nevver:

Vanitas

concretefemme:

look at this cop-hating suffragette kitty 

(via typette)

penisparker:

is anything more exhausting than a white man with opinions

(via brxo)

flyingcuttlefish:

Friendly reminder that Discworld is a lot more important than people give it credit.
flyingcuttlefish:

Friendly reminder that Discworld is a lot more important than people give it credit.
flyingcuttlefish:

Friendly reminder that Discworld is a lot more important than people give it credit.
flyingcuttlefish:

Friendly reminder that Discworld is a lot more important than people give it credit.
flyingcuttlefish:

Friendly reminder that Discworld is a lot more important than people give it credit.
flyingcuttlefish:

Friendly reminder that Discworld is a lot more important than people give it credit.
flyingcuttlefish:

Friendly reminder that Discworld is a lot more important than people give it credit.

flyingcuttlefish:

Friendly reminder that Discworld is a lot more important than people give it credit.

(via zakulikesdags)

7knotwind:

Ghost In The Machine
self portrait by Ted Lawson is drawn with a machine using a direct feed of blood from the artist as the ink via: prostheticknowledge (by way of fatma)
7knotwind:

Ghost In The Machine
self portrait by Ted Lawson is drawn with a machine using a direct feed of blood from the artist as the ink via: prostheticknowledge (by way of fatma)
7knotwind:

Ghost In The Machine
self portrait by Ted Lawson is drawn with a machine using a direct feed of blood from the artist as the ink via: prostheticknowledge (by way of fatma)
7knotwind:

Ghost In The Machine
self portrait by Ted Lawson is drawn with a machine using a direct feed of blood from the artist as the ink via: prostheticknowledge (by way of fatma)

7knotwind:

Ghost In The Machine

self portrait by Ted Lawson is drawn with a machine using a direct feed of blood from the artist as the ink 
via: prostheticknowledge (by way of fatma)

oireachtasretort:

Prochoice meetings tomorrow - Wednesday 20/8/2014

Dublin - The Spire at 6pm
Belfast - City Hall at 6pm
Galway - Eyre Square at 6pm
Cork - Courthouse at 6pm
Limerick - Cellar Door at 8pm
Derry - Guildhall at 6pm
Auckland - Irish Consulate at 8am
London - Irish Embassy at 6pm
Berlin - Irish Embassy at 6.30pm

#repealthe8th

typette:

flawlessxqueen:

This is the young man that was walking with Mike Brown

it’s unbelievable how calm and level his voice is, yet how extremely emotional his eyes… his face is. How unimaginably brave. According to his first statement he ran away, suffered a panic attack and vomited. The amount of mortal fear this guy must have is unreal.

Protect this man, he is the only person who I believe holds the truth. His testimony is the most valuable thing in this situation right now, and I am not exaggerating the fact that I fear for his life. If they arrest him, he will mysteriously pass away, I guarantee it. Someone hide him in their fucking basement.

Man, I can’t get over his face. Look at his fucking expression.

beautifultype:

Philosophy, Art & Science ambigram by John Langdon.
Ambigrams are words that can be read equally well from more than one point of view. Most of John Langdon’s ambigrams read the same when turned upside down, or rotated 180 degrees.
More on his website http://www.johnlangdon.net/
beautifultype:

Philosophy, Art & Science ambigram by John Langdon.
Ambigrams are words that can be read equally well from more than one point of view. Most of John Langdon’s ambigrams read the same when turned upside down, or rotated 180 degrees.
More on his website http://www.johnlangdon.net/
beautifultype:

Philosophy, Art & Science ambigram by John Langdon.
Ambigrams are words that can be read equally well from more than one point of view. Most of John Langdon’s ambigrams read the same when turned upside down, or rotated 180 degrees.
More on his website http://www.johnlangdon.net/

beautifultype:

Philosophy, Art & Science ambigram by John Langdon.

Ambigrams are words that can be read equally well from more than one point of view. Most of John Langdon’s ambigrams read the same when turned upside down, or rotated 180 degrees.

More on his website http://www.johnlangdon.net/

petitagite:

Olve Sande

“Nothing uses carbon like a first world human, yet you created one. Why? Why would you do that? He will produce 515 tons of carbon in his lifetime. That’s 40 trucks worth. Having him was the equivalent of nearly six and a half thousand flights to Paris. You could’ve flown 90 times a year, there and back, nearly every week of your life and still not have the same impact on the planet as his birth had.”

“Nothing uses carbon like a first world human, yet you created one. Why? Why would you do that? He will produce 515 tons of carbon in his lifetime. That’s 40 trucks worth. Having him was the equivalent of nearly six and a half thousand flights to Paris. You could’ve flown 90 times a year, there and back, nearly every week of your life and still not have the same impact on the planet as his birth had.”

“Nothing uses carbon like a first world human, yet you created one. Why? Why would you do that? He will produce 515 tons of carbon in his lifetime. That’s 40 trucks worth. Having him was the equivalent of nearly six and a half thousand flights to Paris. You could’ve flown 90 times a year, there and back, nearly every week of your life and still not have the same impact on the planet as his birth had.”

“Nothing uses carbon like a first world human, yet you created one. Why? Why would you do that? He will produce 515 tons of carbon in his lifetime. That’s 40 trucks worth. Having him was the equivalent of nearly six and a half thousand flights to Paris. You could’ve flown 90 times a year, there and back, nearly every week of your life and still not have the same impact on the planet as his birth had.”

“Nothing uses carbon like a first world human, yet you created one. Why? Why would you do that? He will produce 515 tons of carbon in his lifetime. That’s 40 trucks worth. Having him was the equivalent of nearly six and a half thousand flights to Paris. You could’ve flown 90 times a year, there and back, nearly every week of your life and still not have the same impact on the planet as his birth had.”

“Nothing uses carbon like a first world human, yet you created one. Why? Why would you do that? He will produce 515 tons of carbon in his lifetime. That’s 40 trucks worth. Having him was the equivalent of nearly six and a half thousand flights to Paris. You could’ve flown 90 times a year, there and back, nearly every week of your life and still not have the same impact on the planet as his birth had.”

“Nothing uses carbon like a first world human, yet you created one. Why? Why would you do that? He will produce 515 tons of carbon in his lifetime. That’s 40 trucks worth. Having him was the equivalent of nearly six and a half thousand flights to Paris. You could’ve flown 90 times a year, there and back, nearly every week of your life and still not have the same impact on the planet as his birth had.”

“Nothing uses carbon like a first world human, yet you created one. Why? Why would you do that? He will produce 515 tons of carbon in his lifetime. That’s 40 trucks worth. Having him was the equivalent of nearly six and a half thousand flights to Paris. You could’ve flown 90 times a year, there and back, nearly every week of your life and still not have the same impact on the planet as his birth had.”

Nothing uses carbon like a first world human, yet you created one. Why? Why would you do that? He will produce 515 tons of carbon in his lifetime. That’s 40 trucks worth. Having him was the equivalent of nearly six and a half thousand flights to Paris. You could’ve flown 90 times a year, there and back, nearly every week of your life and still not have the same impact on the planet as his birth had.”

(via c4utopia)