typette:

englishwolverine:

mshpiece:

theminorityking:

frostbitch:

shoggothtan:

i made a cute transparent ghostie to drag around your dash :)

oH MY FUCKING GOD

ABORT MISSION. ABORT MISSION

aw it’s so c-JESUS CHRIST

FACK YOU.I AINT HAVIN THAT SHIT

aww what a cute little ghost, I t-HOLY SHIT

typette:

englishwolverine:

mshpiece:

theminorityking:

frostbitch:

shoggothtan:

i made a cute transparent ghostie to drag around your dash :)

oH MY FUCKING GOD

ABORT MISSION. ABORT MISSION

aw it’s so c-JESUS CHRIST

FACK YOU.

I AINT HAVIN THAT SHIT

aww what a cute little ghost, I t-HOLY SHIT

fer1972:

‘Your Lost Outside’: Installation by Olafur Eliasson
fer1972:

‘Your Lost Outside’: Installation by Olafur Eliasson
fer1972:

‘Your Lost Outside’: Installation by Olafur Eliasson
fer1972:

‘Your Lost Outside’: Installation by Olafur Eliasson
fer1972:

‘Your Lost Outside’: Installation by Olafur Eliasson
timoni:

Entrepreneur BJ Cunningham invested his life savings to create and market an additive-free smoking product called Death. He founded the Enlightened Tobacco Company in 1991. DIts product disclosed its hazardous nature by prominently displaying skull and crossbones on its outer package and came in two varieties; Death, and Death Lights. (Wikipedia.)

timoni:

Entrepreneur BJ Cunningham invested his life savings to create and market an additive-free smoking product called Death. He founded the Enlightened Tobacco Company in 1991. DIts product disclosed its hazardous nature by prominently displaying skull and crossbones on its outer package and came in two varieties; Death, and Death Lights. (Wikipedia.)

nevver:

“Nothing is so painful to the human mind as a great and sudden change.”
― Mary Shelley, Frankenstein   (cover, Maciej Ratajski)

(via tumbloling)


We’ve now passed seven billion on this planet. When I was born, it was a little over two. Food prices rising, oil’s ending. When our resources end in twenty years, given everything that we know of our species, do you really think we’re going to just share?

We’ve now passed seven billion on this planet. When I was born, it was a little over two. Food prices rising, oil’s ending. When our resources end in twenty years, given everything that we know of our species, do you really think we’re going to just share?

We’ve now passed seven billion on this planet. When I was born, it was a little over two. Food prices rising, oil’s ending. When our resources end in twenty years, given everything that we know of our species, do you really think we’re going to just share?

(via c4utopia)

underthesymmetree:

Phi - The Golden Ratio presents itself everywhere in life, from basic geometry & crystal formations, to plants, planetary ratios and galactic formations. It is the most efficient ratio under near-perfect systems.
Read the Book    |    Follow

underthesymmetree:

Phi - The Golden Ratio presents itself everywhere in life, from basic geometry & crystal formations, to plants, planetary ratios and galactic formations. It is the most efficient ratio under near-perfect systems.

Read the Book    |    Follow

(via black-rectangles)

dy1anobrien:

i don’t know why everyone makes the grim reaper out to be a bad guy i mean he’s just taking to you to the afterlife it’s not like he killed you it’s actually quite nice of him to walk you there imagine if you had to go alone

(via mydrunkkitchen)

for-science-sake:
Mossy Leaf-Tailed Gecko
Grey Tree Frog 
Grey Cicada 
Casque head Chameleon 
Lichen Spider
Underwing Moth
Peppered Moth
Owl Fly Larva
Eastern Screech Owl 
for-science-sake:
Mossy Leaf-Tailed Gecko
Grey Tree Frog 
Grey Cicada 
Casque head Chameleon 
Lichen Spider
Underwing Moth
Peppered Moth
Owl Fly Larva
Eastern Screech Owl 
for-science-sake:
Mossy Leaf-Tailed Gecko
Grey Tree Frog 
Grey Cicada 
Casque head Chameleon 
Lichen Spider
Underwing Moth
Peppered Moth
Owl Fly Larva
Eastern Screech Owl 
for-science-sake:
Mossy Leaf-Tailed Gecko
Grey Tree Frog 
Grey Cicada 
Casque head Chameleon 
Lichen Spider
Underwing Moth
Peppered Moth
Owl Fly Larva
Eastern Screech Owl 
for-science-sake:
Mossy Leaf-Tailed Gecko
Grey Tree Frog 
Grey Cicada 
Casque head Chameleon 
Lichen Spider
Underwing Moth
Peppered Moth
Owl Fly Larva
Eastern Screech Owl 
for-science-sake:
Mossy Leaf-Tailed Gecko
Grey Tree Frog 
Grey Cicada 
Casque head Chameleon 
Lichen Spider
Underwing Moth
Peppered Moth
Owl Fly Larva
Eastern Screech Owl 
for-science-sake:
Mossy Leaf-Tailed Gecko
Grey Tree Frog 
Grey Cicada 
Casque head Chameleon 
Lichen Spider
Underwing Moth
Peppered Moth
Owl Fly Larva
Eastern Screech Owl 
for-science-sake:
Mossy Leaf-Tailed Gecko
Grey Tree Frog 
Grey Cicada 
Casque head Chameleon 
Lichen Spider
Underwing Moth
Peppered Moth
Owl Fly Larva
Eastern Screech Owl 
for-science-sake:
Mossy Leaf-Tailed Gecko
Grey Tree Frog 
Grey Cicada 
Casque head Chameleon 
Lichen Spider
Underwing Moth
Peppered Moth
Owl Fly Larva
Eastern Screech Owl 
for-science-sake:
Mossy Leaf-Tailed Gecko
Grey Tree Frog 
Grey Cicada 
Casque head Chameleon 
Lichen Spider
Underwing Moth
Peppered Moth
Owl Fly Larva
Eastern Screech Owl 

for-science-sake:

  1. Mossy Leaf-Tailed Gecko
  2. Grey Tree Frog 
  3. Grey Cicada 
  4. Casque head Chameleon 
  5. Lichen Spider
  6. Underwing Moth
  7. Peppered Moth
  8. Owl Fly Larva
  9. Eastern Screech Owl 

(via erius-atelier)

7knotwind:

the next time you are engaged in a discussion of critical theory, heavy intellectual or philosophical content— try putting a few of these hand gestures to use…
1. The Dialectic. ‘This is a dialectic and I’m going to explain it.’
Grip imaginary six centimeter object between thumb and forefinger. Rotate wrist ninety degrees, snapping into end position. Smoothly rotate back to start. Repeat up to three times depending on conviction.
Use when expressing a shift from one thing to another. Highly infectious.
2. The Tiny Dialectic. ‘I’m making a very fine distinction’
Follow directions for ‘The Dialectic’ but with thumb and forefinger one centimeter apart. Bring hand toward eyes for closer inspection.
Use when unpacking specific detail, or when too self-conscious to use ‘The Dialectic’ gesture.
3. The Critical Whirl. ‘I’ve read too much Marx and I can’t get my words out’
Circle hand clockwise in a small but rapid motion towards the audience.
Accelerate and repeat until idea unpacked.
The Glossary of Gestures for Critical DiscussionAs Observed (in use by their professors, throughout the process of earning their MFA from Goldsmiths) By Jasmine Johnson  & Alice May Williams 
7knotwind:

the next time you are engaged in a discussion of critical theory, heavy intellectual or philosophical content— try putting a few of these hand gestures to use…
1. The Dialectic. ‘This is a dialectic and I’m going to explain it.’
Grip imaginary six centimeter object between thumb and forefinger. Rotate wrist ninety degrees, snapping into end position. Smoothly rotate back to start. Repeat up to three times depending on conviction.
Use when expressing a shift from one thing to another. Highly infectious.
2. The Tiny Dialectic. ‘I’m making a very fine distinction’
Follow directions for ‘The Dialectic’ but with thumb and forefinger one centimeter apart. Bring hand toward eyes for closer inspection.
Use when unpacking specific detail, or when too self-conscious to use ‘The Dialectic’ gesture.
3. The Critical Whirl. ‘I’ve read too much Marx and I can’t get my words out’
Circle hand clockwise in a small but rapid motion towards the audience.
Accelerate and repeat until idea unpacked.
The Glossary of Gestures for Critical DiscussionAs Observed (in use by their professors, throughout the process of earning their MFA from Goldsmiths) By Jasmine Johnson  & Alice May Williams 
7knotwind:

the next time you are engaged in a discussion of critical theory, heavy intellectual or philosophical content— try putting a few of these hand gestures to use…
1. The Dialectic. ‘This is a dialectic and I’m going to explain it.’
Grip imaginary six centimeter object between thumb and forefinger. Rotate wrist ninety degrees, snapping into end position. Smoothly rotate back to start. Repeat up to three times depending on conviction.
Use when expressing a shift from one thing to another. Highly infectious.
2. The Tiny Dialectic. ‘I’m making a very fine distinction’
Follow directions for ‘The Dialectic’ but with thumb and forefinger one centimeter apart. Bring hand toward eyes for closer inspection.
Use when unpacking specific detail, or when too self-conscious to use ‘The Dialectic’ gesture.
3. The Critical Whirl. ‘I’ve read too much Marx and I can’t get my words out’
Circle hand clockwise in a small but rapid motion towards the audience.
Accelerate and repeat until idea unpacked.
The Glossary of Gestures for Critical DiscussionAs Observed (in use by their professors, throughout the process of earning their MFA from Goldsmiths) By Jasmine Johnson  & Alice May Williams 

7knotwind:

the next time you are engaged in a discussion of critical theory, heavy intellectual or philosophical content— try putting a few of these hand gestures to use…


1. The Dialectic. ‘This is a dialectic and I’m going to explain it.’

Grip imaginary six centimeter object between thumb and forefinger. Rotate wrist ninety degrees, snapping into end position. Smoothly rotate back to start. Repeat up to three times depending on conviction.

Use when expressing a shift from one thing to another. Highly infectious.

2. The Tiny Dialectic. ‘I’m making a very fine distinction’

Follow directions for ‘The Dialectic’ but with thumb and forefinger one centimeter apart. Bring hand toward eyes for closer inspection.

Use when unpacking specific detail, or when too self-conscious to use ‘The Dialectic’ gesture.

3. The Critical Whirl. ‘I’ve read too much Marx and I can’t get my words out’

Circle hand clockwise in a small but rapid motion towards the audience.

Accelerate and repeat until idea unpacked.


The Glossary of Gestures for Critical Discussion
As Observed (in use by their professors, throughout the process of earning their MFA from Goldsmiths) By Jasmine Johnson  & Alice May Williams