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it’s officially illegal to kill off female characters just to generate manpain and motivate the hero sorry i don’t make the rules

1 hour ago on April 23rd, 2014 | J | 27,174 notes




The Car Series - Created by Nicolas Bannister

Check out more cars in his series on Facebook or Tumblr!

So much awesome

There’s no Mystery Machine!!

1 hour ago on April 23rd, 2014 | J | 13,546 notes

#joffrey being a seemingly good guy out of context

1 hour ago on April 23rd, 2014 | J | 69,283 notes
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Mika Aoki  ’ Singing Glass ‘

Japanese artist Mika Aoki embraces the dichotomous nature of glass’s solidity yet fragility. She says of the translucent material: “Unless light shines on it, we can’t confirm the existence of it because it is transparent. But once the light shines on it, glass truly emanates a special presence.” In her series of works titled Singing Glass, the artist presents glass morphed into amoebic and otherworldly forms that leaves the viewer mesmerized. In any other medium, the pieces would lose their intrigue.

Looking through the sculptor’s portfolio, there is a surreal mix of science gone awry and fairy tale-like icy enchantment. In a number of her works, there are glass creatures and abstract figures encased within glass containers, like lab experiments. Because of the dual layers of clear elements, some of the structures within actually look like more like water bubbles. The other pieces that are not trapped within clear encasements, they echo the luminosity and sharp crystallization of ice.


Selected by Andrew

1 hour ago on April 23rd, 2014 | J | 2,197 notes
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what i love about mythbusters is that once they bust a myth they manipulate their variables until something finally explodes bc we all know why you’re really watching this show

1 hour ago on April 23rd, 2014 | J | 54,556 notes


"mom, I’m hungry" "make yourself something"


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If you command me to do something that I was already planning on doing the chances of me doing that thing automatically drop to zero

11 hours ago on April 23rd, 2014 | J | 521,761 notes


‘12 SHOES for 12 LOVERS‘

by Chilean-born, New York-based designer Sebastian Errazuriz.

The pieces reflects on the recollection of the artist’s personal and sexual relationships with former lovers, each of whom became the influence for a series of shoe sculptures. 
Each day, Errazuriz released one image of a new heeled design, completed by an accompanying photo of the footwear’s muse and a small, often explicit story about the duo’s escapades together.

’12 shoes for 12 shoes’ will exhibit at the pop-up shop of Brazilian shoe brand Melissa from December 6th, 2013 to January 6th, 2014 for Art Basel Miami Beach 2013.

11 hours ago on April 23rd, 2014 | J | 160,965 notes
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offensive things to call people when they’re mean to you:

  • crispy nipple
  • the white stringy things in bananas
  • tangled umbilical cord
  • nash grier
  • iceberg lettuce: world’s blandest green
  • watery afro
  • fountain water at school that never tastes right
  • voldemort’s breathing holes
  • ヽ༼ຈل͜ຈ༽ノ
11 hours ago on April 23rd, 2014 | J | 48,376 notes


You know what?

I don’t care if being a lesbian isn’t natural.

Its 2014. Oreos don’t have a single natural ingredient in them that isn’t distilled out of recognition. People get their vegetables from cans. They have made cruelty-free, lab-grown BACON. People fly around in big, metal machines.


Not natural. Is not bad.

Your rhetoric is no longer a valid excuse for hate.

11 hours ago on April 23rd, 2014 | J | 221,581 notes



Houses of the Holy

Holy shit

11 hours ago on April 23rd, 2014 | J | 6,025 notes