theartofanimation:

Ner-Tamin

lolfactory:

Surprise Motherfucker!
☆ hilarious pics
☆ funniest reblogs from our dash

lolfactory:

Surprise Motherfucker!

☆ hilarious pics


☆ funniest reblogs from our dash

likeafieldmouse:

Friederike von Rauch - In Secret

 ”But it’s not out of lust, it’s not out of any obvious reasons or typical reasons. It’s out of just absolute overwhelming respect for one another. Out of that respect comes an emotional response, where you transcend, sort of, logic and thinking and it becomes more visceral and human. The only place for him to go in my mind, to express the next thought is to kiss her.”

starbucklovesspooky:

Let’s be real these were Scully’s thoughts

itscolossal:

A Collision of Cultures and Mediums in Paul Louise-Julie’s Sculptures and 3D Paintings

likeafieldmouse:

Greg Kahn - 3 Millimeters (2014)

Artist’s statement:

"Human nature, or perhaps American nature, prevents us from dwelling too long on events that are unsettling. A dramatic natural disaster will capture our attention, inspire us to action, and then recede to the background of our lives. On Maryland’s Eastern Shore, the natural disaster is a long, drawn-out event — a rising sea level occurring at the rate of three millimeters per year — slow enough to ignore, but dramatic enough to overtake the town in 50 years. It’s not the swift impact of a storm, but a slow drowning of a culture.

Maryland’s Eastern Shore is a tiny apocalypse unfolding in plain sight, but even its own residents want to deny its inevitability. Generations of watermen created a tight-knit community with its own cultural ecosystem, and they do not want to see it washed away. These photographs depict the last breaths of a community as they are forced to adapt to the smallest but most devastating tidal wave.”

itscolossal:

New cut paper light sculptures by Hari & Deepti. So much more to see, go here now!

theartofanimation:

Lorena Alvarez