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asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren

Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.

rubesdragon:

riderphanomhive:

memeguy-com:

There is no good and evil there is only power

I swear to god I tried to scroll.

the caption is what did it for me

rubesdragon:

riderphanomhive:

memeguy-com:

There is no good and evil there is only power

I swear to god I tried to scroll.

the caption is what did it for me

shadesofmauve:

daftpunkforcutie:

what the fuck this turtle has like no games on it

As much as I like both video games AND being outdoors, I have to think that the turtle probably really wishes the damn humans were still playing video games.
"PUT ME DOWN. Don’t you kids have Mario or something?!"

shadesofmauve:

daftpunkforcutie:

what the fuck this turtle has like no games on it

As much as I like both video games AND being outdoors, I have to think that the turtle probably really wishes the damn humans were still playing video games.

"PUT ME DOWN. Don’t you kids have Mario or something?!"

nokkasili:

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nokkasili:

157

I am never binging on internet again, and am closing my laptop and going downstairs to eat breakfast at 2PM like a responsible adult

part of that is almost definitely a lie

infernobot:

thosecomics:

Summary of my allergy

@Dentedyeti

REBLOGGED SO HARD

Pretending to be ghosts

plunderpuss:

photo: some graves at the edge of the cemetery

The other night, Briar and i took a trip to Bayview Cemetery. She was respectful and did not pee on any graves; i was respectful and didn’t climb on them, not even the really cool tall ones with good handholds.

photo: me and my pit bull briar posing under a streetlamp

I actually feel a little guilty for going in when it’s closed, but we all evaluate rules and decide which ones we’re willing to break.  I’ll break the rules because for me, the cemetery during the day isn’t a pleasant experience, but i still think i should get to visit it just like anyone else.

photo: moon behind clouds over top of building
It’s worth inconveniencing a rent-a-cop because while I’m walking on top of thousands of sleeping skeletons, i can feel my own skeleton inside my skin. I feel like my flesh is made of concepts, like everyone’s is, something insubstantial and alien in silent moonlight. I don’t feel that way at any other time, in any other place.

photo: moon behind clouds and streetlamps below
We were lucky enough to visit under a werewolf-movie sky–the clouds would cover the moon and it would be dark, and then suddenly, it would pour silver moonlight on everything for awhile before dimming with clouds again. My camera isn’t great, as i’m sure i’ve mentioned, but it took some interesting photos of our walk.

photo: Whatcom Creek in one of the less touristy stretches of the path

I always think i’m going to find a body in Whatcom Creek. I don’t know why–the expectation hovers even when i didn’t just spend over two hours walking amongst fields of the dead. It has the kind of overgrown look that strikes me as a more realistic hiding place for a half-decomposed corpse than the pebbled beaches they always use in crime shows.

(Thanks again Maeg, for driving us up there. I appreciate that you’re willing to put my four-legged flea festival in your Maegenmobile. )



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*griiin* Daaaang, I almost missed this post entirely. I am always happy to facilitate cool adventures, especially when they end up as spooky, introspective pics and prose :D

Also I totally need to take more night walks.

sixpenceee:

fluxmachine:

itscolossal:

Artist Kevin Weir Creates Ghostly Animated GIFs Using Archival Photos from the Library of Congress [Sponsor]

I was featured on colossal today, very exciting.

Woah this is amazing. 

   daaaaaaang that’s cool.

chibiyeti:

So in an effort to do more collaboration-y things, I’ve been making tiny pixel-style fanart, and chibi has been stitching them. My love of magical girls might be showing a little.
They are hella cute so far, which I can say without too much conceit since the translation to thread and fabric is what really makes them awesome, and that process is a magical mystery to me.
Any requests?

-Yeti

gardenprophet and I are still making nerdy shit. It’s fun.

lilibombe:

ledub:

Sollux Captor

Bf’s rendition of Sollux


awesome. I love seeing fanart in unique styles.

lilibombe:

ledub:

Sollux Captor

Bf’s rendition of Sollux

awesome. I love seeing fanart in unique styles.