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snackerston:

This is like four months late but no minute like the last right okay well whatever bye

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Q
Yes. Hello. Is it true that you are slowly transforming into Sindri by eating pizza at least two times a week?
Anonymous
A

chessieblack:

I am waiting for the Sindri transformation to be complete. It is nearly there.


such-heights:

babiesareyum:

“A member of the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition plays the bagpipe for an indifferent penguin, 1904.”

#the greatest caption in the history of the world

such-heights:

babiesareyum:

“A member of the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition plays the bagpipe for an indifferent penguin, 1904.”

#the greatest caption in the history of the world

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sifinia:

castalischiaro:

tcmcgee:

I’ve posted it once and I’ll post it again. 

It should be a rule of Halloween that you must honor this man in some way or another.

I think I laughed too hard, everyone in my class is staring at me omg

sifinia:

castalischiaro:

tcmcgee:

I’ve posted it once and I’ll post it again. 

It should be a rule of Halloween that you must honor this man in some way or another.

I think I laughed too hard, everyone in my class is staring at me omg

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minimumsymmetry:

#woodcut #skull step two. #printmaking #artstudent #opencollegeofthearts

minimumsymmetry:

#woodcut #skull step two. #printmaking #artstudent #opencollegeofthearts


huffingtonpost:

This Man With Severe Cerebral Palsy Created Mind-Blowing Art Using Just A Typewriter

Last year, 22-time Emmy award-winning reporter John Stofflet posted this news video he created for KING-TV in 2004, featuring Paul Smith and his artistic talents.

See the full video to see more of Smith’s artworks and to learn more about his inspiring story go here. 

Whoa.

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insertcoolpunhere:

So I was looking up Norse names and

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putthison:

Appropriation v. Appreciation: An Illustrated Style Guide
I really enjoyed reading Interrupt Magazine’s take on the difference between appropriating the aesthetic elements of other people’s cultures and appreciating them. It’s targeted at women (who tend to be a bit more aesthetically adventurous, after all) but it all applies to men, as well.
So: if you’ve ever wondered if an Indian blanket-inspired coat is something a white dude should wear, this is a good place to start.
(illustration by Mohammed Fayaz)

putthison:

Appropriation v. Appreciation: An Illustrated Style Guide

I really enjoyed reading Interrupt Magazine’s take on the difference between appropriating the aesthetic elements of other people’s cultures and appreciating them. It’s targeted at women (who tend to be a bit more aesthetically adventurous, after all) but it all applies to men, as well.

So: if you’ve ever wondered if an Indian blanket-inspired coat is something a white dude should wear, this is a good place to start.

(illustration by Mohammed Fayaz)


Ever hear the term “SJW”? It means “social justice warrior,” and it refers specifically to people who point out racism or sexism in movies, video games, and other pop culture. Those people are considered worse than other types of critics because instead of just pointing out that a movie has flaws, they’re accusing people who like it of being awful.

Except they’re not, of course. If someone points out that the alternator belt in your car is slipping, they’re not accusing you of being some kind of mustache-twirling, white cat-stroking supervillain for having car problems. They’re not accusing you of anything. They’re talking about your fucking car.

J. F. Sargent, “5 Human Flaws That Prevent Progress and Keep Us Dumb" (Cracked.com)

I don’t know what’s been happening over at Cracked lately, but damn.

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