goldfishhavenomemory:

graphite
flute

goldfishhavenomemory:

graphite

flute

vespertinavi:

My favorite Stephen Gammell illustrations from ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’.

jopcafe:

tiger03lily:

wrapyourlipsaroundmyname:

badgalfaashion:

brainy-beauty:

inmytwistedfairytale:

HE HANDED THAT SHIT TO HIMMMMM

Farrakhan does not fear man. Amen.

DANM!!

I think this make the 10th time ive reblogged this 

amazing

The truth has to hit hard

Reblogged from Amour

pixalry:

Middle Earth Travel Posters - Created by The Green Dragon Inn

Prints are available for sale on Etsy.

Reblogged from Ruff

alexandrabeththegreat:

mjcabooseman:

autumn-prose:

nathaniel-the-angel:

leijonnaire:

guys we watched this in science class today

just watch it you won’t regret it

OMFG THAT WENT SO MANY PLACES THAT I NEVER COULD HAVE IMAGINED

CAN NO LONGER GO WITHIN 100 CENTIMETERS.

This is a classic

Popped a cap

Reblogged from ree-anne-nun

ohfangirlplease:

howprolifeofyou:

smitethepatriarchy:

therothwoman:

blairellis:

this never gets old

I met the creator of this a month ago and he said he got a lot of hate mail from dudebros who thought that he was a woman complaining about these problems.

Gold.

Bolding mine.

The animator that made this is a really cool guy! His tumblr is here if anyone’s interested.

J


Giant Portrait Shows Drone Operators That People Aren’t “Bug Splats”
From where a drone operator’s sitting, one blurry blob of pixels looks almost exactly like the next blurry blob of pixels, which is how the term “bug splat” worked its way into modern military slang as a way of referring to a kill. Now, though, a giant art installation in Pakistan wants to show drone operators that its people are anything but anonymous white blobs—and that that “bug splat” belongs to an actual human being.

Giant Portrait Shows Drone Operators That People Aren’t “Bug Splats”

From where a drone operator’s sitting, one blurry blob of pixels looks almost exactly like the next blurry blob of pixels, which is how the term “bug splat” worked its way into modern military slang as a way of referring to a kill. Now, though, a giant art installation in Pakistan wants to show drone operators that its people are anything but anonymous white blobs—and that that “bug splat” belongs to an actual human being.

slimskulls:

So weird!!

slimskulls:

So weird!!

Reblogged from A Work In Progress

nickdrake:

James and the Giant Peach.

threadsinthistapestry:

On my way to Tim Burton’s house

threadsinthistapestry:

On my way to Tim Burton’s house

Reblogged from uneven, unsteady

rosyemily:

me when someone tries to flirt with me