iheartmyart:

Aron Wiesenfeld, Tenant, oil on panel, 46 x 38 in / 117 x 97 cm, 2013, image posted with permission of the artist.
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iheartmyart:

Aron Wiesenfeld, Tenant, oil on panel, 46 x 38 in / 117 x 97 cm, 2013, image posted with permission of the artist.

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How to be a Civilian

ghostsandonionskins:

Wait like a chauffeur
Run like a fire
caught your childhood and chased you
to adult desires

Spend like the dying
Consume like a plague
Dance down the hallways and
murder the vague

Love like a car wreck
Drink like rug
Scrub like mad to remove
all the wine stains and blood

Read like a prisoner
Ask like a child
Pretend every day
that you’re other than wild

sosuperawesome:

Cate Parr on Etsy

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pulpofiction:

Life hack: if someone makes a racist/sexist joke, say, with total seriousness, “I don’t get it, can you explain it”

Then watch them crash and burn

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eatsleepdraw:

2003-110614 (persephone)  by menteurmenteur

eatsleepdraw:

2003-110614 (persephone)  by menteurmenteur

neil-gaiman:

jedavu:

THE DARK SIDE OF DREAMS 

In the late 1960’s, photographer Arthur Tress began a series of photographs that were inspired by the dreams of children. Tress had each child he approached tell him about a prominent dream of theirs which Tress would then artistically re-create and photograph with the child as the main subject. 

Haunting…

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theparisreview:

Behold: the first written use of fuck, from 1528, inscribed by a monk who seems to have been pretty pissed off with an abbot.
For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.

theparisreview:

Behold: the first written use of fuckfrom 1528, inscribed by a monk who seems to have been pretty pissed off with an abbot.

For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.

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fletchingarrows:

phantomsofa:

Castle Island, Roscommon, Ireland

dream home, no one else is allowed

fletchingarrows:

phantomsofa:

Castle Island, Roscommon, Ireland

dream home, no one else is allowed

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snowce:

Winslow Homer, Cannon Rock, 1895

snowce:

Winslow Homer, Cannon Rock, 1895

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lostateminor:

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The world’s most advanced expedition vehicle can scale 45-degree slopes and deploy its own drones

Back in the day, families travelled in four-door vans, sometimes, if they were lucky, they got to stay in caravans. But over the years, the RV has had huge popularity. But the KiraVan is so huge, it eats family RVs for breakfast! This is the world’s most advanced expedition vehicle which was created by a team of engineers, scientists and artists.
It can store three weeks’ worth of food and water onboard for three people, scale 45-degree slopes, desalinate salt water, and even deploy its own drones. The toilet onboard the KiraVan actually turns waste into a non-toxic sterile powder, too.
The KiraVan also has a 643-litre bio-diesel fuel supply to provide up to 2,000 miles of driving range. Imagine not having to stop for petrol for days at a time!

lostateminor:

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The world’s most advanced expedition vehicle can scale 45-degree slopes and deploy its own drones

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Back in the day, families travelled in four-door vans, sometimes, if they were lucky, they got to stay in caravans. But over the years, the RV has had huge popularity. But the KiraVan is so huge, it eats family RVs for breakfast! This is the world’s most advanced expedition vehicle which was created by a team of engineers, scientists and artists.

It can store three weeks’ worth of food and water onboard for three people, scale 45-degree slopes, desalinate salt water, and even deploy its own drones. The toilet onboard the KiraVan actually turns waste into a non-toxic sterile powder, too.

The KiraVan also has a 643-litre bio-diesel fuel supply to provide up to 2,000 miles of driving range. Imagine not having to stop for petrol for days at a time!

gonewiththe-sin:

mydarkenedeyes:

Inspired by underwater life, multidisciplinary artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann has created a breathtaking jellyfish aquarium, titled Underwater Flight located at Portland International Airport.

Continuing her exploration of the way light is reflected on different mediums, she experiments with coloured organza, wool felting fibers and silk to build this magical underwater kingdom.

Photograph credit - The Weaver House.

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