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viria:

you never know when the desire to draw Luna Lovegood is gonna hit you… but it’s useless to fight it.

amiammorette:

actually nvm i found some old wallpaper i used as canvas

lack-lustin:

this was just supposed to be a sketch but then I got carried away….a lot…but anyway I think this is the final design for my take on a Kelpie. I wanted it to be more monster like than they are usually depicted since they are demons that….disembowel children. At least in most cases. There are some nice ones in legends too so I wanna see how far I can take designing maybe like, different forms of them and stuff. As well as HOOMAN forms?? I dunno we’ll see.

neeneegoose:

#free_69min: ghibli! i worked really hard on these puns okay

gingerhaze:

It’s a mystery!

tastefullyoffensive:

How babies are born in Canada. [via]

equine-ess:

tehriz:

even this very young specimen of cat has already mastered the “I totally meant to do that” save.

HOW CAN YOU NOT REBLOG THIS OH MY LIFE

Tagged: #cats #gif

archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders shares the extraordinarily small and intricate creations of Satoshi Araki, an artist based in Tokyo who painstakingly crafts miniature dioramas of towns, vehicles, and particularly cityscapes altered by urban decay and warfare. The level of realism and detail that Araki achieves on a 1/35 scale is astonishing.

"On his blog he explains that his primary tool for visual reference is google image search. Keywords like “Iraq war” and “Iraq ruins” (he warns that these search terms can also turn up some gruesome images) help him create scenes that are immensely life-like, even down to the smallest of details…”

But wait, these complex miniature scenes become even more impressive when you learn that Araki’s primary medium is Styrofoam board, cut down (way, way down) to the desired size and shape and then painted with tremendous care and attention to detail. For a diorama depicting a bombed-out corner in Baghdad, Araki made tiny beer and soda cans with labels written in Arabic. The last step is to glue everything together.

Follow Satoshi Araki’s blog or Twitter feed to check out more of his amazing creations.

[via Spoon & Tamago and RocketNews24]

“Harry then did something that was both very brave and very stupid.”

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (page 176) or as I like to call it: A summary of all seven Harry Potter books summed up in one sentence.  (via scribbledwriting)

Posted 2 days ago With 26,883 notes

Tagged: #harry potter

skelitas:

i’m basically “pro-do whatever you want as long as you’re enjoying yourself and not hurting other people”

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The Princess Bride + Insults

charminglyantiquated:

lady-tyrell:

enjolux:

theplaceinsidetheblizzard:

elgin-marbles:

coleytangerina:

Some graffiti found in Pompeii’s ruins: 

  • Weep, you girls. My penis has given you up. Now it penetrates men’s behinds. Goodbye, wondrous femininity!
  • Restituta, take off your tunic, please, and show us your hairy privates.
  • I screwed the barmaid.
  • Apollinaris, the doctor of the emperor Titus, defecated well here.
  • I screwed a lot of girls here.
  • Sollemnes, you screw well!
  • Theophilus, don’t perform oral sex on girls against the city wall like a dog.

Nice to see nothing has changed.

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There is a website with all of the graffiti

I love this.

I am laughing so hard

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someone basically wrote “secundus is gay” on the wall humankind has not changed at all

that’s both concerning and comforting

knockingghosts:

Crops of my thesis images. I will post the full ones after my thesis defense. Basically representations of my emotions when confronted by these different states of being, and trying to reason with not being as emotionally expressive as my friends and family—especially when it comes to death.

From top to bottom: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance.

Tagged: #art