This is Tomcat by vk
This is Tomcat by vk
this is so fucking useful wHY IS IT NOT GOING FULL BLAS EVERY WHERE JESUS CHIRST
Pretty simple idea when you think about it. Fantastic!
Here’s the page to it: if you want to donate, for every $295 that’s raised, one gets sent out to someone who needs it!
Did I ever tell you guys how much I love Avatar Kyoshi?
Just look at those moves.
Death once had a near Kyoshi experience.
Death looks under the bed every night to make sure Kyoshi isn’t hiding beneath it.
The only time Kyoshi made a mistake was when she thought she made a mistake.
luv it when U call me big pasta
Bisexual dogs are ruining this country thanks Obama.
This is the most adorably Canadian thing I have ever seen. Aside from latefines, that is.
these two are adorable lmao
technology is so amazing. anyone at anytime can share what makes the world around them beautiful
THE MAN IS SO ADORABLE AND SO IS THE WOMAN I CANT GET OVER THEM OMFG
So our Western Australian premier, Colin Barnett has passed a bill to cull sharks off our coastline.
He is now proposing to set up shark baits 1km off popular beaches in an attempt to murder more beautiful beasts of the ocean, including the endangered Great White Shark.
Thousands of locals and aussies have protested, campaigned, signed petitions, wrote letters but we aren’t receiving a response.
Please help this issue receive the publicity it deserves.
Today in unnecessarily gendered products.
Jee Young Lee | Gallery
The south korean artist Jee Young Lee transforms her studio in to dream-like worlds. She is certainly is an artists that knows how to transport the viewer into a different world, making each piece quite magical.
Valerie Hegarty (USA)
Valerie Hegarty’s installations create dream-like transitional spaces and objects that expand and fracture the austerity of an exhibition space while dismantling the constructs of image- and object-making. Informed by the current turbulent state of our country while also excavating from America’s past, Hegarty’s work often turns the gallery into a dramatic place of change. Working with fragile materials such as foamcore, paper, paint and glue, she exploits a scrupulous mimicry of objects only to demolish them by devices often associated with their historical significance. On one level the viewer can become overwhelmed with an inquisitive desire to determine what is real and what is constructed and on another, can decide to revel in the make-believe. Hegarty’s ruins suggest a path of destruction and chaos that can be traced from early colonialism to the most recent effects of globalization. Her work portrays a pivotal moment in our narrative – one that is full of pathos yet buoyed by the hope that comes with change. (source: Fountainhead Residency) Our sincere thanks to arpeggia for this Curator’s Monday.
cute ba by mose
YELLS INTO A PILLOW