Photo 30 Sep 1,945 notes jamesjeanart:

The Endz (Mangchi Hammer). Ink and Digital, 9 x 12”, 2014.

jamesjeanart:

The Endz (Mangchi Hammer). Ink and Digital, 9 x 12”, 2014.

Video 30 Sep 910 notes

(Source: spacecadet)

#damn the man #save the empire
Photo 29 Sep 145 notes carinebrancowitz:

"Antinoupolis"
2014
Pens on paper / 120X80 cm

carinebrancowitz:

"Antinoupolis"

2014

Pens on paper / 120X80 cm

Audio 29 Sep 354 notes

radiomebitch:

Come On Petunia | The Blow

Played 3,647 times. via Radio Me, Bitch.
#this gets stuck in my head for days on end
Video 29 Sep 408 notes

fer1972:

Today’s Classic: Venus and Tannhäuser

1. By Otto Knille (1873)

2. By John Collier (1901)

3. By Jacques Clément Wagrez (c 1870)

4. By Aubrey Beardsley (1880)

5. By Laurence Koe (1896)

Photo 29 Sep 14,253 notes

(Source: 666slf)

Photo 28 Sep 952 notes pixography:

agnes-cecile ~ “Coming True”

pixography:

agnes-cecile ~ “Coming True”

Photo 28 Sep 1 note devindra:


“Science Vs. Witchcraft”, a band from Rochester, NY is releasing an EP soon. They cleverly used 5.25” Floppy diskettes, took out the magnetic disk and replaced it with their CD. (who knew the two are practically the exact same size?) They also went one step further and made a custom sleeves & label causing it resemble an old 1980’s PC game complete with ACSII art and Pixelized Images. (via AZLTRON: Science VS Witchcraft)

devindra:

“Science Vs. Witchcraft”, a band from Rochester, NY is releasing an EP soon. They cleverly used 5.25” Floppy diskettes, took out the magnetic disk and replaced it with their CD. (who knew the two are practically the exact same size?) They also went one step further and made a custom sleeves & label causing it resemble an old 1980’s PC game complete with ACSII art and Pixelized Images. (via AZLTRON: Science VS Witchcraft)
#also has an old school adventure game on it #want
Link 28 Sep 15 notes Winterfylleþ.»

auziwandilaz:

An Anglo-Saxon compound word that was recorded by Bede as the name for October. The second element fylleþ is thought to mean ’full moon’, for the first full moon of October was marked as the beginning of winter.

”The old English people split the year into two seasons,…

(Source: bosworth.ff.cuni.cz)

Audio 27 Sep 127 notes

jarsmito:

Bonde do Rolê- Marina Gasolina

I dance like a skanky hoochie to this song.

Played 1,711 times. via The Problems of Jarrido Smijeto.
#So Bonde Do Role blends brazilian funk with electropop and on one track they are ranting about how metal is great and punk sucks #and i'd post it but it's not as good as this one and also i love punk #but the amount of genre fusion right there makes me so happy
Photo 27 Sep 144 notes miss-catastrofes-naturales:

Salvador Dalí
Les diners de Gala (1973) +

miss-catastrofes-naturales:

Salvador Dalí

Les diners de Gala (1973) +

Photo 26 Sep 1,017 notes
Video 26 Sep 110,506 notes

sixpenceee:

A graduate student has created the first man-made biological leaf. It absorbs water and carbon dioxide to produce oxygen just like a plant. He did this by suspending chloroplasts in a mixture made out of silk protein. He believed it can be used for many things but the most striking one is the thought that it could be used for long distance space travel. Plants do not grow in space, but this synthetic material can be used to produce oxygen in a hostile environment. (Video)

Video 26 Sep 38 notes

peabodywunderkammer:

The Baltimore Book Festival starts today and runs through Sunday, September 28! Alas, due to renovation work on the Washington Monument, the Book Festival will be held at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. The Johns Hopkins University Press and the George Peabody Library will be a hosting a variety of events, including the ever-popular JHUP book sale, in the Visitor Center.  Browse our schedule!

(Photos taken at last year’s Book Festival by our wonderful photography intern Eric Chen!)

#gross the inner harbor. #oh well still fun
Quote 25 Sep 338 notes
To translate it from Canadian into American terms, it is as if someone had found, in a single moment, the hull of the Titanic, the solution to the mystery of the lost colony at Roanoke, the original flag of ‘The Star-Spangled Banner,’ and the menu for the Donner Party’s last meal.
— Adam Gopnik on the finding of the Franklin ship. (via newyorker)s i am
#guys i am excited! #also the deaths of the franklin expedition is touted as a mystery #but at this point it's more like what didn't kill them?

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