for pirate bay ships
for NSW art gallery worthy sculptures
for Powerhouse Museum worthy chocolate sculptures
for medical procedures!!
for FLEXIBLE SOLAR PANELS
the future is here.
(Source: forbidden-massacre, via nerdonastick)
And I would hide my face in you and you would hide your face in me, and nobody would ever see us any more. — Franz Kafka (via losed)
(Source: 13neighbors, via losed)
I watched Sarah Polley’s film Take This Waltz with Addie and Angela a while ago. I know it’s not everyone’s cup of tea but at that time, it just struck all my chords, especially this quote from Sarah Silverman’s character.
These are beautiful! They look much healthier than my mini me micro planty things that went through a battering when I put them next to an open window on a windy day
(Source: 92x, via notsunami)
getting obsessed with Say The Same Thing and Grand Designs during a massive assessment bloc was a very bad bad bad idea
A person of color may have race prejudice, but until most of Congress, state, provincial, and local governments, the Pentagon, the FBI, CIA, all major industries, the Stock Exchange, Fortune 500 members, the educational system, health care system, the International Monetary Fund, the armed forces, and the police force are all operated and controlled by people of color and their cultural values, we do not have the kind of power that it takes to be racist toward anyone. Similarly, ‘reverse racism,’ within the context of present society, is a contradiction in terms. —
Amoja Three Rivers
I stumbled across this in the comments section of this fantastic article, ‘Why Reverse Racism isn’t Real’
Possibly the coolest animal out, the Muriqui, otherwise known as the woolly spider monkey, is “an unusually peaceful primate: Instead of fighting over females, the male wooly spider monkeys patiently wait to mate, allowing females to choose partners without the violence other female primates risk.” The males also spend heaps of time with each other without getting antsy and aggressive over feeling the need to prove who is alpha. Annnd they are also polygamous. How cool.
It can be spotted in Brazil, nodding along to the Return of the Space Cowboy. Sadly it is also pretty endangered. (via Take Part)
Chinese farmer Yang Chuanye makes a charcoal portrait of Chairman Mao Zedong, in Jishan county, Shanxi province. Yang, 62, started making charcoal paintings when he was 20. Apart from painting portraits of former and current Chinese leaders, Yang also paints portraits of deceased people from his county.
(via Guardian, Photograph: REUTERS)