30 9 / 2014

30 9 / 2014

toothpastecomics:

Atheist afterlife. From Toothpaste For Dinner.

toothpastecomics:

Atheist afterlife. From Toothpaste For Dinner.

30 9 / 2014

gothiccharmschool:

taraljc:

maudelynn:

The Haunted Dollhouse~ 

via http://www.otterine.com

(I want this so very much) 

I WANT THIS. I WANT A 1:6 SCALE VERSION OF THIS. I DON’T NEED A SPARE ROOM, IT CAN JUST BE THIS INSTEAD.

Yessss. I want this.

I also want a Jilli-sized version of it to live in.

(via sixpenceee)

27 9 / 2014

toothpastecomics:

Not to be a pessimist. From Toothpaste For Dinner.

toothpastecomics:

Not to be a pessimist. From Toothpaste For Dinner.

27 9 / 2014

27 9 / 2014

huffingtonpost:

A Lifetime Of Walking While Female In Just 4 Minutes
"Sidewalk," a short film directed and animated by Celia Bullwinkel, looks at the attention a woman gets on the street as she ages from a young girl into an elderly woman — comments on her cute appearance, catcalls, body-shaming, and finally no reaction at all. 
Watch full video and see her go through her first love, pregnancy and old age here.

huffingtonpost:

A Lifetime Of Walking While Female In Just 4 Minutes

"Sidewalk," a short film directed and animated by Celia Bullwinkel, looks at the attention a woman gets on the street as she ages from a young girl into an elderly woman — comments on her cute appearance, catcalls, body-shaming, and finally no reaction at all. 

Watch full video and see her go through her first love, pregnancy and old age here.

27 9 / 2014

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20 9 / 2014

experimentsinmotion:

Tele-Present Water Simulates a Spot in the Pacific from Halfway Around the World

Artist David Bowen is known for his kinetic sculptures that are driven by real-world data from natural phenomenon. For his work “Tele-Present Water,” first exhibited at the National Museum in Wroclaw, Poland, Bowen pulled real-time wave intensity and frequency data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) buoy station 46246 (49°59’7″ N 145°5’20″ W) located in the remote Shumagin Islands of Alaska. This information was scaled and transferred to a mechanical grid structure, resulting in an uncanny live simulation of the movement of water from halfway around the world. The piece, along with Bowen’s other works, speaks to the way technology and telecommunications can both alienate us from and unite us with the natural world. While technology has enabled us to control and model phenomena with unprecedented precision, it may also provide a means to understand the world in a more intimate, visceral way. 

(Source: designboom.com, via 99percentinvisible)

20 9 / 2014

(Source: asking-jude, via embracehell)