I am so in love with this!!!
Oh my god so adorable.
My sister Laureen took this picture, she took them to a bookstore. I love these two! My heart swells. I want to give them an award for letting me draw comics about them and not complaining. They are the best.
I can’t believe I haven’t posted these yet #magnets #magneticpoetry #turndownforwhat
Nicki Minaj on the cover of L’Umo Vogue.
i have a folder full of pictures of screaming birds that i look at when i’m sad sometimes
haha. calm down nerds
Filmmaker Dean Fleischer-Camp and comedian Jenny Slate have released the third installment of Marcel the Shell With Shoes On, their popular stop-motion animated short film series. Slate voices Marcel, a shell with shoes on, who asks and responds to questions from Fleischer-Camp.
Fleischer-Camp and Slate have also created a new Marcel book, Marcel the Shell: The Most Surprised I’ve Ever Been, which is scheduled to release on October 21st, 2014.
via Brendan Kennedy
Bowties, jumpers, and petticoats, oh my! Bowties are still cool, right?
please look at this important baby birbWho is it it is the small catte me a cat I am squek not brip but kittem pat pat
WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE
Maggie is Pikachu from Pokemon
Lisa is Mikasa from SNK
Bart is Naruto from Naruto
Homer is Zoro from One Piece
Marge is Rangiku from Bleach
Who is Santa’s Little Helper suppose to be?
Haku from Spirited Away
the simpsons are fucking weeaboos
never let your printer know that you waited until the last minute to print something and you’re in a hurry. they can sense fear
“Lord of the flies”
How did you even
This is a great, interesting, insightful, long read.
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"My mom died in August."
"What was your favorite thing about her?"
"Her sense of humor."
"What was the time you most appreciated her sense of humor?"
"Probably when I was in high school and she walked in on my girlfriend and I going at it. I was too embarrassed to go back home, so she called my girlfriend, and asked to speak to me. When I got on the phone, she said: ‘Bet you went soft pretty quick there, huh?’"
you mean pick one
Last night in NY, Alexander Wang x H&M transformed the Armory at Hudson in Manhattan’s West Harlem for a theatrical runway show followed by an exclusive pop-up shop.
With the focus on athletic performance-wear, the track and field racetrack was turned into a parkour performance stage and runway. Acrobatic dancers zip-lined down from the ceiling, while acrobats bounced from wall to wall using gravity-defying trampolines.
The models – who included the likes of Joan Smalls, Karlie Kloss and Tyson Beckford – stomped down a racetrack to music by Missy Elliot who closed the night with a surprise performance.
Making its stateside debut, David Bowie is chronicles the unparalleled career and seminal reinventions of musician, visual artist and fashion icon David Bowie. Organised by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the exhibition brings together more than 400 objects, ranging from archival performance footage and original costumes to handwritten lyrics and set designs. This immersive exhibition traces the history and development of the artist, including early influencers and Bowie’s prior bands, as well explores Bowie’s creative process and celebrates Bowie’s prowess on stage. David Bowie is takes you into the mind of a man who has made a lasting impact on music, fashion, film and pop culture at large. - Chris Tsuyuki
“This exhibition portrays an artist in control of his practice who recognises that the smallest details contribute to the overall aesthetic experience of the audience. Bowie’s peerless understanding of the important of image cultivation and reinvention make him a comfortable fit … in the MCA Collection and exhibition history … [as] he has never limited himself to one area of cultural production. This exhibition repatriates David Bowie, the musical innovator, into the territory of cutting-edge visual and performing art that is his natural home.” – Michael Darling, MCA James W. Alsdorf Chief Curator
220 East Chicago Avenue / 1 312 280 2660
On view through January 4, 2015
Photos courtesy of MCA Chicago