19 May 14:57

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“As you were reading the script did you ever think, ‘Why are all these women in here? I thought this was supposed to be a man’s movie?’”

– Tom Hardy answering a (really dumb) question at the Mad Max: Fury Road Press Conference 

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I just wanted to remember this (x)

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19 May 14:19

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Asteroid Harvesting

by admin@smbc-comics.com

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19 May 14:18

alexsegura: THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU PLAY MUSIC



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THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU PLAY MUSIC

21 May 18:21

coyotelips:I’d enjoy some four person “tennis” in “Antarctica”, if you’ll pardon the doubles on...

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I’d enjoy some four person “tennis” in “Antarctica”, if you’ll pardon the doubles on tundra

21 May 04:01

typette: I wish we could have pet dinosaurs, I bet they’d be...







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I wish we could have pet dinosaurs, I bet they’d be smart and like birds or something. Big fluffy ones you could feed with snake mice and stuff. Jurassic Park could’ve been huge if they bred big cute fluffy dinosaurs. You could take them on walks! Teach them things! They’d probably sound like slowed-down birds! Adorable!!

Realistically they probably would hate you and rip you apart but… imagine

20 May 23:32

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20 May 23:10

Y el mejor perrito caliente del planeta es…

by Troy

Es difícil elegir cual puede ser el mejor, especialmente si no podemos darnos el placer de probar todos y cada uno de ellos.

Lo que si podemos adelantar ya es cual es el perrito caliente más friki del planeta.

Como no podía ser de otra forma, ese galardón recae en Japón y su pulpito caliente.

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20 May 21:32

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20 May 16:28

iri-draws: put on your tinfoil lacefront, hennies So true.









iri-draws:

put on your tinfoil lacefront, hennies

So true.

20 May 16:22

dailyotter: Otter Shakes So Fast He’s Become a BlurThanks,...

by villeashell
20 May 15:13

A Softer World: 1237


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20 May 14:20

Convenient Recycling of 3D AgX/Graphene Aerogels (X = Br, Cl) for Efficient Photocatalytic Degradation of Water Pollutants

by Yingying Fan, Weiguang Ma, Dongxue Han, Shiyu Gan, Xiandui Dong, Li Niu
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3D AgX/graphene aerogel (GA) composites (X = Br, Cl) are synthesized. Not only is the photocatalytic performance increased in comparison with pristine AgX, but also the photocatalytic cycling process is facilitated with just using tweezers Thus, the comprehensive performance of AgX/GA composites provides robust support for the future industrial applications of the photocatalyst.

20 May 10:53

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20 May 00:19

runwithskizzers: mxcleod: the new official twitter account of...



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mxcleod:

the new official twitter account of the president has apparently blocked the meninist account all ready

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19 May 20:19

Erosion: Layered Porcelain Sculptures Sandblasted to Mimic Biological Forms

by Christopher Jobson

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British ceramicist Tamsin van Essen is fascinated by what she describes as the “the fragile boundary between attraction and repulsion,” a place where tension is created by the visible and the obscured. For her Erosion series Essen created layered blocks of alternating black and white porcelain which she then sandblasted to mimic biological forms similar to a parasitic virus in the process of devouring a host. In a even more literal example, she created a series of ceramic vessels that appear to be infected with specific bacteria.

Essen just spent three months working on a new body of work currently on view at Siobhan Davies Studios in London, and you can see additional pieces over on Saatchi Art. (via Coroflot)

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19 May 17:34

Everybody’s got a thing

19 May 17:13

the signs as troubled birds

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I am three ounces of whoops ass. 

I love this book! I actually picked up a copy of Guide to Troubled Birds last week. It’s so cute and a tad disturbing.

19 May 16:17

schmergo: schmergo:I want a movie about a guy who runs for president and wins but then suddenly...

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I want a movie about a guy who runs for president and wins but then suddenly realizes that he doesn’t want to be president, so he just starts doing ridiculous things all the time trying to get impeached, but it NEVER WORKS because they always miraculously end up being the right thing to do. Like, he declares war on Canada? Next day it turns out that Canada had secret plans to nuke Washington. he bans Doritos? Turns out theyr’e the number one cause of cancer and natural disasters. He sends his vice president to jail? Turns out the VP was a terrorist in disguise. He has 100% approval rating, most popular president ever.

I’ve decided that I want him to be played by Jeff Goldblum. 

19 May 16:00

Artist Alexey Kondakov Imagines Figures from Classical Paintings as Part of Contemporary Life

by Christopher Jobson

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For his ongoing series “Art History in Contemporary Life,” Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov takes scenes and figures lifted from classical paintings and drops them into modern-day life. Bouguereau’s Song of the Angels appears to take place on an empty subway car while a pair of men from Holbein’s famous The Ambassadors are transported to the table of a seedy bar. Much like Etienne Lavie’s billboard series and Julien de Casabianca’s recent Outings Project, the series creates an interesting and playful new context for artworks usually only encountered in museums and art history books. You can see more over on Facebook. (via Supersonic)

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19 May 13:55

New reading list

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22 May 04:46

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21 May 19:03

maudelynn: A Crime of Fashion Nov 15 1938 On Nov. 9 1938...

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A Crime of Fashion ~ Nov 15, 1938 

On Nov. 9, 1938, Helen Hulick, 28, wore slacks during a court appearance to testify against two men. Her case was rescheduled and Hullick was asked by Judge Arthur S. Guerin to next time wear a dress.

Hulick was quoted in the Nov. 10, 1938, Los Angeles Times saying, “You tell the judge I will stand on my rights. If he orders me to change into a dress I won’t do it. I like slacks. They’re comfortable.”

After Hulick’s next court appearance, the Nov. 15, 1938, Los Angeles Times reported:

In a scathing denunciation of slacks – which he prosaically termed pants–as courtroom attire for women, Municipal Judge Arthur S. Guerin yesterday again forbade Helen Hulick, 28, kindergarten teacher, to testify as a witness while dressed in a green and orange leisure attire.

Miss Hulick, who Thursday was ordered to return to court in a dress, was called to testify by Dep. Dist. Atty. Russell Broker against two [men] accused of burglarizing her home.

After she was sworn in as a witness, Judge Guerin stopped the proceedings and declared:

“The last time you were in this court dressed as you are now and reclining on your neck on the back of your chair, you drew more attention from spectators, prisoners and court attaches than the legal business at hand. You were requested to return in garb acceptable to courtroom procedure.

“Today you come back dressed in pants and openly defying the court and its duties to conduct judicial proceedings in an orderly manner. It’s time a decision was reached on this matter and on the power the court has to maintain what it considers orderly conduct.

“The court hereby orders and directs you to return tomorrow in accepted dress. If you insist on wearing slacks again you will be prevented from testifying because that would hinder the administration of justice. But be prepared to be punished according to law for contempt of court.”

Slack-shrouded Miss Hulick was accompanied by Attorney William Katz, who carried four heavy volumes of citations to appear in whatever dress she chose.

“Listen,” said the young woman, “I’ve worn slacks since I was 15. I don’t own a dress except a formal. If he wants me to appear in a formal gown that’s okay with me.

“I’ll come back in slacks and if he puts me in jail I hope it will help to free women forever of anti-slackism.”

The next day Hulick showed up in slacks. Judge Guerin held her in contempt. Given a five-day sentence, Hulick was sent to jail.

via <a href="http://latimes.com" rel="nofollow">latimes.com</a>

21 May 16:02

dailyotter: Hello? Who’s There?Via The Otter Swamp[Futami Sea...

by villeashell


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[Futami Sea Paradise, Japan]

21 May 15:57

sixpenceee: Skulls by Jim DineJim Dine is one of the most...

















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Skulls by Jim Dine

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes, the human skull is among them. (Source) 

21 May 15:45

Pneumàtic’s Salvaged Tire Installations Playfully Interact With Barcelona’s Urban Architecture

by Christopher Jobson

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Pneumàtic was founded by artists OOSS, Iago Buceta, and Mateu Targa for the street art festival Ús Barcelona. The idea behind the cut salvaged tire installations was to create works that tested the traditional uses of architecture, playing with the audience’s understanding of what is just beyond their physical grasp.

The works, which are all placed in linear or circular arrangements, also test the viewer’s association with architecture, giving a playful tactility to the spaces they occupy. Although most of the sculptures look as if they are only decorative, many impede walking paths, forcing one to walk around their blockade or traipse upon their back like a bridge. Each installation appears as if the solid structures the tires are adhered to are malleable, the pieces disappearing and emerging from the ground and walls like they are being slowly sucked in by quick sand. (via designboom)