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17 Jun 06:57

karlos86:colourmeinkxndness:   What do you mean this puppy...




What do you mean this puppy isn’t wearing socks?

You seem… to have…. a pokémon…

20 Jun 03:22


20 Jun 06:27

kaiserneko:saddestsad:webbut:danmeth:Junk Food Rebranded as...





Junk Food Rebranded as Gourmet Artisanal Delights

This makes me angry.

Slim James


20 Jun 07:21

wittywhim:missharpersworld:anyone who says cats aren’t...



anyone who says cats aren’t affectionate is a liar

anyone who says cats aren’t affectionate are simply not treating cats right

20 Jun 08:39

If fairytales took place in the present time...

20 Jun 10:00


20 Jun 14:12

Friend or Enemavia

Cary Renquist


Friend or Enema


17 Jun 05:19

Burden of Doof

by Adam


17 Jun 18:14

Internet Abbreviations

Cary Renquist

coo coo cachoo

17 Jun 18:14

Dear JimIn tribute to Christopher Lee can you draw Death handing...

Dear Jim

In tribute to Christopher Lee can you draw Death handing over his scythe with Lee taking his place?

Allan McElvenny

Drawn with huge amounts of love and respect for Sir Christopher. A genuine hero of mine. - Jim

17 Jun 17:26

I found my spirit animal

19 Jun 22:15

Newly Discovered Photo Offers a Glimpse of van Gogh, Gauguin, and Other Drunk Artists

by Allison Meier

1887 melanotype showing Emile Bernard (second from the left), Vincent van Gogh (third from the left), André Antoine (standing at center), and Paul Gauguin (far right) in a group photo (via the Romantic Agony auctions)

While Vincent van Gogh’s self-portraits were a significant part of his painting career, no confirmed photographs of the artist as an adult are known to exist. However, an 1887 melanotype that recently came to light reportedly shows van Gogh smoking a pipe while having a drink with friends.

Detail of 1887 melanotype with the face of Vincent van  (via l'Oeil de la Photographie)

Detail of 1887 melanotype with the face of Vincent van Gogh highlighted (via l’Oeil de la Photographie) (click to enlarge)

Serge Plantureux wrote for L’Oeil de la Photographie that the photograph was identified through discovering the names of the other figures in the picture (who include artists Paul Gauguin and Emile Bernard, no small discovery in themselves), fixing it in a place and time, and analyzing the photographic process. He writes that the shot came to him through a couple who stopped by his Paris pop-up gallery:

The photograph they had brought to show me was small, dark, and rather difficult to see. Six characters were around a table. The light was pale, perhaps it was a winter afternoon.

They told me, still hesitant, that they thought they recognized the people in it, artists in whom they had long been interested. They were collectors and liked the painters of the late 19th century, in particular the neo-impressionists. They also said it was possible that one of the figures around the table was someone whose true face had never been seen.

Michael Zhang at PetaPixel points out that there are confirmed photos of van Gogh at 13 and 19. There are also other unconfirmed photographs of van Gogh, such as this portrait found in the 1990s. The 1887 photograph went to auction today at the Romantic Agony in Brussels, which is quite the appropriately named auction house for the troubled 19th-century artist whose true face — beyond his own, pensive self-portraits — remains mysterious. That said, now that he’s turning up in NYC subway trains and the odd 19th-century photograph, who knows where we’ll see van Gogh next?

UPDATE: According to, the photograph expert at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam is not convinced that it is of the painter.

19 Jun 22:27

troll-bridge:freeteddybearhugs:3ridan:do you ever look around at the big crowds of people around you...




do you ever look around at the big crowds of people around you and realize everyone has a story and memories and family and troubles and achievements and a first kiss and a broken heart but you’ll never know any of it and every human life is really intricate and expansive but oh they’ve walked into a shop and you’ll never see them again and you’ll never know just what they were thinking 

I think about this a lot

There’s a word for this:

19 Jun 23:25

chasingphan: tequilamxckingbird: simplyjazzie21: apiratenhispr...






How Kids Reacted To Photos Of Caitlyn Jenner ? - From Siz app (iOS / Android)


The world should be nothing but children.


This makes me really comfortable about the future generations

If young children don’t misgender Caitlyn then neither should you

19 Jun 23:51

sezja: gotothemattresses: thefrogman: In Soviet Russia,...




In Soviet Russia, kitten adopts YOU.

You can’t possibly say no to that.


19 Jun 19:15

Detroit: Evolution of a City

19 Jun 09:19

You spelled sweetie wrong

no i didn’t sweaty (: 

19 Jun 13:00

Brilliant Idea Alert: Boozy Horchata Popsicles — Delicious Links

by Lauren Kodiak

Congrats! You made it to the end of the work week. You deserve some popsicles. Not just any popsicles, mind you: boozy horchata popsicles. And while you're at it, you should invite friends over tonight for a taco party. Friends + tacos + boozy horchata popsicles — what could be better?


18 Jun 07:34

sassenach-kiss: just-shower-thoughts: What if sleeping is our natural state, and we’re only awake...



What if sleeping is our natural state, and we’re only awake to gather information for dreams?

you stop that

18 Jun 17:33


18 Jun 18:00

Cherry Smoothie Recipe

18 Jun 10:51


18 Jun 14:47

ATENA FARGHADANI has just been sentenced for, in effect, drawing...

ATENA FARGHADANI has just been sentenced for, in effect, drawing Iranian leaders as monkeys and cows. Given the absurd ruling, perhaps she should have drawn the rule of draconian law, and her legal proceedings, as a kangaroo court instead.

Farghadani, a 28-year-old Iranian artist and activist, rendered visual judgment last year, lampooning members of her nation’s parliament over their vote to restrict contraception and ban certain birth-control methods — just one of her works satirizing the government. Tehran’s Revolutionary Court has now announced that it is rendering its own brand of judgment.

Farghadani has been sentenced to 12 years and nine months in an Iranian prison, according to the International Campaign for Human Rights and the Northern Virginia-based Cartoonists Rights Network International (CRNI). According to some sources, the longest that she can legally be imprisoned is seven years and six months, and an appeal is said to be planned.

The artist’s crimes include “insulting members of parliament through paintings” and “spreading propaganda against the system,” according toAmnesty International.


18 Jun 16:22


17 Jun 02:03

signalbeast: “I bring word from the swamp prince, the old pacts...


“I bring word from the swamp prince, the old pacts shall be honored, muster your forces at first light…”

lil' nature blog
17 Jun 02:29

plantare: take me to the haven of your bed lil' nature blog


take me to the haven of your bed

lil' nature blog
16 Jun 17:33


Cary Renquist

My pet raccoon tore the screens off of a window and screen door trying to get into the house (one of the many items that led to her being given away while my sister and I were at school...)

15 Jun 17:41

loveryaasili: skyalexis23 deasmith

15 Jun 23:15

Chocolate for your heart

Cary Renquist

Does that mean I can justify a bar of chocolate every day?

Eating up to 100 g of chocolate every day is linked to lowered heart disease and stroke risk. The calculations showed that compared with those who ate no chocolate higher intake was linked to an 11% lower risk of cardiovascular disease and a 25% lower risk of associated death.
15 Jun 20:06

sadanduseless: What Your Sleeping Positions Say About Your...