The ears I’m ordering are 100% vegan, so that’s good

The ears I’m ordering are 100% vegan, so that’s good


  3   July 17, 2014
6 days ago

#I know what it means it just looks funny ok    #funny like how I'm going to look while wearing these    



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corgiaddict:

THIS is all you need to wear for the rest of your life

corgiaddict:

THIS is all you need to wear for the rest of your life


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tastefullyoffensive:

Every time I open my laptop. [x]

tastefullyoffensive:

Every time I open my laptop. [x]


  8526 6 days ago




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phone face

phone face


  0   July 14, 2014
1 week ago

#I'm the creepy sister    



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wtfalex:

"The Scream" in all it’s 8-bit glory. 
This took anywhere from 4-5 hours for me to finish.

wtfalex:

"The Scream" in all it’s 8-bit glory. 

This took anywhere from 4-5 hours for me to finish.

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  138150 1 week ago

#GIF    



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dotcore:

Song of Storms.by Matt Rockefeller.
via INPRNT.

dotcore:

Song of Storms.
by Matt Rockefeller.

via INPRNT.

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  14857   July 13, 2014
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archiemcphee:

American contemporary pop artist Ron English (previously featured here) has an ongoing fascination with Guernica (top image), Pablo Picasso's famous 1937 painting depicting the intense suffering and tragedies of war, created in response to the bombing of the village of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War.

Ron English has painted his own interpretations of Guernica over 50 times to date. For him the iconic painting serves as a modern template, “just as the Madonna and Child is an ancient template,” he says.

The Huffington Post recently shared an essay by English in which he explained his reasons for continually reimagining Picasso’s masterpiece:

“[Guernica] is a visual shorthand for the overwhelming and gratuitous horror of modern war. But I argue that the cultural takeaway of Guernica is actually the opposite. It transforms incomprehensible tragedy into a cartoon narrative, something we can more easily absorb. This is part of the human process, to distance ourselves from the immediacy of undiluted, overwhelming emotions by overlaying a narrative that simplifies, and in effect, takes us down from three to two dimensions. And this is the underlying concept that I grapple with in all my many versions of Guernica.”

Click here to read the entire piece and view more of Ron English’s captivating visions of Guernica.

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  321 July 11, 2014
1 week ago




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  6315 1 week ago

#gpoy    



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Just call me “Professor Plumb”

Just call me “Professor Plumb”


  0   1 week ago

#me    



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