blazepress:

These are pictures of different dried human tears. Grief, laughter, onion and change. Each type has a different chemical makeup which makes them appear different.

blazepress:

These are pictures of different dried human tears. Grief, laughter, onion and change. Each type has a different chemical makeup which makes them appear different.

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forever awkward kid

pishposhspice:

my roommate is 2 days younger than me so i’ve gotten into the habit of saying “when i was your age..” and then describing what i did 2 days ago

lucythewalrus

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designed-for-life:

Sweeping Color Gradient Installation

Dan Tobin Smith’s sweeping color gradient installation in his London studio is a sight behold! Titled “The First Law Of Kipple”, Smith has covered his 200 square meter London Studio with objects donated by the public, ranging from matchbox-sized to chair-sized — the objects have been painstakily arranged according to their hue.

Not sure what kipple is? We weren’t either but it’s inspired by Philip K Dick’s 1968 novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, which science fiction fans might know better as the film Bladerunner. The book describes ‘kipple’ as all the useless, used-up or pointless stuff that we collect around ourselves.

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jpglay:

*AGGRESSIVELY REWATCHES SHOWTIME AND PRETENDS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING IS WRONG IN THE FANDOM OR WITH THE BAND AND NO LAWSUITS OR POOR TREATMENT OR CRUEL FANS OR TENSION BETWEEN MEMBERS NOPE EVERYTHING IS TOTALLY 10000% FINE*

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Parent errands and finding your old height on the wall of where you once lived #nostalgic #iactuallygrewquitesignificantly #phew

Parent errands and finding your old height on the wall of where you once lived #nostalgic #iactuallygrewquitesignificantly #phew

fangirl-mich aside, having a sudden filmography appreciation for this MV XD

nuclearcarrots:

How To Train Your Dragon 2 - Concept Art 

i bought this art book, and it is so fantastic!  i never get tired of looking at these illustrations, they’re so well done and atmospheric.

in the book, the lead artists and producers describe a trip they took to norway and svalbard for inspiration.  they said the vastness of the landscapes, the sense of untouched wilderness around them, the low arctic lighting, and the spectacular colors you can’t find anywhere else on earth were a huge influence, and they really wanted to bring those things to the movie.

i think they did an amazing job!

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