stunningpicture:

Spotted while house-hunting, unfortunately it wasn’t for sale.

stunningpicture:

Spotted while house-hunting, unfortunately it wasn’t for sale.

awesomedigitalart:

Flight to the Whitewood by BJPentecost

asktemrin:

vivzie-pop:

IT’S GETTIN’ THERE! *cries*

-MY PATREON-

Absolutely amazing work. You guys should check her out! :D

noble-of-shadows:

sixpenceee:

Telling short films through gifs: THE MAKER

In this short film an odd creature awakens to find time ticking away. He opens up a book and starts making another creature similar to him. You might think he’s making a lover for himself, but in the end he hands his creation the same book and is wisped away, forever gone. 

His new creation now has to make a creation of her own. 

I like this short film because it represents life. You know that old “we’re going to die anyway so what’s the point”. The point is even though we don’t live on, our ideas, our creations, and our views do. They will be passed on and molded for generations to come with each one getting more beautiful as time moves on. 

And that makes it worthwhile. 

VIDEO

This video is one of my favorite short films. It is incredibly beautiful and heart wrenching.

Lost City of Z illustration that I did. :)

Lost City of Z illustration that I did. :)

realgrumpycat:

#WorstChristmasEver

realgrumpycat:

#WorstChristmasEver

420calum:

So at work yesterday we only had pink spoons to hand out for the frozen yogurt and every male asked if we had a different color spoon because they did not like pink and it’s femininity and lemme tell u that this proves boys are weak and a fuckjng pink spoon proved that

z-bot:

deafmuslimpunx:

An Indian woman, a Japanese woman, and a Syrian woman, all training to be doctors at Women’s Medical College of Philadelphia, 1880s. (Image courtesy Legacy Center, Drexel University College of Medicine Archives, Philadelphia, PA. Image #p0103) (x)

Drs. Anandabai Joshee, Kei Okami, and Tabat M. Islambooly, for convenient clicking. Also, a link to the photograph collection since the original link is no longer working.

z-bot:

deafmuslimpunx:

An Indian woman, a Japanese woman, and a Syrian woman, all training to be doctors at Women’s Medical College of Philadelphia, 1880s. (Image courtesy Legacy Center, Drexel University College of Medicine Archives, Philadelphia, PA. Image #p0103) (x)

Drs. Anandabai Joshee, Kei Okami, and Tabat M. Islambooly, for convenient clicking. Also, a link to the photograph collection since the original link is no longer working.