tzilah:

Here are some pictures of our Lunkarya cavy Hedda!

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skolebrod:

I feel like a rug has been pulled out from beneath me and now I’m falling into the gigantic hole I have dug for myself.

me too

aspeckamongdots:

I don’t think I’ve ever laughed so hard at a gif set in 6 years of tumbling

(Source: stand-up-comic-gifs, via wilwheaton)

did-you-kno:

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holy shit

did-you-kno:

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holy shit

burnedshoes:

© Charles Paul Wilp, 1961, Yves Klein, Museum Haus Lange, Krefeld
In the history of invisible art, perhaps the most visible landmark remains Yves Klein’s 1958 exhibition at Galerie Iris Clert in Paris, The Specialization of Sensibility in the Raw Material State into Stabilized Pictorial Sensibility – an empty gallery, apart from a single cabinet, in which every surface had been painted white.
Klein maintained that the space was saturated with a force field so tangible that some people were unable to enter the exhibition “as if an invisible wall prevented them.” Others may have been unable to enter because spectacular press coverage ensured huge queues of spectators searching for something to look at. (+)

burnedshoes:

© Charles Paul Wilp, 1961, Yves Klein, Museum Haus Lange, Krefeld

In the history of invisible art, perhaps the most visible landmark remains Yves Klein’s 1958 exhibition at Galerie Iris Clert in Paris, The Specialization of Sensibility in the Raw Material State into Stabilized Pictorial Sensibility – an empty gallery, apart from a single cabinet, in which every surface had been painted white.

Klein maintained that the space was saturated with a force field so tangible that some people were unable to enter the exhibition “as if an invisible wall prevented them.” Others may have been unable to enter because spectacular press coverage ensured huge queues of spectators searching for something to look at. (+)

http://blog.maxistentialism.com/post/78603957097/theres-this-thing-that-keeps-coming-up-in ›

maxistentialist:

There’s this thing that keeps coming up in conversations with designers that’s been bugging me, which is a kind of hand-wavey dismissal of good design as “skeuomorphic.”

For those of you living under an e-rock, “skeuomorphism” is design that makes digital things look like analog things (this is…

prostheticknowledge:

ARDUBOY

Circuit board business card is a minimalist credit-card-like handheld console which includes Tetris. Videos embedded below:

A revolution in minimalist circuit board art design.

Barebones Arduino
OLED Screen
Piezo Speaker
Capacitive Input Buttons
9+ Hours Playtime
1.6 millimeters total thickness

You can find out more about the project here

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rlyhigh:

chiefbreadbear:

This is fucking fantastic. This is a newspaper article from 2004 revealling that the man who discovered DNA, Francis crick used LSD frequently and was high when he made his discovery. Saying he frequently used LSD as a ‘thinking tool’ to boost his mental powers.
And i am in love with this :)

TRY TO TALK SHIT ABOUT ACID AGAIN FUCKERS

rlyhigh:

chiefbreadbear:

This is fucking fantastic. This is a newspaper article from 2004 revealling that the man who discovered DNA, Francis crick used LSD frequently and was high when he made his discovery. Saying he frequently used LSD as a ‘thinking tool’ to boost his mental powers.

And i am in love with this :)

TRY TO TALK SHIT ABOUT ACID AGAIN FUCKERS

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