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Reblogged from hannabalxmarie
Hehehe…

Hehehe…

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Reblogged from nevver
This says more about the enforced  education system than it is probably supposed to. 
nevver:
Will this be on the test?

This says more about the enforced  education system than it is probably supposed to.

nevver:

Will this be on the test?

Reblogged from kaloozy
supamuthafuckinvillain:

Damn this raw


Wow

supamuthafuckinvillain:

Damn this raw

Wow

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Reblogged from lushreef
cohereted:

 

Awesome. Wonder if this is a poster.

cohereted:

 

Awesome. Wonder if this is a poster.

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Reblogged from desimckinnon
jenn-wren:

Mrs. Easton. History of paperclips.


I love this, just not sure why.

jenn-wren:

Mrs. Easton. History of paperclips.

I love this, just not sure why.

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Reblogged from messypandas
like-a-fart-in-the-wind:

heisenbergchronicles:

Walter 52 GTA Style by Messypandas in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK
Links: Prints available on Redbubble & Society6 / DA / Tumblr

YES! YES! YES!


Awesome.

like-a-fart-in-the-wind:

heisenbergchronicles:

Walter 52 GTA Style by Messypandas in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK

Links: Prints available on Redbubble & Society6 / DA / Tumblr

YES! YES! YES!

Awesome.

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Reblogged from odditiesoflife

odditiesoflife:

Amazing Long Term Exposure Photos of Ferris Wheels

The original Ferris Wheel was designed and constructed by George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr. as a landmark for the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago. The term Ferris wheel later came to be used generically for all such structures, and Ferris wheels are now the most common type of carnival ride at state fairs in the United States.

Since the original 1893 Chicago Ferris Wheel, there have been eight subsequent world’s tallest-ever Ferris wheels. The current record holder is the 165-metre (541 ft) Singapore Flyer, which opened to the public in March 2008.

In the gallery below (most taken at local fairs and carnivals), we see what Ferris wheels look like when captured using a longer exposure (i.e., shutter left open, typically 2 seconds or more). The lights that adorn the Ferris Wheels blend and blur, creating brilliant patterns and beautiful photos.

source

Awesome

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Reblogged from assorted-goodness
assorted-goodness:

I Am Awake
Created by Carlos Lerma
Artist: Tumblr || Website || Behance || DeviantART

assorted-goodness:

I Am Awake

Created by Carlos Lerma

Artist: Tumblr || Website || Behance || DeviantART

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Reblogged from hellohighheels-deactivated20130
Stunning photo and great shoes

Stunning photo and great shoes

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Reblogged from martinekenblog

martinekenblog:

‘Ordinary Behavior’ is a project about the unhealthy relationship between human and technology in an everyday context. I have created a set of five illustrative objects as the tools of revealing the absurd situations. They are all made of paper cardboard and appear to be everyday electronic appliances and devices that can be found in our domestic environment, however, their interiors are modified into miniaturized human scaled space. I seeked to detach the audience from the real world temporarily, provide them with a space to rethink and reconsider the way we behave and think about the relationship between ourselves, objects and environment with technology in a more conscious way.

Absolutely awesome and properly clever. I love this kinda shit.

Reblogged from ilovecharts
ilovecharts:

Which corporation runs your state?
Courtesy Steve Lovelace

Yup.

ilovecharts:

Which corporation runs your state?

Courtesy Steve Lovelace

Yup.

Reblogged from bigbryan
Wow.
Reblogged from beatscomicsandlife
brianmichaelbendis:

 

Batman by Mike Mignola

brianmichaelbendis:

 

Batman by Mike Mignola

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Reblogged from mistahphil
brianmichaelbendis:

 

Promotional poster for Elektra Lives Again by Frank Miller and Lynn Varley, 1990.


Very nice, I’d frame this

brianmichaelbendis:

 

Promotional poster for Elektra Lives Again by Frank Miller and Lynn Varley, 1990.

Very nice, I’d frame this

Reblogged from towritecomicsonherarms

towritecomicsonherarms:

The bat and the cat by rafael albuquerque

Nice interpretation

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