pelagiques:

quintwinwinning:

Seriously.

this is a beautiful example of rape culture. 

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asylum-art:

Creative Sculptures by Hedi Xandt

Hedi Xandt imagines impressive sculptures. Mixing styles and materials with talent, the artist invites us to discover his dark and intense universe.

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wednesdaydreams:

Vice, Virtue. It’s best not to be too moral. You cheat yourself out of too much life. Aim above morality. If you apply that to life, then you’re bound to live life fully.

Harold and Maude (1971), Hal Ashby

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fieldsofcoldflowers:

And here we go! It’s a board game made for my Scientific Illustration class a few years ago. The game pieces are tapeworm heads made out of sculpey, the dice are chunks of meat with cystic larvae in them, and the object of the game is to collect enough carbohydrates to buy segments and end up in your game piece’s intended host and reproduce. I can’t tell you how much fun I had making it:D

fieldsofcoldflowers:

And here we go! It’s a board game made for my Scientific Illustration class a few years ago. The game pieces are tapeworm heads made out of sculpey, the dice are chunks of meat with cystic larvae in them, and the object of the game is to collect enough carbohydrates to buy segments and end up in your game piece’s intended host and reproduce. I can’t tell you how much fun I had making it:D

(via scientificillustration)

innajam:

Life cycle of an almond

innajam:

Life cycle of an almond

rawlivingfoods:

Go vegan!
For more information: http://vegankit.com/

rawlivingfoods:

Go vegan!

For more information: http://vegankit.com/

(Source: naturally-vegan)


melizza-sue:

“Dear old world’, she murmured, ‘you are very lovely, and I am glad to be alive in you.” ― Anne of Green Gables

melizza-sue:

“Dear old world’, she murmured, ‘you are very lovely, and I am glad to be alive in you.”
Anne of Green Gables

(via naturenurtures)

Someone once asked me what I regarded as the three most important requirements for happiness. My answer was: A feeling that you have been honest with yourself and those around you; a feeling that you have done the best you could both in your personal life and in your work; and the ability to love others.

Eleanor Roosevelt (via smartgirlsattheparty)

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