20 8 / 2014

asylum-art:

shocking content !

Shen Shaomin’s Beautiful And Terrifying Bone Sculptures

Bones automatically insinuate death, and often are the only physical remnant that insinuates life once existed. Shen Shaomin‘s bone works are equal parts terrifying and fascinating, man-made memorials to human intervention on the planet. Creatures that never have been or should be are pieced together from human and animal skeletons. The bones are carved and relief-carved with text taken from several sources, including the Bible, the Koran, and various sources. Inscribed in English, Arabic, and Chinese, the texts serve as warnings to the two largest industrial nations in the world of the damage being caused to the planet.

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15 7 / 2014

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19 6 / 2014

thevoicecalledcheesecake:

So many people are so angry all of the time and it’s the most useless emotion, it doesn’t result in anything other than regret. Yoda was never angry and he was a jedi master which is everyone’s true aspiration. Anger is an obsolete emotion and we should all give it a gentle push into the dustbin of evolution.

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19 6 / 2014

destroyerofphysicsposts:


let's gif: pokemon sage - [2/?]

ALRIGHT LISTEN UP KIDS
EVERYBODY PLAY THIS FUCKING GAME RIGHT NOW ITS CALLED POKEMON SAGE AND ITS A FANMADE POKEMON PROJECT ON RPG MAKER
look at that town
its fucking beautiful right
thats where you live bro
what does this game not have
there’s tons of racial diversity and the FIRST NON-WHITE POKEMON PROTAGONISTS LOOK
over 200 totally original pokemon and theyre all beautiful look at this






they also have amazing puns for names such as












and my personal favorites
and some are just plain awesome like















its a fucking dragon viking ship how cool is that
basically there is not a bad pokemon in this gen i dare you to find one
did i mention that your rival IS AN OUTLAW WEARING A COOL ASS PONCHO AND HAT


look at that guy how can you not like him
the music is AMAZING and super catchy
theres a lot of multicultural influences and mishmashing and basically its super awesome
everything is original except basic item sprites
it has the nostalgic feel of the good old pokemon and is made in the style of gen 3 but is so full of originality and surprises that you’ll be constantly amazed with this game
just play it
the demo is out right now and the full game is in progress! come on lets show these guys that what theyre doing is a REALLY GREAT THING and that it NEEDS TO CONTINUE!
ive never even been this excited for a real pokemon game but as soon as i saw this i was blown away
please play this game
please
you will not regret it


Support creativity and nourish the shit out of your inner kid-spirit-thing

destroyerofphysicsposts:

let's gif: pokemon sage - [2/?]

ALRIGHT LISTEN UP KIDS

EVERYBODY PLAY THIS FUCKING GAME RIGHT NOW ITS CALLED POKEMON SAGE AND ITS A FANMADE POKEMON PROJECT ON RPG MAKER

look at that town

its fucking beautiful right

thats where you live bro

what does this game not have

  • there’s tons of racial diversity and the FIRST NON-WHITE POKEMON PROTAGONISTS LOOK
  • over 200 totally original pokemon and theyre all beautiful look at this
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  • they also have amazing puns for names such as
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  • and my personal favorites
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  • and some are just plain awesome like
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  • its a fucking dragon viking ship how cool is that
  • basically there is not a bad pokemon in this gen i dare you to find one
  • did i mention that your rival IS AN OUTLAW WEARING A COOL ASS PONCHO AND HAT
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  • http://img2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20140417031545/capx/images/0/04/Ricardo_VS_Sprite_D.png
  • look at that guy how can you not like him
  • the music is AMAZING and super catchy
  • theres a lot of multicultural influences and mishmashing and basically its super awesome
  • everything is original except basic item sprites
  • it has the nostalgic feel of the good old pokemon and is made in the style of gen 3 but is so full of originality and surprises that you’ll be constantly amazed with this game
  • just play it

the demo is out right now and the full game is in progress! come on lets show these guys that what theyre doing is a REALLY GREAT THING and that it NEEDS TO CONTINUE!

ive never even been this excited for a real pokemon game but as soon as i saw this i was blown away

please play this game

please

you will not regret it

Support creativity and nourish the shit out of your inner kid-spirit-thing

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06 6 / 2014

"

You will always be too much of something for someone: too big, too loud, too soft, too edgy. If you round out your edges, you lose your edge.

Apologize for mistakes. Apologize for unintentionally hurting someone — profusely. But don’t apologize for being who you are.

"

Danielle Laporte (via alexithymiadaily)

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29 5 / 2014

28 5 / 2014

sexandculture:

Doing Your Dirty Work 3: Deeper, Closer

Open to Artists in the San Francisco Bay Area Only

**please reblog and help us spread the word!

Doing Your Dirty Work 3: Deeper, Closer is a group exhibition at the Center for Sex and Culture in San Francisco, California…

24 5 / 2014

gracehelbig:

thefoodhereisdisgusting:

That time in which Mamrie, Grace, and Hannah absolutely NAIL it.

one day

I’d pee standing up. Everyone knows it’s my dream. And don’t sell me that shit about that funnel that’s available now, I can’t hide that thing in my wristlet. 

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22 5 / 2014

boredatworksoimake:

I dunno why, but that’s super cute bkdgaf freshbiscuits

Ugh I need these! They’re the most lush version of bff necklaces boredatworksoimake and I could ever dream of.

boredatworksoimake:

I dunno why, but that’s super cute bkdgaf freshbiscuits

Ugh I need these! They’re the most lush version of bff necklaces boredatworksoimake and I could ever dream of.

16 5 / 2014

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21 2 / 2014

kenyatta:

The Game Changed in Venezuela Last Night – and the International Media Is Asleep At the Switch | Caracas Chronicles

Listen and understand. The game changed in Venezuela last night.What had been a slow-motion unravelling that had stretched out over many years went kinetic all of a sudden.
What we have this morning is no longer the Venezuela story you thought you understood.
Throughout last night, panicked people told their stories of state-sponsored paramilitaries onmotorcycles roaming middle class neighborhoods, shooting at people and  storming into apartment buildings, shooting at anyone who seemed like he might be protesting. People continue to be arrested merely for protesting, and a long established local Human Rights NGO makes an urgent plea for an investigation into widespread reports of torture of detainees. There are now dozens of serious human right abuses: National Guardsmen shooting tear gas canisters directly into residential buildings. We have videos of soldiers shooting civilians on the street. And that’s just what came out in real time, over Twitter and YouTube, before any real investigation is carried out. Online media is next, a city of 645,000 inhabitants has been taken off the internet amid mounting repression, and this blog itself has been the object of a Facebook “block” campaign.
What we saw were not “street clashes”, what we saw is a state-hatched offensive to suppress and terrorize its opponents.
After the major crackdown on the streets of major (and minor) Venezuelan cities last night, I expected some kind of response in the major international news outlets this morning. I understand that with an even bigger and more photogenic freakout ongoing in an even more strategically important country, we weren’t going to be front-page-above-the-fold, but I’m staggered this morning to wake up, scan the press and find…
Nothing.

As of 11 a.m. this morning, the New York Times World Section has…nothing.

kenyatta:

The Game Changed in Venezuela Last Night – and the International Media Is Asleep At the Switch | Caracas Chronicles

Listen and understand. The game changed in Venezuela last night.What had been a slow-motion unravelling that had stretched out over many years went kinetic all of a sudden.

What we have this morning is no longer the Venezuela story you thought you understood.

Throughout last night, panicked people told their stories of state-sponsored paramilitaries onmotorcycles roaming middle class neighborhoods, shooting at people and  storming into apartment buildings, shooting at anyone who seemed like he might be protesting. People continue to be arrested merely for protesting, and a long established local Human Rights NGO makes an urgent plea for an investigation into widespread reports of torture of detainees. There are now dozens of serious human right abuses: National Guardsmen shooting tear gas canisters directly into residential buildings. We have videos of soldiers shooting civilians on the street. And that’s just what came out in real time, over Twitter and YouTube, before any real investigation is carried out. Online media is next, a city of 645,000 inhabitants has been taken off the internet amid mounting repression, and this blog itself has been the object of a Facebook “block” campaign.

What we saw were not “street clashes”, what we saw is a state-hatched offensive to suppress and terrorize its opponents.

After the major crackdown on the streets of major (and minor) Venezuelan cities last night, I expected some kind of response in the major international news outlets this morning. I understand that with an even bigger and more photogenic freakout ongoing in an even more strategically important country, we weren’t going to be front-page-above-the-fold, but I’m staggered this morning to wake up, scan the press and find…

Nothing.

As of 11 a.m. this morning, the New York Times World Section has…nothing.

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04 2 / 2014

historicaltimes:

Picasso drawing with light in a triple exposure photograph, Vallauris, France, 1949.

historicaltimes:

Picasso drawing with light in a triple exposure photograph, Vallauris, France, 1949.

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04 2 / 2014

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29 1 / 2014

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