the-spinner-rack:

It’s Not A Dream! (by Winslow Mortimer & Don Perlin from Spidey Super Stories #41, 1979)

Me after my morning coffee

podpocalypse:

Straight from my wedding video to your hearts, my friend’s dance move, the Bukkake.
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I wish I had a friend like her

podpocalypse:

Straight from my wedding video to your hearts, my friend’s dance move, the Bukkake.

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I wish I had a friend like her

asylum-art:

John Grade: Sculptures and installations
Sculptures and installations by Seattle-based artist John Grade.
This series marks a pivotal transition couched between the larger works and featured new sculpture in wood and resin (example: Core) as well as two in iron, cast at the Kohler facility during Grades installation of Capacitor. For Grade, the human scale pieces are especially important as “they act as fertile ground – allowing time to reflect, experiment and explore alternative directions and sub themes that cannot be hit within the larger works.”
asylum-art:

John Grade: Sculptures and installations
Sculptures and installations by Seattle-based artist John Grade.
This series marks a pivotal transition couched between the larger works and featured new sculpture in wood and resin (example: Core) as well as two in iron, cast at the Kohler facility during Grades installation of Capacitor. For Grade, the human scale pieces are especially important as “they act as fertile ground – allowing time to reflect, experiment and explore alternative directions and sub themes that cannot be hit within the larger works.”
asylum-art:

John Grade: Sculptures and installations
Sculptures and installations by Seattle-based artist John Grade.
This series marks a pivotal transition couched between the larger works and featured new sculpture in wood and resin (example: Core) as well as two in iron, cast at the Kohler facility during Grades installation of Capacitor. For Grade, the human scale pieces are especially important as “they act as fertile ground – allowing time to reflect, experiment and explore alternative directions and sub themes that cannot be hit within the larger works.”
asylum-art:

John Grade: Sculptures and installations
Sculptures and installations by Seattle-based artist John Grade.
This series marks a pivotal transition couched between the larger works and featured new sculpture in wood and resin (example: Core) as well as two in iron, cast at the Kohler facility during Grades installation of Capacitor. For Grade, the human scale pieces are especially important as “they act as fertile ground – allowing time to reflect, experiment and explore alternative directions and sub themes that cannot be hit within the larger works.”
asylum-art:

John Grade: Sculptures and installations
Sculptures and installations by Seattle-based artist John Grade.
This series marks a pivotal transition couched between the larger works and featured new sculpture in wood and resin (example: Core) as well as two in iron, cast at the Kohler facility during Grades installation of Capacitor. For Grade, the human scale pieces are especially important as “they act as fertile ground – allowing time to reflect, experiment and explore alternative directions and sub themes that cannot be hit within the larger works.”
asylum-art:

John Grade: Sculptures and installations
Sculptures and installations by Seattle-based artist John Grade.
This series marks a pivotal transition couched between the larger works and featured new sculpture in wood and resin (example: Core) as well as two in iron, cast at the Kohler facility during Grades installation of Capacitor. For Grade, the human scale pieces are especially important as “they act as fertile ground – allowing time to reflect, experiment and explore alternative directions and sub themes that cannot be hit within the larger works.”

asylum-art:

John Grade: Sculptures and installations

Sculptures and installations by Seattle-based artist John Grade.

This series marks a pivotal transition couched between the larger works and featured new sculpture in wood and resin (example: Core) as well as two in iron, cast at the Kohler facility during Grades installation of Capacitor. For Grade, the human scale pieces are especially important as “they act as fertile ground – allowing time to reflect, experiment and explore alternative directions and sub themes that cannot be hit within the larger works.”

design-is-fine:

Leszek Holdanowicz, poster artwork for Peace race - Friedensfahrt, 1968. Poland.

design-is-fine:

Leszek Holdanowicz, poster artwork for Peace race - Friedensfahrt, 1968. Poland.

  1. Camera: Nikon D7000
  2. Aperture: f/11
  3. Exposure: 1/60th
  4. Focal Length: 50mm

It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)

or not

It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)

or not

(Source: revjalen)

How I illustrate to my therapist what my body feels like when I have insomnia

How I illustrate to my therapist what my body feels like when I have insomnia

So? Is it pancakes or french toast tomorrow?

So? Is it pancakes or french toast tomorrow?

politicalsexkitten:

I’m the feminist your father warned you about.

I don’t have a dog or a cat

Is that a picture of Doctor Doom on the wall?

(Source: fiftyyearstoolate)

incidentalcomics:

Corrections
incidentalcomics:

Corrections

incidentalcomics:

Corrections

nitratediva:

SAVE THE WORLD’S OLDEST FILM SET! Universal Studios’ Stage 28 has a lot of memories. Parts of Dracula, Torn Curtain, and The Sting were filmed there, to name only a few. Built for the silent Phantom of the Opera (1925), the original Paris opera sets are still there. Some say the soundstage is haunted—but those ghosts might be homeless soon.
Because the word is that Universal plans to tear down this landmark of Hollywood history.
If you want to save Stage 28, SIGN THIS PETITION NOW. And also sign this one. This is really important. It’s part of our cultural heritage.
I don’t like to ask favors of you lovely people who follow me, but please, please, please do this. Together you are mighty enough to reach the goal.

nitratediva:

SAVE THE WORLD’S OLDEST FILM SET! Universal Studios’ Stage 28 has a lot of memories. Parts of Dracula, Torn Curtain, and The Sting were filmed there, to name only a few. Built for the silent Phantom of the Opera (1925), the original Paris opera sets are still there. Some say the soundstage is haunted—but those ghosts might be homeless soon.

Because the word is that Universal plans to tear down this landmark of Hollywood history.

If you want to save Stage 28, SIGN THIS PETITION NOW. And also sign this one. This is really important. It’s part of our cultural heritage.

I don’t like to ask favors of you lovely people who follow me, but please, please, please do this. Together you are mighty enough to reach the goal.