Old enough to laugh at everything,
Young enough to know nothing.



Cartoon Saloon animation studio artists worked for Brian Boru exhibition (Trinity College - Dublin).
Illustrators : Tomm Moore (director of The Secret of Kells), Ross Stewart and Alice Dieudonne

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Types of people who romanticize small town life:

  1. People who didn’t grow up in small towns


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The artists over at Pictoplasma academy are producing some pretty amazing stuff.

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A detailed look from Thom Browne spring 2014 rtw backstage photographed by Victoria Will


oh no. too beautiful Q A Q

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I was walking through a local trail next to a dog park and in big freakin’ letters Dana was carved into the tree.  The beach trees also had broken limbs that formed eyes.

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· YES · wtnv 
 Anonymous said: "reverse mermaids though"


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In which Jimmy Fallon nails it. 

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I would love to be a superhero.

— Anthony Mackie

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WELCOME TO ELECTROSWING HELL - jazzy, trip-hoppy, electroswingy mix

Pepper Steak Alias Conrad Coldwood || Booty Swing Parov Stelar || That Man Caro Emerald || Dixie Biscuit Tape Five (ft. Henrik Wager) || Why Don’t You Gramophonedzie || Brotherswing Caravan Palace || Fel Del Av Gården Movits! || Washington Square The Correspondents || Sweet Sugar Swing Lyre Le Temps || Get A Move On Mr. Scruff || Mr. Joe’s Café Odjbox || Delight Jamie Berry (ft. Octavia Rose) || Crazy In Love Swing Republic || I’ve Got That Tune Chinese Man || Moriarty Boogie Belgique


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the gay agenda

or as i call it

the homoschedule 

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Medieval book made of fish skin

Here’s something special. You are looking at a handsome 15th-century Arabic manuscript - a Kuran - with a most peculiar shape: the pages are round and have a pointy tip on the right-hand side. It looks kind of fishy. Literally, it turns out, because the leaves are made out of fish skin. Before today I never heard of medieval manuscripts made from fish. In fact, when I encountered the Kuran in the Flickr account of the Mama Haldara Library in Timbuktu, where it is kept, I first thought it was a ruse - a whopper. Some digging around revealed, however, that fish skin is a most suitable material for parchment, as well as for the “leather” covers of bookbindings. It made total sense, of course, for book producers in the coastal regions of Western African to turn to fish, which are up for grabs there. Still, very few fish-made books appear to have been identified as such. When you cut the skins into rectangular sheets (and remove the pointy tail bits!) you can’t really tell that the animal was a swimmer rather than a walker. This splashy book is therefore quite the thing.

Pic: Timbuktu, Mama Haldara Library, MS 9167 (Kuran, 15th century). This is the source of the image and here it is confirmed that the pages are made from fish skin. Here are some examples of bookbindings made from fish skin and in this piece you find a scholarly study showing the skin’s suitability for bindings and parchment.

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Match #124

Dior Homme Demi-Measure campaign | Iceberg in the Arctic photographed by David C. Schultz

More matches here

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