nevereverbeensosatisfied:

best video ever. it deserves more cred.

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abandonedography:

Dead End, Keith Alexander

abandonedography:

Dead End, Keith Alexander

10 Favorite Brazilian Albums

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elizabitchtaylor:
They look like they’re in a heist movie with Rihanna as the tough-as-nails leader/master thief and Lupita as the genius computer hacker

elizabitchtaylor:

They look like they’re in a heist movie with Rihanna as the tough-as-nails leader/master thief and Lupita as the genius computer hacker

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Kiyoshi Awazu, poster for Double Suicide, 1969 

Kiyoshi Awazu, poster for Double Suicide, 1969 

theeraserhead:

"I ask of film what most North Americans ask of psychedelic drugs." - Alejandro Jodorowsky.


Finally saw Jodorowsky’s “El Topo” yesterday. It’s awesome, as expected.

theeraserhead:

"I ask of film what most North Americans ask of psychedelic drugs." - Alejandro Jodorowsky.

Finally saw Jodorowsky’s “El Topo” yesterday. It’s awesome, as expected.

Album Art
ArtistNancy Sinatra
TitleBang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)
AlbumKill Bill Vol.1
kickstarter:

A few of the people involved in School of Doodle, a “peer-to-peer, self-directed learning lab dedicated to activating girls’ imaginations through entertainment, education and community.”

kickstarter:

A few of the people involved in School of Doodle, a “peer-to-peer, self-directed learning lab dedicated to activating girls’ imaginations through entertainment, education and community.”

biocanvas:

Spiryogyra
Spirogyra, a type of green algae, is common to freshwater areas and consists of over 400 currently described species. Spirogyra is so named because its light-absorbing chloroplasts are arranged in a prominent spiral shape running along the length of each cell. Commonly found in clean waters, this algae’s outer cell wall can dissolve in water, making it slimy to touch.
Image captured and submitted by Dennis Quertermous, University of Alabama.


http://youtu.be/KaJQTwY6Bk0

biocanvas:

Spiryogyra

Spirogyra, a type of green algae, is common to freshwater areas and consists of over 400 currently described species. Spirogyra is so named because its light-absorbing chloroplasts are arranged in a prominent spiral shape running along the length of each cell. Commonly found in clean waters, this algae’s outer cell wall can dissolve in water, making it slimy to touch.

Image captured and submitted by Dennis Quertermous, University of Alabama.

http://youtu.be/KaJQTwY6Bk0