Dyed my hair ;;
drew two months ago, my submission as a guest for knk artbook ; 7 ;///
These structures are all made from cardboard. The artist behind this is Kai Xiang Xhong.
I just need someone to bite my neck and put their hands down my pants for a bit.
Sculptures by Cameron Stalheim. He is interested in fantasy, reality and the objectification that happens in between. His website & More of his art
To be honest, I stopped taking these tumblr accusations seriously a long time ago.
I mean I understand. I understand the frustration of seeing someone else post a similar topic or how horror movies portray the mentally ill as something to be scared of.
But relax. It’s nothing to delete your blog over. It’s nothing to stamp harmful labels on people for, without telling them about a cause few people even know about.
Haters please, please get yourselves a back massage, your favorite meal, and a day outside and realize there are way more important concerns in the world than a college freshman posting horror and science on her blog.
because everyone’s fighting their own demons and are hurting in some sort of way. people can dislike me, and have their own opinions, that’s fine. i don’t need anyone’s approval to do me.
sometimes, haters have valid criticisms & sometimes they’re just being jerks. just ignore the jerks (trust me that’s their biggest weakness) and if you ever do make a mistake, admit to it, own up to it. don’t spit venom at someone who shoots fire at you.
YOU ARE MY NEW ROLE MODEL
One of the best things to hear :’)
As a crotchety old man, it amazes me to hear such wisdom from someone so young.
A French company is coming up with a windowless jet concept.
The idea is to enhance the view by filming the exterior environment and putting it on the inside of the cabin. It would also be possible to put other things on the screens, such as a movie.
I made the gifs from this video
Here is an article about it
I’m watching World’s Greatest Dad on Netflix and came upon this crucial scene.
Chand Baori located in India. It is one of the oldest stepwell in India, and is considered to be among the biggest in the world. Built during the 8th and 9th century it provided the surrounding areas with a dependable water source for centuries. The green water at the base of the well is no longer in use.