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kennethsmunoz:

I’ve never had an entire room to turn into an office so my road towards a functional studio has me using Laura’s farm tables as desks and chairs from the Redstone US armory. It’s going to be awesome and something that’s entirely my own (I moved all her stuff out of the closet!) so I can’t wait to share what weird adolescent shit I throw on the walls (anime scroll posters). #sempaiwillnoticeme

laura giveth
but laura also can taketh away
if nail holes go into the 84 year old walls
when there are picture moldings atop all walls

kennethsmunoz:

I’ve never had an entire room to turn into an office so my road towards a functional studio has me using Laura’s farm tables as desks and chairs from the Redstone US armory. It’s going to be awesome and something that’s entirely my own (I moved all her stuff out of the closet!) so I can’t wait to share what weird adolescent shit I throw on the walls (anime scroll posters). #sempaiwillnoticeme

laura giveth

but laura also can taketh away

if nail holes go into the 84 year old walls

when there are picture moldings atop all walls

— 1 week ago with 5 notes
kennethsmunoz:

Gallery hooks = Laura changes what’s on the wall every weekend. I could of sworn there was a different painting on here last week.

this room is getting progressively amazinger.

kennethsmunoz:

Gallery hooks = Laura changes what’s on the wall every weekend. I could of sworn there was a different painting on here last week.

this room is getting progressively amazinger.

— 1 week ago with 5 notes
fastcompany:

If you condense the images of the Internet, you get an orange smear. But nobody is sure why.
Today, Jim Bumgardner is the director of application development at Disney Interactive Labs. But almost 10 years ago, he stumbled across a puzzle that would confound him. When layering hundreds of Flickr photos, he found that, again and again, the images became a consistent, bronze blur. He named his montages Bronze Shields. They looked like pizza shells.
To this date, neither Bumgardner nor anyone else has proven why the images of the Internet, when layered and averaged together en masse, round down into a tarnished orange glow Bumgardner dubbed “emergent orange.” But Bumgardner, collecting ideas from researchers and peers across the web, has suggested four theories:
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fastcompany:

If you condense the images of the Internet, you get an orange smear. But nobody is sure why.

Today, Jim Bumgardner is the director of application development at Disney Interactive Labs. But almost 10 years ago, he stumbled across a puzzle that would confound him. When layering hundreds of Flickr photos, he found that, again and again, the images became a consistent, bronze blur. He named his montages Bronze Shields. They looked like pizza shells.

To this date, neither Bumgardner nor anyone else has proven why the images of the Internet, when layered and averaged together en masse, round down into a tarnished orange glow Bumgardner dubbed “emergent orange.” But Bumgardner, collecting ideas from researchers and peers across the web, has suggested four theories:

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— 1 week ago with 129 notes
blackcatandme asked: Is everything you post original?


Answer:

reallyreallyreallytrying:

i find 100% of my posts in a garbage bin in the laneway behind my house. i don’t know who puts em there but every day there are more

— 2 weeks ago with 201 notes

joeyjoe69:

when ur left alone in an unfamiliar room

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(Source: joeyjoe69, via fire-dad)

— 2 weeks ago with 191612 notes
Anonymous asked: Please tag NSFW correctly. Not Safe For Work = NSFW. Not NFSW.


Answer:

straightwhiteboystexting:

Oops I made a typo can you feel the world around you crumbling

— 2 weeks ago with 468 notes
blastedheath:

Elaine Haxton (Australian, 1909-1999), Country Town. Oil on board, 46 x 63.5 cm.

blastedheath:

Elaine Haxton (Australian, 1909-1999), Country Town. Oil on board, 46 x 63.5 cm.

(via marleigiela)

— 2 weeks ago with 293 notes

Screencaps From My Industry

I know i’ve posted that “key to my heart” picture before but I just can’t get over it. I can’t. 

— 3 weeks ago with 1 note
#creative careers  #screencaps from a day in the life of bows 
blastedheath:

Jack Smith (British, 1928-2011), 21 Elements on a Grid, 1968. Oil on canvas, 42 x 42 in.

blastedheath:

Jack Smith (British, 1928-2011), 21 Elements on a Grid, 1968. Oil on canvas, 42 x 42 in.

— 3 weeks ago with 191 notes
#jack smith  #this is it 
tell me seriously

can you hate the way someone closes the lid on their water bottle?

— 3 weeks ago with 4 notes
#am i satan? 

boosthouse:

Poetry for Palestine (performance & interview with Remi Kanazi)

this is moving & inspiring <3 love for Remi Kanazi

— 3 weeks ago with 27 notes