Wallflowers, by The Line
This is a film for everyone who has ever been on a shit night out.
WARNING: Contains strobing, flashing lights!
La Machine lovely art
I am done speaking with squirrels - Vine by JEROME JARRE
Eoperipatus totoro is a species of velvet worm belonging to the genus Eoperipatus. The species name was given after a Japanese animated film My Neighbor Totoro. Because the velvet worm looked somewhat like the multi-legged cat that runs as a bus (Catbus) in the film.
Swimming Cities by Swoon aka Caledonia “Callie” Curry
One of my lifelong dreams since I was a wee Ian Brooks was to build my own ramshackle boat and sail away from all my problems, like homework and eating vegetables. It’s still pretty much the same dream except now replace boat with spaceship. Street artist Swoon collaborated with dozens of other artisans to craft these makeshift floating domiciles, scrapped together from discarded wood, foam blocks, car parts, and myriad other urban flotsam, before drifting down mighty rivers like the Mississippi and Hudson, stopping at abandoned sites along the way to play music and gather antiques as building blocks for their vessels.
Acrochordus javanicus otherwise known by the common name the elephant trunk snake. In my opinion these cute babies look like living tube socks, be it 2.4m long tube socks.
I made a bunch of new sea creatures so it’s time for another giveaway. The winner will receive a polymer clay sea creature necklace of their choosing! See all the choices in detail here.
- Reblog to enter
- No more than one reblog per day (no giveaway only blogs)
- Winner will be chosen by random number generator
- I will ship anywhere in the world
- Please have your ask box or submit open to be notified
- You must know the difference between a jellyfish and an octopus
- Giveaway ends in two weeks (October 9th 11:59 pm PST)
400-year-old jewel-encrusted skeletons unearthed in churches across Europe
These images are from the book Empire of Death by Dr. Paul Koudanaris, a ‘must have’ for any enthusiast!