The Magical World of Living Light
This is the mysterious spectacle of bioluminescence. Its hard not to revel in the beauty of this remarkable natural phenomenon. These glowing creatures are primarily a product of the ocean. They are the primary source of light in the largest and darkest area of habitable land on Earth, the deep sea. On land, they are most commonly seen as glowing fungus on wood (foxfire) or in the few families of luminous insects (fireflies).
I’d rather focus on the positive stuff. I got to play this amazing woman who didn’t have to sleep with anyone (not that I would have minded) or act dumb and girlie or fawn all over some guy or be a conniving bitch to get people to notice or respect me, and she didn’t speak broken English or karate chop anyone (not that I would have minded). Nobody called her “dragon lady” or “exotic.” She could shoot a gun and drive that FBI SUV like a champ. And all with the extra added bonus of being Jewish. And when I get messages and thank yous from viewers who dig that or are inspired by that, well, that’s what makes any of this worthwhile or mean anything to me. So thank you for that. I love Beverly Katz. And I loved playing her. ~Hettienne Park
Feminist Graffiti from the 1970s [x]
There’s nothing quite like Scandinavian children’s books, and Tove Jansson’s The Book about Moomin, Mymble and Little Myis a pinnacle of gorgeously illustrated, existentially profound whimsy.
Long Desert Highway
By Glenn Nagel
I will never get over the detail in this scene.
THEY’D BE SLAUGHTERED IMMEDIATELY
“Now go, unleash hell.”
I THOUGHT THAT WAS ACTUALLY CHRIS HEMSWORTH FOR A MOMENT AND I JUST
NOW THAT I´VE SEEN THIS I DONT THINK I CAN LIVE WITHOUT IT. A SLIGTHLY MORE OBTAINABLE THOR IS DANCING IN THE STREET. HE IS ALL I EVER WANTED. I LOVE YOU THOR GUY.
Anton Ginzburg - Hyperborea (2011)
Furniture by Jólan van der Wiel
Young dutch designer Jólan van der Wiel uses magnetic plastic compounds, magnets and simple gravity, to make furniture. Frozen in a moment of physics, exposing the forces in action.
Human Anatomy — v.1.1, v.1.2, v.1.3
by Casey Cripe
Perpetually In Progress
02010 — 02012
Handmade in the physical realm w/ wood, paper, glue, paint, pencil