The Air's Thinner Up Here

fontinosantana:

engineering is red

science is blue

command is yellow

this isn’t actually a poem it’s just star trek trivia

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Rami Kadi + Details
Rami Kadi + Details

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Ways to Annoy Hannibal #32

ourlordhannibal:

Will: *puts business cards of people Hannibal’s already eaten back in his Rolodex*

(via ohlookacannibal)

crystalfriedman:

palmist:

yahooentertainment:

When the pizza arrives, Brad Pitt is there to hand out plates

omg this is the only reason i would want to go to the oscars

meryl grabs two slices like a damn boss

crystalfriedman:

palmist:

yahooentertainment:

When the pizza arrives, Brad Pitt is there to hand out plates

omg this is the only reason i would want to go to the oscars

meryl grabs two slices like a damn boss

(via themightybadwolf)

luckyladybutterfly:

velvetonions:

There needs to be a cooking show in which tv chefs go into student flats or houses and have to cook a full 3 course meal only using ingredients and equipment they can find in the kitchen…

#can you imagine though#gordon ramsay just being like#HOW THE FUCK AM I SUPPOSED TO COOK ANYTHING WITH DORITOS AND INSTANT NOODLES#THEY DON’T EVEN HAVE A FUCKING SAUCEPAN.

(Source: queerbiologist, via thefirstassvenger)

burdenedwithgloriousassbutt:

I love how they all just accepted and loved on Bruce in this film. He needed them so badly. 

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Bruce Banner + glasses

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not-safe-for-earth:

catchafallingstar:

THE EYEBROW IN THE LAST GIF THOUGH.

I’d like to think that was the same guy from Comic-Con who yelled “MY WIFE LOVES YOU” at Tom Hiddleston.

(Source: corneliapornelia, via thehobbutts)

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Christine Kim: Intricate Hand-Cut Paper Sculptures

Toronto-based artist Christine Kim cuts and layers paper together into beautifully intricate geometric sculptures. Through cutting, Kim feels as though she “liberates the work from the confines of the original surface.” Her artwork is delicate and complex, and she is constantly finding new ways to work with the everyday material.

Kim has completed a variety of projects including Paper Orbs (below) and Scribble (far below) that show off her amazingly meticulous techniques. Her recent paper installation, Accumulation (above), will be featured as part of the Toronto Design Offsite festival in January 2014. The series of hand-cut sculptures consist of small orbs that explore light and shadow through intricately composed forms. According to the project statement, “This is an investigation of what a line can do when it is folded, cut, curved, and gathered.”

(via asylum-art)