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I have pet cockroaches, read old cookbooks, and listen to way too much Boards of Canada.

I maintain Fuck Yeah LSD: Dream Emulator and Lovely Sweet Grey Man.

Sometimes I make things. I blog about them at Phosphate Butter.

I collect references and tutorials here.

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Apr 24 '14

2-ee:

talikira:

Tiger Sharks!

oh my god

Apr 23 '14
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Apr 23 '14

zooborns:

Los Angeles Zoo Is ‘Takin’ with Newborn Calf

The Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens has announced the birth of a healthy Takin! She was born on February 12 and can now be seen on exhibit.

Learn more at Zooborns!

Apr 23 '14
punk-rock-castiel:

your-grandmah:


day 23: they still think im one of them


I stared at this picture for like 5 minutes and then i concluded that the different one was the last one because of the chinese letters

punk-rock-castiel:

your-grandmah:

day 23: they still think im one of them

I stared at this picture for like 5 minutes and then i concluded that the different one was the last one because of the chinese letters

Apr 23 '14

archiemcphee:

German-born artist Gabby Wormann uses painstaking care to combine the delicate bodies of animals such as tarantulas, crabs and winged insects with intricate clockwork mechanisms to create beautiful creatures which she calls MeCre, or mechanical creatures.

"Wormann is interested in humanity’s intervention into complex biological systems, and her work postulates the hybrid forms’ role in the future. To the artist, they symbolize a synthesis between biomass and mechanics that will become part of our evolution. These creatures are more resistant, efficient, and technically optimized for a world where we are focused on continually improving at all costs."

Visit Gabby Wormann’s wesbite to check out more of her remarkable MeCre creations.

[via My Modern Metropolis]

Apr 23 '14
questionableadvice:

~ Social Etiquette or Manners and Customs of Polite Society, Maud C. Cooke, 1896

questionableadvice:

~ Social Etiquette or Manners and Customs of Polite Society, Maud C. Cooke, 1896

Apr 23 '14

(Source: the-dark-city)

Apr 23 '14

pastellamia:

boof

(Source: parakavka)