Indeed.
justinejoli:

secretosenelaire:

space—age:

•indie•


Neat

end0skeletal:

Happy Owls!

misstransatlantic:

“well that’s just, like, your opinion, man.”

hilarioushumorfromouterspace:

Check out this blog if you enjoy wasting your life!

archiemcphee:

Colombian artist and designer Diana Beltran Herrera (previously featured here) has taken our breath away once again with more of her awesomely lifelike paper bird sculptures, each of which is incredibly detailed and quite fragile. Although some of these new birds were made as private commissions, others were created for Longwood Gardens, an extensive botannical garden located in Kennett Square, PA. With an exhibition coming up, the garden commissioned Diana to make some of her beautiful birds instead of using taxidermy specimens, which really speaks to the remarkable realism of her creations.

Head over to Diana Beltran Herrera’s Flickr page to view many more of her exquisite paper bird sculptures.

[via Colossal]

drawthesimpsons:

Another one from my series Movies from the 80’s, it’s one of my all-time favorite: The Goonies. Meet Mikey, Mouth, Data, Brand, Chunk, Andy, Stef and Sloth. Stay tuned for the next full illustrations / Simpsonized by ADN (posted on Sinok.be ;-) )

drawthesimpsons:

Another one from my series Movies from the 80’s, it’s one of my all-time favorite: The Goonies. Meet Mikey, Mouth, Data, Brand, Chunk, Andy, Stef and Sloth. Stay tuned for the next full illustrations / Simpsonized by ADN 
(posted on Sinok.be ;-) )

archiemcphee:

We just discovered an awesome new addition to our collection of reinterpretations of The Gashlycrumb Tinies by the one and only Edward Gorey. Instead of an alphabet of ill-fated kiddies, the creators of Brentalfloss have chosen to depict the deaths of familiar video game characters. Behold “The Game Over Tinies.”

The Brentalfloss website appears to be down at the moment, but you can get a closer look at each geektastically macabre panel in this morbidly delightful music video. Poor Aerith, we still miss her terribly…

Prints of “The Game Over Tinies” can be purchased here, courtesy of Level Up Studios.

[via Nerdist]