Indeed.
ianthe:

I can’t believe I haven’t posted these yet #magnets #magneticpoetry #turndownforwhat

ianthe:

I can’t believe I haven’t posted these yet #magnets #magneticpoetry #turndownforwhat

cfeldmanemison:

by Chloe Feldman Emison

This is how my brain looks sometimes.

cfeldmanemison:

by Chloe Feldman Emison

This is how my brain looks sometimes.

re404:

Also chek Anton Marrast's other great artwork.

re404:

Also chek Anton Marrast's other great artwork.

from89:

Intersections An Ornately Carved Wood Cube

by Anila Quayyum Agha

re404:

Photograph by Carsten Peter, Speleoresearch & Films

Massive beams of selenite dwarf human explorers in Mexico’s Cave of Crystals, deep below the Chihuahuan Desert. Formed over millennia, these crystals are among the largest yet discovered on Earth.

www.carstenpeter.com

src: National Geographic

re404:

Fraggle Rock ! (1983 - 1987)

English video here.

archiemcphee:

These awesomely surreal and delightful collages are the work of Eugenia Loli, a California-based collage artist who uses images scanned from vintage magazines and science publications to create bizarre and playful scenes. From a little girl creating our solar system by blowing bubbles to meat loaf that contains galaxies, children riding giant tortoises and planes that drop candy instead of bombs, these pieces reveal Loli’s love of science fiction and unabashed geekiness and we’re completely smitten.

For more of her wonderfully weird collages, follow Loli right here on Tumblr at eugenialoli. Prints of some of her collages are available here. She also offers many of her pieces as downloadable files under the Creative Commons license via her Flickr account.

[via Colossal]

archiemcphee:

Master builders from the VirtuaLUG online LEGO User Group (previously featured here) teamed again to create another awesome collaborative build. This time they’ve turned their attention from Ancient Greece to 1980s American cinema with a phenomenal diorama depicting all of the locations and unforgettable scenes from The Goonies.

Builders contributing to this project include Tyler Halliwell, Davey Sterling, Stacy Sterling, Dennis Price, Betsy Sandberg, Heath Flor, Lee Jones,Chris Phipson, Hans Dendauw, and matt rowntRee. They constructed Mikey’s and Data’s houses, the wishing well park, One-Eyed Willie’s ship, and so much more.

Trying to take in all of the details they worked into this massive build is like going on your own treasure hunt. It’s a LEGO masterpiece and a wonderfully geeky love letter to an awesome movie. The VirtuaLUG team just displayed this diorama at the 2014 BrickCon in Seattle, where it was awarded the prize for Best In Town.

Click here for additional images.

[via Nerdist]

sarahj-art:

Okay, I admit to laughing while making this one.
By Sarah Johnson [tumblr | website | store]

sarahj-art:

Okay, I admit to laughing while making this one.

By Sarah Johnson [tumblr | website | store]