findmomo:

My favorite mug is my big hug mug.

photojojo:

From the Photojojo archives: Make photos from plants + sunshine!

This photo was made using spinach. Popeye would approve.

Learn to Make Anthrotypes

kamikatlifts:

IT’S. A. FUCKING. TURTLE.

gabrielle20

eatsleepdraw:

Here is a comic I did for all those who have been recently thrown from the warm ocean of education and are flailing on the rocky shores of life :)

Yours empathetically, Dorris McComics
http://dorrismccomics.com/

befairbefunky:

Musthave ~ Banana tree leaf Pillow

(via remainsimple)

magdalenarivera:


#it is also the ‘i have a live laugh love decoration somewhere in my house’#’i have a child named caedyn’

matpringle:

Print day 1: Sneak peek of a new screenprint set.

nypl:

It’s been a particularly sad week in the world of entertainment - yesterday we lost another star, Lauren Bacall. In addition to a long career as an award-winning actress, she also won the National Book Award for her autobiography By Myself in 1980. We’re honoring her legacy with a compilation of her work on and off the screen. You can also view some rare images of the actress in our digital collection.

Q

h1b3rnat10ns asked:

hey, this perhaps could come off sounding ill-informed, but would minnetonka moccasins be considered disrespectful or something along those lines? thanks xx

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neon-casket:

hipsterappropriations:

Here’s a great quote from Sheena Rotman, which is featured in the awesome headdress zine (http://zinelibrary.info/files/headdress.pdf) -

Now, I’m not saying that you should trash those Minnetonka moccasins you’ve been rocking for six years now because they don’t culturally “belong” to you. There is a difference, albeit a subtle one, between humbly admiring and adopting elements of a culture’s fashion (for lack of a better term) and completely disrespecting it. It’s a fine line between that and simply dressing-up for the sake of costume, and simply being aware of those differences is not enough.

I just think this is a good point/want to reblog

philamuseum:

Today we remember Lauren Bacall (1924-2014) with this image of the actress visiting the Museum in 1958.

Three Musicians,” 1921, Pablo Ruiz y Picasso © Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York