twloha:

“Deceptive Outward Appearance,” an art piece made with wood and paint, was created by Ole Martin Lund Bo. It calls to mind our own deceptive outward appearances—the masks we wear, the secrets we keep—and the true self that is worth discovering and revealing.


typeverything:

Typeverything.com
“HDR is garbage” by Batoul et Mehdi.

typeverything:

Typeverything.com

“HDR is garbage” by Batoul et Mehdi.


harlowknox:

wait what?

POPCEPTION

I can’t even

(via idiosyncrasiesbetweenthepages)


visual-poetry:

“ot.pdf 2000” by holger friese

visual-poetry:

“ot.pdf 2000” by holger friese




lessonsforchildren:

YES. YES. I REFUSE TO APOLOGIZE.

This is fantastic.

lessonsforchildren:

YES. YES. I REFUSE TO APOLOGIZE.

This is fantastic.

(via fyeahclassicalkicksbutt)


visual-poetry:

visual poetry by anatol knotek

“human rights” 
“tears”
“room for interpretation”
“nothing lasts forever”


composerquotes:

“Music is for me like a beautiful mosaic which God has put together. He takes all the pieces in his hand, throws them into the world, and we have to recreate the picture from the pieces.”

Happy birthday, Jean Sibelius!


Humpty Dumpty

Humpty Dumpty


Newark Mayor Cory Booker to live on food stamps

The politician we love to love, Newark Mayor Cory Booker, continues to charm with his engaging and energetic — if not completely irreverent — style of governing. We last saw him eschewing sleep to save his city from Hurricane Sandy. He turned his home into a temporary crash pad for neighbors who had no electricity, and then he managed to finagle free Hot Pockets for his constituents who were in need of a frozen fast-food fix.

And now the good mayor is setting out to try life on food stamps.

The Twitter-obsessed Booker tweeted that investing in schools and nutrition would save money in the long run, instead of paying only for “huge back-end” government programs. But when Twitter follower, TwitWit — a self-described “Daughter of the American Revolution (DAR), fighting against any and all forms of socialism/communism” – responded that “nutrition is not a responsibility of the government,” Booker, true to form, had to engage.

After a bit of back and forth about the topic of nutrition, the mayor challenged TwitWit to experience what people on food stamps are going through. “We have a shared responsibility that kids go to school nutritionally ready 2 learn,” Bookertweeted. “Lets you and I try to live on food stamps in New Jersey (high cost of living) and feed a family for a week or month. U game?”

TwitWit agreed, and we happily await the mayoral tweets that will undoubtedly recount the experience, and turn it into a simple yet profound lesson for all who follow. (You can follow too, @corybooker.)

Okay I’m normally not a fan of liberal politicians, but mad props to this guy. Anyone who puts their money where their mouth is like that earns my respect.

That is all.

(via angrykoreanguy)


thehungryviolinist:

thehungryviolinist:

Can we make Sassy Heifetz a thing or

This is totally a thing now.

thehungryviolinist:

thehungryviolinist:

Can we make Sassy Heifetz a thing or

This is totally a thing now.

(via angrykoreanguy)



Idk why but this glyph really just captivates me. Is it wrong to have an emotional reaction to a character?

Idk why but this glyph really just captivates me. Is it wrong to have an emotional reaction to a character?