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tastefullyoffensive:

Video: Nick Offerman Recites Some Profound Shower Thoughts [gifs via]
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Rita Hayworth (Gilda, 1946)
Rita Hayworth (Gilda, 1946)

Rita Hayworth (Gilda, 1946)

 
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thyartisdisney:

LABRATHOR
thyartisdisney:

LABRATHOR

thyartisdisney:

LABRATHOR

 
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futubandera:

el nuevo avatar
futubandera:

el nuevo avatar

futubandera:

el nuevo avatar

 
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mymodernmet:

French artist Gilbert Legrand adds some whimsy to everyday objects by transforming them into delightful characters.

mymodernmet:

French artist Gilbert Legrand adds some whimsy to everyday objects by transforming them into delightful characters.

4:31 pm, reblogged by marinu6,




jtotheizzoe:

The world looks better through a scientific lens. According to the 2014 Wellcome Image Awards winners, anyway. Here’s my favorites:
At top we see the cross-section of a lily flower bud by Spike Walker, perfectly illustrating the ordered anatomy of a bloom, from eggy ovules to spermy stamens to beautifully bundled petals and sepals.
Next, we see a pair of wee monsters, an electron micrograph image of a louse embedded on a human hair, by Kevin Mackenzie, and a zebrafish embryo, all eyes on you, by Annie Cavanagh and David McCarthy.
Next we see the false-colored silver oxide flowers that “grow” from stems of calcium carbonate after agricultural sludge is burned at high temperatures, from Eberhart Kernahan. Next to that is a rather painful-looking kidney stone that could be mistaken for an alien moon, by Kevin Mackenzie.
Finally, an x-ray of a bat, by Chris Thorn, reminding us that the wings of those much-maligned mammals are just really big webby hands.
Check out the full winners’ gallery here.

jtotheizzoe:

The world looks better through a scientific lens. According to the 2014 Wellcome Image Awards winners, anyway. Here’s my favorites:

  • At top we see the cross-section of a lily flower bud by Spike Walker, perfectly illustrating the ordered anatomy of a bloom, from eggy ovules to spermy stamens to beautifully bundled petals and sepals.
  • Next, we see a pair of wee monsters, an electron micrograph image of a louse embedded on a human hair, by Kevin Mackenzie, and a zebrafish embryo, all eyes on you, by Annie Cavanagh and David McCarthy.
  • Next we see the false-colored silver oxide flowers that “grow” from stems of calcium carbonate after agricultural sludge is burned at high temperatures, from Eberhart Kernahan. Next to that is a rather painful-looking kidney stone that could be mistaken for an alien moon, by Kevin Mackenzie.
  • Finally, an x-ray of a bat, by Chris Thorn, reminding us that the wings of those much-maligned mammals are just really big webby hands.

Check out the full winners’ gallery here.

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