sevenhells

I have a tender spot in my heart for cripples and bastards and broken things

anarchycomitecture:

An exhibition for modern living - Saul Steinberg - 1949
Source: Mondoblogo

anarchycomitecture:

An exhibition for modern living - Saul Steinberg - 1949

Source: Mondoblogo

(via design-sanctuary)

lalage:

joshtierney:

The Blooming by Olivier Pichard

I want to live in Olivier’s beautiful watercolors

lalage:

joshtierney:

The Blooming by Olivier Pichard

I want to live in Olivier’s beautiful watercolors

(via holespoles)

archiemcphee:

This giant inflatable toad looks pretty pleased with himself. But then, if we were a giant toad with our own private lily pad big enough for us to bask on, we’d be pretty pleased with ourselves too. The 22-meter (72 foot) tall inflated amphibian is currently relaxing on the lake in Yuyuantan Park in downtown Beijing. He’s called the “Toad of Rejuvenation” or the “Golden Toad” and his presence is a traditional Chinese good luck symbol meant to bring “blessings and fortune.”

Meanwhile we’re wondering if the Golden Toad hopes that, if he sits there long enough, Florentijn Hofman’s world-traveling giant inflatable rubber duckie will eventually swim by.

Photos by Chen Boyuan of China.org

[via Neatorama]

megpark:

Bird girls, inspired by Moonrise Kingdom

megpark:

Bird girls, inspired by Moonrise Kingdom

carnetimaginaire:

Alice Melvin, Dog puppet

carnetimaginaire:

Alice Melvin, Dog puppet

(via enfancepetitesetrangeres)

junyiwu:

Fenrir, the bound wolf.

junyiwu:

Fenrir, the bound wolf.

mattgordonzero:

jdprocrastinates:

If You Like Tezuka Crossed With Moomin, Read “Beautiful Darkness”

Just finished reading this. I feel worse than I did after Lord of the Flies, which is saying something.

Never before has a title so aptly described the contents.

This comic absolutely DESTROYED ME. I still have nightmares about it every once in a while. It’s a must read, but know you’re not gonna sleep well for a few nights afterwards. 

(Source: chuuface)

davidjackson:

Gazelle

guh, that’s good action.

(via sosuperawesome)

archiemcphee:

We aren’t sure how it happened, but Godzilla appears to have gotten stuck while walking through the gardens of Tokyo Midtown. He’s only visible from about the waist up (Godzilla has a waist, right?) along with a portion of his tail. But at 6.6 meters (~22 feet) tall, he’s still an awesome sight to behold, even more so at night when the lights and smoke machines turn on. And then the spikes on back light up as well, as though a surge of electricity is traveling down them. So awesome!

This statue was built to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the original Godzilla as well as the Japanese release of the new Godzilla film. The King of the Monsters will be stuck in this Tokyo Midtown park until the end of August. So if you’ve ever wanted to give him a hug, now’s your chance.

Photos 1-3 by Héctor García, 4-6 by Zan Woo.

[via Kuriositas and Kotaku]

slimjimstudios:

Trick.