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Poise candlestick by Two Create

Sedna sketches

A decorative postcard by artist Aili Vint, 1974


I’d love to sit there and just drink my tea, listening to the rain

 I’d love to have sex there and listen to the rain between moans

 there are two kinds of people

I’m both though.



Pattern recognition, Lukasz Wierzbowski


She won’t set herself on fire for me, anymore.


Les produits de l’epicerie

(via collecte-d)


Dept. of Sidekicks - a new 11x17 print I’ll have at San Diego Comic Con 2014!
Booth 5250
I’m sharing a booth with Mr Toast this year! 


45 Years After the Moon Landing, We Look Back at the Best Photos from Apollo 11

It was 45 years ago, on July 16th 1969, astronauts Neil ArmstrongBuzz Aldrin and Michael Collins took on what is without a doubt one of the most important endeavors in the history of humankind. Packed together into one of the most incredible pieces of engineering to ever exist, the astronauts of Apollo 11 left Earth’s atmosphere, with hopes of being the first humans to ever step foot on the Moon.

To commemorate the accomplishment many thought was impossible – and to those who still do – we have put together a chronological collection of photos documenting the entire journey. Shared by NASA as part of their Project Apollo Archive, these images are just a few from the vast archive of medium format, 35mm, and 16mm frames captured throughout the Apollo missions.

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The Sky And The Ground, for Remy Charlip


Loop Findr

Software developed by Collin Burger can automatically locate loops in video to create perfect GIFs - video embedded below:

Loop Findr is a tool that automatically finds loops in videos so you can turn them into seamless gifs.

Since their creation in 1987, animated GIFs have become one of the most popular means of expression on the Internet. They have evolved into their own artistic medium due to their ability to capture a particular feeling and the format’s portable nature. Loop Findr seeks to usher in a new era of seamless GIFs created from loops found in the videos the populate the Internet. Loop Findr is a tool that automatically finds these loops so users can turn them into GIFs that can then be shared all over the Web.

You can find out more background about the project here

There is also a loopfindr Tumblr blog which has examples and links to download the software (Mac only) here


'When death is there, dying is over.' (Russian proverb)