machomachi:

i really want the avengers and the guardians to meet so i made some dumb doodles

dinkles-shenanigans:

the more I think about my past self the more I

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wetheurban:

FASHION: 16-year-old Dresses As Every Culture & Counterculture of the Last 100 Years

Have you ever wondered what you might have looked like as a hippie in the 70s or as a flapper in the roaring 20s?

16-year-old Ohio State University student Annalisa Hartlaub has, which is why she created a series of photos that send her back in time to flaunt some of the most notable fashions of the last century.

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to-b-or-not-221b:

This is the best thing I have heard all week.

momo33me:

This is another tool by which colonisers destroy the people they aim to eradicate: prevent education, make sure they are reduced to the absolute bare minimum and then to nothing, take away their dignity, humanity and future. Israel is as calculating and as evil as they come.!!

momo33me:

This is another tool by which colonisers destroy the people they aim to eradicate: prevent education, make sure they are reduced to the absolute bare minimum and then to nothing, take away their dignity, humanity and future. Israel is as calculating and as evil as they come.!!

asylum-art:

Watch ‘Laser Makeup’ Transform This Model’s Face In Real-Time - Nobumichi Asai

Discover after the text the VIDEO

No, this isn’t CGI.

Here’s a pretty mind-blowing combination of art and technology. 

Using highly precise light projectors, a person’s face can be make to look like it’s being altered in real-time through “Projection-mapping.”

Projection-mapping is the art of focusing light onto an object to give it the illusion of movement and depth.

It can be tough to explain, but an easy way to think about it is to remember what it looks like when someone walks in front of a projector during a movie or presentation.

Besides throwing up a hand to shield their eyes, you momentarily see their face covered by a blurry version of whatever is supposed to be on the screen.

Now imagine if that projector could track a person’s face and cast extremely focused light onto them to change their appearance.

That’s exactly what happens in Nobumichi Asai’s new projection mapping demo, which shows how a model’s face can be transformed using the technology. We first saw the video over at The Verge.

First, the dimensions and contours of the model’s face are scanned into the system. The model wears those tiny dots to allow the system to track her exact movements and position.

Watch the video:

Can you believe they call us criminals when he’s assaulting us with that haircut?

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rafi-dangelo:

We’re not people really.  Our concerns are not America’s concerns.  We are just here for entertainment. We’re a convenient treasure trove of limitless creativity to be pillaged, watered down, and re-purposed for White audiences and the people getting rich from bastardized stereotypes and simplified caricatures of everything we bring to the table have nothing to say when shit gets really real.

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glitterglobe:

important things to remember

  • if someone doesn’t reply to your message they are probably busy, not ignoring you
  • just because someone doesn’t message you first, it doesn’t mean they don’t care about you
  • if someone seems upset or distant they probably aren’t upset at you in particular
  • lots of people love you and you’re not annoying

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crashing-star:

haha just spending the night with the gf (gravity falls)

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humoristics:

A guy once told my lesbian friend that being a lesbian is a huge turn off for guys and that she’ll never find a boyfriend.

ellewroboblog:

From Hark, a Vagrant 

"Sara Josephine Baker (November 15, 1873 – February 22, 1945) was an American physician notable for making contributions to public health, especially in New York City. She is widely credited with saving the lives of 90,000 inner city children and her fight against the damage that widespread urban poverty and ignorance caused to children, especially newborns, is perhaps her most lasting legacy. She is best known for (twice) tracking down the infamous index case known as Typhoid Mary, as well as vastly improving hygiene in the immigrant communities of Hell’s Kitchen. In 1917, she noted that babies born in the United States faced a higher mortality rate than soldiers fighting in World War I, drawing a great deal of attention to her cause." - Wiki