I remember saying something about taking a selfie to show off my bangs so here’s that

I have been sick since Wednesday and I’m kind of starting to feel like an actual human again!!
Anonymous sent: say "bear" 97 times and you will become a bear

zdk13eros:

bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear bear 

You are becoming trickier! Your foolery! You fooled me excellently! You fooled me,I am experiencing negative side effects,however! I am not a bear! Get out of my homestead

Anonymous sent: the biggest

zdk13eros:

I am the biggest. 

I am the biggest.

I am the biggest.

Yeah Yeah Yeah.

Praise me

oplik sent: Do you think outer space is cool?

zdk13eros:

I am outer space, and inner space I think.Being the biggest I am the biggest

I am no body since I am text-only I can reach them all, I am endless forever

fezzine:

I’m interrupting our regularly scheduled programming to bring you a piece from Lindsay Nohl! She is the creative genius behind Light Grey Art Lab, Paper Bicycle, and 101 Florals. I was shocked that she wanted to contribute to this considering how booked she is with amazing projects, but so thrilled that she did (and honored)!

I love this piece for the colors and the textures and how freaking cute Gomez is in this! Since it’s her birthday today, I’m throwing in a Wednesday post and will still post another piece tomorrow morning! Thanks for this one, Lindsay!

(P.S. extra cool layer - she wrote a sort of unidentifiable version of FEZ’s alphabet as a way to convey how it feels to play the game the first time when you can’t really read the language. So cool!)

sleepy0wl:

Hi!! I’ve never really tried environments so I wanted to start playing with them. I’m gonna have this available as a print at MoCCA if you’re going! 

peachpup:

google image results for “fire escape garden”

alberteinsteinofficial:

becomming:

xlizardx:

Apparently this is "The clearest photo of Mercury ever taken."

why isnt everyone getting so excited about this, it is literally another planet look at how beautiful it is stop what your doing and look at how alien like this planet is what is living there oh my god mercury

and guess what in space they pick categories when they have a lot of things to name like the craters on mercury. the category for naming them is after deceased artists

plays

bofurs-wife:

heirtotheholyringsofbetazed:

stagmachine:

watch this irish man get tragically crushed by adorable sneezing baby seals

(Source: xtoxictears)

jill-bird:

You see Spongebob,
It’s a metaphor. You put the killing thing right between your teeth, but never give it the power to kill you.

ghostier:

rockin queen

(Source: BuzzFeed)

Super cute Mori girl style cotton socks with lace trim. Choose from blossom or polka dots patterns.

jiyongs-g-thong:

this is the complete opposite to a problem

(Source: kogumarecord)

instagram:

#fourpartpoems with @emolabs

For more photos from Tony’s life and poetry, follow @emolabs on Instagram.

For Texas Instagrammer Tony Ciampa (@emolabs), Instagram serves as a place where images and creative writing come together as a form of self-expression.

After moving to Texas from his native Boston, Massachusetts, Tony took to Instagram to make friends and build a community of his own—and his photos reflect their adventures together. It wasn’t until later when his experiments in poetry began.

"It was a Saturday night, and a girl I was having a fling with wasn’t texting me back, so I was just sitting out on a hill that overlooks the skyline drinking a beer. It felt like this quintessential moment in the life of a young adult, so I wrote down what was in my head, took a photo and posted it," Tony explains. "It was the first poem I’d written since high school, so it was really cool for me to see people respond positively to it." With that post, Tony’s #fourpartpoems series was born, and he’s posted a poem every day since.

As for his aesthetic, handwritten poems photographed in front of sweeping landscapes, Tony cites another artist on Instagram for the initial inspiration. “I follow @lidiagulyas on Instagram, and the photo style comes from her. She does a lot of hand lettering and in one of her photos from a few months ago she had written the phrase ‘I want you’ in a notebook and held it out in front of an out of focus cityscape. It was so moody and really stuck with me.”

Tony writes all of the poems himself, first pouring out his emotions from the day through free writing, then distilling out his rhymes from there. “In my mind,” he says “that keeps the emotion as authentic as possible.” He then embellishes them with line drawings and sets up his photo before dusk, his self-imposed deadline for posting his work.