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Jul 27, 2014 / 188,366 notes
Jul 27, 2014 / 173,361 notes
bridgemcgidge:

shercockandmycrotch:


everyone needs a waving snail on their blog

i feel that if I scroll past this and don’t reblog it the snail is going to look to the ground and cry

that comment
im sold
gotta do it now
Jul 23, 2014 / 1,726,058 notes

bridgemcgidge:

shercockandmycrotch:

everyone needs a waving snail on their blog

i feel that if I scroll past this and don’t reblog it the snail is going to look to the ground and cry

that comment

im sold

gotta do it now

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Jul 23, 2014 / 66,974 notes

ace-enjolras:

I don’t think writers realize that “strong female character” means “well written female character” and not “female character who punches stuff and shoots stuff”

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Jul 15, 2014 / 14,545 notes

It’s been 3 years since the last Harry Potter movie was released.

harrypottergif:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 was released on July 15, 2011.

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streetartglobal:

Cleverly titled ‘Music Online’, this piece by Bordalo II - Bordalo Segundo from Portugal shows why we think his work is brilliant. More at http://globalstreetart.com/bordalo-ii.
Jul 14, 2014 / 37 notes

streetartglobal:

Cleverly titled ‘Music Online’, this piece by Bordalo II - Bordalo Segundo from Portugal shows why we think his work is brilliant. More at http://globalstreetart.com/bordalo-ii.

Jul 14, 2014 / 76,209 notes

thehystericalsociety:

Boogeymen - part of a series of eerie stereoviews - dated 1923 (Via)

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Jul 14, 2014 / 1,983 notes

archiemcphee:

The Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders can’t stop marveling at the impeccably detailed, impossibly tiny miniature food created by Rochester, MN-based artist Kim of fairchildart. From fruit and veggies to mouthwatering main courses, tantalizing sweets, and even a cannibal’s feast, all of Kim’s 1:12 scale food sculptures are handmade using polymer clay, needles, colored chalk pastels, rocks, razor blades and awesome attention to detail.

"I started out in July of 2008 with a book by Sue Heaser called Making Doll’s House Miniatures with Polymer Clay. It’s a fantastic book with very easy to follow tutorials on everything from miniature potatoes to Tiffany style lamps. I was amazed at how such simple clay techniques could produce incredibly realistic results. From there I started using pictures of real food as a reference and it’s spiraled into an obsession ever since!”

When asked how she manages to make her miniature food look so realistic, Kim says that secret to her success is: “a good dose of artistic masochism and being a stickler for details.”

Click here to view lots more of Kim’s fantastically food miniatures.

She also has pieces available for purchase via the fairchildart Etsy shop.

[via DeMilked]

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