urhajos:

Celeste Byers

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nybg:

My kingdom for a clip of Zsa Zsa Gabor saying “Daaaaaahlia.”

nybg:

My kingdom for a clip of Zsa Zsa Gabor saying “Daaaaaahlia.”

nevver:

“If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint.”
Edward Hopper

ifimeanalottoyou:

Drugs Under The Microscope

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supersonicart:

Matt Moore’s Earthy Mandalas.

Artist Matt Moore recently spent a residency at Summit on Powder Mountain in Eden, Utah where he created these lovely mandalas from gathering objects from his surroundings.  The resulting natural sculptures are breathtaking.  See more below:

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nevver:

Buzzwords illustrated, ONO Creates

papermagazine:

Tuesday motto.

papermagazine:

Tuesday motto.

sirmitchell:

The SDCC SUPERpac. Some of my favorite SUPERs to date, in one nifty pack. Available at booth #2743

sirmitchell:

The SDCC SUPERpac. Some of my favorite SUPERs to date, in one nifty pack. Available at booth #2743

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nevver:

Berlin

reportagebygettyimages:

Syria’s Women of War

These are the members of the only all-female fighting unit in the war-torn Syrian city of Aleppo, photographed by Reportage’s Sebastiano Tomada in March of this year. They said they had come together to augment the fighting power of the Free Syrian Army. “Women are fighting on all the fronts now,” a female activist told Sebastiano. “Women often transport weapons and supplies for rebels as they are less likely to be searched at army and security checkpoints.”

This series was recently awarded first prize by the jury of PX3: Prix de la Photographie Paris, the exhibition for which was held last week. See more of Sebastiano’s work on the Reportage website.

ilovecharts:

The US Geological Survey published a global geologic map of Mars this month, based on an unprecedented variety, quality, and quantity of remotely sensed data.
Click through for a larger image. The source is here, with a legend here.

ilovecharts:

The US Geological Survey published a global geologic map of Mars this month, based on an unprecedented variety, quality, and quantity of remotely sensed data.

Click through for a larger image. The source is here, with a legend here.