water and milk
oil on linen
to show thinness in wide strokes
"How the Media Failed Women in 2013," courtesy of Miss Representation. This is mind-boggling and you must watch it right now.
Boku no Natsuyasumi (ぼくのなつやすみ, lit. “My Summer Vacation”) is a video game developed by Millennium Kitchen and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation. It is part of the popular Boku no Natsuyasumi series and was released in Japan on June 22, 2000. A PlayStation Portable port was released on June 27, 2006. The port features updated graphics and several new characters.
The game involves a boy’s summer vacation with his aunt and uncle in Japan’s wooded countryside and the daily adventures he encounters there. The player controls him for the 31 days of August 1975. You explore the game’s area and can catch bugs and pit them against each other, collect bottle caps, fly a kite, or just relax.
god i really wanna play this
ME 2 ;_;
I think this actually the best thing that’s ever been on my dash
DID THAT ACTUALLY JUST FUCKGIN HAPPEN
This Thursday, December 5th Spoke Art in San Francisco, California will present “The Moleskine Project III.” Co-curated between artist Rodrigo Luff and Spoke Art the third annual event will feature over 50 international artists presenting work completed inside Moleskine sketchbooks. Below is a huge sneak peek at this years fantastic looking show (Artists above: Nimit Malavia, Marguerite Sauvage, Ana Bagayan and So Youn Lee):
Good morning! Perspective - a 240-year-old programmable robot has better penmanship than I do. Swiss craftsmanship.
//J-Dubstep. You will never know what sleep is after this.