infinite corpse

red-lipstick:

Marion Fayolle (b. 1988, Ardèche, France) - Solitude, 2013      Drawings
red-lipstick:

Marion Fayolle (b. 1988, Ardèche, France) - Solitude, 2013      Drawings

red-lipstick:

Marion Fayolle (b. 1988, Ardèche, France) - Solitude, 2013      Drawings

northwezt:

Natural Bridges State Beach
Santa Cruz, CA (July 2, 2014)
northwezt:

Natural Bridges State Beach
Santa Cruz, CA (July 2, 2014)

northwezt:

Natural Bridges State Beach

Santa Cruz, CA (July 2, 2014)

soulofacityy:

i’ve noticed that a lot of people confuse “respects women” with “respects women they consider respectable”.  

red-lipstick:

Hollis Brown Thornton (b. 1976, Aiken, SC, USA) - 1986, 2010 Collage: Pigment Transfer on Paper
red-lipstick:

Hollis Brown Thornton (b. 1976, Aiken, SC, USA) - 1986, 2010 Collage: Pigment Transfer on Paper

red-lipstick:

Hollis Brown Thornton (b. 1976, Aiken, SC, USA) - 1986, 2010 Collage: Pigment Transfer on Paper

dbreunig:

Colin Campbell, writing for Polygon:

Created by Upper One Games in association with the Cook Inlet Tribal Council, [Never Alone] is inspired by the people who have lived in Alaska for many thousands of years, surviving through a closeness to their unforgiving environment. It is difficult for many of us, cosseted by technology and a complex society, to appreciate their worldview. This game allows us to glimpse life in a new way.

The CITC sees this video game as a way to defend their culture, by telling the rest of us that the Inupiat exist and that they have value. The story underpinning Never Alone is one of survival, not just of the girl Nuna (the word means ‘Land’) but also of where she is from.

The game begins with a narrator speaking in Inupiat, a language of striking beauty and resonance. Its art style is taken from Alaska Native scrimshaw carvings. There is a deep attention to detail in the way the snow, ice and frigid water is portrayed. Strange creatures appear, from their ancient myths. The levels are based on stories handed down from one generation to the next, stories about survival , interdependence, resiliency and inter-generational exchange, the idea that wisdom can be exchanged between young and old, between humans of every stripe.

This type of collaboration should be the future of anthropology.

shikarius:

Dad’s gotten 1000% better talking about periods since we started using Shark Week euphemisms:

"Ah, it’s Shark Week?" = "Ah, you started your period?"

"Harpoons on deck?" = "Do you have enough pads/tampons/etc?"

"Chum stocks are holding?" = "Do you need chocolate/midol?"

"Supplies are low cap’n" = "Yes, please."

"What kind (of shark) is it?" = "How do you feel?"

  • "It’s a Nurse Shark" = "I’m fine/not bad"
  • "GREAT WHITE OFF THE STARBOARD BOW" = "FUCKING OW"
juniorskeptictumblorg:

Puppycat is so sassy! just a bit of fan animation based on natazilla t-shirt design for welovefineshirts
Bee and Puppycat is such a great show and I cant wait for the new series!
Im still working on my pixel art/animation. slowly getting there… maybe.
juniorskeptictumblorg:

Puppycat is so sassy! just a bit of fan animation based on natazilla t-shirt design for welovefineshirts
Bee and Puppycat is such a great show and I cant wait for the new series!
Im still working on my pixel art/animation. slowly getting there… maybe.
juniorskeptictumblorg:

Puppycat is so sassy! just a bit of fan animation based on natazilla t-shirt design for welovefineshirts
Bee and Puppycat is such a great show and I cant wait for the new series!
Im still working on my pixel art/animation. slowly getting there… maybe.

juniorskeptictumblorg:

Puppycat is so sassy! just a bit of fan animation based on natazilla t-shirt design for welovefineshirts

Bee and Puppycat is such a great show and I cant wait for the new series!

Im still working on my pixel art/animation. slowly getting there… maybe.

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