midcenturymodernfreak:

HAPPY EASTER!!! - midcenturymodernfreak
1946 Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Showgirl Bunny - Via

midcenturymodernfreak:

HAPPY EASTER!!! - midcenturymodernfreak

1946 Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Showgirl Bunny - Via

Wow. I’d love to credit this.

Wow. I’d love to credit this.

(Source: 100newfears, via madfuture)

theatlanticcities:

This Sunday marks the four-year anniversary of the BP oil spill. Daniel Beltrá, one of the first photographers on the scene, has given his blessing to run some of his Gulf photos.

theatlanticcities:

This Sunday marks the four-year anniversary of the BP oil spill. Daniel Beltrá, one of the first photographers on the scene, has given his blessing to run some of his Gulf photos.

(via theatlantic)

redhousecanada:

bluepueblo:
Valley Village, Iceland
photo via griottes

redhousecanada:

bluepueblo:

Valley Village, Iceland

photo via griottes

(via boardsofhamburg)

directedbychuckjones:

Drawings of musicians in the orchestra by Chuck Jones that he did during the recording session for his 1966 television special, “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas.” Graphite on 12 field animation paper.

(via mudwerks)

aubreylstallard:

Theresa Pfarr

aubreylstallard:

Theresa Pfarr

(Source: ensorcelme)

smrynlds:

Note et Silence Postcard /Makoto Kamimura

Lovely.

(Source: nothingtochance)

laneylovelust06:

Don’t want you anymore. You’re unattractive.

laneylovelust06:

Don’t want you anymore. You’re unattractive.

(Source: arctidae)

laneylovelust06:

The Grand Budapest Hotel

laneylovelust06:

The Grand Budapest Hotel

UrbanExposureCPL (via city by night series | Flickr)

UrbanExposureCPL (via city by night series | Flickr)

phillipdvorak:

"rrose is a rose (madrigal)" - one of my photographic collages. I use my own photographs on these; the title is a reference to Marcel Duchamp’s "Rrose Selavy."

phillipdvorak:

"rrose is a rose (madrigal)" - one of my photographic collages. I use my own photographs on these; the title is a reference to Marcel Duchamp’s "Rrose Selavy."

kateoplis:

A Ghost Heart, ready to be injected with a transplant recipient’s stem cells so a new heart — one that won’t be rejected — can be grown.
"Take a pig heart, soak it in an ingredient commonly found in shampoo and wash away the cells until you’re left with a protein scaffold that is to a heart what two-by-four framing is to a house.
Then inject that ghost heart, as it’s called, with hundreds of millions of blood or bone-marrow stem cells from a person who needs a heart transplant, place it in a bioreactor - a box with artificial lungs and tubes that pump oxygen and blood into it - and wait as the ghost heart begins to mature into a new, beating human heart.
Doris Taylor, director of regenerative medicine research at the Texas Heart Institute at St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital in Houston, has been working on this — first using rat hearts, then pig hearts and human hearts — for years. …
'The nice thing about this technology,' Taylor says, 'is that it will work with any organ or tissue. So it's not just about hearts.'”
Ghost heart [spectacularuniverse]

kateoplis:

A Ghost Heart, ready to be injected with a transplant recipient’s stem cells so a new heart — one that won’t be rejected — can be grown.

"Take a pig heart, soak it in an ingredient commonly found in shampoo and wash away the cells until you’re left with a protein scaffold that is to a heart what two-by-four framing is to a house.

Then inject that ghost heart, as it’s called, with hundreds of millions of blood or bone-marrow stem cells from a person who needs a heart transplant, place it in a bioreactor - a box with artificial lungs and tubes that pump oxygen and blood into it - and wait as the ghost heart begins to mature into a new, beating human heart.

Doris Taylor, director of regenerative medicine research at the Texas Heart Institute at St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital in Houston, has been working on this — first using rat hearts, then pig hearts and human hearts — for years. …

'The nice thing about this technology,' Taylor says, 'is that it will work with any organ or tissue. So it's not just about hearts.'”

Ghost heart [spectacularuniverse]

(via agnidasein)

Elisa Strozyk

Wooden. Rugs. Rolls those two words around in your mind hole for a minute or two. German artist Elisa Strozyk has created three variations of these delightful coverings. Strozyk dyes and connects row upon row of triangular pieces as she pulls together the end result of a colored wooden rug, which is so flexible that you can literally crumple it up and toss it into a corner. (via Design Milk)

(Source: -l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s, via bastardette)

mentaltimetraveller:

Jan Schoonhoven

mentaltimetraveller:

Jan Schoonhoven

(via theimmaculatearchive)