Thursday, July 24, 2014

supernaturalwanderlust:

"Clint Barton, you dummy.”

kenway:

fullmetal alchemist isnt an anime its a religious experience

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lolzforshits:

*gets stuck on a mission in a game* *doesn’t play for another 4234 years*

somniloquy:

The Cloud: An Interactive Thunderstorm in Your House by Richard Clarkson (via shop rc.)

thereal-noah:

What

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schrodingers-tribble:

notyour-sidekick:

deerpong:

there’s something very satisfying about buying office supplies but I’m not quite sure how to explain that feeling

the illusion of productivity

that’s it that’s the feeling

threadless:

What’s that beautiful sound coming from the woods? Why, it’s “Concerto" by 38 Sunsets, one of this week’s newest designs! We asked 38 Sunsets which bands or songs get his creative juices flowing, and here’s what he had to say:
“I am very eclectic in my musical choices. I can listen to French Slammer or ABD AL MALIK (and his absolutely great album “Gibraltar”) next to gorgeous J.S. Bach’s the “Six suites for unaccompanied cello”, followed by French composer Pierre Henry or Junkie XL,  then onto traditional tribal music from Namibia like “Songs of The Ju’hoansi Bushmen” (incredible sounds!) or DJ Krush (OuMuPo 6), and finish my day with Ali Farka Touré. All this great music triggers very positive vibes in my brain and body. And, speaking about Bach and his magic Cello Suites, he played in a loop while I created my illustration “Concerto”.  I love that flowing Cello. Even dangerous spirits of the forest get docile with those sounds.”
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threadless:

What’s that beautiful sound coming from the woods? Why, it’s “Concerto" by 38 Sunsets, one of this week’s newest designs! We asked 38 Sunsets which bands or songs get his creative juices flowing, and here’s what he had to say:

“I am very eclectic in my musical choices. I can listen to French Slammer or ABD AL MALIK (and his absolutely great album “Gibraltar”) next to gorgeous J.S. Bach’s the “Six suites for unaccompanied cello”, followed by French composer Pierre Henry or Junkie XL,  then onto traditional tribal music from Namibia like “Songs of The Ju’hoansi Bushmen” (incredible sounds!) or DJ Krush (OuMuPo 6), and finish my day with Ali Farka Touré. All this great music triggers very positive vibes in my brain and body. And, speaking about Bach and his magic Cello Suites, he played in a loop while I created my illustration “Concerto”.  I love that flowing Cello. Even dangerous spirits of the forest get docile with those sounds.”

Shop this week’s new tees!

The Kingsroad

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northmiamigoon:

THIS IS NOT AN EXAGGERATION I SWEAR

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