The Ballad of the Blonde Streak.

wired:

The concept is bizarre, combining a building material from the time of Julius Caesar with a Jetsons aesthetic, but the approach has already worked before.

This newly-revived technique could provide low-cost housing for refugees and displaced people, and generally provide architects with a cost-effective way to explore convex construction.

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mea-aloha:

surfursparadise:

eastcoastcollegekid:

Take me here

venice will be my next destination 

this is the best thing i’ve ever seen holy shit i can’t stop watching it 

mea-aloha:

surfursparadise:

eastcoastcollegekid:

Take me here

venice will be my next destination 

this is the best thing i’ve ever seen holy shit i can’t stop watching it 

runcowboyrun:

teamfreekickass:

DRUNK HISTORY IS THE BEST SHOW

THEY LITTERALLY INVITE HISTORIANS OVER AND GET THEM DRUNK AS FUCK. THEN THEY HAVE THEM TELL A STORY ABOUT HISTORY, AND HAVE ACTORS ACT IT OUT.

LIKE 

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This show is so fucking fantastic. I don’t know what it is about watching people get shitfaced inebriated to the point of just fall over all while telling  a ram-shackled version of history that is so damn entertaining, but man… it is.

kuinexs:

Christopher Mckenney surrealist photography.

castielangelofthetrenchcoats:

i swear, sometimes i just want to quit this website because of how ignorant some people are

People are getting out of hand. Let’s make it okay to be normal again.


The prop book from the beginning of the Disney film Sleeping Beauty (1959) (via)

The prop book from the beginning of the Disney film Sleeping Beauty (1959) (via)

jeannepompadour:

Effigies of William de Botreaux, 3rd Baron Botreaux(d.1462) and his first wife Elizabeth Beaumont

jeannepompadour:

Lady Rolle, wife of John Rolle, 1st Baron Rolle, in her peerage robes by Thomas Lawrence, c. 1796

jeannepompadour:

Lady Rolle, wife of John Rolle, 1st Baron Rolle, in her peerage robes by Thomas Lawrence, c. 1796

jeannepompadour:

"A Swedish Fairy Tale" by Carl Larsson, 1897

jeannepompadour:

"A Swedish Fairy Tale" by Carl Larsson, 1897