MY ULTIMATE FORM
PREPARE YOURSELVES actually no I’m just gonna run away
once i had a dream that my cat was working at mcdonalds w/ me and she had a lil uniform and she kept getting fur in the fries and everyone was yelling at me and saying “ur cat sucks on fries” and i was like “shes just a cat give her a break!” and i woke up crying
i’m in love
There are no Deadpool cosplayers. Deadpool sometimes just breaks the 4th wall to show up at conventions.
reblogging again because of the waldo gif
Harp by Augusta Savage.
My all time favorite sculpture by Savage. Just amazing, profound, hopeful and joyous. That’s understandable since it’s based on the song “Lift Every Voice and Sing” by James Weldon Johnson.
Unfortunately, this (like most of her art) is no longer with us. It was destroyed with most of the art after the 1939 New York World’s Fair was closed. Any artist who couldn’t afford to have their works moved saw their works destroyed. You can imagine the financing issues a Black artist in those days had to deal with.
Nevertheless, very happy that we were blessed to have her with us and share her works with us all. We are the better for it.
I’ve always liked the literal interpretation of bedroom.
"I used to be 425 lbs. Now I work for a nonprofit that promotes physical activity and nutrition in schools."
"What’s one piece of nutrition advice?"
"Here’s what I tell the kids: ‘If you can’t pronounce the ingredients on the label, you shouldn’t be eating it.’"
Long before Photoshop existed, Lynn G. Fayman was creating vibrant, abstract photographic images. He utilized the short-lived Kodak Flexichrome process to produce works more akin to painting than traditional photography.
Jungle Rain Forest, 1949 (printed 2013)
and Machinery Movement, 1949
Lynn G. Fayman Archives, Museum of Photographic Arts
Learn more at mopa.org/lynn-fayman
i tried to trap the repo man by moving him in my sim’s pool, but he just swam through the floorboards and right out the door…