Rebloggin'

myampgoesto11:

Styles of Russian folk painting by Sasha Vinogradova | Prints available at Society6 

carinteriors:

1955 Porsche 356A

carinteriors:

1955 Porsche 356A

cracked:

The 20 Most Amazing People You’ve Never Heard Of
explore-blog:

One woman discovers a gorgeous collection of geometric embroidered temari spheres made by her 88-year-old grandmother.

explore-blog:

One woman discovers a gorgeous collection of geometric embroidered temari spheres made by her 88-year-old grandmother.

inebriatedpony:

insanosylum:

i tried so hard not to reblog this but in the end i lost to the fabulous 

How can one not reblog the fabulous Fuhrer?

inebriatedpony:

insanosylum:

i tried so hard not to reblog this but in the end i lost to the fabulous 

How can one not reblog the fabulous Fuhrer?

thisistheverge:

Artists design iconic architecture using only gingerbread and candy
The designs of such architects as Frank Lloyd Wright and I.M. Pei are unmistakable — most people would recognize the Louvre or Guggenheim Museum anywhere and in any medium. For better or worse, so is the Candyland-esque aesthetic of the gingerbread houses people see around the holidays. Artists Henry Hargreaves and Caitlin Levin decided to play with those ideas, recreating famous museums and galleries from around the world using only gingerbread and candy. 

thisistheverge:

Artists design iconic architecture using only gingerbread and candy

The designs of such architects as Frank Lloyd Wright and I.M. Pei are unmistakable — most people would recognize the Louvre or Guggenheim Museum anywhere and in any medium. For better or worse, so is the Candyland-esque aesthetic of the gingerbread houses people see around the holidays. Artists Henry Hargreaves and Caitlin Levin decided to play with those ideas, recreating famous museums and galleries from around the world using only gingerbread and candy. 

theatlantic:

The Most Important Economic Stories of 2013—in 37 Graphs

A record year for stocks. A meh year for wages. A weird year for Wall Street.
Read more.

theatlantic:

The Most Important Economic Stories of 2013—in 37 Graphs

A record year for stocks. A meh year for wages. A weird year for Wall Street.

Read more.

npr:

Whatever happened on Easter Island, it wasn’t good. Polynesians landed there, farmed, thrived, built their famous statues, and then things went very bad, very fast. Sixteen million trees vanished. What happened?

npr:

Whatever happened on Easter Island, it wasn’t good. Polynesians landed there, farmed, thrived, built their famous statues, and then things went very bad, very fast. Sixteen million trees vanished. What happened?

film-dot-com:

AGUIRRE: THE WRATH OF GOD
fact: one of the greatest movie gifs there was or ever will be.
to make it topical, pretend that the monkey is Marc Forster and Klaus Kinski is the WORLD WAR Z franchise.

film-dot-com:

AGUIRRE: THE WRATH OF GOD

fact: one of the greatest movie gifs there was or ever will be.

to make it topical, pretend that the monkey is Marc Forster and Klaus Kinski is the WORLD WAR Z franchise.

cracked:

Why can’t other cultures be normal and throw toilet paper over trees?
5 Terrifying Festivals You Won’t Believe Are Legal

#5. Dosojin Matsuri — Get Drunk and Commit Arson for Religion
Held every January 15, Dosojin Matsuri starts with villagers in Nozawa Onsen, Japan, building a 60-foot fort on the edge of town. Isn’t that nice? For once they’re celebrating by building something, rather than tearing it down in a drunken rage. Then the villagers see how quickly they can replace their blood with sake, light up some torches, and start a-marchin’. Their goal is to take that beautiful building they literally just constructed and make that motherfucker burn.

Read More

cracked:

Why can’t other cultures be normal and throw toilet paper over trees?

5 Terrifying Festivals You Won’t Believe Are Legal

#5. Dosojin Matsuri — Get Drunk and Commit Arson for Religion

Held every January 15, Dosojin Matsuri starts with villagers in Nozawa Onsen, Japan, building a 60-foot fort on the edge of town. Isn’t that nice? For once they’re celebrating by building something, rather than tearing it down in a drunken rage. Then the villagers see how quickly they can replace their blood with sake, light up some torches, and start a-marchin’. Their goal is to take that beautiful building they literally just constructed and make that motherfucker burn.

Read More