twigprinceart:

respect gender identities 

twigprinceart:

respect gender identities 

(vía rubikrain)


School ripped the passion I had for writing out of my soul and buried it in a pile of shit a million miles away. And that’s the thing - school is meant to make you flourish - it’s supposed to reach deep into your mind and fill your head with passion, knowledge, education. Yet I spend my nights with my overused notebook open, pages seeping with endless memories and turmoil suffered over the years, and I am afraid that if I write something incorrectly, I’ll get a bad grade. My mind has been corrupted by an infinite amount of stimulus and criteria, so much so that I can’t even write one, simple word. I can’t write about my own experiences, my own pain or my own happiness. School has fucked me so many times. I lack passion and the desire to live. I’ll never be the person to say that school handed me the best years of my life. It’s stolen my life.
// An Eager Year 12 Student. (via avvfvl)

(vía avvfvl)


roseellendix:

Oh. My. God. 


visitamitumblr:

Esto es una molécula de kinesina, una proteína motora, acarreando una vesícula a lo largo de un filamento de actina.
¿No es genial la biología?
Vía John Liebler at Art of the Cell

visitamitumblr:

Esto es una molécula de kinesina, una proteína motora, acarreando una vesícula a lo largo de un filamento de actina.

¿No es genial la biología?

Vía John Liebler at Art of the Cell

(vía itskoopatime)






typeworship:

London Loop
I spotted this fun motion graphic over on Herbert Frost’s blog, who translated the German calligraphy notes that I posted yesterday (thanks again Herbert!)
The above animation, by Al Boardman, is part of a longer 100 second film called ‘8 Great things to do in London’. The British designer’s blog is full of cool little animations, some for fun, some part of wider projects.
What is equally impressive is his achievements as a rock climber and mountaineer:

Al has summitted several previously unclimbed mountains. One of which is in Central Asia and, in an interview with the BBC, revealed that he was naming the peak after his grandmother. The rest of Al’s family are still waiting for him to make more first ascents and to name the peaks after them, which is awkward.

typeworship:

London Loop

I spotted this fun motion graphic over on Herbert Frost’s blog, who translated the German calligraphy notes that I posted yesterday (thanks again Herbert!)

The above animation, by Al Boardman, is part of a longer 100 second film called ‘8 Great things to do in London’. The British designer’s blog is full of cool little animations, some for fun, some part of wider projects.

What is equally impressive is his achievements as a rock climber and mountaineer:

Al has summitted several previously unclimbed mountains. One of which is in Central Asia and, in an interview with the BBC, revealed that he was naming the peak after his grandmother. The rest of Al’s family are still waiting for him to make more first ascents and to name the peaks after them, which is awkward.


staceythinx:

Plant sculptures by Émeric Chantier

(vía slowartday)


(vía tega-n)


sgdsugar:

A defining moment in children television history.

sgdsugar:

A defining moment in children television history.

(vía itskoopatime)