brutalgeneration:

Fallen redwood (by Aindrila)

brutalgeneration:

Fallen redwood (by Aindrila)

Reblogged from The Golden Birdcage

christopherjonesart:

filmaholicsanonymous:

Batman (Leslie H. Martinson, 1966)

That’s some fine detective work there.

One of my favorite scenes from the Batman 1966 movie. The crazy wordplay logic gets me every time.

mymodernmet:

Victoria, British Columbia-based artist duo Andreas Kunert and Naomi Zettl create gorgeous, flowing wall installations out of stone. The husband and wife, who own their own stonework design, consulting, and sculpting firm called Ancient Art of Stone, specialize in building murals, fireplaces, and other stunning mosaic patterns from a wide array of rocks and pebbles.

Hometown represent!

Reblogged from The Golden Birdcage

idterab:

Yuanyang rice terraces, China

Reblogged from whine & dine.
Reblogged from mexicanfoodporn
Trying so hard, I swear.

Trying so hard, I swear.

Teeny Tweety

Teeny Tweety

Reblogged from The Golden Birdcage
… the socialization of boys regarding masculinity is often at the expense of women. I came to realize that we don’t raise boys to be men, we raise them not to be women (or gay men). We teach boys that girls and women are “less than” and that leads to violence by some and silence by many. It’s important for men to stand up to not only stop men’s violence against women but, to teach young men a broader definition of masculinity that includes being empathetic, loving and non-violent.
Don McPherson, former NFL quarterback, feminist and educator
Reblogged from [S] Amie: Ascend