My Cloudy Mind
Talented bear
collegehumor:

Stacking Things on Drunk Guy
“End of a bar night in Allston, MA Circa 2006. He passed out cold, sitting up in a chair.”

collegehumor:

Stacking Things on Drunk Guy

“End of a bar night in Allston, MA Circa 2006. He passed out cold, sitting up in a chair.”

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Man Returns Shopping Cart in Flood
There! Now the parking lot looks neat and tidy.

Makes other people look lazy

collegehumor:

Man Returns Shopping Cart in Flood

There! Now the parking lot looks neat and tidy.

Makes other people look lazy

youmightfindyourself:

samsmithdesign: I had this idea for a postcard set for the Belcourt’s Studio Ghibli series and wanted to mock it up for fun. I’ve always wanted to do my own tribute to Penguin’s modern book covers and these were somewhat inspired by them. These were made as a design exercise and are not for commercial use of any kind.

youmightfindyourself:

samsmithdesign: I had this idea for a postcard set for the Belcourt’s Studio Ghibli series and wanted to mock it up for fun. I’ve always wanted to do my own tribute to Penguin’s modern book covers and these were somewhat inspired by them. These were made as a design exercise and are not for commercial use of any kind.

zarifadam:

Mike and Jaime Best

zarifadam:

Mike and Jaime Best

woodendreams:

(by Graham00)
thecatsofpanthera:

Black Jag by sparky2000 on Flickr.
Getting to Know the Father of Modern Chic in Garrison, New York
Right from the get-go, while you’re still padding down the playful woodland path to his home and studio, it’s clear that Russel Wright didn’t take himself—or his guests—too seriously. Visitors to Manitoga (aka The Russel Wright Design Center) must walk the meandering trail, which crosses log bridges and passes mossy patches, to reach Dragon Rock, his lovely home perched on the edge of Quarry Pond. Wright, a famed industrial designer, is recognized for transforming and updating the look of the American home through the mid-1900s. In the name of informal, easy living, he made good design available to the everyman through mass-produced dinnerware, furniture, textiles and appliances (some have described him as the first Martha Stewart). Take a tour of Dragon Rock, and by his lighthearted, ingenious designs be inspired to simplify your life.

Getting to Know the Father of Modern Chic in Garrison, New York

Right from the get-go, while you’re still padding down the playful woodland path to his home and studio, it’s clear that Russel Wright didn’t take himself—or his guests—too seriously. Visitors to Manitoga (aka The Russel Wright Design Center) must walk the meandering trail, which crosses log bridges and passes mossy patches, to reach Dragon Rock, his lovely home perched on the edge of Quarry Pond. Wright, a famed industrial designer, is recognized for transforming and updating the look of the American home through the mid-1900s. In the name of informal, easy living, he made good design available to the everyman through mass-produced dinnerware, furniture, textiles and appliances (some have described him as the first Martha Stewart). Take a tour of Dragon Rock, and by his lighthearted, ingenious designs be inspired to simplify your life.

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Fluid motion is captured as a floral still life in these high-speed photos by Jack Long. The artist keeps mum about his set-up but notes that these are single capture events, not constructed composites. It looks as if the blossoms are created from the impact of a falling fluid with the upward jet that forms the stem. The leaves and vase appear to be created from the upward splashes, but whether those are generated by vibration or dropping an object is unclear. See Long’s Flickr page for more. (Photo credit: Jack Long via Gizmodo)

collegehumor:

Andy Samberg Speaks To, Makes Out with Harvard Students

The highest honor Harvard University can bestow.