whatevv.

"…EXPLOSION OF PUSS IN MY MOUTH." *grunts*

LMFAOOO!

Bear Grylls Eats Giant Camel Spider (by TheM0vieG0er)

This truly a wonderful video. A look at what it is like at Studio Ghibli and the hard work it takes to create epic movies like Spirited Away. I think it is honorable that this studio continues to practice hand drawn animation. And the way the studio works together is amazing, the amount of respect, and work ethic…Miyazaki cooks dinner once all the scenes are finished as thanks is just the sweetest thing and would rarely or never happen in most other successful studios. This, in my opinion shows the values and traditions that are put into every Miyazaki film are mirrored in their own lives.  

Behind The Scenes Of “Spirited Away” (Part 2) (by AnimDesk Studio)

If you would like to see the first part of the Behind The Scenes movie go here: 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLmxKJjas0s&feature=endscreen

ONE OF MY FUCKING FAVS SERIOUSLY. ANDRE KILLED IT ON HIS VERSE.

Fonzworth Bentley - Everybody (2008) ft Kayne West,Andre3000 (by Ya2n_35)

Wall sculptures made by Chris Haas! They are pretty fucking bad ass. I like how they all have different names that suit their personalty.

check out all of them here: http://www.haastyleart.com/sculptures2.html

Just a thought…

A REALLY FUCKING AMAZING THOUGHT. 

minkar-higarna:

But, what if Nintendo and Miyazaki were to collaborate and make a Zelda game?

In my opinion, that game could possibly blow every other Zelda game out of the water. Not just Ocarina of Time, not just Skyward Sword. All of them, every one of them, right out of the water. Just a thought…

freakfreakies:

10 Posters Minimalistas de Películas de Miyazaki

A series of photographs that document the urban decay of many different buildings in the city of Detroit and Theaters that have been abandoned in cities all across the U.S. I love the concept I am personally obsessed with old places, objects, cities and tend to have most of my photos be macro images of textures found in places like this. 

By Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre

ohmyasian:

(viamyedol)

2733. Gangnam Style Paper Machine. by Kamibox. Still not sick of Gangnam Style? Then why not build yourself a paper PSY and watch him dance until your heart’s content… I’m not even going to try and hide the fact that I want one of these on my desk.

Le Voyage dans la lune (A Trip to the Moon) is a 1902 French silent science fiction film, written and directed by Georges Méliès.

LIFE=DECISIONS

I have become a person that can’t make up my mind on anything these days…do I stay or do I go? Do I cut my hair really short or do I trim it? Should I eat now or later? I suddenly realize how many fucking decisions it takes to get through the day.

LMAO I REMEMBER THIS FUCKING EPISODE HAHAH THIS HAS DEF HAPPEND TO ME LOL

NIIICE

I MEAN JUST THE FUCKING BEST.

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 artist Angela Singer

  1. Deorfrith III 2006 Vintage recycled taxidermy with mixed media
  2. Detail from Dead Eyed series 2010 Vintage recycled taxidermy stag, vintage jewels
  3. Detail from Dead-Eyed series, 2010  idem
  4. Deofrith 2001 recycled taxidermy mixed media 

“New Zealand artist Angela Singer explores the atavistic notion of the hunt, and its trophies. Like some women’s taste for fur, the hunt represents a regressive desire to reconnect with the instinctual animal self, particularly as a means to release repressed notions of conventional gender roles, in this case, man as primordial hunter. Singer uses taxidermy to present the pathetic (and actually quite bathetic) results of these primitive urges which, apart from what they imply for the animal, are so out of pace with contemporary notions of decorum, representing instead a striving for instinctual authenticity that approaches kitsch. Singer’s animal trophies evince an almost unbearable sense of realism..Contemporary mythologies of the animal are somehow fused with this sense of imminent mourning, along with a renewed curiosity in animal alterity.”

so cute C:

ohmyasian:

(via pulmonaire)

2720. Starbucks Illustrations by Tomoko Shintani. Check these out, they’re SO cute and creative!