Honeybadger Posts What He Wants

tsuki-nekota:

aquaticsasquatch:

son of a bitch the fucker knew how many people wanted to be edgemasters the fucking caption is a picture

Sometimes our comments contains important information like references, links, larger views, explanations… And nobody has the right to delete that and make other people miss it.

likeafieldmouse:

Nobuo Sekine - Phases of Nothingness (1969-2014)

nikktheconqueerer:

wake up america

nikktheconqueerer:

wake up america

thedreamingclouds:

"bunny ears" @ easter island.

Easter Island is named as such after the Dutch explorer discovered it on Easter Sunday. WIshing everyone a joyous holiday.

thedreamingclouds:

"bunny ears" @ easter island.

Easter Island is named as such after the Dutch explorer discovered it on Easter Sunday. WIshing everyone a joyous holiday.

avianawareness:

THEY JUST KEEP GETTING BETTER

avianawareness:

THEY JUST KEEP GETTING BETTER

hifructosemag:

littlelimpstiff14u2:

David Harber, UK. Polished stainless steel portal. Awesome!

Every David Harber creation is, in essence, a sculpture.

David is inspired by the abstract qualities of light, shadow, reflection and organic structure, and delights in exploring the juxtaposition of contrasting yet complementary materials.

His latest works are the Heaven and Earth series, combining oxidised and mirror-polished stainless steel to create dramatic and contemporary forms.

- See more at: http://www.davidharber.co.uk/sculpture.htm#sthash.oeH3Ibzc.dpuf

Mirror, mirror, in the woods…

stormphyre:

ltpotter5878:

work from last semester 

I looove swoopiehandleplatterthings

stormphyre:

ltpotter5878:

work from last semester 

I looove swoopiehandleplatterthings

littlelimpstiff14u2:

Anders Krisár

Krisár’s sculptures – immaculately produced, and often bearing a deliberate blemish that is itself impeccably rendered – are discomfiting, objects of simultaneous horror and beauty. The Birth of Us (Boy) features a child’s torso, marred by the indentation of two adult hand prints; in M the life size figure of a boy is split in two and then rejoined, so that a single figure becomes two halves, severed twins clasping hands.The violence that underpins both these sculptures is a recurring theme and is rendered with care and deliberation, so that it appears both aesthetic and inevitable. The sculptures are uncanny because of the meticulousness with which they are executed; according to Krisár, “I’m a perfectionist because I have to be, it’s not really a choice. And it’s not a striving for satisfaction, it’s rather to avoid pain.”

I especially like the 1st piece, a bronze cast attached to a heat isolator in close proximity to another cast made of beeswax.

http://anderskrisar.com/

coolranchdevitos:

waspsbewaremywrathrawr:

fuks:

SAIL

I PRESSED PLAY JUST AS I WAS TAKING A DRINK AND DIET COKE JUST SHOT OUT MY NOSE. I FEEL LIKE I JUST VOMITED

there are so many layers of humor to appreciate here

the disruption of pleasant relaxing music

the word “sail” being yelled slightly off-beat as if the person filming was planning this and got a little eager

the small child’s laughter in the background

the pianist whispering “shit” to himself as if he only dropped an m&m or something

the foot appearing seemingly out of nowhere

the dedicated pianist falling down with his piano

it’s all so beautiful