Video 30 Jul 5,040 notes


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Video 30 Jul 21 notes


"Personalities first, faces later."

So this looks like the most stupid yet amazing dating show ever. I’m not really one for dating shows but I can at least get onboard with the premise of getting to know someone and make decisions based on their personalities.

But I like how they aren’t even subtle about it. It’s not like they just make them look like different people, or more anonymous. It’s more like “NOPE, you’re a space alien!”

Hot damn. I would totally go out on dates in this format! Of course, they’d likely make me up as some really naff tentacle alien as opposed to some super cool cat demon, but you know what? That’s called a challenge! (Grooms my tentacles)

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Photo 29 Jul 20 notes Doing the dance
Dancing all night long

Doing the dance

Dancing all night long

Photo 29 Jul 21 notes
Video 29 Jul 11,057 notes


Cattoos: Horitomo Tattoo Art!


Horitomo Tattooed Cats

Video 29 Jul 25,962 notes



東京喰種 カネキマスクの作り方 その6






this is hot, I want it

Holy Schnikes!

Video 29 Jul 114,910 notes



I think this is the best set of nudes to ever exists.

This is beautiful. She is beautiful.

Those are the best horror faces she puts on! Pics 15-16 alone are worth this whole series. 

(Source: aellagirl)

Video 27 Jul


In Italian playgrounds a song is chanted that dates back to World War I. This paint on glass animation tells this dark tale of a soldier who returns home from war to find his girlfriend has left him.

Film by Tess Martin

"Tutti Mi Chiaman Mario", traditional, sung by Anna Uberti
with Emily Jane Tolimieri and Vittorio D. Mount

Score by Jason Staczek

Follow this up with the informative interview!

Video 27 Jul 2 notes

Waves of Grain

Images by Keith Skretch
Sound by Ennio Morricone, “The Big Gundown”

To create this strata-cut animation, I planed down a block of wood one layer at a time, photographing it at each pass. The painstaking process revealed a hidden life and motion in the seemingly static grain of the wood, even as the wood itself was reduced to a mound of sawdust.

Nifty film!

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