i'm pretty wired.

my name is megan. art stuff, writing stuff, and not enough warren zevon.
very bad tweets @Muschifurz

shaidis:

from FC #4.
Crossover Bioshock Infinite + Turgor (The void). Elizabeth as one of Turgor sisters. Her colors are: amber and azure.
Flat brush~ ♥

shaidis:

from FC #4.

Crossover Bioshock Infinite + Turgor (The void). Elizabeth as one of Turgor sisters. Her colors are: amber and azure.

Flat brush~ ♥

miragemari:

Yani and Lattice. The Void fan art

miragemari:

Yani and Lattice.
The Void fan art

j0hnlemm0n:

skills i have mastered

  • not texting back
  • procrastinating
  • painting my nails like a blind pre-schooler
  • sleeping a lot
  • being single

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6000 WORDS IN 25 HOURS

SUCK MY WANG

a practical guide to becoming a true pun master

animeteen:

  1. accept that no pun is actually Good, but that the true nature of a good pun is to be so terrible that it becomes good.
  2. say every pun that occurs to you. i’m so serious about this, sometimes the most well received puns will be ones you considered not saying.
  3. ALWAYS laugh at your own puns, even if nobody else is. (especially if nobody else is.)
  4. know that you are hilarious. puns are a limitless resource and you have taken it as your duty to bring this gift to humanity. you are a hero.

(Source: kiluas, via amazinglybad)

supersonicart:

Chiara Bautista.

Illustrations and paintings by Chiara Bautista (Previously on Supersonic) who is from Tucson, Arizona:

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supersonicart:

Lenka Simeckova, Dark Illustrations.

Dark and ghostly illustrations by Czech artist Lenka Simeckova:

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ancientpeoples:

Necklace in Gold Filigree of Queen Tausret (Tawosret)
c.1200-1186 BC
Ramesside Period Egypt/New Kingdom
The cornflower and ball beads in this necklace were made by soldering wire rings of several different diameters into the desired forms. The piece is an early example of the technique known as filagree. Discovered with a cache of jewelry in the Valley of the Kings, the necklace is thought to have belonged to Tawosret, wife of the Seti II and regent for her husband’s successor Siptah. Tawosret, who reigned Egypt in her own right for several years at the end of Dynasty 19, was one of the few female rulers of Egypt, the most famous of whom are Hatshepsut and Cleopatra VII.
(Source: The Metropolitan Museum)

ancientpeoples:

Necklace in Gold Filigree of Queen Tausret (Tawosret)

c.1200-1186 BC

Ramesside Period Egypt/New Kingdom

The cornflower and ball beads in this necklace were made by soldering wire rings of several different diameters into the desired forms. The piece is an early example of the technique known as filagree. Discovered with a cache of jewelry in the Valley of the Kings, the necklace is thought to have belonged to Tawosret, wife of the Seti II and regent for her husband’s successor Siptah. Tawosret, who reigned Egypt in her own right for several years at the end of Dynasty 19, was one of the few female rulers of Egypt, the most famous of whom are Hatshepsut and Cleopatra VII.

(Source: The Metropolitan Museum)

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theneutronflow:

mayahan:

Space-Saving Design Ideas

Space saving furniture

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theonion:

F. Scott Fitzgerald Estate Wondering Why The Hell Ken Burns Hasn’t Come Knocking Yet

supersonicart:

Giants Among Us" at Corey Helford Gallery.

Opening this Saturday, September 20th at Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City, California is the group show “Giants Among Us" which takes a look at the idea of giants in modern terms.  The show features some really great artists such as Korin Faught, Eric Joyner and So Youn Lee (All above).

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