Tuesday, February 28, 2017



sometimes—quiet—is—violent:
“Actress Sue Lyon, best known for her role in Stanley Kubrick’s Lolita (1962) married convicted killer Gary “Cotton” Adamson. They met when she was doing volunteer work for the Federal Public Defender’s Office and was... sometimes—quiet—is—violent:
Actress Sue Lyon, best known for her role in Stanley Kubrick’s Lolita (1962) married convicted killer Gary “Cotton” Adamson. They met when she was doing volunteer work for the Federal Public Defender’s Office and was visiting the inmates in the Los Angeles County jail, where Adamson ended up after he escaped from jail in Colorado and fled to California. When he was sent back to Colorado, they kept writing to each other. She visited him two years later and they decided to get married. The ceremony took place in the maximum security prison, with a few friends and family members. She was able to wear a veil and have a bouquet. He was then serving a twenty-to-forty year term.
Her controversial marriage put a strain to her movie career. They divorced a couple years later but she still tried to help him with his defense for years.

Monday, February 27, 2017



"Very occasionally, one discovers a writer whose work they instantaneously connect with. This happened to me, when I first read the poems of prolific Canadian talent — Ryan Quinn Flanagan.

Flanagan is an artist that doesn’t like to speak about himself, which is refreshing in an era of raging narcissism and shameless self-promotion.
 
Until recently, it was difficult to find any biographical information about the man behind the words.
And although Flanagan’s new website now offers a small window privy to this knowledge — it’s still fairly sparse.
 
After discovering his poetry on Horror Sleaze Trash — run by Melbourne poet and film-maker Ben John Smith, I emailed Ryan to see if I could interview him for The Huffington Post Blog and thankfully he obliged."

~ Interview with Ryan Quinn FLanagan by Vanessa de Largie



k64corruptions:
Somebody recreated the entire Doom soundtrack using the ROBLOX death sound
A bird making home inside a rib cage.

A bird making home inside a rib cage.


oarv:
RGB Colorspace Atlas, a cubed book depicting every color imaginable
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hollowedskin:
“ shamaniac-reverie:
“The alphabet shown symmetrically. Source unknown.
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no this is a sigil to summon a typographer
” hollowedskin:
shamaniac-reverie:
The alphabet shown symmetrically. Source unknown.
no this is a sigil to summon a typographer
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A Hindu man dressed as Lord Shiva holds a lit candle in his mouth as he takes part in a religious procession ahead of the Maha Shivratri Festival in Jalandhar, India on Feb. 22. Hindus mark the Maha Shivratri festival by offering special prayers and...

A Hindu man dressed as Lord Shiva holds a lit candle in his mouth as he takes part in a religious procession ahead of the Maha Shivratri Festival in Jalandhar, India on Feb. 22. Hindus mark the Maha Shivratri festival by offering special prayers and fasting to worship Lord Shiva, the lord of destruction.

Photo credit: Shammi Mehra / AFP - Getty Images
liquidatomicgonads:
“ The Kool-aid man destroys the last remaining ancient wonder of the world to give a kid a sugary drink.
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liquidatomicgonads:
The Kool-aid man destroys the last remaining ancient wonder of the world to give a kid a sugary drink.
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Thursday, February 23, 2017

divineofficial:
“BoBo Babushka has created another incredible set of nesting dolls inspired by Pink Flamingos. Available at Pygmy Hippo Shoppe. http://pygmyhipposhoppe.com/products/pink-flamingos-nesting-doll-set
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divineofficial:
BoBo Babushka has created another incredible set of nesting dolls inspired by Pink Flamingos. Available at Pygmy Hippo Shoppe. http://pygmyhipposhoppe.com/products/pink-flamingos-nesting-doll-set
A magnet falling through a copper pipe.

A magnet falling through a copper pipe.
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