2. (Source: zerodarkone, via circuitwitch)

  3. (Source: zerodarkone, via circuitwitch)

  4. fuckyeahcyber-punk:

    Found via:  http://paulclements.tv/Electronic-80s-II

    (via 2087)

  5. (Source: shashin-nikki, via hurricaine)

  6. 9gag:

    Pros and cons of making food. #9gag

  7. (Source: wrde, via 2087)

  11. fyeahartstudentowl:

    Seriously we were taught to be personal with our layouts, research and artwork and then suddenly we were all told to work exactly the same as this ‘star student’.

  12. fyeahartstudentowl:

    *Forever grateful for brush cleaner

  13. (Source: thepks)

  14. bifanoland:

    An illustration for the Washington Post about the Smithsonian Folklife Festival! Each year they feature two countries, and this year it was Kenya and China!

    The AD wanted the illustration to capture the spirit of the festival and highlight the crafts, food, and music of both countries. I played around with a few different variations, but In the end we decided that the thumbnail image showing the two characters was the best solution. We ended up changing the Kenyan lady’s clothing to traditional Maasaii dress for the final, which I had a blast researching.  It was a fun challenge to render the explosion of cultural elements in the background without pulling too much focus away from the characters.

    I usually work in gouache, but with such a tight deadline, I had to step a little bit out of my comfort-zone and do this image 100% digitally. I’m really happy with the results! Might consider switching it up more in the future.

    A big thanks to Allison Ghaman!

  15. unexplained-events:

    On an Island north of Siberia, frozen remains of a mammoth have been discovered with blood that is STILL liquid! The 10,000-year-old beast was found on one of the Lyakhovsky Islands in the Novosibirsk archipelago off the northern coast of Siberia. Researchers from the Northeastern Federal University in Yakutsk poked the remains with an ice pick and, incredibly, blood flowed out.

    Since the temperature during excavation was -7 to -10 degrees celsius, the scientist say that “It may be assumed that the blood of mammoths had some cryoprotective properties”. How fucking awesome is that!?


    (via gallafranackus)