Some Lady Rainicorn Translations.
Lady has the best lines but nobody realizes it because she speaks Korean.
OMG i’ve been waiting for this!!
She’s so kinky!
Oh, nuthin’. Jus’ openin’ my fresh container of sugar gliders.
at first i thought “oh that’s awful to jam them all inside like that”
and then i saw the hole in the side
like they had cut up the tub to make a little playhouse for the gliders
and these little butts just all decided to smoosh in there at once
because sugar gliders can’t take turns aparently
Yup. Sugar gliders like to sleep squished in a big cuddlepile. That’s how they do it in the wild, snuggled in treetrunk burrows.
It’s seriously adorable.
are you kidding me
ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME
I’m glad I’m not the only one that has these kinds of reactions to absurdly beautiful art.
wait what idgi what is everyone freakin out over
tHE FACt thAT hE PaINTeD theSE witH hiS hanDS and SHIt likE hoW eVen
Amazing mirrored sculptures of humans and animals created by talented Scottish artist Rob Mulholland.
Mirrored life-size figures blend into surrounding environment and reflect the constant flux of movement day by day.
So fucking cool
can you imagine just stumbling upon this in the woods tho how fucking scary would that be
John Kacere, who almost exclusively concentrated on the mid-section of the female body. Kacere painted his first photorealist painting in 1969 involving the mid-section of a female dressed in lingerie. It was over three times life size, Kacere continued this type of painting throughout the rest of his career making it an icon of the photorealism movement.
We don’t know about you, but this is the first time we’ve ever seen fire dancing atop a fountain of water. Entitled Water Flame, this awesomly captivating installation is the work of Copenhagen and Berlin-based artist Jeppe Hein.
Hein says his work is meant to “surprise viewers and make them question what they are seeing.”
"The installation, which is essentially a small fountain with a flame dancing atop the stream of cascading water, creates the paradoxical visual effect by dispelling a dose of natural gas through the water, making it flammable and able to emit a ball of fire at the center. Thus, there is the illusion of a cooperative relationship between the two natural elements."
[via My Modern Metropolis]