moaniecat:

Monk boy

moaniecat:

Monk boy

tanoshindeikouze:

When Mom & Dad prefer your boyfriend over you, their own child…

kingsleyyy:

this hedgehog is cheering for u bc u can do anything image

fosterinpeople:

tsmwildturtle:

do you ever wonder what health and mana potions taste like

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lolitaintheskywithdiamonds:

lamp from the interior’s section of Victoria Maiden

rabbit-winner:

I just went to a meet-up last weekend but I had so much fun I’m already looking forward to the next one, more than a month from now! I love this JSK so much, it’s one of the dresses that made me want to get into Lolita.

JSK: Day Dream Carnival Switching JSK by Angelic Pretty
Blouse: Bodyline
Everything else: Offbrand and Taobao

showslow:

Felix Gonzalez-Torres | http://www.artic.edu/aic/collections/artwork/152961

American, born Cuba, 1957–1996

"Untitled" (Portrait of Ross in L.A.), 1991

Multicolored candies, individually wrapped in cellophane
Ideal weight 175 lb.; installed dimensions variable, approximately 92 x 92 x 92 cm (36 x 36 x 36 in.)


Felix Gonzalez-Torres produced work of uncompromising beauty and simplicity, transforming the everyday into profound meditations on love and loss. “Untitled” (Portrait of Ross in L.A.) is an allegorical representation of the artist’s partner, Ross Laycock, who died of an AIDS-related illness in 1991. The installation is comprised of 175 pounds of candy, corresponding to Ross’s ideal body weight. Viewers are encouraged to take a piece of candy, and the diminishing amount parallels Ross’s weight loss and suffering prior to his death. Gonzalez-Torres stipulated that the pile should be continuously replenished, thus metaphorically granting perpetual life.

eggflour:

☆ || Day 1: Self Portrait

eggflour:

 || Day 1: Self Portrait

wickedclothes:

Amethyst / Copper Elven Ear Cuffs

Pieces of fine amethyst are attached to this elven ear cuff. Crafted out of non-tarnish copper wire, the ear cuff is accented by small swirls and requires no ear piercings to be worn. Sold on Etsy.

luce-felice:

Blossom was all about the do-good, American Heroes.

Buttercup loved the edgy heroes with dark pasts and complex morals.

Bubbles knew Japanese well enough to read and understand comic books from Japan intended for her age group. That’s actually very impressive, but then again, this is the girl who can speak squirrel.