the-gasoline-station:

Istanbul - April 2014

by Sam Horine

nevver:

Open all night, Marie Hamel

archiemcphee:

We love this tentacular Cthulhu chess set. This is the work of Kelsey of LittleFatDragons based in Clayton, North Carolina. Kelsey handmakes each playfully evil piece without using casting or molds, so the chess set is one-of-a-kind.

He may be evil, but Cthulhu is just too stinking cute in this handmade chess set. The Little Fat Cthulhu Custom Chess Set is made to order so you can go with the traditionally evil green and purple or change it up with colors of your choosing.

Here’s what you’ll find on your Cthulhu chess board.

Pawns – Little Fat Tentacles
Rooks – Rhogog
Knights – Zvilpogghua
Bishops – Chaugnar Faugn
Queens/Kings – Little Fat Cthulhu

Visit the LittleFatDragons shop to check out more of Kelsey’s awesome creations. 

Cthulhu fhtagn

[via Nerd Approved]

harpercollinschildrens:

See what it takes to turn 3D art into a picture book! Read the full process behind I AM A WITCH’S CAT by Harriet Muncaster. 

earth-song:

'Matteo Walch' Austrian Boy And Marmots By Caters News Agency

AUSTRIA — A nature-loving family says their 8-year-old boy has become friends with some of the Austrian Alps’ shiest creatures. “Matteo loves those animals and they are not at all afraid of him because he has a feeling towards them and they understand that,” the boy’s father, Michaela, said. ‘It’s amazing to watch the connection between a boy and his animal friends.’

savethewailes:

Fine day Sunday

savethewailes:

Fine day Sunday

(via doctorwho)

14 Fantastic Stories From The New Yorker Archive You Should Read This Summer


(Source: vintageanchorbooks)

explore-blog:

Wonderful cinematic profile of Old Town Music Hall, an original silent film theater in El Segundo, California, from This Must Be The Place, who also gave us the spectacular This Is My Home

archiemcphee:

Born in Hong Kong and now based in Pittsburgh, PA, artist Bovey Lee painstakingly hand cuts astonishingly intricate designs and scenes on large sheets of thin Chinese rice paper. These mesmerizing works are as awesomely detailed as they are delicate. Look closely and you’ll discover cityscapes hidden among leaves and grass or cars driving along what you first took to be blades of grass. Practically weightless all by them selves, Lee mounts her fragile cut paper pieces on silk before they’re hung on gallery walls.

Visit Bovey Lee’s cut paper gallery to check out more of her amazing cut paper creations.

[via Colossal]