im starting to understand the appeal of just never going to school, bc if you don’t go they can’t tell you to do work, and if they don’t tell you to do work, you can sleep
Yeah, or there’s the appeal of having the day to work without the limits of classes and lectures. I get pulled in to skipping a day to work, just to conveniently forget that tests are a thing.
The only answer is to deny that school exists when you are not actually attending it and watch Hercules instead of doing homework.
Gaye McDonald in The One Magazine
Photographed by Pieter Henket
Hair by Ben Skervin
UNF! The movement of those clothes is flawless!
While I was reading this (because I also happen to be working on Psyche pages) it occurred to me that most of the male characters playing in Psyche generally fly around topless (this includes Eros, Zephyr and Anteros, even if he’s played by a girl, among the other male humans/gods/demi-gods/spirits that show up as minor characters). The only exception to this are the ninjas, who understandably are not half-naked. So that adds to flipping the representation somewhat. The gods and goddesses in this story fly around without clothes quite equally, probably because they can get away with it.
I wanted to show that men and women can be friends without having a relationship,” says del Toro of the relationship between the two main characters Mako (played by Japanese actress Rinko Kikuchi) and Raleigh (“Sons of Anarchy” star Charlie Hunnam). “Theirs is a story about partnership, equality and a strong bond between partners. It’s important for little girls to know not every story has to be a love story and for boys to know that soldiers aren’t the only ones to triumph in war.
You know a film will be amazing when the LOGO looks badass
approve approve approve
the last character design
This Isn’t Photoshopped of the Day: Hand-Carved Wooden “Glitch” Furniture
"Good Vibrations" is a storage unit by Italian architect and designer Ferruccio Laviani of Fratelli Boffi who wanted to challenge the idea that glitches are solely found online. Although it is expected to debut at a furniture exhibition later this year, some commenters on the design blog MoCo have invoked the rule of “pics or didn’t happen,” saying that they refuse to believe it is a real object until side angle shots or a 360-degree video is provided.