How it really feels when stepping on a Lego
a movie about two asexual aromantic best friends who have a best friend marriage for tax benefits
that does not end with a scene of swelling music and passionate kiss where they realize they really do love each other after all
It ends with a fist bump or something. I’m on board.
Why I follow the Rock on Facebook part II.
In visceral and gaudy paintings, photographs, and video works, Marilyn Minter examines the relationship between the body, cultural anxieties about sexuality and desire, and fashion imagery. Minter is best known for glossy, hyperrealistic paintings in enamel on metal that depict closeups of makeup-laden lips, eyes, and feet—a liquid-dripping gold-toothed smile or a pair of glistening high heels splashing in metallic fluid. Strut (2004–5) portrays a muddied foot in a gem-encrusted high heel. Minter also photographs body parts seen through panes of wet glass, captured from characteristically dynamic and provocative angles that suggest the seductive, disturbing nature of glamour.
This is still my favorite comic ever
I think that we are all pretty confused about what’s going on and, what’s more, any video we made would be out of date pretty instantaneously. I think the internet is actually doing a pretty good job of discussing what’s happening in Ferguson and is already starting to generate actionable things that can be done.
It’s doing a much better job discussing Ferguson than, say, Gaza or Syria, for example, which I would love to videos about (because people know less, and the situations have existed for a longer time and are thus more stable and can be talked about without being immediately out of date.) I haven’t made those videos though because THEY ARE SO HARD TO MAKE.
If you want a full story of what’s gone on, here’s an incomplete timeline as a place to start: Buzzfeed timeline.
When you wake up and think you’re late for school
I GO TO THE WRONG SCHOOL
I am so glad I pressed play
WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH STRAIGHT BOYS
holy shit why do men talk like this
what is wrong with people!?!?
Art Focus:Adam Lupton
For this edition of our Art Focus feature, we present to you the work of Canadian artist Adam Lupton. Painted in oils, his portraiture oftentimes features multiple visages blurred together in a fragmented reality that seems to reflect the different struggles his subjects have with identity. Examples of this include different glimpses of a man dressing in drag and snapshots of another person putting on different masks