aerbor:

This is England (2006) Shane Meadows

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biomorphosis:

The Gladiator Spider can make an expandable sticky web like a net. When an insect passes below it, it stretches out the net, lunges downwards and flings the net over the prey. 

bettercallssaul:

the new season of game of thrones looks so good

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foreveralone-lyguy:

landorus:

fuck bees

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wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: The Works of Artist and Filmmaker Jan Švankmajer

His name is Jan Švankmajer and he is probably hands down the most creative, disturbing, artistic movie director who has ever lived.

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Dimensions of Dialogue is one of my favourites.

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thesimpsonswayoflife:

Kirk Van Houten - Can I Borrow a Feeling?

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chicagopubliclibrary:

Harvard Discovers Three Of Its Library Books Are Bound In Human Flesh
From Roadtrippers:

A few years ago, three separate books were discovered in Harvard University’s library that had particularly strange-looking leather covers. Upon further inspection, it was discovered that the smooth binding was actually human flesh… in one case, skin harvested from a man who was flayed alive.
As it turns out, the practice of using human skin to bind books was actually pretty popular during the 17th century. It’s referred to as Anthropodermic bibliopegy and proved pretty common when it came to anatomical textbooks. Medical professionals would often use the flesh of cadavers they’d dissected during their research.
One of the books includes an inscription in purple cursive:
"The bynding of this booke is all that remains of my dear friende Jonas Wright, who was flayed alive by the Wavuma on the Fourth Day of August, 1632. King Mbesa did give me the book, it being one of poore Jonas chiefe possessions, together with ample of his skin to bynd it. Requiescat in pace."
danejuan:

Possibly my favorite shirt

marveloki:

You know those gifs you see of elephants painting and everyones like “oh wow that’s so amazing and intelligent I love elephants”?

If you really love those elephants, read this and stop reblogging those gifs.

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