kuronata:

Point E by Southern-Panda

zanetheaiden:

zanetheaiden:

date a boy with nice cheek bones

date a boy who has a good taste in clothes

date a boy with a great laugh

date a boy who’s hoodie you can borrow

date a boy with fantastic collarbones

date a boy who smiles constantly

date a boy with arms like damn

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acidpunch:

still laughing about yesterday during gender/sexuality studies class when our professor had everyone chant “VAGINA! PENIS! VAGINA!” a few times to make us more comfortable with saying those terms

and this girl just stands up slowly and says “…this… this isn’t math class…”

coolator:

the turkey swiss on rye incident

bombing:

just saw a post accusing Obama of working for the government

thedarkerharley:

Better love story than twilight

Found it, and loved it

Found it, and loved it

fuckyeahtf2:


A parody picture I drew :)

THIS IS AMAZING.
-IneBot

fuckyeahtf2:

A parody picture I drew :)

THIS IS AMAZING.

-IneBot

weirdolamp1224:

My thing. Don’t make fun of it or steal it please thx

iheartmyart:

Lia Chavez collaborated with rehabstudio for her piece, Poiesis / Tumult, 2014, images posted with permission of the artists.

New York-based visual and performance artist Lia Chavez collaborated with rehabstudio for a one-of-a-kind collaboration. Lia works with multimedia to explore the behavior of light in a state of meditation, and instead of a still, calm and quiet place, she’s discovered that deep meditation can in fact trigger visions of stroboscopic light and cataclysmic storm systems. She wanted to share this visceral experience with others, so she came to rehabstudio to help create her next piece: an 8-hour live performance in Dundee, Scotland. 

rehabstudio created custom code that reads Lia’s brainwaves and, via bluetooth, transmits its signal to a strobe light. We were able to control the signal’s frequency and strength, so that when Lia is in a deep state of meditation, the strobe flashes brightly and intensively, and less so when she is in intermediate states. Lia’s final performance turned out to be the perfect meeting of technology, science and art that inspired us all to collaborate in the first place.

See the video here.

(Warning: Video contains strobe lights)