just stuff i find appealing.

mymodernmet:

Self-taught artist Ben Young creates stunning sculptures of ocean waves and watery landscapes by carefully layering multiple sheets of hand-cut glass.
mymodernmet:

Self-taught artist Ben Young creates stunning sculptures of ocean waves and watery landscapes by carefully layering multiple sheets of hand-cut glass.
mymodernmet:

Self-taught artist Ben Young creates stunning sculptures of ocean waves and watery landscapes by carefully layering multiple sheets of hand-cut glass.
mymodernmet:

Self-taught artist Ben Young creates stunning sculptures of ocean waves and watery landscapes by carefully layering multiple sheets of hand-cut glass.
mymodernmet:

Self-taught artist Ben Young creates stunning sculptures of ocean waves and watery landscapes by carefully layering multiple sheets of hand-cut glass.
mymodernmet:

Self-taught artist Ben Young creates stunning sculptures of ocean waves and watery landscapes by carefully layering multiple sheets of hand-cut glass.
mymodernmet:

Self-taught artist Ben Young creates stunning sculptures of ocean waves and watery landscapes by carefully layering multiple sheets of hand-cut glass.

mymodernmet:

Self-taught artist Ben Young creates stunning sculptures of ocean waves and watery landscapes by carefully layering multiple sheets of hand-cut glass.

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artofthewire:

Here’s a site that charts the frequency with which different words are used on your favorite TV shows, like The Wire. I made some to get us started! 
The Wire became less about “the wire” as the seasons progressed.
The people writing the closed captions gradually increased their use of “nigga” rather than “nigger” over time.*
Omar was always more popular than god.
*As I always remind you, things like this are based on the words in the closed caption subtitles built into the show/DVDs. You might be hearing “nigga” all the time, but the caption writers didn’t write it that way.
Also: The frequency is calculated over a full season, so really there are only 5 measured points in the charts.

This is beyond marvellous
artofthewire:

Here’s a site that charts the frequency with which different words are used on your favorite TV shows, like The Wire. I made some to get us started! 
The Wire became less about “the wire” as the seasons progressed.
The people writing the closed captions gradually increased their use of “nigga” rather than “nigger” over time.*
Omar was always more popular than god.
*As I always remind you, things like this are based on the words in the closed caption subtitles built into the show/DVDs. You might be hearing “nigga” all the time, but the caption writers didn’t write it that way.
Also: The frequency is calculated over a full season, so really there are only 5 measured points in the charts.

This is beyond marvellous
artofthewire:

Here’s a site that charts the frequency with which different words are used on your favorite TV shows, like The Wire. I made some to get us started! 
The Wire became less about “the wire” as the seasons progressed.
The people writing the closed captions gradually increased their use of “nigga” rather than “nigger” over time.*
Omar was always more popular than god.
*As I always remind you, things like this are based on the words in the closed caption subtitles built into the show/DVDs. You might be hearing “nigga” all the time, but the caption writers didn’t write it that way.
Also: The frequency is calculated over a full season, so really there are only 5 measured points in the charts.

This is beyond marvellous
artofthewire:

Here’s a site that charts the frequency with which different words are used on your favorite TV shows, like The Wire. I made some to get us started! 
The Wire became less about “the wire” as the seasons progressed.
The people writing the closed captions gradually increased their use of “nigga” rather than “nigger” over time.*
Omar was always more popular than god.
*As I always remind you, things like this are based on the words in the closed caption subtitles built into the show/DVDs. You might be hearing “nigga” all the time, but the caption writers didn’t write it that way.
Also: The frequency is calculated over a full season, so really there are only 5 measured points in the charts.

This is beyond marvellous

artofthewire:

Here’s a site that charts the frequency with which different words are used on your favorite TV shows, like The Wire. I made some to get us started! 

  1. The Wire became less about “the wire” as the seasons progressed.
  2. The people writing the closed captions gradually increased their use of “nigga” rather than “nigger” over time.*
  3. Omar was always more popular than god.

*As I always remind you, things like this are based on the words in the closed caption subtitles built into the show/DVDs. You might be hearing “nigga” all the time, but the caption writers didn’t write it that way.

Also: The frequency is calculated over a full season, so really there are only 5 measured points in the charts.

This is beyond marvellous

ohfuckyeahcillianmurphy:

Cillian Murphy by Rich Gilligan for Cara magazine, outtakes (X)
ohfuckyeahcillianmurphy:

Cillian Murphy by Rich Gilligan for Cara magazine, outtakes (X)
ohfuckyeahcillianmurphy:

Cillian Murphy by Rich Gilligan for Cara magazine, outtakes (X)
ohfuckyeahcillianmurphy:

Cillian Murphy by Rich Gilligan for Cara magazine, outtakes (X)

ohfuckyeahcillianmurphy:

Cillian Murphy by Rich Gilligan for Cara magazine, outtakes (X)

likeafieldmouse:

Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster
1. Repulse Bay (1999)
2. Et la Chambre Orange (1992)
likeafieldmouse:

Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster
1. Repulse Bay (1999)
2. Et la Chambre Orange (1992)

likeafieldmouse:

Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster

1. Repulse Bay (1999)

2. Et la Chambre Orange (1992)

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hadrian6:

Detail: Augustus as Jupiter. 1st century B.C.

http://hadrian6.tumblr.com

(via weakling-child)

rtmiblog:

234 by SENZA TREGUA on Flickr.

h-awaii-waves:

h-awaii-waves.tumblr.com

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