Eskimo kiss by pyza* on Flickr.
Do you realize how perfect this is?  At first I thought the title was “Eskimo Kiss” because the hamster was kissing a snowman, but then I realized that the hamster wasn’t touching lips with the snowman, but rather rubbing noses, which is called an Eskimo kiss, so it’s doubly perfect.

Eskimo kiss by pyza* on Flickr.

Do you realize how perfect this is?  At first I thought the title was “Eskimo Kiss” because the hamster was kissing a snowman, but then I realized that the hamster wasn’t touching lips with the snowman, but rather rubbing noses, which is called an Eskimo kiss, so it’s doubly perfect.

polishmaid:

Tracey Emin

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Now you CAN!  For only $60 you can obtain a complete love-is-art kit!  Includes canvas & everything you need to fuck your way across it!*

* (Sexual partner not included.)

polishmaid:

Tracey Emin

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Now you CAN!  For only $60 you can obtain a complete love-is-art kit!  Includes canvas & everything you need to fuck your way across it!*

* (Sexual partner not included.)

mymodernmet:

NOMAD by Ian Lorne Kent

A sustainable micro home that costs less than $30,000.

lafilleblanc:

Teresa Margolles
"In the Air", 2003
Installation with bubbles machines with water that has been used to wash dead bodies after autopsy

lafilleblanc:

Teresa Margolles

"In the Air", 2003

Installation with bubbles machines with water that has been used to wash dead bodies after autopsy

I can’t wait to keep knowing you.

detail from School of Fontainebleau by Cy Twombly (1960)

detail from School of Fontainebleau by Cy Twombly (1960)

If you haven’t noticed, I’m feeling mildly fanatic about tea this month…

discourseontheotter:

-Rosi Braidotti

I just found a blog that…is a critical theory blog based on the work of Michel de Certeau…but replaces the word “other” with the word “otter”…& has photos of otters.
I am now following an otter blog.

discourseontheotter:

-Rosi Braidotti

I just found a blog that…
is a critical theory blog based on the work of Michel de Certeau…
but replaces the word “other” with the word “otter”…
& has photos of otters.

I am now following an otter blog.

Deceptive Outward Appearance, 2007 by Ole Martin Lund Bø

"face reality as it is", 2010 by Thomas Quinn

»el orden es intangibile / order is intangible« by boa mistura


maeganramirez:

Teacup biscuits lined with icing, filled with tea.


Very awesome, but how to make?  (Note: there are many ways to create biscuits that look like teacups, but I focus here solely on ones which can actually be used as function cups with which to drink actual tea.)  The ones pictured above look like they would require a special mold to create, but lo, there is another way!

The tutorial HERE can be MODIFIED by coating the insides of the waffle cups with hard icing to make them (temporarily) waterproof. (If you don’t know how to make hard icing, message me or something.)

If mini-teacups are your thing, then THIS tutorial could also possibly work out, if the cups are lined with icing instead of filled with chocolate, but the method is slightly more problematic.

maeganramirez:

Teacup biscuits lined with icing, filled with tea.

Very awesome, but how to make?  (Note: there are many ways to create biscuits that look like teacups, but I focus here solely on ones which can actually be used as function cups with which to drink actual tea.)  The ones pictured above look like they would require a special mold to create, but lo, there is another way!

The tutorial HERE can be MODIFIED by coating the insides of the waffle cups with hard icing to make them (temporarily) waterproof. (If you don’t know how to make hard icing, message me or something.)

If mini-teacups are your thing, then THIS tutorial could also possibly work out, if the cups are lined with icing instead of filled with chocolate, but the method is slightly more problematic.

(Source: viathesun)

A few more things I am bringing to the upcoming quote-unquote “tea happening”

*  Pu-erh Tea Hearts

Multi-colored Boba Tapioca Pearls (plus extra-wide straws)