sith / 20 / finland
art n shit

porn4ladies:

Discourse with Flowers by Lisa Sorgini 

(Source: lisasorgini.com, via withoutshaking)

(Source: mexicanist, via gullets)

(Source: ann-rr, via inexhaleuk)

natural-atomico:


Raro, lindo. 

natural-atomico:

Raro, lindo. 

(via rumgirl)

(via rumgirl)

(Source: gradientwave)

softwaring:


Sunrise over Towers of Paine
Patagonia, Chile
Frances Kwok

softwaring:

Sunrise over Towers of Paine

Patagonia, Chile

Frances Kwok

(via drenchrum)

patternbase:


 
meisterede:


dark blue

meisterede:

dark blue

(via tmndr)

etceterablog:


Roy Lichtenstein Brushstroke Abstraction II, 1996 Oil and Magna on canvas 30 x 27 inches

etceterablog:

Roy Lichtenstein
Brushstroke Abstraction II, 1996
Oil and Magna on canvas
30 x 27 inches

(via tmndr)

milkstudios:


KENZO X Toilet Paper Mag
Check the collab and watch the video on MilkMade.com.

milkstudios:

KENZO X Toilet Paper Mag

Check the collab and watch the video on MilkMade.com.

(via kratern)

nyctaeus:


This crater, 'The Sedan Crater', remains from the Plowshares program, the purpose of which was to test the peaceful use of nuclear explosions. The operating hypothesis was that a nuclear explosion could easily excavate a large area, facilitating the building of canals and roads, improving mining techniques, or simply moving a large amount of rock and soil. The intensity and distribution of radiation proved too great, and the program was abandoned. The “Sedan” device was thermonuclear—70 percent fusion, 30 percent fission—with a yield of 100 kilotons. The crater is an impressive 635 feet deep and 1,280 feet wide. The weight of the material lifted was 12 million tons.[Taken from the book Nuclear Landscapes, by Peter Goin]

nyctaeus:

This crater, 'The Sedan Crater', remains from the Plowshares program, the purpose of which was to test the peaceful use of nuclear explosions. The operating hypothesis was that a nuclear explosion could easily excavate a large area, facilitating the building of canals and roads, improving mining techniques, or simply moving a large amount of rock and soil. The intensity and distribution of radiation proved too great, and the program was abandoned. The “Sedan” device was thermonuclear—70 percent fusion, 30 percent fission—with a yield of 100 kilotons. The crater is an impressive 635 feet deep and 1,280 feet wide. The weight of the material lifted was 12 million tons.
[Taken from the book Nuclear Landscapes, by Peter Goin]

(via j3ll3)

vvni:

Our souls captured in the electromagnetic field no. 3 and no. 14 / Rising Universe no.11

Dries Ketels

Painting / Household, Watercolor