Je me crois en enfer donc j'y suis [Rimbaud]

Tings I love, I hate, that make me laugh and cry.
Sometimes, things I do

escapekit:

The Dancing Traffic Light

Smart attempts to redesign the humble traffic light by making it a bit more interactive. The team built a nearby dancing booth rigged with cameras that translates the dance moves of real passersby into a pixelated ‘don’t walk’ silhouette inside a crosswalk light. 

(Source : thisiscolossal.com)

presentreign:

Everyone IN NY should read this

Everyone who wants to come to NY should read this

Everyone should read this if you’re thinking about NY in any way, shape or form.

(Source : jessehimself, via hackedmotionsensors)

yrganeramon:

Lion with the Peelings Mane - by Yrgane Ramon

afp-photo:

FRANCE, LA ROCHELLE : The life-size replica of the Hermione, the French navy frigate that shipped General Lafayette to America to rally rebels fighting British troops in the US war of independence, is anchored off the island of Aix on September 11, 2014 before returning to the western French port of La Rochelle after carrying out sea trials. The 65-metre (210 feet) ship, which took 17 years to build, is due to set sail for the United States in April 2015, following the route from the southwestern French port of Rochefort to Boston made by French General Gilbert du Motier — the Marquis de Lafayette — in 1780 to bolster American revolutionaries in their fight against British troops. AFP PHOTO / XAVIER LEOTY

One of the finest frigate that I had the opportunity to see in person !!

afp-photo:

FRANCE, LA ROCHELLE : The life-size replica of the Hermione, the French navy frigate that shipped General Lafayette to America to rally rebels fighting British troops in the US war of independence, is anchored off the island of Aix on September 11, 2014 before returning to the western French port of La Rochelle after carrying out sea trials. The 65-metre (210 feet) ship, which took 17 years to build, is due to set sail for the United States in April 2015, following the route from the southwestern French port of Rochefort to Boston made by French General Gilbert du Motier — the Marquis de Lafayette — in 1780 to bolster American revolutionaries in their fight against British troops. AFP PHOTO / XAVIER LEOTY

One of the finest frigate that I had the opportunity to see in person !!

(via god-save-the-kouign)

shanology:

midnighttypewriter:

No, but think about this. We’ve seen the Winter Soldier face Fury’s car.

Maybe he’s done the same with Howard. Maybe his hair wasn’t so long yet. Maybe he wasn’t wearing a mask. Maybe Howard saw his face in the headlights for just a second.

Maybe Howard and Maria died in a car crash. Maybe Howard swerved to not hit a ghost.

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“Fuck, my tea.”

—   me approximately an hour after every time I make tea (via madopiano)

(via piecrmbs)

victoriousvocabulary:

BOKEH

[noun]

Photography: the aesthetic quality of the blur produced in the out-of-focus parts of an image captured by a lens.

Etymology: from the Japanese word boke (暈け or ボケ), which means “blur” or “haze”, or boke-aji (ボケ味), the “blur quality”. Boke is also used in the sense of a mental haze or senility. The term bokashi (暈かし) is related, meaning intentional blurring or gradation. Content Source.

[Mario Goldack] [word requested by funkdracula]

New banner for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. 

(via hackedmotionsensors)