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We're Gonna Need a Bigger Boat
22. Female. Entered the fifth year of university and the fourth year of Studio Art. Majoring in drawing and painting, minoring in Biology. Working on Thesis project for Joggins Fossil Cliffs.
Still swimmin'

laura-berger:

My Body (detail)
Just finished the last painting of 42 for my exhibition at Hazel!

Was thinking about our bodies & all of the interesting ways they can move & all of the colors we can feel like.

"Be careful who you vent to.”
— Realest shit I’ve heard all morning.  (via kristeene)

straylightjay:

10 questions to never ask a transgender person by Laura Jane Grace

did-you-kno:

Filmmakers captured a video of young dolphins deliberately getting high on pufferfish by passing it around and chewing on it. So essentially, dolphins know how to puff, puff, give. Source

Batman villains + mental instability

Everyone who reblogs this by November 1 will have their URLs scattered around Disney World in Orlando, FL.

howling-rising-demon:

strangeparkings:

luckydayblog:

gravitysex:

abovehipster:

WHAT?! YES. YES.

RLY

IT’S LIKE THIS POST WAS MEANT FOR ME!!!

I’m going to disney on november 1-3 and if I don’t see at least one url I’m going to be pretty mad at you :///

I’m going to Disney November 1st to 6th and I’ll be looking!

malformalady:

Artist Jennifer Trask creates delicate sculptures from bones. The New York based artist, who received an MFA from SUNY at New Paltz, has a very philosophical reason behind choosing bones as her preferred medium. “As the ultimate expression of both physical sensation and emotional sentiment (e.g. ‘I feel it in my bones’), bone is the absolute reductive essence of both life, and death,” she said. “Initially made of living cells, evolving, incorporating evidence of how we lived, the material itself embodies a latent narrative.”

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