In between the hustle and bustle of life
So, Finnegan was born with red hair.  His front hair is starting to grow blonde, leaving him with red tripped highlights.  The funny thing is, his back hair has stayed the same & hasn’t really grown…. so it kinda looks like he has a red head mullet.  :)  I love this kid.

So, Finnegan was born with red hair.  His front hair is starting to grow blonde, leaving him with red tripped highlights.  The funny thing is, his back hair has stayed the same & hasn’t really grown…. so it kinda looks like he has a red head mullet.  :)  I love this kid.

That footage looks promising…. Crossing every finger & toe because of how shitty they portrayed Deadpool in the last movie…. Here is to a better Deadpool Movie

fallontonight:

thursdaythe12th:

fallontonight:

Questlove, Damon, and Kirk thought they were watching the 50 Shades of Grey trailer, but we gave them so much more

kirks face at the end, though, hes accepted it, and is trying to move on.

It’s hard to recover from a scare like that.

Hahahaha that shit never gets old

moma:

British sculptor Henry Moore was born today in 1898. Spend some time with his work this summer in our Sculpture Garden. 
[Henry Moore. Family Group. 1948-49 (cast 1950).]

moma:

British sculptor Henry Moore was born today in 1898. Spend some time with his work this summer in our Sculpture Garden. 

[Henry Moore. Family Group. 1948-49 (cast 1950).]

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This street artist uses lace patterns to give unadorned streets a fancy makeover

Artist ‘NeSpoon’ is turning Warsaw’s neglected and forgotten public spaces into fancy outdoor exhibits by leaving behind lace patterns in the form of spray-painted murals and spider web-like stencils. Using sidewalks, lamp posts, doorways, and utility boxes as her canvas, she spruces up the dull urban atmosphere by adding a touch of whimsy and style.
‘Jewelry makes people look pretty, my public jewelry has the same goal, make public places look better’, NeSpoon referring to her style of street art as public jewelry. ‘I would like people who discover, here and there, my small applications, to smile and just simply feel better’.
You can see more of her works over at Behance.

lostateminor:

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This street artist uses lace patterns to give unadorned streets a fancy makeover

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Artist ‘NeSpoon’ is turning Warsaw’s neglected and forgotten public spaces into fancy outdoor exhibits by leaving behind lace patterns in the form of spray-painted murals and spider web-like stencils. Using sidewalks, lamp posts, doorways, and utility boxes as her canvas, she spruces up the dull urban atmosphere by adding a touch of whimsy and style.

‘Jewelry makes people look pretty, my public jewelry has the same goal, make public places look better’, NeSpoon referring to her style of street art as public jewelry. ‘I would like people who discover, here and there, my small applications, to smile and just simply feel better’.

You can see more of her works over at Behance.

These little guys run all over our back yard…. but this is the coolest one I’ve seen… red head & a blue tail…. you are a pretty rad lizard!

Finn loves his “Johnny Jumper” 

Finn loves his “Johnny Jumper” 

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Sydney artist explores the human form by creating these Chinese porcelain sculptures

What do you get when you mix traditional Western portraiture with Eastern decorative design? Something that’s both haunting and beautiful. Chinese artist Ah Xian explores the human form by creating busts of his family members – including his wife, father, and brother – then paints them over with iconic Chinese blue and white porcelain designs.
Having lived for the past 20 years in Sydney, the artist also contemplates the huge contrast between East and West by merging two different art forms that have come from two distinct worlds. The technique of creating busts date all the way back to Roman times, while the porcelain decorative tradition are uniquely China. And indeed, seeing two very divergent art forms rolled into one takes us on an unfamiliar but satisfying visual experience.

lostateminor:

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Sydney artist explores the human form by creating these Chinese porcelain sculptures

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What do you get when you mix traditional Western portraiture with Eastern decorative design? Something that’s both haunting and beautiful. Chinese artist Ah Xian explores the human form by creating busts of his family members – including his wife, father, and brother – then paints them over with iconic Chinese blue and white porcelain designs.

Having lived for the past 20 years in Sydney, the artist also contemplates the huge contrast between East and West by merging two different art forms that have come from two distinct worlds. The technique of creating busts date all the way back to Roman times, while the porcelain decorative tradition are uniquely China. And indeed, seeing two very divergent art forms rolled into one takes us on an unfamiliar but satisfying visual experience.

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Banksy street art remains firmly in public hands despite best efforts of land owner

Banksy, the master of hiding your identity while simultaneously maintaining global fame, has caught the media spotlight once again. Several more of the elusive street artists works have cropped up around The UK, one of which in particular has caused quite a stir.
Created in mid-April, Spy-Booth is yet another comment piece; displaying stereotypical 1950′s ‘spies’ in trench coats and dark glasses surrounding a telephone box with monitoring equipment. It is made even more topical by the fact that it’s in Cheltenham, only down the road from the British Intelligence Headquarters.
Spy-Booth  remained unclaimed by Banksy until June however, upon which the artist finally took to his website to confirm his authorship. Since then the owner of the building against which the mural is painted has been attempting to sell the artwork (worth an estimated $1.7million), even putting up scaffolding in preparation to remove it much to the consternation of local art-lovers.
Local campaigner Phil Jones told the BBC that the British government were the actual owners of the Banksy piece: ‘It was a house previously acquired circa 1960, which was knocked down for road improvements, the government should acknowledge that they own it and that it’s in the public realm for the benefit of the people of Cheltenham’.
Luckily the local council has now ruled that the landlord may not tamper with the wall as the building is grade II listed, meaning that it is now a permanent part of British heritage.
This is not the first time that individuals have attempted to lay claim to works intended for the public. Around the same time that Spy-Booth was created Banksy spoke out about Mobile-Lovers, a piece painted in a doorway of a youth club in Bristol. Read the full story here.

lostateminor:

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Banksy street art remains firmly in public hands despite best efforts of land owner

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Banksy, the master of hiding your identity while simultaneously maintaining global fame, has caught the media spotlight once again. Several more of the elusive street artists works have cropped up around The UK, one of which in particular has caused quite a stir.

Created in mid-April, Spy-Booth is yet another comment piece; displaying stereotypical 1950′s ‘spies’ in trench coats and dark glasses surrounding a telephone box with monitoring equipment. It is made even more topical by the fact that it’s in Cheltenham, only down the road from the British Intelligence Headquarters.

Spy-Booth remained unclaimed by Banksy until June however, upon which the artist finally took to his website to confirm his authorship. Since then the owner of the building against which the mural is painted has been attempting to sell the artwork (worth an estimated $1.7million), even putting up scaffolding in preparation to remove it much to the consternation of local art-lovers.

Local campaigner Phil Jones told the BBC that the British government were the actual owners of the Banksy piece: ‘It was a house previously acquired circa 1960, which was knocked down for road improvements, the government should acknowledge that they own it and that it’s in the public realm for the benefit of the people of Cheltenham’.

Luckily the local council has now ruled that the landlord may not tamper with the wall as the building is grade II listed, meaning that it is now a permanent part of British heritage.

This is not the first time that individuals have attempted to lay claim to works intended for the public. Around the same time that Spy-Booth was created Banksy spoke out about Mobile-Lovers, a piece painted in a doorway of a youth club in Bristol. Read the full story here.

asylum-art:

Limzy Wei: Flowergirls

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Malaysian artist Lim Zhi Wei adorns her watercolors entitled “ Flowergirls” with real flowers, to a stunning effect.
Good seeing Brenden, Mom & Dad…. just wish Google + Hangouts would work a little better…. or maybe my connection to work better…. well, either way…. I wish the connection wasn’t as choppy.  Look at Brenden with that epic mountain man beard! I have beard envy.

Good seeing Brenden, Mom & Dad…. just wish Google + Hangouts would work a little better…. or maybe my connection to work better…. well, either way…. I wish the connection wasn’t as choppy.  Look at Brenden with that epic mountain man beard! I have beard envy.

brianmichaelbendis:

by Mike Deodato Jr. on Tumblr

brianmichaelbendis:

Marvel 75th Anniversary Covers by Alex Ross

Look what 7 years does to us…. haha, who thought I’d be the first out of these 3 to have a kid…. not me.


George grew taller!

bear1na:

Avengers: Age of Ultron - Vision, Quick Silver, Thor, Black Widow, The Hulk, Iron Man, Captain America, Scarlet Witch, and Hawkeye by Ryan Meinerding, Andy Park, and C. Wen *