221bitssmallerontheoutside:

huggs5:

subite-vene-in-misha:

stuffimgoingtohellfor:

knitmeapony:

 #make way for the booty parade

Reblogging again bc I’ve been watching it for awhile (for characterization purposes!) and I thought Widow was running a little, erm, poorly. But then I remembered her ankle got pinned under that beam when the Helicarrier was attacked and this AMAZING BITCH IS RUNNING ON A BROKEN ANKLE.

ain’t no broken limb gonna stop the truly fierce one

No but the amazing thing is that things like that often get forgotten about in filmmaking. Oh she’s got a broken ankle huh? Oh well, I’m sure the fans won’t notice. BUT WE NOTICED AND THEY ARE AMAZING AT DETAIL IN THIS MOVIE.

Actually if you notice she’s hobbling a little bit! I think the adrenaline and her training are keeping her going. Gosh she’s fab.

221bitssmallerontheoutside:

huggs5:

subite-vene-in-misha:

stuffimgoingtohellfor:

knitmeapony:

 

Reblogging again bc I’ve been watching it for awhile (for characterization purposes!) and I thought Widow was running a little, erm, poorly. But then I remembered her ankle got pinned under that beam when the Helicarrier was attacked and this AMAZING BITCH IS RUNNING ON A BROKEN ANKLE.

ain’t no broken limb gonna stop the truly fierce one

No but the amazing thing is that things like that often get forgotten about in filmmaking. Oh she’s got a broken ankle huh? Oh well, I’m sure the fans won’t notice. BUT WE NOTICED AND THEY ARE AMAZING AT DETAIL IN THIS MOVIE.

Actually if you notice she’s hobbling a little bit! I think the adrenaline and her training are keeping her going.

Gosh she’s fab.

(via spineisadiamond)

lawrencetheshark:

vinigri:

xdaringdamselx:

terezi-pie-rope:

[homestucks nodding as they reblog]

I swear I’ve never seen a fandom as chill about hate as Homestuck. Someone goes “HOMESTUCK SUCKS BLUH BLUH” and the Homestuck it’s directed at will just high-five them and go “DAMN STRAIGHT LOOK AT THIS BULLSHIT”

I’m actually pretty sure it was a homestuck who made this post

its funny to me because Homestuck is the most complex and deep and heart-wrenching story ive ever read but if you insult Homestuck i and every other person in this fandom will just agree without a second thought

lawrencetheshark:

vinigri:

xdaringdamselx:

terezi-pie-rope:

[homestucks nodding as they reblog]

I swear I’ve never seen a fandom as chill about hate as Homestuck. Someone goes “HOMESTUCK SUCKS BLUH BLUH” and the Homestuck it’s directed at will just high-five them and go “DAMN STRAIGHT LOOK AT THIS BULLSHIT”

I’m actually pretty sure it was a homestuck who made this post

its funny to me because Homestuck is the most complex and deep and heart-wrenching story ive ever read but if you insult Homestuck i and every other person in this fandom will just agree without a second thought

(Source: punktrolls, via devyyo)

the-tenth-will-see-you-now:

bowtied:

evil-sherlock-holmes:

textsfromxavieracademy:

girlwithgoldeyes:

GUYS AT WORK WE WERE DOING A GLASS PAINTING PROJECT AND MY DESIGN WAS THIS

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PLOT TWIST:

THATS GALLIFREYAN FOR “FUCK BITCHES, GET MONEY.”


PLOT TWIST 2: IT’S GONNA BE ON DISPLAY IN MY CITY’S ART GALLERY

HALP

this is my most reblogged text post

why

hahaha can you imagine the doctor strolling into that city art gallery and doing a double take at that

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(Source: thegirlwithgoldeyes, via gabriel-fallen-angel)

asylum-art:

Jordan Wolfson ‘s Animatronic (Female figure), Live Art Exhibition. Messe Basel, (Switzerland), June 13, 2014.
Jordan Wolfson’s piece is an animatronic robot that dances in front of a large mirror, while at the same time seeking eye contact with the spectator. 
14 Rooms was presented by Fondation Beyeler, Art Basel, and Theater Basel. The curators Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist invited fourteen international artists to each activate a room, exploring the relationship between space, time, and physicality with an artwork whose “material” is the human being. Jordan Wolfson’s kinetic piece (Female Figure) 2014 is not performed by human beings, but a robot, and can be seen as a look into the future
asylum-art:

Jordan Wolfson ‘s Animatronic (Female figure), Live Art Exhibition. Messe Basel, (Switzerland), June 13, 2014.
Jordan Wolfson’s piece is an animatronic robot that dances in front of a large mirror, while at the same time seeking eye contact with the spectator. 
14 Rooms was presented by Fondation Beyeler, Art Basel, and Theater Basel. The curators Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist invited fourteen international artists to each activate a room, exploring the relationship between space, time, and physicality with an artwork whose “material” is the human being. Jordan Wolfson’s kinetic piece (Female Figure) 2014 is not performed by human beings, but a robot, and can be seen as a look into the future
asylum-art:

Jordan Wolfson ‘s Animatronic (Female figure), Live Art Exhibition. Messe Basel, (Switzerland), June 13, 2014.
Jordan Wolfson’s piece is an animatronic robot that dances in front of a large mirror, while at the same time seeking eye contact with the spectator. 
14 Rooms was presented by Fondation Beyeler, Art Basel, and Theater Basel. The curators Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist invited fourteen international artists to each activate a room, exploring the relationship between space, time, and physicality with an artwork whose “material” is the human being. Jordan Wolfson’s kinetic piece (Female Figure) 2014 is not performed by human beings, but a robot, and can be seen as a look into the future
asylum-art:

Jordan Wolfson ‘s Animatronic (Female figure), Live Art Exhibition. Messe Basel, (Switzerland), June 13, 2014.
Jordan Wolfson’s piece is an animatronic robot that dances in front of a large mirror, while at the same time seeking eye contact with the spectator. 
14 Rooms was presented by Fondation Beyeler, Art Basel, and Theater Basel. The curators Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist invited fourteen international artists to each activate a room, exploring the relationship between space, time, and physicality with an artwork whose “material” is the human being. Jordan Wolfson’s kinetic piece (Female Figure) 2014 is not performed by human beings, but a robot, and can be seen as a look into the future
asylum-art:

Jordan Wolfson ‘s Animatronic (Female figure), Live Art Exhibition. Messe Basel, (Switzerland), June 13, 2014.
Jordan Wolfson’s piece is an animatronic robot that dances in front of a large mirror, while at the same time seeking eye contact with the spectator. 
14 Rooms was presented by Fondation Beyeler, Art Basel, and Theater Basel. The curators Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist invited fourteen international artists to each activate a room, exploring the relationship between space, time, and physicality with an artwork whose “material” is the human being. Jordan Wolfson’s kinetic piece (Female Figure) 2014 is not performed by human beings, but a robot, and can be seen as a look into the future
asylum-art:

Jordan Wolfson ‘s Animatronic (Female figure), Live Art Exhibition. Messe Basel, (Switzerland), June 13, 2014.
Jordan Wolfson’s piece is an animatronic robot that dances in front of a large mirror, while at the same time seeking eye contact with the spectator. 
14 Rooms was presented by Fondation Beyeler, Art Basel, and Theater Basel. The curators Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist invited fourteen international artists to each activate a room, exploring the relationship between space, time, and physicality with an artwork whose “material” is the human being. Jordan Wolfson’s kinetic piece (Female Figure) 2014 is not performed by human beings, but a robot, and can be seen as a look into the future
asylum-art:

Jordan Wolfson ‘s Animatronic (Female figure), Live Art Exhibition. Messe Basel, (Switzerland), June 13, 2014.
Jordan Wolfson’s piece is an animatronic robot that dances in front of a large mirror, while at the same time seeking eye contact with the spectator. 
14 Rooms was presented by Fondation Beyeler, Art Basel, and Theater Basel. The curators Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist invited fourteen international artists to each activate a room, exploring the relationship between space, time, and physicality with an artwork whose “material” is the human being. Jordan Wolfson’s kinetic piece (Female Figure) 2014 is not performed by human beings, but a robot, and can be seen as a look into the future
asylum-art:

Jordan Wolfson ‘s Animatronic (Female figure), Live Art Exhibition. Messe Basel, (Switzerland), June 13, 2014.
Jordan Wolfson’s piece is an animatronic robot that dances in front of a large mirror, while at the same time seeking eye contact with the spectator. 
14 Rooms was presented by Fondation Beyeler, Art Basel, and Theater Basel. The curators Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist invited fourteen international artists to each activate a room, exploring the relationship between space, time, and physicality with an artwork whose “material” is the human being. Jordan Wolfson’s kinetic piece (Female Figure) 2014 is not performed by human beings, but a robot, and can be seen as a look into the future

asylum-art:

Jordan Wolfsons Animatronic (Female figure), Live Art Exhibition. Messe Basel, (Switzerland), June 13, 2014.

Jordan Wolfson’s piece is an animatronic robot that dances in front of a large mirror, while at the same time seeking eye contact with the spectator. 

14 Rooms was presented by Fondation Beyeler, Art Basel, and Theater Basel. The curators Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist invited fourteen international artists to each activate a room, exploring the relationship between space, time, and physicality with an artwork whose “material” is the human being. Jordan Wolfson’s kinetic piece (Female Figure) 2014 is not performed by human beings, but a robot, and can be seen as a look into the future

(via thedarklordemma)