Seven week old puppies playing with mommy.
THIS IS MY NEW FAVORITE THING ON TUMBLR GOODNESS
I wish my feed were only this.
I’ve only ever sen the second to last image. I didn’t know there was a whole series! This is FANTASTIC!
Here you see the Dutch women’s ice hockey team. In the Netherlands there is no women’s competition in ice-hockey so they compete with and against the men. They national Dutch sports organisation has recently removed their financial support from women’s ice hockey, which means the team is currently trying to raise the €10.000 needed to take them to the world championship (division 1B) in 2014.
This is the link to their crowdfunding page (it’s in Dutch, but I’m sure me and others are willing to help you out if you want to donate) : crowdfunding page
Signal boost! They’re at 93% of the way to their goal but there are only 3 more days left!
— When comments are better than the article, Atlantic edition (“The Cheapest Generation: Why Millennials aren’t buying cars or houses, and what that means for the economy”)
this is incredible
I THOUGHT IT WAS A CANVAS PAINTING
Swiss artist Mathias Schmied uses a razor blade, careful hands and keen eyes to transform comic books into even more dynamic works of art. Superheroes and explosions alike breach the boundaries of their respective pages. He creates pieces using single pages and entire issues, the latter producing multi-layered scenes with a cinematic sense of perspective. Sometimes Mathias completely removes the characters, leaving their negative space to convey the drama taking place within each panel.
Visit Mathias Schmied’s website to check out more of his amazing altered comic book art.
[via Design Taxi]
Robotic garden lanterns prevent spills in the dark, haunt you in your sleep
When solar-powered accent lights just aren’t cutting it, Alvaro Cassinelli’s somewhat nightmarish crawling robo-lanterns will help you safely traverse a garden or backyard at night.
I told my husband to play with our puppy more. He sent me this.
Ok, can we just take a minute to appreciate how much work went into this? Keeping the puppy there, writing “Your dog really loses scrabble bad” all connected to each other, writing “growl” “woof” “snarl” all together, and writing “Im dashing” on his chip-holder-thing.
This dude put thought into his snark.
I never noticed that.