Wow. I’m sure you’ve all seen this girl’s fantastic tardis dress floating around here the last week or so. She hand painted the inside and everything, and she just looks plain great. But of course, I see it posted on facebook, and the slew of comments begin.
I don’t think it’s a mystery as to why I, as a bigger girl, spend the week before a convention crying because I’m so nervous about what people are going to say about me just because I want to dress up and have fun like everyone else. And there is something really, really fucking wrong with that.
This girl is as beautiful as she is clever! If we on Tumblr are only good for one thing, it’s turning situations like this around! Let’s signal boost this and get it back to her so she knows how much we love it! ALLONZ-Y
Some need a reality check preferably with a baseball bat THIS FUCKING AWESOME and she is gorgeous.
Haha okay so I saw the original post of this the other day and was going to reblog it because not only is that dress really, really cool, I thought the girl was vvvv attractive. But then I didn’t, because, idk, I couldn’t think of a way of saying that that wasn’t a little bit creepy or I didn’t have a funny enough idea for humorous tags or something, idk.
The second pic is just a reflection on the shitty people that spend their lives on Facebook, nothing more. It makes me really sad that there’s this concept of what is Good Looking and everyone, without exception, has to try to fit into that. It’s so dumb. Please please PLEASE let’s all just escape this mindset that we have to look a certain way. You look however the hell you look, it’s only idiots that think that it matters.
(Seriously, though, TARDIS Girl. If you read this, call me.)
i don’t have words for this nonsense.
oceansunset replied to your post: Can you tell me what the wooden stick in the dress…I was wondering what that was too! Now I feel less dumb.
Hm, is anyone else confused about any of the other things? Here, lemme label the accessories.
YES I LOVE THIS
Gentlemen and women, take note. [x]
Life skills here, people.
what this is the coolest
Playing with Food, with @idafrosk
Want to see more of Ida’s food creations? Be sure to follow her on Instagram @idafrosk.
Just a few months after creating an Instagram account, Ida Frosk (@idafrosk) posted a photo of a work of food art she’d created on a whim—a bear and fox toast—and the positive feedback was immediate. What could be better than food, art, and puns rolled into one?
From that first photo forward, Ida has pursued her interest with precision and humor. Her creations draw inspiration from everyday events, ingredient combinations she has available at her home in Oslo, and funny wordplay she comes across. “I usually decide what I want to eat, then associate freely from that with whatever ingredients I have at hand. The majority of my photos are breakfasts; I usually keep my other meals more normal.”
Dutch design firm Atelier 010′s ‘Bookworm‘ surrounds the reader with their books, wrapping around to create a seamless piece of furniture. Instead of having a separate reading chair and bookcase, this combines the two and also features a lamp suspended from the top, providing direct reading light.
The Nature of Origami
Bernie Peyton uses some of the best animal origami I’ve ever seen to call attention to threatened species and remind us that nature’s treasures (the living ones, not the paper ones) are worth protecting. Check out his gallery … I bet you can’t pick out a favorite!
i hate the bugs but WHAT
Heart of Glass: The Art of Medical Models
Gary Farlow can make art out of arteries. He and his team of 10 at Farlow’s Scientific Glassblowing are able to transform the body’s vasculature—and nearly all of its other parts—into an ornate borosilicate glass sculpture, from the heart’s ventricles to the brain’s circle of Willis. “We do almost every part of the body,” Farlow says. “It can take a pretty artistic mind to make some of these things.” With the help of cardiologists, the team creates custom see-through systems for science and medical training. Their anatomically correct models can be designed to simulate blood flow, teach placement of catheters and angioplasty devices, or simply test or demo new surgical gizmos. Individual arteries, veins, and capillaries are shaped and fused together, one at a time. Ground-glass joints are added at the exposed ends so a head, say, can be connected to the carotid arteries should customers want to expand their model. A full-body setup could cost $25,000, so don’t get any bright ideas about using one as a brandy decanter.
Absurdly extravagant but exquisite all the same.
Harry Potter Treats
Oh fuck! Yes!
OH MY GOD
Just like the one Mrs.Weasley made for Ron, hand-knitted for you! Sold on Etsy.
For when you wanna cuddle up on a cold day with a warm drink to watch Star Wars! Sold on Etsy.
A massive crested tea pot, and four little cups and saucers for each little Hogwarts House. This tea set is gorgeous. Sold on Etsy.
i want this. so badly.
Isn’t this the neatest doorknob? Unfortunately, it appears that the whole internet is sold out of them. Can’t find a link to buy it anywhere. But you can still look at how cool it is!
wait this is so cool!
i am so impressed by these cakes!!
Face-off (detail) 2007 by Kevin Francis Gray
Bronze, Automotive Paint, Wood Plinth
this is genuinely fucking terrifying, like a dementor in gold