March 22, 2014

(Source: thelovelyseas, via pikarar)

February 27, 2014

chromakey:

This is insane!

Katsucon Tumblred this picture of cosplayer Iris, who has crafted a simply lovely Totoro gown, complete with Catbus clutch and a hemline that reveals an amazing illusion: that an ever swirling mass of soot sprites can successfully masquerade as a grown woman with mad sewing skills.”

February 26, 2014

petedkat:

From a Japanese CC commercial

Rina Takeda

Studying karate since she was ten, Rina is black belt in Ryukyu Shorin-ryu Karate.

(via dragoni)

February 25, 2014
niuner:


A sketch I did for an awesome co worker Olga! Tenzin Lagann spin on!!

niuner:

A sketch I did for an awesome co worker Olga! Tenzin Lagann spin on!!

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February 21, 2014
so soothing

so soothing

February 20, 2014

omocat:

blue’s neighbor is a little weird…

tpp

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February 8, 2014
swade-art:

Raava…Drill…BREAKER!!I got distracted since the last Avatar/TTGL crossover I did but then I saw niuner’s Tenzin Lagann.  Figured I needed to get this done before everyone moves on to Kill la Kill crossovers!
Also I attempted it make some sort of Raava/Dai Gurren Dan logo thing but every time I tried…I just kept picturing something like this and kept laughing:

(believe in tea, who believes in you)

swade-art:

Raava…Drill…BREAKER!!

I got distracted since the last Avatar/TTGL crossover I did but then I saw niuner’s Tenzin Lagann.  Figured I needed to get this done before everyone moves on to Kill la Kill crossovers!

Also I attempted it make some sort of Raava/Dai Gurren Dan logo thing but every time I tried…I just kept picturing something like this and kept laughing:

Believe in tea, who believes in you...

(believe in tea, who believes in you)

February 8, 2014

ohlookitseric:

That’s it. I quit design.

(Source: hajohinta)

January 24, 2014

timetravelandrocketpoweredapes:

The Lie of Superman by Zach Weinersmith

smbc-comics / NibComics

January 12, 2014
Chopsticks Get A Makeover

dragoni:

♥. Where can I buy them?

The first of Sato’s solution is called the Rassen. “Chopsticks ordinarily come in pairs,” explains Sato. “The Rassen chopsticks are a single unit. They’re separated into two for eating, then rejoined into one form when not in use.” In Japanese, ‘rassen’ means ‘helix’ and the Rassen chopsticks take their design queues from the distinctive shape, allowing two chopsticks to pair by corkscrewing into each other at the ends.

Sato’s second new pair of chopsticks takes an entirely different approach to pairing: magnetic polarity. Called the Kamiai chopsticks, each individual chopstick has a slight notch on its thicker end. The tips of the chopstick, on the other hand, have tiny magnets with opposing polarity embedded in them. Not only does this design allow the chopsticks to slightly repel each other, preventing them from sticking together, but when flipped head-to-toe, the Kamiai chopsticks magnetically attach to one another.

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