You know, I have a lot of thoughts that I just don't know how to express nor the appropriate time, so I just keep quiet. Writing and drawing has always been my outlet for expression. So along with a whole lot of reblogs I love and find hilarious, you'll find some pieces of my work mixed in there. Stay awhile. You might learn something interesting about me: a stranger and a friend. Let me know if you have any questions, comments, criticisms. I'll respond thoroughly and honestly. So take a chance and fill in some space : )
The Transparent Church by Gijs Van Vaerenbergh
Located in Belgium, this eye-tricksing church seems to be missing a few parts, but a little more sleuthing reveals a 30 ton steel frame made of 2,000 intersecting columns so it’s both sturdy and see-through. I’m not sure exactly what kind of worshipping goes on here, but the open-air architecture seems to acknowledge our connection to nature, so I imagine there’s definitely some pagan booty-shaking goin’ down in this church.
The snowman made for him by Brookfield Zoo keepers didn’t stand a chance. The Amur tiger especially enjoyed the eyes and buttons, which were made of meat, and the feet, which were bones.
Photo: Jim Schulz, Associated Press (via Well, what do we have here? A vaguely human form smelling of raw meat. AND HE DOESN’T SEE ME)
The Hobbit: There And Back Again postponed until December 2014
Peter Jackson’s trilogy closes abandons July 2014 in favour of a traditional Christmas release slot…
Vandals apparently stole the bust of Leo Tolstoy on American University’s campus, toppling the statue to the ground.
This is why we can’t have nice things.