Male. 21.
Nuclear power and technology.
Music: Eclectic.
Anime.
Japanese culture.
Fitness.
General stuff I find cool.

Some favorite things include the Fallout series, Adventure time, Welcome to the NHK!, Cromartie High School, calisthenics.

Currently in training for Awesome.

 

ask-gallows-callibrator:

axylhart:

izolaree:

bubblewraphypothesis:

isalh-on-whatever:

japhers:

axylhart:

ask-gallows-callibrator:

The Most Gorgeous Book Ever Has No Words Or Pictures, Just Color

This is the RGB Colorspace Atlas by Tauba Auerbach. The 8”x8” hardcover tome is pretty much an encyclopedia of every color in the RGB index. It’s huge, it’s gorgeous, and I want one.

I KNOW WHAT THIS NEEDS

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It’s like they were made for each other.

Sensors alight, the pen trailed itself sensually down the gradient shift from yellow to blue along ample curve of paper, dipping closer and closer to the book’s spine.

“Can you imagine it?” the pen whispered, whirring and selecting #00563F with practiced intimacy. “Just picture it. With your collection and my potential…we can color the world.”

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A pen and a book 
A notepad and a clock
CAN I REQUEST A DOUBLE DATE??

request accomplished -

SMACKDOWN TIME

How the fuck did it end up like this

*whispers* make an anime


*whispers* I have a need for this to happen

Sorry, I cannot resist.

I AM SO HAPPY THAT I STARTED THIS BECAUSE WOW THIS ENDING IM FANGIRLING IN THE MIDDLE OF THE LIVING ROOM IN FRONT OF THE WHOLE FAMILY AND IDK IM HAPPY OK 

(Source: albotas)

quinbot:

outofsteparts:

Tucker and Dale vs Evil

I need to watch this movie again.

This movie is amazing.

wildwillo:

lorinaz:

I would like to go to the Grotta Palazzese in Puglia, Italy. “Tucked inside a limestone cavern, this summer-only spot (open May through October) has hosted elegant dinners since the 18th century, when Italian nobility held banquets in the space.” - Conde` Nast Traveler

oh my gosh someone take me here

wildwillo:

lorinaz:

I would like to go to the Grotta Palazzese in Puglia, Italy.
“Tucked inside a limestone cavern, this summer-only spot (open May through October) has hosted elegant dinners since the 18th century, when Italian nobility held banquets in the space.” - Conde` Nast Traveler

oh my gosh someone take me here

awkwardsituationist:

for ten years now, leonid tishkov has traveled the world with his moon. here we see him in arctic svalbard magdalene fjord (1,5,7), new zealand, near rangitito (second photo, taken by marcus williams), the tian shang observatory near the border between china and kyrgyzstan (third photo, by po-i chen) and moscow (4,6,8, taken by boris bendikov)

"the moon is a shining point that brings people together from different countries, of different nationalities and cultures - and everyone who gets in its orbit does not forget it ever. it gives fairytale and poetry in our prosy and mercantile world," leonid writes. "the moon helps us to overcome our loneliness in the universe by uniting us around it."

leonid adds, “the ancient ural peoples who lived in my home told a fairy tale about how a shaman goes into the next world, illuminating the path of the moon. so in all of my photos, i can be seen in my late father’s cloak, because he travels with me in this way.”

sixpenceee:

Georges Rodenbach was a 19th century Belgian writer, best known for Bruges-la-Morte, a symbolic novel published in 1892, was about a man mourning his dead wife.
It’s painfully poignant that Rodenbach’s tomb depicts a man actually emerging from the grave, with a rose in one hand.

sixpenceee:

Georges Rodenbach was a 19th century Belgian writer, best known for Bruges-la-Morte, a symbolic novel published in 1892, was about a man mourning his dead wife.

It’s painfully poignant that Rodenbach’s tomb depicts a man actually emerging from the grave, with a rose in one hand.