archiemcphee:

California-based Yarnboming artists Jill and Lorna Watt of Knits For Life (previously featured here) recently transformed a pair of unassuming benches near the San Francisco Ferry Building into adorably ferocious monsters, complete with six awesome orange feet. The irrepressibly inventive sisters created this delightful yarn installation for an upcoming episode of CCTV America’s new show Full Frame.

[via Laughing Squid]

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new-aesthetic:

Twitter / contagious: “Hmm, nobody is clicking our banner ads. Let’s try them on print. (via @spencerholladay)”

new-aesthetic:

Twitter / contagious: “Hmm, nobody is clicking our banner ads. Let’s try them on print. (via @spencerholladay)”

daedriac:

The only important pictures from my Italy trip

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untrustyou:

Jean-Baptiste Courtier - Elephant Rose
etall:

Trying out these brushes

etall:

Trying out these brushes

hellajerica:

natnat14:

rightin-the-childhood:

This show is why I have issues

this will always be my fav show

this show was so good, but seriously freaked me the fuck out. especially that “return the slab” guy. NAH.

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untrustyou:

Brad Carlile
new-aesthetic:

Missing boy existed only on Facebook | World news | theguardian.com

Police searching for two-year-old Chayson Basinio knew it was a race against time to find the missing child, who had reportedly disappeared from a supermarket car park.

The local judge opened an inquiry for kidnapping and sequestration and police divers dredged a lake, fearing the child may have drowned.

As the days passed without any leads or clues, detectives at Allier near Moulins in the Auvergne prepared to warn relatives who had alerted them that they could find no trace of the boy.

Which, in the circumstances, was hardly surprising. In fact, neither Chayson Basinio nor his parents existed – except in the virtual world of social media.

Police had found photographs allegedly of the boy and his father, Rayane Basinio, 20, on Facebook, but absolutely no evidence that they were real.

new-aesthetic:

Missing boy existed only on Facebook | World news | theguardian.com

Police searching for two-year-old Chayson Basinio knew it was a race against time to find the missing child, who had reportedly disappeared from a supermarket car park. The local judge opened an inquiry for kidnapping and sequestration and police divers dredged a lake, fearing the child may have drowned. As the days passed without any leads or clues, detectives at Allier near Moulins in the Auvergne prepared to warn relatives who had alerted them that they could find no trace of the boy. Which, in the circumstances, was hardly surprising. In fact, neither Chayson Basinio nor his parents existed – except in the virtual world of social media. Police had found photographs allegedly of the boy and his father, Rayane Basinio, 20, on Facebook, but absolutely no evidence that they were real.
brucesterling:

*At last
edwardspoonhands:

Please Please Please let me give him a YouTube show. I would be really good at that.

edwardspoonhands:

Please Please Please let me give him a YouTube show. I would be really good at that.

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untrustyou:

Leche de Mipalo