Nujabes feat. Cise Starr & Akin // Feathers

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"Well, lads. You’ve discovered a species hitherto unknown to science, quite possibly non-terrestrial in origin, and you kicked its fuckin’ head in!

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Left Hand Free // alt-J



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"It’s a figure of speech, Ryan. It means he has AIDS."



Bad Moon Rising | Creedence Clearwater Revival

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 Rebecca Yanovskaya: Overwhelming Force

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Rebecca Yanovskaya is a graduate from the Illustration program at Sheridan CollegeHer main focus is creating illustrations in the fantasy, sci-fi and horror genres. She is inspired by and frequently illustrates mythological stories, natural forces, and the beauty of the human figure.

While Rebecca’s work began in small sketchbooks it is becoming larger and more ambitious, with gold, floral patterns, and natural materials such as wood panels featuring in her work. Despite most artists in her genre using digital and traditional painting tools, she has made the choice to construct her pieces with ballpoint pen instead.

In her most recent Winged series, Yanovskaya combines ballpoint pen with 22K gold leaf applique on Moleskine paper. If you’re interested in prints, they are available through INPRNT.


Holy Other "Tense Past"


Rejoice despite the fact this world will tear you to shreds
Rejoice because you’re trying your best


Everclear - I Will Buy You A New Life


Illustrator and photographer Vesa Lehtimäki (AKA Avanaut) used a series of excellent scale models from various science fiction films and took some amazing photos of each. From Star Wars to Battlestar Galactica, you can see his amazing poster design that combines the entire collection via Flickr.

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Spaceship Series by Vesa Lehtimäki (Instagram) (Facebook) (Twitter)

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Pretty image of the day from The Scientist: the human brain seen with diffusion tensor imaging.

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Image credit: Thomas Schultz