cinemagorgeous:

Incredibly gorgeous concept art for Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag by artist Raphael Lacoste.

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artchipel:

Randy Ortiz | on Tumblr - Deer Lake

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[Curator’s Monday with septagonstudios]

the-diviner:

HELP US FUND OUR GAME ON KICKSTARTER!

Your Empress leaves for the North to put down a rebellion — but never returns. It’s your job to bring her back. Leave the comfort and luxury of the Empire you’ve always known to embark on a journey to find her and discover the true threat tearing the world of Low Vis apart. Choose where your alliances truly lie as you explore a vast world and do your best to keep it from ending.

The Diviner is a fantasy RPG in the style of Choose-Your-Own-Adventure style stories and text adventures. Reblog for a chance to win a free digital copy of The Diviner and follow us on Tumblr for updates and exclusive content! We can only make this game with your help.

Both the Kickstarter AND giveaway ends on December 20th. Only reblogs count, but if you follow this blog you get an additional entry! The game will have a release date of June 2014, so that is when we will send you your digital copy download!

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golgathor:

cokekitty:

This is pretty serious stuff. Bayer might be about to overturn the EC’s decision to ban the pesticides implicated in killing off the bees! If they win this case, it could be truly disastrous for both the bees and our own future. Please share, and please see the SumOfUs link (no affiliation) to make a donation to help the campaign to save the bees.

Early in 2013, the European Food Safety Authority stated that three specific neonicotinoid insecticides (imidacloprid, clothianidin, and thiamethoxam) pose an acute risk to honeybees, and the European Commission proposed a two-year ban on them.

This is due to go into effect on Dec 1st – and the ban was introduced because of mounting scientific evidence that these insecticides, produced by Syngenta and Bayer, have been the agents responsible for Colony Collapse Disorder – a major problem threatening both the bees and the safety of our own food supply!

However in a horrifying twist, and despite huge public opposition, Syngenta and Bayer are now suing the European Commission over their “right” to continue to produce the pesticides which have been implicated in the massive die-off of millions of bees. Yes, their “right”. Because as we know, corporations’ sole agenda is to make money. They cannot let a trivial thing like nature get in their way.

These insecticides continue to be produced and used on a vast scale in the USA and in other countries and are huge moneymakers for the chemical corporations…

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This threw up a few red flags when some of the links led to wiki pages but I looked up the lawsuit and it seems to be legit. Bayer is trying to lift the ban on pesticides that have been linked to the death of millions of bees in Europe. This is, unquestionably, terrible enough on its own, because bees are amazing little insects and deserve all our love, but if all the bees in the world go extinct, human life as we know it will change drastically. Produce will virtually cease to exist. That is a big freaking deal.

In addition to the donation page listed above, SumOfUs also has a petition going around that is still in need of signatures to help stop this. And it needs to be stopped. We cannot risk losing any more bees.

Bees get a pretty bad rap, but honestly? The scary, stingy things you’re afraid of? Most likely wasps. Bees, particularly honeybees and bumblebees, are just these fluffy little cuddle balls that fly around and pollinate stuff. They won’t sting you unless you’re a direct threat to them, because if they sting you, they’ll die. Don’t be scared of bees. Be scared for bees.

I’ve done as much looking around as I can because I know Tumblr is a cesspool of misinformation, and this looks as legit as it gets. Please tell people, sign the petition, and donate if you can.

And in the meantime, if you’re a gardner, please try to encourage bees to come to your garden. You can use the tips listed here. There’s also some information about different kinds of bees you might run into, in case you’d like to learn more about bees and why they’re wonderful.

Thanks for reading, guys. Please share this.

REALLY FUCKING IMPORTANT, REALLY REALLY FUCJING IMPORTANT

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leivos:

LA TELEPHONE: A LOVE STORY by Justin Mezzell

Martin Bauendahl

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razorshapes:

Kevin Kunstadt

supersalmon:

"tiny dino lost in the woods" coming very soon

ashmackenzie:

INPRNT is offering $10 international shipping until November 10th! If you’re outside of the US this is a great time to buy prints (their international shipping is usually $40 at least). I updated my shop with new print sizes just for the occasion, check them out HERE!

brianewing:

"MARILYN"
18x24
Screen Print
Edition of 50
Signed & Numbered

More info HERE

Sales are being handled by rivetgallery for this print

I’ll also be doing a lecture Nov 15th at Rivet. More info HERE.
I will be giving away a free print to all those that attend. No shit…

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

Edmund Dulac's picture-book for the French Red Cross'. Published 1916  the Daily Telegraph by Hodder and Stoughton, London.

See the complete book here.

myampgoesto11:

'Real Virtuality,' Sculptures by Moto Waganari 

dorkly:

Mario’s Horrible Secret

arpeggia:

Mojo Wang - People Mountain, People Se