Mark my words. With a marker.
May 17, 2013
‘Cannon dial for latitude 49° North. Cannon dials (or ‘time guns’ as they were occasionally known) were popular in the 18th century. A burning glass mounted above the plate would receive the sun’s rays at noon, so providing the heat to light the fuse at the end of the miniature cannon, causing it to fire and thus provide a signal for midday. Engraved on the dial-plate is the maker’s signature, Victor Chevalier Ingr. Breveté quai l’horlage 77 à Paris.’ (via National Maritime Museum)
May 13, 2013
God, his face. Like reality is crumbling before his eyes.
Valerie Hegarty, ‘Woman in White with Flowers’, 2012
canvas, stretcher, acrylics, paper, glue, foil, foam, wire, artificial foliage, sand, thread
May 11, 2013
This is beautiful D:
May 10, 2013
Greedo’s language is the Peruvian Indian language Quechua, played backwards.
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)
This is a good one.