destinae:

By Megan Rose Gerdis

I hear a lot from other writers about how they would love to include gay characters in their stories, but they’re too afraid of screwing them up, so they don’t try. And that’s no good. I don’t like seeing people discouraged from including entire groups…

officialhamlet:

i want realistic modern fantasy like

someone finding a dragon egg and livetweeting the process of trying to hatch it (with no prior knowledge on how a dragon egg should be hatched)

a guy selling an enchanted sword on craigslist

a tattoo artist who does spell runes but for really mundane stuff like conjuring a bound demonic pen or for summoning your keys

summoning a demon for the vine

selfies with mermaids

prank calling wizards

fashionsfromhistory:

Man’s Semi Formal Court Robe (jifu)
1700-1725
Qing Dynasty
MFA

fashionsfromhistory:

Man’s Semi Formal Court Robe (jifu)

1700-1725

Qing Dynasty

MFA


Portrait of Henri Cordier by Gustave Caillebotte (1883).
Museé d’Orsay.

Portrait of Henri Cordier by Gustave Caillebotte (1883).

Museé d’Orsay.

simena:

 Cilius Johannes Konrad Andersen

simena:

 Cilius Johannes Konrad Andersen

expecttheunexpectedtoday:

expecttheunexpectedtoday

2013 - Sculpted with an unconventional carving technique
using only a drill and forstner bits these massive hands
made from reclaimed wood are the work of
Colorado-based artist Andrew Ramiro Tirado

caribbeancivilisation:

waderhoden:

THE ROBERT HALL COLLECTION

BUSH-CHIC (BUSHIQUE); From Chain Gang To Runway: An Introspective Collection From Fashion Designer, Robert Hall, photographed by Jamaican based freelance Photographer Wade Rhoden

"Characters exist in a flat line until we challenge them — sometimes they challenge themselves, sometimes they’re challenged by other people, by nature, by robots, or by fungal infections in and around one’s nether-country. Stories need conflict across the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual spectra. Accidents, betrayals, cataclysm, desperation, excess — these are the letters in the alphabet of conflict."
— Chuck Wendig