scully doesn’t doesn’t doesn’t know
Studio Ghibli - Howl’s Moving Castle
Pusheen the cat making some chemistry.
That cat is not wearing safety goggles, he hasn’t even bothered to clean up that spilled solvent, and he is holding that Erlenmeyer flask way to close to his face.
Pusheen the Cat, more like Pusheen the limits of lab safety
note to self: looking at their Instagram makes it feel 100000x worse, don’t do it.
Woke up to a package with this wig in it… One day late for me to ruin it, hahaa.
Dark Dark Dark - Wild Goose Chase
Woman holding a bison horn, from Laussel, France, ca. 25,000-20,000 BCE. Painted limestone, 1’ 6” high. This is one of the oldest known relief sculptures, and depicts a woman who holds a bison horn and whose left arm draws attention to her belly. Scholars continue to debate the meaning of the gesture and the horn.
The Laussel woman is one of the earliest relief sculptures known. The sculptor employed a stone chisel to cut into the relatively flat surface of a large rock and create an image that projects from its background. Today the relief is exhibited in a museum, divorced from its original context, a detached piece of what once was a much more imposing monument. When the relief was discovered, the Laussel woman was part of a great stone block that measured about 140 cubic feet.
The carved block stood in the open air in front of a Paleolithic rock shelter. Rock shelters were a common type of dwelling for early humans, along with huts and the mouths of caves. The Laussel relief is one of many examples of open-air art in the Old Stone Age. The popular notions that early humans dwelled exclusively in caves and that all Paleolithic art comes from mysterious dark caves are false.
-Gardner’s Art Through the Ages: The Western Perspective, Volume I.
Courtesy & currently located at the Musée d’Aquitaine in Bordeaux, France. Photos taken by Wiki Commons user 120.
Photos tweeted by Denise Crosby and Gates McFadden.
So I got my heart broken recently and this is how it happened…