emilyisobsessed:

Leslie Knope tries impressions and accents

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guardian:

Fan Ho is one of Asia’s most beloved street photographers, capturing the spirit of Hong Kong in the 1950s and 60s. His work shows a love of people combined with unexpected, geometric constructions and a sense of drama heightened by use of smoke and light. More

Approaching Shadow, 1954. Photo: Fan Ho/AO Vertical Art Space

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endiposkovic:

10 stages of printing The Night Watch with Cloud in Alizarin Crimson with Purple on Gray (for M.K.) 5-plate 18-color woodcut on Kitakata washi

printing conducted by studio assistant Anastassia Fulmer

kpopinstagrampictures:

_kimjaekyung_: 애미야 쉬다가자꾸나 #macaron #마카롱입니다 #cotondetulear

Taeyeon’s airport cam feat. seohyun

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cindysuen:

happy national dog day tumbling and eating pizza ♥

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bakeddd:

peanut butter cup pancakes

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escapekit:

Calligraphy Videos

Uk type designer Sebastian Lester has recently uploaded a collection of short calligraphic videos showing his process. 

Check out the rest of them here.

 

You like induction? Here, have friggin nine hundred pages on it.

Fundraising adoption fees: Fair or foul? →

peaceshannon:

The Christian adoption movement is huge, and the demand for children from other countries—especially those with brown kids—has created a climate of corruption and child trafficking. This impacts (and implicates) well-meaning adopters, and the generous subsidizers of Duane and Kristen Watkins’ adoption might be contributing to some unsavory practices.

Nowhere in all of the joyous donating is any questioning of the exorbitant fees attached to adoption, or the need for family preservation where possible, or what kinds of post-placement support is available to families like the Watkins. Reuters recently ran a horrifying series on the process known as re-homing, when parents give adopted children away to strangers they’ve “met” on the Internet because they weren’t prepared or equipped to handle the many issues institutionalized children face. 

Duane and Kristen Watkins say they plan to set up college savings accounts for both kids with the additional money raised. A donation to an organization in Ethiopia that supports family preservation would be another way to honor their children while also making an impact beyond their immediate family. 

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