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Paper Cut Artworks

Deepti Nair and Harikrishnan Panicker are a creative duo known as Hari & Deepti. They produce amazing paper cut light boxes using layers of watercolor paper placed inside a shadow box that is then lit from behind to bring these intricate dioramas to life.

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omgtsn:

we are birbwe must dance

omgtsn:

we are birb

we must dance

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rainbowbarnacle:

hope-for-snow:

At one time, one of Toothless’s animator stuck a ball of duct-tape on his own cat’s tail for reference which ended up perfect for this shot. (actual footage of his cat he used)

AWWWWWW

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thereadysext:

If ever you feel stupid, remember that one time my twin brother forgot my birthday.

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painted-bees:

Penh was eyeing up my lollipop something fierce. 


Expecting her to be repelled by it, I let her check it out.
She wiggled her antennae all over it before shoving her face right into it with the fervor of a five-year-old sugar addict. Sean managed to snap a shot of the moment! 

Apparently it’s not “bad” for her, but too much sugar can’t be very ‘good’ either! Though, I’m have a feeling that she would insist otherwise if she were capable of doing so.

nom nom nom

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georgetakei:

And now I want some Corn Flakes. Pronto. http://ift.tt/1d3wWkW

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lanthanoid:

A little late but I did the pokemon fusion thing! Puppies!

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the-tabularium:

becausebirds:

So my gifs got captioned. I had to share. Thanks, runl.tumblr

THE BEST BULBUL EVERYWHERE

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lulz-time:

Tried to work on cosplay but this trouble maker got in the way.

Featured on a 1000Notes.com blog

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thebrainscoop:

Every Tuesday morning, three library staff go through the production of opening up the case housing a volume of Audubon’s “The Birds of America” to carefully turn a single page. With 435 pages in four volumes, it will take them over eight years before an illustration is repeated. I got to pick yesterday and I chose the golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos), its massive body rendered to scale, wing tips pushing out of the margins, claws buried deep in the eye of its catch.

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