historia-polski:

ukrainia-urania:

borders / granice - photo exhibition by Piotr Bondarczyk & Piotr Sikora - Polish traditional costumes presented by people of different nationalities!

"The genesis of this photographic presentation was a series of discussions about recent changes in Poland.  The image of Polish society was frozen during the Communist period, but now is gradually changing.  Poland was once a homogeneous nation, with a small ethnic group. However, Polish society in the present is composed of many different nationalities. There is a continuous influx of new people from all over the world, bringing with them fresh ideas and creating opportunities for learning and growing from cross-cultural interaction."  (source)

(Źródło: thesmallandmeek)

fukkkres:

when ur eating dinner at your friends house

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and their parents start arguing

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and you want to ask for the salt

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but the salt is right in between their upcoming divorce

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(via knowmysteez)

tryingtolosemyfupa:

poesdaughter:

pastelmorgue:

IT’S BACK

OMFG

I will love this forever!!!

(Źródło: kendrawcandraw, via thechocolatebrigade)

dirkbot:

If you notice me reblogging

  • a repost
  • stolen art
  • false information
  • etc.

please let me know, you’re not rude or annoying and I actually do give a fuck and I will correct my mistake, thank you

(via fionagoddess)

fuckyeahhardfemme:

strangevegan360:

this cartoon is a national treasure

trigger warning: misogyny 

trigger warning: cigarettes

(Źródło: erinlocascioart, via collection-of-gifs)

archaeoblogs:

3D Printing - testing size and colourSource: http://bit.ly/O7dRm0
We have been running the 3D printer through its paces, working with scaling the printed objects, and with different processes and products for post-printing infiltration.  Our test object was a small red projectile point. The point was first scanned in 2012 by the Sustainable Archaeology Animation Unit using the macro white light scanner.  (image)The untextured (left) and textured (right) scans of the pointIn order to see how the printer was handling the detail captured in the original scans of the projectile point, we decided to print not only an original sized replica, but also………. Read MoreRead and find more great archaeology blogs at: Archaeology Blog Project

archaeoblogs:

3D Printing - testing size and colour
Source: http://bit.ly/O7dRm0

We have been running the 3D printer through its paces, working with scaling the printed objects, and with different processes and products for post-printing infiltration.  Our test object was a small red projectile point. The point was first scanned in 2012 by the Sustainable Archaeology Animation Unit using the macro white light scanner.  (image)The untextured (left) and textured (right) scans of the pointIn order to see how the printer was handling the detail captured in the original scans of the projectile point, we decided to print not only an original sized replica, but also………. Read More


Read and find more great archaeology blogs at: Archaeology Blog Project

Reblog if you wouldn’t mind getting some anons.

(Źródło: gholdist, via leahloverich)

ephemeral-elegance:

Sheer Beaded Flapper Dress, ca. 1920s

via Rococo Vintage Etsy

pomelomela:

Even the most sexed up man in all of history knew that taking advantage of women was never ok.

(Źródło: pomelomelomela, via whatmakesmeexplode)

actuallygrimes:

fyspringfield:

Read it. 

the things i learned from the simpsons have had more relevance in my daily life than any of the things i learned in  elementary school

(Źródło: fyspringfield)

(Źródło: divination, via drkprncss)