official-sebastianstan:

Everyone Loves a Good Car Jam!!! - by Thomas Sanders

LITERALLY THE BEST PART IS YOU CAN SEE THE PURE SHOCK ON HIS FACE

nathansummers:

scarabbodyarts:

Fresh scarification done by John Joyce also featuring his healed side cutting.

Cool
top-model:

damn, tyra. you might as well just write “i fuckin hate u” on the paper and give her that.

top-model:

damn, tyra. you might as well just write “i fuckin hate u” on the paper and give her that.

fromthemiddleoftheocean:

stunningpicture:

Was taking random pictures of my mother and this came out…pretty terrifying
wickndgames:

There were no complaints waking up to this

wickndgames:

There were no complaints waking up to this

realmonstrosities:

Acoels are perhaps the simplest bilateral animals in the world!
They were initially thought to be flatworms, but molecular research shows their evolutionary roots probably date back to a time before flatworms ever existed.
Even as flatworms they were always quite strange. They have no gut, no kidney-like organs to help excrete waste and no gonads. The cells they use to create eggs and sperm are simply littered about in their internal tissue.
Their remarkable lack of organs hasn’t stopped them gaining success. They can be found relaxing on tropical corals, feasting on the bits of food they find on the surface. Some provide homes for brown, green or red algae and gain nourishment from them. Many crawl around between grains of sand on the sea floor.
Most impressively, there are some who live within cracks and channels within Arctic ice, seeking out algae to feed on.
So much for organs.
…Images: Samuel Chow/Stevie Smith/Christopher Laumer
realmonstrosities:

Acoels are perhaps the simplest bilateral animals in the world!
They were initially thought to be flatworms, but molecular research shows their evolutionary roots probably date back to a time before flatworms ever existed.
Even as flatworms they were always quite strange. They have no gut, no kidney-like organs to help excrete waste and no gonads. The cells they use to create eggs and sperm are simply littered about in their internal tissue.
Their remarkable lack of organs hasn’t stopped them gaining success. They can be found relaxing on tropical corals, feasting on the bits of food they find on the surface. Some provide homes for brown, green or red algae and gain nourishment from them. Many crawl around between grains of sand on the sea floor.
Most impressively, there are some who live within cracks and channels within Arctic ice, seeking out algae to feed on.
So much for organs.
…Images: Samuel Chow/Stevie Smith/Christopher Laumer
realmonstrosities:

Acoels are perhaps the simplest bilateral animals in the world!
They were initially thought to be flatworms, but molecular research shows their evolutionary roots probably date back to a time before flatworms ever existed.
Even as flatworms they were always quite strange. They have no gut, no kidney-like organs to help excrete waste and no gonads. The cells they use to create eggs and sperm are simply littered about in their internal tissue.
Their remarkable lack of organs hasn’t stopped them gaining success. They can be found relaxing on tropical corals, feasting on the bits of food they find on the surface. Some provide homes for brown, green or red algae and gain nourishment from them. Many crawl around between grains of sand on the sea floor.
Most impressively, there are some who live within cracks and channels within Arctic ice, seeking out algae to feed on.
So much for organs.
…Images: Samuel Chow/Stevie Smith/Christopher Laumer

realmonstrosities:

Acoels are perhaps the simplest bilateral animals in the world!

They were initially thought to be flatworms, but molecular research shows their evolutionary roots probably date back to a time before flatworms ever existed.

Even as flatworms they were always quite strange. They have no gut, no kidney-like organs to help excrete waste and no gonads. The cells they use to create eggs and sperm are simply littered about in their internal tissue.

Their remarkable lack of organs hasn’t stopped them gaining success. They can be found relaxing on tropical corals, feasting on the bits of food they find on the surface. Some provide homes for brown, green or red algae and gain nourishment from them. Many crawl around between grains of sand on the sea floor.

Most impressively, there are some who live within cracks and channels within Arctic ice, seeking out algae to feed on.

So much for organs.

…Images: Samuel Chow/Stevie Smith/Christopher Laumer

originalgiantcontent:

"Brooklyn", 2014.  Available August 6 from Jonathan LeVine Gallery.
djxspazzz:

My heart bleeds Los Angeles.
postthesmiles:

Throwback Thursday

MIley Cyrus for Vogue Germany

MIley Cyrus for Vogue Germany

vintagestilettobrides:

Such a beautiful wedding dress! Especially love the beading detail!
Visit vsb for more wedding dress inspiration!

vintagestilettobrides:

Such a beautiful wedding dress! Especially love the beading detail!

Visit vsb for more wedding dress inspiration!

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