archiemcphee:

This 1949 Cadillac has an awesomely shiny $382.95 paint job. That is, it’s been covered in exactly 38, 295 pennies. Affectionately called “Penny,” she was customized by and belongs to the Thompson family. The pennies were affixed to car one at a time using silicone glue over a 6 week period during the summer of 1999. Altogether they add over 200 lbs to the vehicle’s weight. All but four of the pennies were attached head side up. They’re all American pennies and include one 1817 Large Cent coin, 2 error pennies and 4 1943 steel pennies.

We love that the Thompsons display their Penny Caddy with a sign that reads “Please Touch the Car!” We’d certainly want to.

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[via Twisted Sifter and Rodz Back Alley]

lolicrafter:

inga-na:

Actresses + suits

LADIES IN SUITS THOUGH

thetypologist:

Typology of skulls. via the wonderful Skulls exhibition at California Academy of Sciences. 

thetypologist:

Typology of skulls. via the wonderful Skulls exhibition at California Academy of Sciences

onemultiplefandom:

bitchesaloud:

plot twist

THIS WAS THE CUTEST PLOT TWIST EVER

thingsorganizedneatly:

Japanese Boxwood Combs from Nalata Nalata
Photography by Armando Rafael

thingsorganizedneatly:

Japanese Boxwood Combs from Nalata Nalata

Photography by Armando Rafael

nightelfspectre:

erik-steigerwald:

annieskywalker:

vevamadness:

all the time

MY LIFE

true

this is why I hate getting caught in the rain

nightelfspectre:

erik-steigerwald:

annieskywalker:

vevamadness:

all the time

MY LIFE

true

this is why I hate getting caught in the rain

beyondtheoath:

Sometimes CAH hits too close to home.

beyondtheoath:

Sometimes CAH hits too close to home.

Did anyone notice…

jdisapunk:

thesuperjew:

Obama mentions his wife in his victory speech: “…The woman who agreed to marry me 20 years ago”

Romney mentions his wife in his concession speech: “… The woman I chose to marry”

It’s amazing how someone’s views on equality can come out in one simple sentence

still relevant

Since a three-dimensional object casts a two-dimensional shadow, we should be able to imagine the unknown four-dimensional object whose shadow we are.
Marcel Duchamp (via fables-of-the-reconstruction)

hektikk:

mymodernmet:

UK-based artist Robin Wight uses stainless steel wire to form stunning, dynamic sculptures of winged fairies dancing in the wind.

This is fucking amazing!