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Faber Castell’s 250 Year Anniversary (1761-2011) Art & Graphic Case
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why is there porn on my dash!?

there are children on this website

holly shit.

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I’m not an artist and I jizzed myself.

If you get this for an artist, it’s pretty much a guarantee you’ll get laid that night.

tag your porn

I looked at this and had an orgasm

hate to burst your bubble, but if you gave this to an artist there is zero chance of you getting laid because I don’t think you would be able to pry them away from this thing of beauty long enough.

^ Reblogging for that comment

If anyone’s curious this is the Faber Castell 250th Anniversary Pencil Set, and it runs at about $1700.

well at least it was nice to look at

Those better be some kickass pencils then for $1700

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sidneybristows:

know you are the type of woman 
who is searching for a place to call yours.
let the statues crumble.
you have always been the place.
you are a woman who can build it yourself.
YOU WERE BORN TO BUILD. (insp)

(via irresistible-revolution)

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#they are so in love it makes me sick (via aponderingcharming)

#can’t decide if i want this to be the day of their date #and she’s going home to get ready #and he’s all ~pick you up at 7 #*gonna marry that girl* #*cheesy grin* #felicity forever #or #if i want it to just be some random day #before he asks her out #and they just got done flirting #*ahem* discussing a mission #and she says something adorable (as she does) #and he is just grinning like an idiot #he’s already decided he’s going to ask her out #but he’s waiting for the right time #and in the meantime he’s writing ‘mr. oliver smoak’ in his little notebook #otp: i love you. do you understand (via youreallysoldit)

#and he’s pasting his and felicity’s pics on pictures of couples on their wedding day that he cut out from magazines #and doodling mr & mrs smoaking queen on his olicity scrapbook #the beautiful idiot

These tags lol

Mr Oliver Smoak got me like nothing did.
Petition to tag every love sick puppy photo of Oliver Queen with #MrOliverSmoak. It’s an Olicity thing. 
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teabq:

fykamalakhan:


"I am asking you for something more difficult. If you insist on pursuing this thing you will not tell me about, do it with the qualities befitting an upright young woman: Courage, strength, honesty, compassion, and self-respect.”

I enjoyed this reversal of expectations from Sheikh Abdullah. Kamala’s last interaction with him ended in a disagreement on the existence of a partition and side entrance that separated men and women at their Islamic Center, that effectively isolated half the audience from actively listening or participating in the discussion.
However in this interaction, Sheikh Abdullah, having known Kamala for quite some time, realizes the best possible advice he can give her is to be the best person that she can be. Underlying this conversation is a trust that Sheikh Abdullah has for Kamala, that whatever she’s doing is for bettering the world and acting for the benefit of others. He chooses to tell her to maintain her core values in whatever she’s pursuing instead of telling her to abandon these activities, despite the fact that it might be going against the wishes of her parents. By suggesting she find a teacher to guide her in her activities, he maintains the relationship they have and ends the conversation in a way that Kamala is likely to return to him for advice in the future.
From Ms. Marvel #6, by G. Willow Wilson, Jacob Wyatt, & Ian Herring.

I loved this whole interaction. In so many stories, especially stories about teens with powers, wacky hijinks are forced to ensue with the teens not telling the adults the truth of what’s going on, and the adults getting in the way and not understanding.
And I get that, I mean Adults Do Not Get What Kids Today Go Through is not so much symbolism as it is text. However it’s also been done a billion times. With good reason, yes, but done.
There is also the flip side - the adult who is the Wise Mentor who is already in the know, and can dispense sage advice until such time as the plot requires them to die. Again, not bad in and of itself, but done.
Throw in the aspect of the adult being a religious figure and the odds of them being either Wise Elder or Plot Required Obstacle are even higher. And even more done.
But instead, what was done with Kamala and Sheikh Abdullah was show that there can be another way. Kamala doesn’t give away her secret identity, but she tries telling as much of the truth as she can. It’s not an either/or of lies vs full confession.
In turn, Sheikh Abdullah shows respect for what Kamala tells him and replies to her in kind. He can’t give full advice without knowing the entire situation, but he gives what advice he can given the information he has. He trusts that she’s telling the truth about helping people, and gives her guidance to help her find her way as she figures things out for herself.
It’s a wonderful bit of personal, human interaction and it’s not an emotional beat you often get in stories like these.
In a way it reminds me of one of the (many) things I liked about Captain Marvel’s first run, in that it showed friendships between generations.

teabq:

fykamalakhan:

"I am asking you for something more difficult. If you insist on pursuing this thing you will not tell me about, do it with the qualities befitting an upright young woman: Courage, strength, honesty, compassion, and self-respect.”

I enjoyed this reversal of expectations from Sheikh Abdullah. Kamala’s last interaction with him ended in a disagreement on the existence of a partition and side entrance that separated men and women at their Islamic Center, that effectively isolated half the audience from actively listening or participating in the discussion.

However in this interaction, Sheikh Abdullah, having known Kamala for quite some time, realizes the best possible advice he can give her is to be the best person that she can be. Underlying this conversation is a trust that Sheikh Abdullah has for Kamala, that whatever she’s doing is for bettering the world and acting for the benefit of others. He chooses to tell her to maintain her core values in whatever she’s pursuing instead of telling her to abandon these activities, despite the fact that it might be going against the wishes of her parents. By suggesting she find a teacher to guide her in her activities, he maintains the relationship they have and ends the conversation in a way that Kamala is likely to return to him for advice in the future.

From Ms. Marvel #6, by G. Willow Wilson, Jacob Wyatt, & Ian Herring.

I loved this whole interaction. In so many stories, especially stories about teens with powers, wacky hijinks are forced to ensue with the teens not telling the adults the truth of what’s going on, and the adults getting in the way and not understanding.

And I get that, I mean Adults Do Not Get What Kids Today Go Through is not so much symbolism as it is text. However it’s also been done a billion times. With good reason, yes, but done.

There is also the flip side - the adult who is the Wise Mentor who is already in the know, and can dispense sage advice until such time as the plot requires them to die. Again, not bad in and of itself, but done.

Throw in the aspect of the adult being a religious figure and the odds of them being either Wise Elder or Plot Required Obstacle are even higher. And even more done.

But instead, what was done with Kamala and Sheikh Abdullah was show that there can be another way. Kamala doesn’t give away her secret identity, but she tries telling as much of the truth as she can. It’s not an either/or of lies vs full confession.

In turn, Sheikh Abdullah shows respect for what Kamala tells him and replies to her in kind. He can’t give full advice without knowing the entire situation, but he gives what advice he can given the information he has. He trusts that she’s telling the truth about helping people, and gives her guidance to help her find her way as she figures things out for herself.

It’s a wonderful bit of personal, human interaction and it’s not an emotional beat you often get in stories like these.

In a way it reminds me of one of the (many) things I liked about Captain Marvel’s first run, in that it showed friendships between generations.

(via kamala-skadoosh)

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jaegerpilotmako:

Representation matters

fuck if only I knew all of the sources for these I’d  be so on top of all of them.

Top Left: Cass Cain as Black Bat (she was also Batgirl) pre-New 52

Top Middle: Kitty Pryde from All New X-Men

Top Right: Miss America Chavez from Young Avengers

Second Left: Miles Morales (Spiderman) from the Marvel Ultimate Universe

Second Middle: Sir Ystin/Ystina (Shining Knight) from Demon Knights

Second Right: Northstar and Kyle from Astonishing X-Men

Third Left: Wendy Harris (Proxy) and Barbara Gordon (Oracle) from the Stephanie Brown Batgirl comics

Third Middle: Alysia Yeoh (Barbara Gordon’s roommate) from the New 52 Batgirl

Third Right: Sooriya Qadir (Dust) from X-Men

Bottom Left: Kiran Singh (Solstace) from Teen Titans

Bottom Middle: Mia Dearden (Speedy) pre-New 52 Green Arrow

Bottom Right: Dani Moonstar formerly of the X-Men, also in Fearless Defenders

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abigailwlker:

AU where female characters aren’t treated like shit by their own writers and fandoms 

(via lembeau)

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JUSTICE LEAGUE FANCAST Part IIrequested by anonymous

Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry/Aquaman 
Raza Jaffrey as Oliver Queen/Green Arrow
Lana Parrilla as Helena Bertinelli/Huntress
Dania Ramirez and Dascha Polanco as Laurel and Sara Lance/Black Canary
Danai Gurira as Mari McCabe/Vixen
Jamie Chung as Kara Kent/Supergirl
John Cho as Michael Jon Carter/Booster Gold
Candice Patton as Zatanna Zatara

Note: Part I is here.

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passerineart:

when the signs of her vitiligo started appearing, her mother would tell her there was no reason to worry, or to be ashamed; her body was merely starting to show the stardust our bodies are made out of, turning her body into the milky way
idk playing around with the design for my upcoming black/desi girl with vitiligo, she wants to become an astronomer and is very passionate about astrology and stars and the vast galaxy

Can you tell I’ve gotten really into sparkles lately

#fuck your hollywood beauty ideals

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The Little Mermaid TV Series: Gabriella

Remember when Disney had a cute, disabled, POC mermaid?

When i was younger, one of my best friends was a deaf Guyanese girl, and her fave princess was Ariel, mainly bc she related to her living without a voice (and her love of swimming)

When this episode aired, she cried and squawked and made sounds that were almost understandable… She saw herself as a mermaid, on TV, with her favourite character of all time

Representation matters, always, no matter what

okay it’s hella cool and they actually animated real ASL they didn’t just bullshit it oh mAN THIS IS LEGIT SIGN LANGUAGE AND IT’S ACTUALLY AWESOME A+++++++

Not only that, the character was named after and meant to be a likeness of a 2-year-old girl who was a fan of the show. She died of leukemia during the show’s first season. 

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"I am an inferno, I am a tempest. I am venom and fangs and claws. I am lightning and starlight, and I am hell in high heels."

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