I really love this question
This is true art right here.
Humans are great
Happy birthday to Vera Rubin! The pioneering astronomer turns 86 today.
the name connor originates from the gaelic name ‘conchobhar’ which is said to mean something along the lines of ‘wolf/dog lover’ so essentially - anyone called connor is a fucking furry.
wow okay, i sure do love dogs but no
Here is my latest projéct
pPldease don8 to my kickstartér so I can make the BIG MONEY
Watching Rooster Teeth and Achievement Hunter videos is fun at first until it’s a game of “What haven’t I watched yet”.
or “Which have I watched less than 5 times”
This spider was trapped in tree resin about 20 million years ago. Over time, the resin fossilized to amber, preserving the animal inside. Specimens like this are helpful given that spiders don’t fossilize well in sediment. They offer researchers good information about the group’s more recent history. The oldest known amber specimen is from around 130 million years ago. This specimen was collected in the Dominican Republic.
Learn more in our exhibition, Spiders Alive! open now.
I visited the V&A today, and was inspired by the memory of this excellent post to create my own collection of Pert Posteriors In Art History. Small but delightfully formed, much like the bottoms themselves…