Meh.

26, British. Kentish born, but living in London. Child of the Chalk is what you'd say if you'd read too much Pratchett.

Supposedly studying PPE, but mostly I'm not.

I spend most of my time reading, smoking, and fucking around on my computer.

The are also Videogames, but shhhhhh.

Stoned out of my gourd most of the time, but not completely averse to the notion of talking to people.

This is my personal (and only) blog, full of stuff I thought was interesting and worthy at the time.
Enjoy

 

discardingimages:

how to make a mule St. Albert the Great, De animalibus, Paris 14th century.
BnF, Latin 16169, fol. 84v

discardingimages:

how to make a mule 

St. Albert the Great, De animalibus, Paris 14th century.

BnF, Latin 16169, fol. 84v

Not till we are lost, in other words not till we have lost the world, do we begin to find ourselves, and realize where we are and the infinite extent of our relations.

Walden: Henry David Thoreau  (via 365-daysofstephanie)

wetheurban:

ART: Sky Art Illustrations by Thomas Lamadieu

Genius French artist Thomas Lamadieu has illustrated a series of scenes in the sky directly onto photographs of urban landscapes.

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findchaos:

The Mitchell and Webb Look - Queen Victoria

The inescapable truth of our neighborhood this time of year. Thanks, Obama Queen Victoria.

bitterbatbrat:

 



“If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face — forever.”1984 by George Orwell

bitterbatbrat:

 

If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face — forever.1984 by George Orwell

But then science is nothing but a series of questions that lead to more questions, which is just as well, or it wouldn’t be much of a career path, would it?

Terry Pratchett The Long Earth
(Via Tizzy)

(Source: kindlequotes)

justinejoli:

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Magical Blue Crystals Cover an Entire Room by  Roger Hiorns

Seizure is a large-scale installation by British artist Roger Hiorns in which he used unexpected materials to transform an everyday room into a giant piece of art. To create the site-specific installation, Hiorns covered the surface of the interior with plastic sheeting. He then poured more than 20,000 gallons of boiling copper sulphate solution into the abandoned space and let the liquid cool for three weeks. As the liquid cooled, these strange blue crystalline growths began to form, covering the walls, the floors, and the ceiling. The remaining liquid was drained and sent out for special chemical recycling.             

So fucking crazy.

Went there, saw this. Have some in a box somewhere.

Mind you, the Elizabethans had so many words for the female genitals that it is quite hard to speak a sentence of modern English without inadvertently mentioning at least three of them.