Playlist:

1. Do I Wanna Know?
2. Instrumental
3. cover by
4. Facundo Marin
5.

roachpatrol:

pardonmewhileipanic:

pardonmewhileipanic:

So I was looking at this terrible lingerie shop and….

bringing this back

she criticizes the taste of your meat for half an hour then storms off, it’s very erotic

stuckygluedmyheart:

radhomo:

my new favorite color

imagine painting your nails with this color
or wearing eyliner of that color
or wearing heels that color
or wearing lipstick that color
or 
that color

stuckygluedmyheart:

radhomo:

my new favorite color

imagine painting your nails with this color

or wearing eyliner of that color

or wearing heels that color

or wearing lipstick that color

or 

that color

zhegames:

Under The Influence
Over the course of several months and $300+ dollars, I made a T-Shirt that plays a fully functional game of pong.  Here’s a video of the thing in action. I didn’t make this for the art assignment per-say, but it applies so I’m sharing.
The very obvious inspiration comes from my love of old video games. For the hardware restrictions they had at the time they could do some amazing things. I did the same thing here. I ran the game off of an Arduino pro mega, which runs at 16MHz, which is less than a tenth of the power than in your smart phone. With that I have to work inside of a 14x15 pixel grid. It may not be easy to make art in that space, even though I could probably recreate a Rothko, but it’s fun to think of clever ways to overcome the challenges I face by restricting myself. It was a bit of a challenge to get “pong play” to appear legibly at the beginning of the game without having each letter bleed into the next, but when I got everything to work it felt simply amazing.
I got a lot of my inspiration to build this from Limor Fried, as well as the company Sparkfun. Certain electrical projects have a style to them, not just externally but internally as well. It wasn’t until now when I realized jsut how much of my style I had gotten from them and incorporated into my design. A big part of Adafruit (the company founded by Limor Fried) is wearable tech. I not only got some of the components and libraries from them, but seeing them create motivated me to do the same.
Speaking of mimicking the style of others, I documented the process so you can see what it was like building this. On top of that, I put the code up on GitHub for others. I know you guys aren’t programmers and couldn’t comment on my code (double meaning for people who can program, *wink* *wink*) but there really is an art to programming. A programmer can brute force his or her way through a problem or cleverly tip toe around it. They can name their variables whatever they want without changing the function of the code, and certain styles will become evident. Many put no nonsense descriptions in their Debug Log but many others will leave little jokes to tell them if something isn’t working correctly or short encouragements to tell them if it is. Not to mention some of the hilarity that can ensue between “/*” and “*/” or after “//” due to boredom. In the code I provide I even give one little reference to Star Wars.
While most of the time programming is given a happy personality or just left to be neutral there is no rule saying it has to be that way. It can occasionally take on a deeper or darker meaning, but really, as in most things, it’s up to the artist.

zhegames:

Under The Influence

Over the course of several months and $300+ dollars, I made a T-Shirt that plays a fully functional game of pong.  Here’s a video of the thing in action. I didn’t make this for the art assignment per-say, but it applies so I’m sharing.

The very obvious inspiration comes from my love of old video games. For the hardware restrictions they had at the time they could do some amazing things. I did the same thing here. I ran the game off of an Arduino pro mega, which runs at 16MHz, which is less than a tenth of the power than in your smart phone. With that I have to work inside of a 14x15 pixel grid. It may not be easy to make art in that space, even though I could probably recreate a Rothko, but it’s fun to think of clever ways to overcome the challenges I face by restricting myself. It was a bit of a challenge to get “pong play” to appear legibly at the beginning of the game without having each letter bleed into the next, but when I got everything to work it felt simply amazing.

I got a lot of my inspiration to build this from Limor Fried, as well as the company Sparkfun. Certain electrical projects have a style to them, not just externally but internally as well. It wasn’t until now when I realized jsut how much of my style I had gotten from them and incorporated into my design. A big part of Adafruit (the company founded by Limor Fried) is wearable tech. I not only got some of the components and libraries from them, but seeing them create motivated me to do the same.

Speaking of mimicking the style of others, I documented the process so you can see what it was like building this. On top of that, I put the code up on GitHub for others. I know you guys aren’t programmers and couldn’t comment on my code (double meaning for people who can program, *wink* *wink*) but there really is an art to programming. A programmer can brute force his or her way through a problem or cleverly tip toe around it. They can name their variables whatever they want without changing the function of the code, and certain styles will become evident. Many put no nonsense descriptions in their Debug Log but many others will leave little jokes to tell them if something isn’t working correctly or short encouragements to tell them if it is. Not to mention some of the hilarity that can ensue between “/*” and “*/” or after “//” due to boredom. In the code I provide I even give one little reference to Star Wars.

While most of the time programming is given a happy personality or just left to be neutral there is no rule saying it has to be that way. It can occasionally take on a deeper or darker meaning, but really, as in most things, it’s up to the artist.

yesmissmori:

THINX Underwear:

OH SHIT YOU GUYS THIS COMPANY IS MAKING UNDERWEAR THAT IS STAIN RESISTANT, ANTIMICROBIAL, AND WILL ABSORB UP TO 6 TEASPOONS OF LIQUID BUT STILL LOOKS FUCKING SEXY

AND DID I MENTION THIS PART:

For every pair of THINX you buy, you help one girl in the developing world stay in school by providing her with seven washable, reusable cloth pads.

AND WHY IS THAT SUCH A BIG DEAL? HERE’S WHY:

After doing some research, Agrawal says she found that more than 100 million girls in the developing world were missing a week of school because of their periods, and using things such as leaves, old rags, or plastic bags in the place of sanitary pads.

THE SIZES RUN FROM XS TO XXL AND THE PRICES ARE NOT INSANE, THEY’RE OBVIOUSLY HIGHER THAN THOSE 5 FOR $10 SALES AT TARGET BUT YOU WON’T HAVE TO THROW THEM OUT BECAUSE YOU MISCALCULATED YOUR FLOW AND BLED ALL OVER THEM BEFORE YOU COULD GET TO A BATHROOM

I’M SORRY FOR SHOUTING I’M JUST REALLY EXCITED ABOUT THIS

LIKE HOLY FUCKBASKET IT’S ABOUT DAMN TIME

bombisbomb:

Unisex Crescent Moon Sweater
$28

bombisbomb:

Unisex Crescent Moon Sweater

$28

tagged: #reblog  #photo  #fashion  #want 
tagged: #reblog  #photo  #fashion  #want 

wickedclothes:

Cat Ears Hat

This hat has cat ears! The ears are part of the hat, not sewn on separately. Made of knitting wool. Currently on sale for just $4.36 with FREE SHIPPING at Amazon!

tagged: #reblog  #photo  #fashion  #want 

rexesque:

Long pink curly wig with top/bump extension for sale

  • Set was originally bought for ~100 USD
  • I’m looking to sell it for about 75 to 80 USD
  • Prices are definitely negotiable
  • Wig has been worn 4 times (2 times in public, 2 times in private)
  • Condition is decent, images are recent (taken about an hour ago)
  • Wig is as it was purchased, save for the wearing bit lol
  • Bangs are about 12cm
  • As someone who is about 158cm tall, the wig reaches my lower back.
  • There’s no rush to get rid of it
  • but the money is going toward a chest binder.

If you’re interested go ahead and message me here.