I like how cats tell you they really dont like something by “burying it” like “oh you spent like 8 dollars on these shitty cat treats? Ill bury it like i bury my shit to show you how much you’ve failed.”
It is truly a strange thing when a steam pipe bursts under an abandoned building in the dead of winter, but that’s exactly what happened under the Clinic Building at Greystone Park State Hospital in 2007, a month before the building was unceremoniously knocked down. The steam congregated near the ceiling of the abandoned asylum infirmary, condensing on the pipes and dripping down in regular patterns - and creating these ice stalagmites. An hour after taking this photograph, demolition workers came into the building and chased us through the tunnels; we had to hide in an attic in 0 degree weather for hours while cops searched for us. The next time I drove out there, there was no trace that a building had ever stood in this spot.
WHAT HAVE YOU DONE
I CAN’T TAKE MY EYES OFF THIS OH MY GOD
This Simba at the end killed me
I’m sorry I can’t stop laughing
DESCRIBING THE BIZARRE, highly imaginative world of Blaine Halvorson is like trying to tell someone about a color they have never seen — nearly impossible. Halvorson, a tall, heavily tattooed 42-year-old whose laid-back demeanor hides an obsessive intensity, is a voracious collector of contemporary art, taxidermy and myriad curiosities, from old dentures and glass eyeballs to detached doll heads and faceless anatomical mannequins. These are meticulously arranged in macabre vignettes at his 4,500-square-foot studio in Culver City, Calif. In one installation, a painting of freshly butchered carcasses serves as the focal point for a herd of taxidermied dogs panting before a refrigerated case of plastic meat. In another, a row of jury chairs from an early-20th-century New York courtroom face a series of nine-foot-high mixed-media renderings of real, and very menacing, mug shots.
This is the funniest thing to ever happen to Canada
I have never been prouder to be Canadian
"Get down, Mr. President!" [video]
Amanda Nand photo - Eleven wildfires are currently burning in Alberta, and officials say all but one are under control.
What a beautiful creature.