Spika's World
Interesting things, funny things, beautiful things.

mischievous-acrobats:

You know what I want the next Disney Princess to be?

An Alto.

dentellesetfroufrous:

Camille Rowe Poses for Ellen von Unwerth in Lingerie Looks for Grey F/W 2012

kailivesinabox:

in french we don’t say “i love you”, we say “vous recevez une heure supplémentaire dans la piscine à balles” which roughly translates to “you are my sun, my stars, my everything” and i think that’s beautiful

tags: ball pit

fuckyeahillustrativeart:

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howllor:

gothtriggers:

Scientists have developed a material so dark that you can’t see it.

"I’m only wearing black until they invent something darker."

"what are you wearing?"
"void"

insertatitlehere:

thecoffeetragedy:

crossingwinter:

This post speaks to me on a spiritual level.

Excellent graph! Fits most situations, if you don’t know whether to use 'tu' or 'vous', in French.

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tags: french

saxifraga-x-urbium:

paracartography:

Yes, of course I’ve heard what the superstitious locals say: “Stay out of the mountains! There’s no shelter on those harsh peaks, and every last combe and glen is infested with killer spiders!”. They say there’s no way to safely cross that mountain…

stopdropandvogue:

Yana Shmaylova backstage at Meadham Kirchhoff Fall/Winter 2014

showslow:

Inspired by the ever-changing underwater life, Portland-based multidisciplinary artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann creates a breathtaking jellyfish aquarium, titled ‘Underwater Flight’ in a place where you least expect it, the Portland International Airport. Continuing her exploration of the way light is reflected on different mediums, Sayuri experiments with colored organza, wool felting fibers and silk to build this magical underwater kingdom.  

This installation is part of ‘Urban Aquarium’, an ongoing project that aims to “create a dialogue between viewers about context and displacement and about the unexpected.” | via http://inspir3d.net/2012/08/19/underwater-flight-by-sayuri-sasaki-hemann/

itscolossal:

Embroidered Landscapes and Plants by Ana Teresa Barboza

tags: embroidery
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