cognitivedissonance:

isriana:

I’ve gotten so many messages telling me how majestic and photogenic creature my ragdoll kitty Nemo is, and I feel like it’s absolutely my duty to share more photos of this epitome of feline beauty and grace. XD

Such elegance, would you look at that. ♥

Your cute cat of the day

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cross-connect:

Ireel by Flora Borsi

Portraits that simultaneously look like pictorial photos and hyper-realistic paintings. Borsi explains, “A hyper-realist painter aims to achieve a result which looks like a real photographic picture. A pictorialist photographer’s desired result is visually equivalent to a painting.” Her exquisite images seamlessly blend photographic elements with painting techniques, raising intriguing questions about each medium and the way they overlap.

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pikachupacabras:

Lying Cat will only speak when someone is lying, even when they don’t know they are.

- Saga #14

this was the most powerful page in saga and i think about it a lot

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"Its New York in August and while I might be an Avenger, its not like I have superpowers." (x)

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supersonicart:

Kimika Hara.

Hand stitched and delightfully colored “illustrations” by Japanese artist Kimika Hara:

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murdercityboulevard:

catsfurever:

can we just start a movement where we go to male politicians events and we ask them sexist questions like “if you are elected who will take care of the kids” and “what designer are you wearing tonight” “do you think that your stunted and constipated male emotions will affect your decision making”

that last one tho

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sugarbooty:

humansofnewyork:

"I work for a nonprofit as an immigration lawyer. I mainly focus on helping victims of sexual abuse and domestic violence. There is no better feeling than helping someone get their visa. When you’re illegal, you’re forced by necessity to be invisible, and that really affects your self-esteem on a deep level. It’s a constant sense of not having permission to exist. And it’s very satisfying for me to free people from that. I realize, that on a policy level, immigration issues are very complex. But for me, on a one-on-one level, it never feels complex."

"on a one on one level, it never feels complex."

cargsdoodles:

more of that dirty hipster au now featuring clint’s coffee shop and a lot more people

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theparisreview:

From a 1960 letter, Flannery O’Connor on Ayn Rand. (via)

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