They Print My Message
In The Saturday Sun
I Had To Tell Them
I Ain’t Second To None
And I Told About Equality
And It’s True
Either You’re Wrong
Or You’re Right
About My Baby
It Don’t Matter If You’re
Black Or White
(Michael Jackson - Black or white)
i was a zebra for halloween last night! :-D
Several months ago, scientists warned that tiny microbeads, a common ingredient in facial cleansers, were flowing into the Great Lakes, with no way to remove the potentially harmful plastic. Now, a new study provides evidence of the microplastics in the world’s largest surface freshwater source — and gives scientists a fighting chance to get microbeads out of consumer products.
this is serious…i never thought about this issue until now. the quote about disposable products made with materials designed to last forever” really made me think. i really hope that all companies phase them out, and replace with a natural exfoliant.
— The Curious Savage (John Patrick)
i have no idea what movie this is, but this is hilarious & i heart jason sudeikis. mmmmkay!
The Visions Project is a two part project, comprised of the Light Visions Tarot Deck and the Prisma Visions Collection. The Light Visions Tarot deck is a full 78 card limited edition deck inspired by the art of woodblock printmaking and modern impressionism. Light Visions tarot decks are currently available for pre-order by pledging $65 towards The Visions Project Kickstarter. For the duration of the Kickstarter campaign, the decks will come with free U.S. shipping!
The Prisma Visions Collection is a series of 23 limited edition prints inspired by the Light Visions Tarot Major Arcana. Each print is hand signed and numbered in an edition of 100, and are also available through The Visions Project Kickstarter by pledging only $20. Full sets of all 23 prints in a beautiful custom box are also available.
Become a part of The Visions Project today. The campaign ends on October 31, 2013.
paul souders spent two weeks in the hudson bay looking for polar bears, but spotted only two. luckily, this one, photographed thirty miles offshore of churchill, manitoba, felt comfortable enough to get “very, very close. scary close,” as he put it. “i couldn’t believe i was doing something this crazy close. …i could hear her slow, regular breathing as she watched me below the surface, increasingly curious. it was very special.”