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ambird:

Suit Up

8” x 5” // watercolor & ink in a watercolor moleskine // a warmup for a much larger project

hannakdraws:

Oh, Tumblr! it’s been too long!

Here’s a commissioned illustration that I made for Spektakulärt, to be presented to the winner of best Swedish Sci-Fi/Fantasy book (Lars Östling - Planet 63) at Littfest - a litterature-convention/festival that was held this weekend in Umeå. 

Other than that I’ve been working on a comics project and that unfortunately means I haven’t had much to show (yet) - as some of you might have noticed. But I feel really boring about it so I’ll try posting more from now on. <3

timprobert:

“Houston, look - It’s a Moon Rock!”
migmaa:

//Peace// 

migmaa:

//Peace// 

La Melodia - Spaced Out (official video) (by LaMelodiaTV)

loving the way this video is shot.
especially with all the Lomokino footage mixed in :)

ruby-taylor:

One of a series of illustrations I have been doing for an article in the Dutch magazine Flow. The article is about getting out of your comfort zone and not being afraid to dream big! Its an awesome mag, check it out at www.flowmagazine.nl/

oldblueeyes:

Neil Armstrong: A giant among men. (x)

fuck-yeah-sallyys-bacon:

thats exactly what i would do.

(Source: reblorg)

thedailywhat:

RIP: Sally Ride, at 61: Sally Ride, the first American woman to fly in space, has died after a 17-month battle with pancreatic cancer. She was 61.
In addition to flying for NASA — “All adventures, especially into new territory, are scary,” she once said – Ride was a physicist and a science writer.
After retiring from space, she founded Sally Ride Science, an organization created to inspire young people, especially girls, to stick with their interest in science, and pursue careers in science and engineering.
[sallyridescience]

thedailywhat:

RIP: Sally Ride, at 61: Sally Ride, the first American woman to fly in space, has died after a 17-month battle with pancreatic cancer. She was 61.

In addition to flying for NASA — “All adventures, especially into new territory, are scary,” she once said – Ride was a physicist and a science writer.

After retiring from space, she founded Sally Ride Science, an organization created to inspire young people, especially girls, to stick with their interest in science, and pursue careers in science and engineering.

[sallyridescience]

wealldraw:

wear a helmet kiddos

or this could happen to you too

Help Ink — The Traveler Tee

40% of all profits from this item will go to:
SMILE TRAIN
www.smiletrain.org

Every child born with a cleft anywhere in the world has the opportunity to live a full, productive life.Clefts are a major problem in developing countries where there are millions of children who are suffering with unrepaired clefts. Most cannot eat or speak properly. Aren’t allowed to attend school or hold a job. And face very difficult lives filled with shame and isolation, pain and heartache. Their clefts usually go untreated because they are poor – too poor to pay for a simple surgery that has been around for decades.

Cosmology (by Marius Roosendaal)

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