Laugher Yoga is the Creepiest Exercise in the World [Click for more insanity]
Yeah, laughter yoga is a terrifying, real thing. The premise is pretty easy to grasp: laughing is therapeutic, and the more you laugh, the happier you will be. But things get a little unsettling when people FORCE — I mean really strain — themselves to laugh in order to find inner peace. It’s like looking into the face of pur insanity.
There may or may not be a high speed chase going on in my area at the moment.
Mia Pearlman is a paper artist based in Brooklyn, New York who creates awesome site-specific cut paper installations that look like she’s managed to pull organic and abstract images out of people’s dreams and install them as 3D works of art for the rest of us to encounter.
“Pearlman’s process is very intuitive, based on spontaneous decisions made in the moment. She begins by making loose line drawings in india ink on large rolls of paper. Then selected areas are cut between the lines to make a new drawing in positive and negative space on the reverse. Created on site by trial and error, a 2-3 day dance with chance and control takes place during each and every installation. Existing only for the length of the installation, the weightless world totters on the brink of being and not being, continually in flux.”
Visit Mia Pearlman’s website to view more of her wondrous cut paper installations.
[via Beautiful Decay]
He’s so ridiculously pleased! \o/
Hey ourladyofthepies is this a stubby squid or what
EDIT: We have confirmation via IM from ourlady that this is a bobtail squid
Finnish soldiers relax at the front with the help of an accordion. (via)
it’s not relaxing until you have hand cramps from your ridiculously complicated accordion.
Dutch model Stefanie Joosten as “Quiet” in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
I DID IT, I COMPLETED MY ORDER OF WHISPERS LIGHT ARMOR.
So… they are keeping all of for an extra hour to host a used book sale and putting off my last final