weirdvintage:

Pablo Picasso with a cute little owl, taken by Michel Sima, 1948 (via Lomography)

weirdvintage:

Pablo Picasso with a cute little owl, taken by Michel Sima, 1948 (via Lomography)

natgeofound:

Embracing the fjord, a dusk-dimmed Bergen laps against mountain walls, Norway, 1971Photograph by George F. Mobley, National Geographic

natgeofound:

Embracing the fjord, a dusk-dimmed Bergen laps against mountain walls, Norway, 1971Photograph by George F. Mobley, National Geographic

nprfreshair:

MONDAY: Our guest is Bob Mankoff, cartoonist, and long-time cartoon editor at The New Yorker.  He has a new memoir called “How About Never—Is Never Good For You?” named after his most famous cartoon. We’ll talk about his life, editing other people’s cartoons, and creating his own. 

i can very much see why this would be his most famous cartoon

nprfreshair:

MONDAY: Our guest is Bob Mankoff, cartoonist, and long-time cartoon editor at The New Yorker.  He has a new memoir called “How About Never—Is Never Good For You?” named after his most famous cartoon. We’ll talk about his life, editing other people’s cartoons, and creating his own. 

i can very much see why this would be his most famous cartoon

natgeofound:

Men observe the giant statues of Easter Island in Polynesia, December 1922.Photograph by J. P. Ault, National Geographic

natgeofound:

Men observe the giant statues of Easter Island in Polynesia, December 1922.Photograph by J. P. Ault, National Geographic

thegoldeneternity:

Harold Ancart, Untitled (Full Moon in the Deep Forest), 2013.

thegoldeneternity:

Harold Ancart, Untitled (Full Moon in the Deep Forest), 2013.

natgeofound:

Roaring out of Auyan-Tepui’s wall, a waterfall plummets over 3,000 feet in Venezuela, March 1963.Photograph by Thomas J. Abercrombie, National Geographic

natgeofound:

Roaring out of Auyan-Tepui’s wall, a waterfall plummets over 3,000 feet in Venezuela, March 1963.Photograph by Thomas J. Abercrombie, National Geographic

enochliew:

Photographs by Thom Sheridan

In 1986, the United Way attempted to break the world record for balloon launches, by releasing 1.5 million balloons, which resulted in two deaths, millions in lawsuits, and a devastating environmental impact.

oh, united way of cleveland. what a day that must’ve been for the development team.

brain-food:

Luigi Prina, 83 years old, has been an architect for more than 50 years. He has been interested in aircraft modelling since a very young age. via National Traveller