scorchedthesnake:

I mean, worse things have happened in that building.

So does this mean they are going to be holding hands and blocking stairways?

scorchedthesnake:

I mean, worse things have happened in that building.

So does this mean they are going to be holding hands and blocking stairways?

(Source: bloodwillhavebloodtheysay)

26 notes 

I keep wandering the forest of indecision, hoping for a glimmer in the distant pond. I wade out into the water looking for the knife to stab into the heart of my former self so that I can emerge from the pond new: clean and reborn. Instead I sink to the sandy bottom, reaching for that glimmering hope. A drowned man.

2 notes 

Hecate on an Altoid tin! Curiously strong mints that bring tears to your eyes.

Hecate on an Altoid tin! Curiously strong mints that bring tears to your eyes.

4 notes 

templestudios:

"Conrad Scherer! Wait! …I’ve always wanted to tell you… How wonderful you are." - D.G. 
Thank you Adam Burton for creating some of the most compelling and beautiful scenes in The Drowned Man.

This is amazing!

templestudios:

"Conrad Scherer! Wait! …I’ve always wanted to tell you… How wonderful you are." - D.G.

Thank you Adam Burton for creating some of the most compelling and beautiful scenes in The Drowned Man.

This is amazing!

32 notes 

Not sue which is worse: mourning the things that have past or the things that could have been.

The first are filled with memories of happiness and the second are filled with hope.

At least the happiness happen. The hope never really existed, just a mirage in the distance.

Problems of love and dating

Person A meets Person B on dating app C. Four weeks later , two canceled date ( due to person b not being able to get to person A’s location due to weather), they have a nine hour seemingly great date. The next day person A texts person B: at what minute/ hour later can person A legitimately panic person B hasn’t texted back?

What’s the algebra formula for this?

1 note 

I need to go back to Temple Studios!

3 notes 

featherandmoss:

Reblogging in case anyone missed it! IT’S GIVEAWAY TIME!
featherandmoss:

As some of you may know, our shop has been on vacation for a few months. But we’re open again and to celebrate we’re having a giveaway! Woohoo! 
This giveaway is open to US residents only. Sorry! We can’t ship overseas as yet!
HOW TO ENTER:1)  You must be following me here at featherandmoss.tumblr.com.2)  Reblog this here post (with the text!!!)  *You can “like” the post, but only reblogs will count toward your entry.  3)  We must be able to contact you through Tumblr Ask to notify you if you’ve won!WHAT YOU RECEIVE IF YOU WIN:This set has a bit of everything-• green calcite specimen• deer antler tip and vertebra and molar• opossum vertebra• vial of rodent skulls and jaw• coyote metatarsal • mink skull • vial with rabbit leg bone• vial of two beetle wings• one plant fossil• antique skeleton key• quartz crystal point• galena on matrix• one seashellThe contest will run from 11/10 to 11/17 when we will select and contact a winner — you must respond within 72 hours with an address to which we can send your goodies.  If we don’t hear from you by then, we will select another winner.Good luck to you all!

featherandmoss:

Reblogging in case anyone missed it! IT’S GIVEAWAY TIME!

featherandmoss:

As some of you may know, our shop has been on vacation for a few months. But we’re open again and to celebrate we’re having a giveaway! Woohoo! 

This giveaway is open to US residents only. Sorry! We can’t ship overseas as yet!

HOW TO ENTER:1)  You must be following me here at featherandmoss.tumblr.com.

2)  Reblog this here post (with the text!!!) 

*You can “like” the post, but only reblogs will count toward your entry. 

3)  We must be able to contact you through Tumblr Ask to notify you if you’ve won!


WHAT YOU RECEIVE IF YOU WIN:

This set has a bit of everything-
• green calcite specimen
• deer antler tip and vertebra and molar
• opossum vertebra
• vial of rodent skulls and jaw
• coyote metatarsal
• mink skull
• vial with rabbit leg bone
• vial of two beetle wings
• one plant fossil
• antique skeleton key
• quartz crystal point
• galena on matrix
• one seashell

The contest will run from 11/10 to 11/17 when we will select and contact a winner — you must respond within 72 hours with an address to which we can send your goodies.  If we don’t hear from you by then, we will select another winner.

Good luck to you all!

1,324 notes 

featherandmoss:

As some of you may know, our shop has been on vacation for a few months. But we’re open again and to celebrate we’re having a giveaway! Woohoo! 
HOW TO ENTER:1)  You must be following me here at featherandmoss.tumblr.com.2)  Reblog this here post (with the text!!!)  *You can “like” the post, but only reblogs will count toward your entry.  3)  We must be able to contact you through Tumblr Ask to notify you if you’ve won!WHAT YOU RECEIVE IF YOU WIN:This set has a bit of everything-• green calcite specimen• deer antler tip and vertebra and molar• opossum vertebra• vial of rodent skulls and jaw• coyote metatarsal • mink skull • vial with rabbit leg bone• vial of two beetle wings• one plant fossil• antique skeleton key• quartz crystal point• galena on matrix• one seashellThe contest will run from 11/10 to 11/17 when we will select and contact a winner — you must respond within 72 hours with an address to which we can send your goodies.  If we don’t hear from you by then, we will select another winner.Good luck to you all!

featherandmoss:

As some of you may know, our shop has been on vacation for a few months. But we’re open again and to celebrate we’re having a giveaway! Woohoo! 

HOW TO ENTER:1)  You must be following me here at featherandmoss.tumblr.com.

2)  Reblog this here post (with the text!!!) 

*You can “like” the post, but only reblogs will count toward your entry. 

3)  We must be able to contact you through Tumblr Ask to notify you if you’ve won!


WHAT YOU RECEIVE IF YOU WIN:

This set has a bit of everything-
• green calcite specimen
• deer antler tip and vertebra and molar
• opossum vertebra
• vial of rodent skulls and jaw
• coyote metatarsal
• mink skull
• vial with rabbit leg bone
• vial of two beetle wings
• one plant fossil
• antique skeleton key
• quartz crystal point
• galena on matrix
• one seashell

The contest will run from 11/10 to 11/17 when we will select and contact a winner — you must respond within 72 hours with an address to which we can send your goodies.  If we don’t hear from you by then, we will select another winner.

Good luck to you all!

1,324 notes 

S.  conceived by J.J. Abrahms and written by Doug Dorst


I’ve decided to share this here because I think many of you Punchdrunk fans will get a kick out of this book. I haven’t started it yet, just opened it and peaked inside. The premise is interesting. Here is part of the back cover blurb:

One book. Two readers. A world of mystery, menace, and desire.

A young woman picks up a book left behind by a stranger. Inside it are his margin notes, which reveal a reader entranced by the story and by its mysterious author. She responds with notes of her own, leaving the book for the stranger, and so begins an unlikely conversation that plunges them both into the unknown.

The reason this appealed to me as a fan of immersive theatre is that there are a few things this “book” has in common with our favorite theatre company. As you can see from the pictures, this book is beautifully designed to an immaculate detail. From the retro designed cover with a real library sticker on the spine to the postcards, photocopy documents, and a map drawn on a napkin, I’m impressed with the effort that has gone into the design. The multiple layers of story that are hinted at on the cover: the book, the mysterious author, and the two people who are writing back and forth in the margins, as wells as all the bits stuck in the book and the decoder like compass in the back have me extremely intrigued and excited to piece together the whole story. As someone who loves the physicality of a book (I want to design books and went to school for graphic design), I love that it is only available in print. No Ipad, nook, or kindle. just good old paper and ink. 

Ok, before I get too preachy about books, technology, and the sad departure of the incandescent light bulb, I’m going to go explore this book:)

67 notes 

Happy almost Halloween!