A Flaming Giraffe with A Spanish Mustache

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Looking for something to read post-Hunger Games? Check out this great map. Whatever it was that you liked about Hunger Games (or other dystopia/science fiction/fantasy novels), you can find here!

DYSTOPIAN HEAVEN

oh my god this is beautiful. plus birthmarked is written by my friend’s mom who also was my soccer coach in 3rd grade =)

Legacy of Tril should also be on here, maybe under arranged marriages or war. But it’s a pretty fine book - a little bit sloppily written, but the premise is nice.

You should definitely try to get your hands on Divergent ASAP. It’s pretty wonderful. Again, the writing isn’t perfect, but it’s better than Tril and with a pretty great premise behind it as well.  I just finished Insurgent today and I’m awaiting the release of the third book.

This is a super useful map. I was using it last year and found some of the best reads of my year from it. Notably, The Knife of Never Letting Go, the Scorpio Races, and the Maze Runner.

(via lesighh)

December 29, 2012 12:19 pm December 14, 2012 11:22 am

Craveliam’s Crazy I don’t Really Believe it, but I’m Going to Do it Anyway Giveaway

I would most likely regift some of the things to share the love with my family and friends for Christmas. Either that or build a robot out of all that stuff. iPad/book brain, clothes and perfumes to disguise it as a human, 50 Shades of Grey for genitals. You know, normal robot stuff. @craveliam #craveliam

http://craveliam.tumblr.com/

October 25, 2012 6:30 pm October 8, 2012 6:07 pm October 1, 2012 1:14 pm
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Retro.

Love it.

dbox:

joyfulleeme:

Retro.

Love it.

August 14, 2012 6:46 pm

wetheurban:

CRAYON SCULPTURES BY CHRISTIAN FAUR

Absolutely stunning! Christian Faur’s crayon art exemplifies a unique and exciting new technique. Instead of utilizing traditional medium such as oil paint, pastels, or watercolors, Faur turns to a material from our childhood: the crayon.

Faur works with this familiar object in a novel way. Using crayons like pixels, he arranges thousands upon thousands of colorful handmade crayons into beautiful and elaborate works of art that allude to aspects of Pointillism and digital photography. Each piece has a pixelated look. The crayons are set on their ends with the tip pointing up and each represents a value from the photograph the image is based on. For more on the project, head over to Faur’s site.

(via npr)

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