because the world needs more René Pape looking F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S in a gown.
Oh god. *lie down and giggle*
Holy Crap… These…
WAIT this set looks awesome! Where is it!?
Poor old Soren Lillkung’s Javert of Finland is just as inept at disguises as all other Spy-Javert’s.
Look at him, all wrapped up for WINTER for a SUMMER revolution ;)
What the Hell is he thinking?
Wooly hat? Check!
Scarf of impenetrable disguise? Check!
Is it the middle of summer?
Poor Javert, all he’s missing is a pair of skis ;)
Oh my, poor, poor dear.
Have you ever seen a better looking popsicle? Meet the Kyl21.
Coming out of the Science Kitchen—an independent food lab based in Berlin that specializes in inventing and developing food products for a sustainable, vegan-friendly future—Kyl21 was the end result of four years of experimentation by gourmet and food designer David Marx.
The Science Kitchen uses liquid nitrogen to freeze their popsicles. Liquid nitrogen freezing means the popsicles need to have less fat and sugar in them.
Right now, the Science Kitchen makes about 1,000 popsicles a day. Each KYL popsicle has an atomic number stamped onto the stick. The Kyl21 name is a mash-up of the Norwegian word for molecule, molekyl, and the age (21+) of Marx’s intended popsicle audience.
The Science Kitchen is looking for manufacturing partners to bring KYL popsicles to international audiences. Sadly though, that means that for now, you can only get a Kyl21 popsicle in Berlin, so if you’re in Kreuzberg, stop on by the Science Kitchen.
IN SOOK KIM - Saturday Night
She calls this piece “Saturday Night”. Looking into each window of a hotel
because i want to draw the nail polishing Malkovert…
UM S O @icedmochalatte and @smallerbombs have been tweetin a bunch of really cute little les mis ac drawins and i have never played an animal crossing game in my life (tho i really want to a lot) but i love fandom ac crossovers and i love every thi ng about this thing a lot so fanart of fanart ok leave me alone
Well, my life is complete. Yes, thank you.
CUTE CUTE CUTE
"Holy mother of Mary Shelley!"
"What the Tolkien?"
"By Victor Hugo’s spare underpants!"
"Jesus, Mary and Joseph Conrad!"
"Pardon my Molière, but I don’t give a Faulkner."
I’ve def. been known to come out with “Evelyn Waugh!” as a substitute for “Bloody hell” from time to time, it works surprisingly well. I have never even read Evelyn Waugh.