Link 17 May 291 notes Funny or Die/Onion News Network's Chris Kelly Hired as a Writer at SNL | Splitsider»
Video 13 May 23,845 notes

wetheurban:

This is proof that no matter how great the brand, too much make-up is never good.

Ever wonder what a year’s worth of makeup looks like? Well, that’s exactly what Dutch artist duo Lernert & Sander set out to do. This Natural Beauty short film (meant to act as a performance art piece) has a powerful message about the excessive nature of cosmetics and the obsession with beauty and perfection that this society maintains. The “Natural Beauty” shoot emptied Ellis Faas cosmetics of seven bottles of foundation, two bottles of blush, two bottles of eye cream and three lip pens (side note: Ellis Faas lip pens are the greatest in the world). Check out the film above and share your thoughts!

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Photo 13 May 766 notes nationalpost:

Graphic: Mapping a superpower-sized military Despite the pending troop withdrawals in Iraq and those in Afghanistan between now and 2014, the United States remains a superpower on a scale not seen since the days of the Caesars. With this in mind, the National Post’s Richard Johnson takes a look at the scale of America’s forces.

nationalpost:

Graphic: Mapping a superpower-sized military
Despite the pending troop withdrawals in Iraq and those in Afghanistan between now and 2014, the United States remains a superpower on a scale not seen since the days of the Caesars. With this in mind, the National Post’s Richard Johnson takes a look at the scale of America’s forces.

Video 13 May 1,509 notes

latimes:

It took six months for Colin Rich to take this time-lapse video of L.A.

Gorgeous. (via Echo Park Now)

Photo 26 Feb 535 notes benkessler:

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Windows v. Mac at McDonald’s.
/via Josh Helfferich

benkessler:

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Windows v. Mac at McDonald’s.

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Video 26 Feb 23,845 notes

wetheurban:

This is proof that no matter how great the brand, too much make-up is never good.

Ever wonder what a year’s worth of makeup looks like? Well, that’s exactly what Dutch artist duo Lernert & Sander set out to do. This Natural Beauty short film (meant to act as a performance art piece) has a powerful message about the excessive nature of cosmetics and the obsession with beauty and perfection that this society maintains. The “Natural Beauty” shoot emptied Ellis Faas cosmetics of seven bottles of foundation, two bottles of blush, two bottles of eye cream and three lip pens (side note: Ellis Faas lip pens are the greatest in the world). Check out the film above and share your thoughts!

Posted By | WeTheUrban - Facebook - Twitter

via WETHEURBAN.
Photo 26 Feb 766 notes nationalpost:

Graphic: Mapping a superpower-sized military Despite the pending troop withdrawals in Iraq and those in Afghanistan between now and 2014, the United States remains a superpower on a scale not seen since the days of the Caesars. With this in mind, the National Post’s Richard Johnson takes a look at the scale of America’s forces.

nationalpost:

Graphic: Mapping a superpower-sized military
Despite the pending troop withdrawals in Iraq and those in Afghanistan between now and 2014, the United States remains a superpower on a scale not seen since the days of the Caesars. With this in mind, the National Post’s Richard Johnson takes a look at the scale of America’s forces.

Text 26 Feb 38 notes Sense of direction…

catalogliving:

Maybe it’s mean that we want her to move out Gary, but at least we’re presenting some options.

Video 26 Feb 1,509 notes

latimes:

It took six months for Colin Rich to take this time-lapse video of L.A.

Gorgeous. (via Echo Park Now)

Link 24 Feb 429 notes The Daily: Coquette: How to get your head out of your behind»

thedailyfeed:

Dear Coquette,

Where do you get your news? Growing up, I watched both my siblings reach a phase where they realized that the major news resources are heavily biased, so they jumped to the independent, conspiracy-theory-laden end of the spectrum and started eating it up just because it was…

via The Daily.

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