Steampunk Harley Quinn by islandboy1
I’ve been on both sides of this conversation
Woke up with an even worse headache. I missed my first class of the day, so I emailed my professor, telling her I was sick and that I was sorry. It wasn’t a good day to miss this particular class, but my headache was too damn much. Slept in, woke up, popped some pills, got ready and now I’m at my…
Me: How’s it going?
Coworker: Couldn’t be better!
Me: You really need to aim a bit higher…
Here’s a very limited edition set of prints titled “Marvel Masks,” which debuted over on XombieDirge. Though I’m not sure if Venom’s symbiotic form is technically a mask, it’s impressive that artist Jason Liwag was able to make these Marvel characters incredibly emotive using just that portion of their bodies against a blank background.
The 5” X 5” mini Giclée prints will be available Phone Booth Gallery and will be on sale at Mondo-Con in Austin, TX from September 20th-21st, 2014. A small number of prints will also be reserved and will be available shortly afterwards at Jason’s online store.
Behold the sweet, sticky, deep-fried awesomeness that is the Double Hundred Dozen, for those days when a single dozen doughnuts simply won’t suffice. It’s the the biggest box of doughnuts we’ve ever seen and it was just unveiled in London by Krispy Kreme UK for their new Occasions offering.
The 3.5 m (~11.5 ft) long box contains 2,400 Original Glazed doughnuts. It took eight staff members worked together to fill the box and load it onto the delivery truck. The company is currently holding a contest to celebrate the launch of their large-scale delivery service. One lucky business will win a Double Hundred Dozen. We hope the winners aren’t messy eaters, because that’s how you get ants.
And please, should you dare to order a Double Hundred Dozen doughnuts, please make sure you brush and floss after feasting on all that sugary fried dough.
There is a Krispy Kreme right next to the salon I use. They even have a drive-through window.
The smell is intoxicating but oh, dear gods - how does anyone eat those things? My teeth ache just thinking about it.
Artist Lara Hawker lives in Auckland, New Zealand where she’s taught herself how to paint faces and bodies with awesome results that range from delightful to outright terrifying. That cute little kitty clearly isn’t a fan of Attack on Titan. Hawker recently participated in the Body Art Rocks Convention in Wellington, NZ where she won the Advanced Face Art category with this amazing animorph piece.
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