Photo 1 Oct 97,158 notes henrrywinter:


entelecheia — in the philosophy of Aristotle, the condition of a thing whose essence is fully realized [x]

#OKAY BUT IF THIS IS AN ANGEL—IF THEIR HALOS ARE THE UNFLAWED AND FULLY REALIZED CIRCLE#THAT MEANS THAT IN FALLING—IN BECOMING DEMONIC#THE CIRCLE CRACKS#THE DEMON’S HORNS ARE THE VESTIGIAL HALO#A CONSTANT SYMBOL AND REMINDER OF THEIR FLAWED-NESS; THEIR INCOMPLETENESS#I’M!!!!! (notbecauseofvictories)
Photo 1 Oct 106 notes noisymouse:

Sherlock Art Nouveau
Dear God, what is it like in your funny little brains?
Based on the classic Mucha poster Princezna Hyacinta (Princess Hyacinth). Sherlock has so many quirks and idiosyncrasies that it was fun to brainstorm the visual elements for this piece. The bees are a nod to the original books where Sherlock keeps bees in his retirement, something that the BBC show also has fun with, (for instance, one of the cupboards at 221B Baker Street has a honeycomb pattern on the door!) and also, I think Sherlock’s mind is probably rather like a beehive, organized and functional and always busy, always buzzing. It seemed an appropriate visual. The three molecular diagrams are for nicotine, adrenaline, and dopamine (an addiction hormone). The pattern behind Sherlock is part of a map of London, specifically Brixton, which is the area where they found the last body in A Study in Pink.
I originally drew this without the riding crop. I was going to put up both versions but you know what, everyone likes this one better, so, here. Much thanks to allthebellsinvenice for suggestions and critiques!
Prints are available here on my redbubble account. Please note that the image on redbubble is lighter than the print you will receive. I ordered a test print myself before I put this up and I’m pleased with the colours.
Also in this series: Molly Hooper. Next up: John Watson.

noisymouse:

Sherlock Art Nouveau

Dear God, what is it like in your funny little brains?

Based on the classic Mucha poster Princezna Hyacinta (Princess Hyacinth). Sherlock has so many quirks and idiosyncrasies that it was fun to brainstorm the visual elements for this piece. The bees are a nod to the original books where Sherlock keeps bees in his retirement, something that the BBC show also has fun with, (for instance, one of the cupboards at 221B Baker Street has a honeycomb pattern on the door!) and also, I think Sherlock’s mind is probably rather like a beehive, organized and functional and always busy, always buzzing. It seemed an appropriate visual. The three molecular diagrams are for nicotine, adrenaline, and dopamine (an addiction hormone). The pattern behind Sherlock is part of a map of London, specifically Brixton, which is the area where they found the last body in A Study in Pink.

I originally drew this without the riding crop. I was going to put up both versions but you know what, everyone likes this one better, so, here. Much thanks to allthebellsinvenice for suggestions and critiques!

Prints are available here on my redbubble account. Please note that the image on redbubble is lighter than the print you will receive. I ordered a test print myself before I put this up and I’m pleased with the colours.

Also in this series: Molly Hooper. Next up: John Watson.

Video 1 Oct 168,511 notes

briangefrich:

huffingtonpost:

German Ad Doesn’t Need Words To Speak Volumes About Supporting Your Kids

Being a teenager is hard. But the German home improvement chain Hornbach knows having parents who go the extra mile to show their support can make a big difference.

Watch the full commercial that will sum those awkward high school years perfectly here. 

(Source: Hornbach

This is the kind of dad I want to be.

Video 1 Oct 224 notes
Photo 1 Oct 8,752 notes matthen:

Unrolling these circles gives fills a triangle with base 2 π r and height r (where r is the radius of the filled disk). Such a triangle has area π r2. This does not serve as a complete proof for why this is the area of a circle, but can give you some intuition for why it should be. [code]

matthen:

Unrolling these circles gives fills a triangle with base 2 π r and height r (where r is the radius of the filled disk). Such a triangle has area π r2. This does not serve as a complete proof for why this is the area of a circle, but can give you some intuition for why it should be. [code]

Photo 1 Oct 4,194 notes antitankarrow:

I want to know what this looks like to someone who isn’t into RT.

antitankarrow:

I want to know what this looks like to someone who isn’t into RT.

Video 1 Oct 10,122 notes
"Ai! You will be the new captain. Take care of them."

(Source: maskedtears)

Text 1 Oct 181,244 notes

moonfalora:

rexuality:

a person complaining about puns basically invites every pun enthusiast in the vicinity to come snapping rhythmically from the shadows 

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Text 1 Oct 164,216 notes

the-timelord-at-hogwarts:

thedoctoririshdances:

commanderalexander:

after finding out that he:
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is the same age as him:
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I no longer feel like I look younger than I actually am

HOLD THE PHONE ARE YOU KIDDING

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he’s not kidding around

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thesassiestsamwinchester:

thegreatnarwhalsmuffin:

schmergo:

A Harry Potter AU where everything’s exactly the same, except the house elves look like Lord of the Rings elves and Dobby’s, like, played by Orlando Bloom. But they’re still not allowed to have clothes

orlando bloom hitting himself in the face with a lamp

twelve year old Daniel Radcliffe shoving a nearly-naked Orlando Bloom into his closet


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