LESSER-KNOWN HAPPENINGS art.science.culture
red-lipstick:

Peter Olschinsky and Verena Weiss from Austrian studio Atelier Olschinsky - Pixel City

red-lipstick:

Peter Olschinsky and Verena Weiss from Austrian studio Atelier Olschinsky - Pixel City

thebrainscoop:

Icaronycteris index - extinct echolocating species of bat from the Eocene, about 54.8 million years ago. This is one of the oldest and most complete bat fossils known to science. It’s incredible that these prehistoric flittermice have been around for so long, having shown up 11 million years after the dinosaurs were wiped out. (at The Field Museum)

thebrainscoop:

Icaronycteris index - extinct echolocating species of bat from the Eocene, about 54.8 million years ago. This is one of the oldest and most complete bat fossils known to science. It’s incredible that these prehistoric flittermice have been around for so long, having shown up 11 million years after the dinosaurs were wiped out. (at The Field Museum)

sapta-loka:

scan from Arizona Highways
December, 1947 edition.

sapta-loka:

scan from Arizona Highways

December, 1947 edition.

I dunno, just laying face down on the couch and waiting for some baby boomers to die, I guess
Millennials, when asked about plans for the future (via alwaysfaithfulterriblelizard)
dorites:

historicaltimes:

Ronald Reagan Wearing Sweatpants On Air Force One

finally, an example of someone pulling off class AND swag

dorites:

historicaltimes:

Ronald Reagan Wearing Sweatpants On Air Force One

finally, an example of someone pulling off class AND swag

helikestherain:

🐦 (at Tártaro.)

helikestherain:

🐦 (at Tártaro.)

mlrobak:

Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Landscaping.  Palm Springs, CA.

mlrobak:

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Landscaping.  Palm Springs, CA.

likeafieldmouse:

Francis Alys - Sometimes Making Something Leads to Nothing (1997)

beejweir:

When I was a little kid I thought if you broke the glass on the TV whatever was on the other side could come into your house. Fortunately, I never tested that theory.

beejweir:

When I was a little kid I thought if you broke the glass on the TV whatever was on the other side could come into your house. Fortunately, I never tested that theory.