1. Halfway through CBC’s Arts Camp! I’m the drama teacher and taught them how to play Character Walk today. I snapped a photo of them acting like zombies because it was hilariously perfect. #CBC #ArtsCamp (at Camelback Bible Church)

    Tagged #cbc #artscamp
  2. couple-a-hundred-of-em:

    As a college student, currently really hungry with nothing to eat, I understand how hard it can be to get food. Sometimes you really just don’t have the money to eat and when you do, you waste it all on fast food instead of stocking up on cheap things because you’re so tired of Ramen Noodes and canned food you could barf. So, I’ve composed a list of recipes and resources that will fit a college kid’s budget and appetite. Don’t go hungry! <3

    Ramen Noodle Recipes:

    Mug Meals:

    Microwave Recipes:

    Recipe Generators

    Other Resources

    (Source: i-only-speak-to-sailors, via mydrunkkitchen)

  3. awwww-cute:

    Here’s a picture of a bunny going shopping!

    (via pissedoff-pansexual)

  4. instagram.com/p/aW17i2Cbrr/#yukomouton


    Appreciating Architecture with @yukomouton

    For more of Yuko’s collection of architecture, follow @yukomouton on Instagram.

    “I can’t quite describe my fascination with architecture in words, but I think I am intrigued by the idea of creating space,” says Tokyo Instagrammer Yuko Kawauchi (@yukomouton). While architectural photography is mainly a personal interest for Yuko, it also becomes a source of inspiration for her work as a fashion designer. “Geometric shapes found in buildings,” she explains, “do shine through in my pattern sketches and cuttings.”

    Yuko’s initial appreciation for architecture developed after she went to an old building to take photos for Instagram. “I had thought that architecture and fashion were two completely different fields until then, but they actually do share certain terminologies and that got me further interested.”

    Now, Yuko’s Instagram photos have become a collection of uniquely shaped structures found all over Tokyo—as well as from other cities around the world—including museums, churches, libraries and apartment buildings. “I don’t consider my photos to be a work of art,” she says. “I share these photos hoping to inform people about these locations and spark their curiosity about visiting them.”


  5. politedoge:

    when you’re in a group project and you’re the only one doing work


    (via tyleroakley)


  7. epic-humor:


    trying to comfort someone like


    (via tyleroakley)

  8. asylum-art:

    Floto+Warner Studio: Colorful Liquid Splashes Captured at 1/3500th of a Second Look Like Floating Sculpturest 

    Cassandra Warner and Jeremy Floto of Floto+Warner Studio recently produced this beautiful series of photos titled Clourant that seemingly turns large splashes of colorful liquid into glistening sculptures that hover in midair.  The photos were shot at a speed of 1/3,500th of a second, taking special care to disguise the origin of each burst making images appear almost digital in nature (the duo assures no Photoshop was used).

    (via ihadafishoncebutitdied)

  10. instagram.com/p/qT6locB4DD/#finnanofenno


    Coloring in Context with @finnanofenno

    For more photos and videos of Carlo’s colorful cars, follow @finnanofenno on Instagram

    "I want to let people think about social problems in a colorful and funny way," says Instagrammer Carlo Giardina (@finnanofenno), a student and freelance photographer living in Milan whose Instagram photos examine the issue of urban air pollution. He combines images of old cars with colored backgrounds he creates using a paint app on his smartphone, with his finger as the brush and his screen as the canvas. “Each photo has a meaning,” he says. “I’m really attached to them. For the green Volkswagen I just wanted to match the car and the house and tell something about pollution in a funny and maybe grotesque way using simple things like holes, circles and color.”

    The Instagram community has also got involved, sending Carlo their car shots using the #finnycar hashtag. “I’m inspired by the fact that with just one double tap you can meet the world and share your inner world with others.”

  11. raqe:

    I was going to get mad at everyone in my art class for wasting expensive paint but then I got distracted by how pretty it was

    (via mythoughtfulmind)

  12. (Source: lovrdlogic, via tyleroakley)

  14. donatellavevo:

    an emotional roller coaster from start to finish

    (via ihadafishoncebutitdied)