Hello and welcome to my Tumblr, my name's Julie and I'm a 22 year old art student from New York. This is a personal blog where I post things I like such as--but not limited to--art, science, astronomy, comics/cartoons, politics, activism, feminism, gifs, animals, cats, food, sex, nature, and stuff I find funny. If you're interested, you can check out my artwork here- juliegundersen.weebly.com
~ Tuesday, July 22 ~
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fuckyeahhiking:

Day 3 in The Whites - most ass-kicking breathtaking hiking I’ve ever done. Franconia Ridge. #Appalachiantrail #atthruhike2014 @float4days

fuckyeahhiking:

Day 3 in The Whites - most ass-kicking breathtaking hiking I’ve ever done. Franconia Ridge. #Appalachiantrail #atthruhike2014 @float4days


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tastefullyoffensive:

"Who dares disturb my slumber?" [x]


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nevver:

Sonic youth, Maria Rubinke


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archiemcphee:

New Knoxville, Ohio-based artist Gary Hovey sees silverware as much more than household utensils that simply sit in a draw when they aren’t in use. Hovey instead uses silverware - forks, knives and spoons alike - to create elaborate stainless steel animals sculptures.

"Upon first glance, the many wildlife figures, like birds, fish, and bears, have realistic shapes. It is only upon closer inspection that the details and texture of the materials become more clear. Each piece of flatware contributes unique qualities: fork prongs create layers of feathers and fur; spoons add rounded curves; and knives produce a shiny flat surface."

Visit Gary Hovey’s website to check out many more of his awesome cutlery creatures.

[via My Modern Metropolis]


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septagonstudios:

Stavros Damos

septagonstudios:

Stavros Damos


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nataliehall:

A Unicorn for my friend Justin! 

nataliehall:

A Unicorn for my friend Justin! 


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trolltina:

me as a parent


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thrashturbate:

Making someone smile and moan at the same time during sex should be a life goal for everyone.


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heartsandmagic:

Cat doesn’t know what to do with the butterfly that flew on its paw.

I can’t breathe I’m laughing too hard

waywardandwanderlust:

heartsandmagic:

Cat doesn’t know what to do with the butterfly that flew on its paw.

I can’t breathe I’m laughing too hard


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For a few months when I was eighteen I was having sex with someone who had faded scars all up and down his arms, small short scars from a knife, maybe a razor blade. I would look at them when he wore t-shirts and I would look at them when we were naked and I wanted to run my fingers along every single one. I touched them a few times, but always lightly, like I didn’t mean it. I don’t know, I thought I’d embarrass him. For a few months when I was nineteen I was having sex with someone with little stretch marks all over his shoulders and chest and stomach and I wanted to stare at them but I tried not to; I wanted to touch them but I was scared to make him feel strange in his body. Later that same year I had sex just once with someone who I met on the bus back home from school, who had straight blond hair and tattoos on his calves and no scars at all on his body. He bought me some beers at the bar out past the mall, then brought me back to his place where he put his hand around my throat and laughed and laughed. I stayed the night anyway, then left his house early in the morning and walked all the way home down Loudon Road and over the river, wondering how close I’d just come to dying, making a list in my head of what the pros and cons would’ve been.

Ungrateful Skin by Claire Comstock-Gay | Two Serious Ladies

A very important melty, hurty, yearnful story by our own Claire Comstock-Gay, who you may better know as Madame Clairevoyant. This is her first published piece of fiction!

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This is sooooo gooooood I’m so glad I read it. 

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Maturing is realizing how many things don’t require your comment.
— Rachel Wolchin (via allegorys)

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