Steamworks

Photos & ephemera from the hinterlands of the interweb: mostly art, books, kittens, house hippos, and the occasional side-boob.
itsalltemporary:

"LOVEnotHATE! LOVEnotHATE!" ;) #hfxpride2014 #hfxpride14 #HalCon #Halifax #dalek #drwho #nerdsdoitbest

itsalltemporary:

"LOVEnotHATE! LOVEnotHATE!" ;) #hfxpride2014 #hfxpride14 #HalCon #Halifax #dalek #drwho #nerdsdoitbest

anonymousjolty:

ask-koki-kariya:

xsongmihix:

cadyanne94:

Dedicated to all my fellow retail employees

All of these are oh so painfully true.

Undertand

The fourth one… Ugh…

I always tell people who want to complain to me: “Don’t tell me your complaint. I’m an employee, mgmt won’t listen to me.”

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kurokitsunei:

Welcome to Night Vale

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fer1972:

Beautiful Illustrations by Hei Ce Ce

HISTORY MEME : (3/ 8) objects - The ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ poster

'Keep Calm and Carry On' was a motivational poster produced by the British government in 1939 during the beginning of the Second World War, intended to raise the morale of the British public in the aftermath of widely predicted mass air attacks on major cities. It had only limited distribution with no public display, and thus was little known. With a bold coloured background, the posters depicted the symbolic crown of King George VI along with a simple yet effective font.The poster was rediscovered in 2000, has been re-issued by a number of private companies, and has been used as the decorative theme for a range of products. (+)

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Start over… - colorDone in 06.2014

Start over… - color
Done in 06.2014

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70sscifiart:

Minimal, old school sci-fi from Dan McPharlin as EP cover art for electronica artist Pretty Lights

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robertdafoto:

Fast Furious

I’m amazed no one has done this off a wharf yet

robertdafoto:

Fast Furious

I’m amazed no one has done this off a wharf yet

Happy Birthday, Harrison Ford! (July 13, 1942

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