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  1. painkillerthepigeon:

I love this. Artwork made for Jon Wurster which he posted on Facebook the other day.

    painkillerthepigeon:

    I love this. Artwork made for Jon Wurster which he posted on Facebook the other day.

    (via arcticsplash)

  2. Fuck it, Dude. Let’s go bowling. (at North Bowl)

    Fuck it, Dude. Let’s go bowling. (at North Bowl)

  3. I am so angry at the Columbus monument right now.

Shot ruining monstrosity.

    I am so angry at the Columbus monument right now.

    Shot ruining monstrosity.

  4. evilspy:

Improved the Hawkeye poster for Avengers 2.

    evilspy:

    Improved the Hawkeye poster for Avengers 2.

  5. swiggityswalexishipjalex wrote...

    Do you like pizza? Does the president like pizza? who am I kidding, everyone likes pizza.

    whitehouse:

    Yes! Especially Chicago-style deep dish.

    DEEP DISH IS NOT PIZZA IT IS TOMATO PIE

  6. Speedy Ortiz at Bottom Lounge

Official @sxt™ jam shot.

Full set here.

    Speedy Ortiz at Bottom Lounge

    Official @sxt™ jam shot.

    Full set here.

  7. Dum Dum Girls at Bottom Lounge

Official @sxt™ wide shot.

Full set here.

    Dum Dum Girls at Bottom Lounge

    Official @sxt™ wide shot.

    Full set here.

  8. Chaotic good, with streaks of Omega-level spite

  9. philamuseum:

Happy birthday to one of America’s greatest Realists, Thomas Eakins. You may already be familiar with him, but did you know that his wife, Susan, was also an accomplished painter? This intimate portrait of Thomas was painted by his wife and is believed to have been based on a photograph of him working. “Portrait of Thomas Eakins,” c. 1920–25, by Susan Macdowell Eakins

    philamuseum:

    Happy birthday to one of America’s greatest Realists, Thomas Eakins. You may already be familiar with him, but did you know that his wife, Susan, was also an accomplished painter? This intimate portrait of Thomas was painted by his wife and is believed to have been based on a photograph of him working.

    Portrait of Thomas Eakins,” c. 1920–25, by Susan Macdowell Eakins

  10. Recently, on InstagramChicago Edition

  11. Recently, on InstagramPitchfork Edition