militaryarmament:

Japanese Type 92 Minefield Clearing Vehicle firing a rocket during an exercise near Mt. Fuji.

What the hell is that tank it looks like a leopard

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valiantparadox:

My roommate and I have had far too much coffee and I think our neighbors hate us

WHO DID THIS

I WAS DYING OF LAUGHTER THE WHOLE TIME

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thenomreview:

Salmon Sashimi Rice Bowl
Nom rating: 8.1
All the nom. Perfectly balanced with contrasting textures and flavours.

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aphtonites:

war has changed

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0ci0:

"I read the manga before I watched the anime"

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wish i was kissing you instead of thinking about you

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chrisbrinleejr:

Took Finch on her first camping trip for my birthday this weekend.

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iraffiruse:

Satisfying things

being a human is so weird

How would you get that sandwich out

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Big Fish by Sculptor Johnson Tsang

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

Surreal Animal Sculptures Carrying Monumental Elements of Nature by Wang Ruilin

In an ongoing series titled “Dreams,” Chinese sculptor Wang Ruilin creates surreal animals that don’t act like animals at all. Their backs, and sometimes their antlers, function as arcs that carry monumental elements of nature like lakes and mountain cliffs. It’s like an animal-version of Noah’s Arc without people. “Leaving individuals behind is painful”, admits the 29-year old sculptor, but it allows us to reduce confusion and see the value and force of life.       Ruilin’s copper sculptures are the result of Eastern classical painting and imagery that’s been combined with past experiences. He recalls a life-changing incident when, at the age of 4 or 5, he encountered a painting of a horse by the artist Xu Beihong. He became obsessed with the vigorous animal and has ever since identified with it. The artist describes his creative process as digging deep into his heart and excavating “works that originally exist from various experiences.”

Ruilin’s “Dreams” series was most recently part of ART Beijing earlier this year. You can see more of his work on his website or follow him on Behance.

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Surreal Distorted Sculptures of Emil Alzamora

Emil Alzamora was born in Lima, Peru in 1975. His family moved to Boca Grande, Florida when he was two. He later attended Florida State University where he graduated Magna cum Laude in 1998 earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts. Alzamora harnesses a wide range of materials and techniques to deliver unexpected interpretations of the sculpted human figure. He often distorts, elongates, deconstructs, or encases his forms to reveal an emotional or physical situation, or to tell a story. Alzamora’s keen interest in the physical properties of his materials combined with his hands-on approach allow for the process to reveal and inform at once the aesthetic and the conceptual.

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