asylum-art:

underwater eco sculptures by jason decaires taylorEco-sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor constructs eerie underwater sculptural installations that provide a place for marine species of fish, plants and coral to live. He uses materials that are environmentally friendly and that aid the growth of marine life under the sea. The artist is responsible for founding and creating the world’s first underwater sculpture park located off the coast of Genada, which is called Museo Subacuatico de Arte. MUSA features a collection of more than 500 of Jason deCaires Taylor’s sculptures.

aaaaa42:

you can blow smoke rings? pretty cool bro but check this out (takes a long drag)(blows a vagina made of smoke)(blows a perfectly formed smoke dick which glides through the air and collides with it)(the smoke coalesces into a smoke baby)(the baby flies through the air and grabs a knife)(as you fight the smoke baby i scream “DID YOU THINK YOU COULD FUCK WITH THE SMOKE WIZARD AND GET AWAY? DID YOU THINK THERE WOULD BE NO RAMIFICATIONS?”)

I am not interested in having the world revolve around me; that’s too boring of an idea. I would rather revolve around the world and try to leave my fingerprints, everywhere. My fingerprints mingled in with all the other fingerprints and all the laughter and all the beautiful things like gratitude, grace, faithfulness and flowers.
C. JoyBell C. (via creatingaquietmind)

red-lipstick:

Norwegian sailor Oyvind Tangen was aboard a research ship about 1,700 miles south of Cape Town, South Africa when he spotted these striped icebergs.

(Source: telegraph.co.uk)