heaven4d: Tekkon Kinkreet City I loved the film Tekkonkinkreet. The gritty, colourful world it portrayed was fantastic.
A 330-ton, 200-foot-long fishing boat called the No. 18 Kyotokumaru (第十八共徳丸)—still sits where the waves left it over 800 meters (.5 mi) from the city’s harbor. The city of Kesennuma is debating whether to leave the Kyotokumaru as a monument or dismantle it. (via Japan tsunami: Country marks two-year anniversary of deadly earthquake | World […]
(via The Metropolitan Museum of Art – Playing Weiqi at the Water Pavilion)
There is freedom there—freedom to lead lives definitively of our own choosing. There is joy there—the kind that binds us together in adventures worthy of the lives we’ve been given. And there is grace—the overwhelming sense of beauty and wonder that can elevate our days. – Life Entrepreneurs This is the closing paragraph from the […]
newyorker: Cartoon of the day. For more: http://nyr.kr/JWOmj9
samaralex: It’s A Magical World by spacecoyote Calvin and Hobbes. Necessary and sufficient for a good childhood.
Wishing it would snow.
Definitely something to pick up. Would make a great gift for anyone who has ever played Super Mario in the past 26 years.
A funny story found on the back of my new Cosmonaut iPad stylus. (Taken with instagram)