sosuperawesome:

Last night I was talking to my illustrator friend James about life and stuff and I said ‘I hate to be the bearer of bad news’ , he drew me the top picture: the bear of bad news. I love it so much. :)

For the last few Saturdays he has taken drawing requests on Twitter too here are some of the results!

http://www.jamespdavies.tumblr.com/

https://twitter.com/jamesoncedid/

(*One without text “Teddy bear in a hot air balloon proposing to a rag doll with a plane doing skywriting for Charlotte” :)

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Tags: sweet

alackofoxygen:

Fix You (Vocals Only) | Coldplay

this is a gorgeous song a capella. I wish I had gone to their concert last night.

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Every Single Night by Fiona Apple

jamesftw:

just seen this on facebook
what a hero

jamesftw:

just seen this on facebook

what a hero

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Tags: sweet

Favorite Girl- The Icarus Account

"& don’t you know she is my favorite girl?

I wanna run away for days with her.

& if you promise not to say a thing,

I’m gonna buy that girl a diamond ring.

I said ‘Oooh, I think I love you.’”

unconsumption:

Many of you might have seen yesterday’s Unconsumption post on bracelets made from vintage plastic knitting needles.
After I published it, I shared a knitting-needle-bracelet photo on Unconsumption’s Facebook page, which led to comments about the idea of turning worn-out toothbrushes into bracelets. (Check out the full Facebook discussion on Unconsumption’s FB post here.)
Both kinds of bracelets can be made using a similar process: heat the plastic pieces in a pot of hot water (in a well-ventilated area, natch), then remove them and bend the warm plastic into rounded shapes.  
To make your own toothbrush bracelets, check out this tutorial from Instructables. From my reading of the comments there, it seems like the most challenging part of the process is pulling out the bristles.
Many of us repurpose old toothbrushes as cleaning tools — they make great scrub brushes, say, for cleaning bathtub corners, grout between tile, faucet bases, and other awkward-to-clean spots. After the bristles are really, really worn, why not turn the brush handles into bracelets?
[Those of us who use Preserve brand brushes, mentioned previously on Unconsumption here and here, are encouraged to drop worn brushes into collection boxes at Whole Foods Market stores and other select locations (info here), or mail them back to the manufacturer to be made into new items. Yogurt cups and other items made of #5 plastics also can be dropped in those boxes; an app (here) can help you find drop-box locations.]
Do let us know if you’ve made one or both types of bracelets. We’d love to hear about it.

unconsumption:

Many of you might have seen yesterday’s Unconsumption post on bracelets made from vintage plastic knitting needles.

After I published it, I shared a knitting-needle-bracelet photo on Unconsumption’s Facebook page, which led to comments about the idea of turning worn-out toothbrushes into bracelets. (Check out the full Facebook discussion on Unconsumption’s FB post here.)

Both kinds of bracelets can be made using a similar process: heat the plastic pieces in a pot of hot water (in a well-ventilated area, natch), then remove them and bend the warm plastic into rounded shapes.  

To make your own toothbrush bracelets, check out this tutorial from Instructables. From my reading of the comments there, it seems like the most challenging part of the process is pulling out the bristles.

Many of us repurpose old toothbrushes as cleaning tools — they make great scrub brushes, say, for cleaning bathtub corners, grout between tile, faucet bases, and other awkward-to-clean spots. After the bristles are really, really worn, why not turn the brush handles into bracelets?

[Those of us who use Preserve brand brushes, mentioned previously on Unconsumption here and here, are encouraged to drop worn brushes into collection boxes at Whole Foods Market stores and other select locations (info here), or mail them back to the manufacturer to be made into new items. Yogurt cups and other items made of #5 plastics also can be dropped in those boxes; an app (here) can help you find drop-box locations.]

Do let us know if you’ve made one or both types of bracelets. We’d love to hear about it.

Resolution #23-

Get a friend and do these things.

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Tags: sweet

SWAG.

SWAG.

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Resolution #12-
Take pictures of with Jason.
cuntstruct:

Aw Francis <3

Resolution #12-

Take pictures of with Jason.

cuntstruct:

Aw Francis <3

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Tags: sweet pic bro