This lunchtime I helped my friend with his son’s passport application by becoming a countersignatory for him online. Alway glad to help a mate!
In the good old days of the internet, many websites employed counters to declare how many visitors they received. In this case, a cheeky chimp is doing the duty, but the figures are as crazy as he is.
Credits: Honda CBR 929 RR Site via GifCities and Internet Archive
A fractal by Tom Beddard that is constantly churning out what I can only describe as boxed window frames. Fascinating, surreal and a little oddly satisfying.
Credits: Tom Beddard and Ello via Seven Kingdoms, gif and Pinterest
“Dark circles under my eyes sink deeper and deeper into my skull, in contrast to my pale skin there is an undeniable resemblance to a fresh corpse.” – Dee Remy
Credits: David Anastacio/A place for things I admire. and Tumblr via Oscar J, Gif and Pinterest, goodreads
“Sunflowers end up facing the sun, but they go through a lot of dirt to find their way there.” – JR Rim
Credits: Captain Kath and Gypsum’s Corner via GifCities and Internet Archive, goodreads
The zine of an photographer’s best pieces.
Credits: KAYA FEHMI and bigcartel
Alors, on fume toujours ?! 😉🚬🚭
So, are we still smoking ?! 😉🚬🚭
Credits: Anna, annamachtart and Tumblr via Fidjie Fidjie, Gifs Animés: art ,humour,animaux… and Google+
Dedicated to my mate Ashley, who’s a rock fan. I haven’t seen or spoken to him in a while. Got to catch up.
Credits: Charles 5150 via GifCities and Internet Archive
Add a little extra motion to your day with animated illustrations by Robin Davey, via The Fox is Black. Davey is an acclaimed illustrator and animator from the UK, who has worked with Wired Italia, the Wall Street Journal and Finnish insurance firm Nippu.
Credits: Robin Davey and The Fox is Black via smallforbig, Mari – Small for Big, mahendra surve and Pinterest
It’s the 1st of September. Let’s go crazy and set fire to our possessions.
Credits: elder ducks and Tumblr via tenor, Ashvin Erriah, Radio Plus CONSEIL POLITIQUE . , Mauritius/Ile-Maurice and Facebook