// from unknowneditors
If you ever feel bad about your own writing, just remember that one of the world’s most well-known works of classic literature is self-insert fanfiction where the author hangs out with his favorite poet and is guided on his journey of discovery by a Manic Pixie Dream Girl version of a woman he met twice.
also where all his enemies are tormented in hell
// from mister-smalls
kids books, reimagined for 20-somethings
// from awildhyzyappears
You now have links to two straight hours of Scenes From A Hat from the show Whose Line is it Anyway.
oh my GOD
PARDON ME BUT THOSE WERE MY FAVORITE FUCKING PARTS OF WHOSE LINE OMG
/SLAPS THIS ON BLOG AND TAGS REFERENCE FOR GOOD LAUGHS
GUESS WHO JUST DIED WATCHING THROUGH THE FIRST
YOU WANT THIS SHIT
REBLOGGING SO I CAN FIND LATER OMG YES!
// from cloysterbell
Geographical and astronomical illustrations from the mid-1800s
by John Philipps Emslie
(several via the Wellcome Collection)
Imagination makes a hell of a scientific tool.
// from spacetravelco
I think I have a new favorite rapper.
I think this is the best GOT fanwork I have ever encountered.
// from jaybushman
10 Terrifying two-sentence horror stories
"I just saw my reflection blink."
I kind of wish I scrolled past this
// from spookymrsboo
Wars On Kincade Jeff Bennett
What do you get when you take the traditional artworks of Thomas Kinkade and incorporate Star Wars battle scenes in their midst? Something really cool!
// from archatlas
I’m selling all my ASOIAF pieces as prints at the Ltd Art Gallery “WINTER IS COMING” show! They are all available online as easily frameable 8x10 giclee prints on watercolor paper for $20 each, should you like to buy one. They’re each limited to only 25 prints, too!
In the past I haven’t offered all of these for sale as prints because the original files were kinda small, but I went back in and reformatted, tweaked colors, and cleaned everything up.
I know you liked them when I reblogged them before
I know you want them
don’t lie to me
// from kalidraws
// from sassyunicorn