S P A R K A R K

REAVESY is
atlanta-orbit drawing guy, filmmaker, prince, pauper, vagrant.
SPARKARK is
cosmic freight and astral flotsam of past and future tense.
lemme know/teach me somethin new  

nicolas-chocolat:

Are you ok?

Yes = Buster wolf

No = Buster wolf

(via moonbakerey)

— 15 hours ago with 83 notes

chocofresh:

thequalityblack:

chocofresh:

AX Cosplay idea. What do you think? Kinagase Tsumugu from kill la kill narubaka sparkark thequalityblack urusebaka (sorry, tagging people I follow that I know are into anime. Lol)

YOOOOO DO THIS lol this is ill

Haha. It’s on the list then! Along with Sean from Street Fighter, Omoi from Naruto, and Kilik from Death Eater

werd, make it happen

— 16 hours ago with 8 notes
film-god:

Art should offend, shock, and inspireCecee LeonPhotographed by Q. OliverFuji X100s

film-god:

Art should offend, shock, and inspire

Cecee Leon
Photographed by Q. Oliver
Fuji X100s

— 18 hours ago with 48 notes
Neil DeGrasse Tyson Said What He Thinks About Race Now That He's Made It, And Almost Nobody Noticed →

at-divinebeing:

dynastylnoire:

He goes in

damn

my guy neil degrasse is royalty

(Source: jessehimself)

— 22 hours ago with 3505 notes

sunbakerey:

first four pages of my new COMIX SHORT “DREAM SKILLS" coz w/e why not

— 1 day ago with 975 notes
#creyoooooooooo 

that’s probably bullshit too, tho

— 1 day ago
oh, hey, this isn’t actually true. Ishtar has no such egg or bunny symbols, Easter has nothing to do with Ishtar.
Easter supposedly takes it name from Eostre, a Germanic pagan goddess. There is a story about how during a harsh winter a bird trapped in a tree had become frozen. When the spring came (or rather, when Eostre brought it) Eostre saw said bird on ice and pitied it, transforming it into a rabbit. However it continued to lay eggs.
The most likely link to the original pagan(?) Easter and the current commercial christian appropriation is probably the name Eostre having the meaning of “dawn,” that fits fantastically flush with risen Son sensibilities?

oh, hey, this isn’t actually true. Ishtar has no such egg or bunny symbols, Easter has nothing to do with Ishtar.

Easter supposedly takes it name from Eostre, a Germanic pagan goddess. There is a story about how during a harsh winter a bird trapped in a tree had become frozen. When the spring came (or rather, when Eostre brought it) Eostre saw said bird on ice and pitied it, transforming it into a rabbit. However it continued to lay eggs.

The most likely link to the original pagan(?) Easter and the current commercial christian appropriation is probably the name Eostre having the meaning of “dawn,” that fits fantastically flush with risen Son sensibilities?

(Source: hippiedreamin, via freshmensalley)

— 1 day ago with 257 notes

nohalfwaycrooks:

solarselection:

jesus christ what happened

this almost made me want to start hxh

you ain’t seen nothing yet.

(Source: bewareofmpreg)

— 1 day ago with 674 notes
#b-b-b-baby