I bet with myself if I’d chicken out of drawing and posting this silly thing.
Today the Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders was delighted to learn about the work of Buckinghamshire, England-based illustrator Chloe Giordano, who uses freehand embroidery to create incredibly small, yet finely detailed depictions of animals.
The final works of a sleeping fawn or mouse are scarcely larger than the size of a thimble, yet can take long periods of time to complete as she mixes myriad thread colors to achieve perfection for each piece.
In addition to wonderfully wee embroidered pieces like those pictured here, Giordano also creates 3D sculptures. You can keep up with all of Chloe Giordano’s artwork right here on Tumblr at karenin. She’s currently available for comission-based work as well.
Did you know? That the Genies “Tourist” outfit at the end of Aladdin was actually based off an outfit that Robin Williams wore in the “Back to Neverland” short that was filmed for MGM studios?
Hi I’m Brittany and this is my weight loss story! I was able to lose 24 pounds in 4 weeks with no change in diet and little exercise (maybe going to the gym 1-2 times a week.) How did I do it? This organic cleanse my best friend recommended changed my life! It’s like the holy grail of weight loss which is why I wanted to share this little known tip with my followers. I’ve struggled to lose weight in the past but that all changed with this diet. I’ve been eating the same as before, and I lost 24 pounds already. My metabolism is also crazy fast now and the diet helps suppress my cravings/appetite so I don’t overeat. If you’re struggling to lose weight, I would highly recommend trying this cleanse because if it worked for me, it can work for anybody! Best of luck to my fellow tumblr users with weight loss goals
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DRAMAtical Murder episode 7 - Koujaku’s route
episode 8 might be Noiz’ route
if anyone puts that goddamn meme on this post i’m reporting them. you know the one.
since when is neon pink a flavour
GET THIS TO 100K
Have you ever noticed the ‘Love is an Open Door’ battle on YT where people sing the song from frozen??
but these guys where lip syncing so ppl got pissed and then
but it gets better
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WHY ARE THERE STRAPS ON HIS LEGS I AM LAUGHING SO HARD
POWER TO MAIN THRUSTERS
ALL SYSTEMS ARE GO
BUT HE’S STILL WEARING HIS PANTS
pants aren’t an issue when you’re QUANTUM SHITTING THROUGH THE nTH DIMENSION
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why white boys end every sentence they type with haha??
to be honest i find it weirder that black people often just dont use verbs
slang is an actual type of language that people (not just black) use. that unnecessary, uneasy creep ass laugh at the end of every thing y’all type is a defense mechanism, so if you slip up you can claim it was a joke. grow some nuts and get some conviction u lil weak bitch.
Located in Costa Mesa, California, Newlight Technologies is forming plastic out of thin air. Literally.
"We would be breathing this right now," said Mark Herrema, Newlight’s CEO.
Herrema sees both sides of the climate change debate.
"You’ve got people on one side who say, if we enact carbon legislation it’s going to cost the economy, and they’re not wrong," Herrema said. "On the other side, we have people who say this is a huge problem and we need to do something about it, and they’re not wrong, either. The problem is they haven’t been able to find something that works for both sides."
The 32-year-old may have found that “something.” He’s figured out how to make plastic out of destructive carbon emissions that would otherwise heat the atmosphere, rather than with fossil fuels such as oil. Most importantly, he figured out a way to do it cheaper. It’s something he has been working on for 11 years since he started the company with his friend Kenton Kimmel in his parents’ garage.
"We’re not the first people to have the idea of turning greenhouse gas into plastic," Herrera said. "The thing that was missing was that no one had figured out how to do it cost-effectively."
Here’s how it works: Carbon emissions are captured from farms, landfills, and energy facilities and are fed into a 50-foot-tall reactor at Newlight’s plant. A bundle of enzymes strips out the carbon and oxygen and rearranges them into a substance they call air carbon.
The product is then melted down and cooled inside tubes and sliced into little plastic pellets that can be molded into anything.
Herrema calls it “a disruptive technology that’s gonna change the world.”
The last words said by Black youth murdered by policemen.
Cannot stress how important it is to learn about what you are looking up beyond what it looks like.
A wise someone once said, “Learn something with the goal of being able to explain it later. If you can’t explain it, you haven’t actually learned anything.”
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