My name is Leslie. I'm just a girl who likes many different things, trying to keep it real. You will find no hate here.

If you enjoy TV, Movies, Books, Food, Shenanigans, Tomfoolery, or any combination of the above, you have found the right blog.

Welcome, I say! Welcome!

 

PSA

Oh hey, old url. What’s up?

Just in case there are still people here who aren’t aware, I’m not really here anymore. 

Check out my new blog at writteninfingerpaint.tumblr.com.

Peace, guys.

Leslie

Me right now. Screw this paper.

Me right now. Screw this paper.

PSA-Again

I’m primarily at my other blog now, so you should go follow me there: writteninfingerpaint.tumblr.com

I’ll still keep this one up, but I probably won’t be here very often.

Keep being the awesome people you are!

Rock on,

Leslie

PSA

I’m primarily at my other blog now, so you should go follow me there: writteninfingerpaint.tumblr.com

I’ll still keep this one up, but I probably won’t be here very often.

Keep being the awesome people you are!

Rock on,

Leslie

[UHQ] NEW YORK, NY: Darren Criss attends the Versus Versace launch hosted by Donatella Versace at the Lexington Avenue Armory on May 15, 2013

(Source: daxterdd)

archiemcphee:

London-based designer Sophie de Oliveira Barata creates some of the most jaw-droppingly awesome prosthetics we’ve ever seen.

Sophie comes from an art background, with a first class honours degree at London Arts University where she studied Special Effects prosthetics for film and T.V. She then went on to work for 8 years, as a sculptor making realistic looking, bespoke prosthetics for amputees at one of the leading prosthetic providers. She worked in all areas sculpting fingers, toes, partial feet , partial hands, bespoke liners and leg and arm covers for amputees. In her spare time she made more experimental art work in this medium, before setting up her own studio.

Known as The Alternative Limb Project, Sophie works as a specialist consultant with other prosthetists and produces both artificial limbs that look completely realistic as well as limbs created using imaginative ideas provided by the clients themselves. “She can interpret your ideas and create a unique design that will reflect your interests and personality.”

As you can see here, Sophie’s work is truly astonishing. As well as being completely functional prostheses, these amazing limbs are also unique works of art.

Each of her designs offer a sense of individuality, allowing the customer to express their personality through their synthetic appendages. The artist says, “Having an alternative limb is about claiming control and saying ‘I’m an individual and this reflects who I am.’”

Visit The Alternative Limb Project website to learn more about Sophie’s awesome work and check out more of her creations.

[via My Modern Metropolis]

writteninfingerpaint:

Colored pencil portraits of me and my brother.

Hey look I made this in high school!

thehawkeyeinitiative:

prettyjeff:

So there’s a blog called The Hawkeye Initiative where people highlight ridiculously-proportioned women in comics by drawing Hawkeye in the same pose. This isn’t exactly a submission, but it was kinda nice to draw a character with no regard for things like spines or internal organs. 

Above image is by http://artistmeli.tumblr.com/

I stared at this one for about a full 30 seconds before bursting into really heinous donkey laughter.

Original post here: http://thehawkeyeinitiative.com/post/50337971918/artistmeli-sooo-i-know-im-a-little-late-to

Nothing but a broken heirloom

Shamelessly plugging myself again. 

My new writing/art/whatever blog.

Check it out if you wantzzzzz.

cosettefauchelevents:

what if they took west side story and made a version where it was set in verona in the 1400s and instead of gangs there are two powerful italian families. i just think that would be really cool

(Source: jonflanagans)