The FMA one still hurts, fuck you for that.
So I see that Satan decided to make a fanart piece…
There’s a Sailor Moon one!
the Sailor Moon and Bioshock ones are perfect!
*Deep sigh* I can feel the change coming, the quick declining recession of good feelings. I can feel it, taste it, it’s just right around the corner. The thoughts of being a worthless, friendless loser will soon overcome me;I hear them creeping in as we speak. Why can’t this good feeling last forever, why must I go through sad spells, anti-social spells? Why do people become short with me? Why do I always tire out those who actually talk to me? Why do I always feel like the only people who would truly be devastated by my death is my immediate family? I often contemplate testing this idea. And it always begins on days like this.
buckshot is my bread
and I’ll drink whiskey instead of water
cause I can’t stand
to be sober in this place
your hands on my face
every step of the way
tryin’ to peel away the pain
Ukrainian photographers Jeleza Rose, Andrew Onufriyenko, and designer Zhanna Syguta-Milova explore the role of “the creative in the city.” Examining post-Soviet metropolis, Welders is an ironic portrait series depicting the technical worker replaced by the overly resplendent “designer” of modern cityscapes. Each helmet was hand-crafted to depict the various aesthetics of the contemporary creative firm employee. Striking and humorous, the portraits call into question not only the change of the current urban workforce, but our evolving consumer-driven culture as a whole. With the industrial factory worker long gone, the “designer” counterpart feels both superficial and ludicrous. It is the pageantry without substance that givesWelders so much genuine irony and punch.