Ron Swanson Paper Dolls FOR THE WIN!!!
There is a page called Ron Swanson Quotes which has a gallery of awesome pictures and quotes by the man himself.
My favorite Ron Swanson quote
Mustached mug and other Ron Swanson Etsy Finds
Ron Swanson street art.
Really awesome, but really kind of weird, fan art
The greatest Ron Swanson scene ever!
The Doctor is In and he is recommending a heavy dose of fandom glee in these fun Doctor Who finds that popped up on Pinterest.
First dose: A tree with a bow tie. It is probably only Whovians who would see Matt Smith in street art on a tree, but I immediately posted this picture to my Doctor Who board.
Second dose: It’s the TARDIS in the shape of a motor vehicle with some left over attachments from its Police Box days.
Third dose: Fan art of Tenant’s Doctor and a Dalek by ben rc using low poly.
Final dose of Doctor Who magic: A perfect mash-up for Super Wholockians of the Supernatural Impala and the TARDIS the Impardis by SirGeorgPrime.
Here are some nerdy odds and ends I’ve found the internets here of late.
My mother sent me a link to this website that will send you info on free or cheap ebooks from the genres that you like. I’ve downloaded one book so far, and … well, it’s a weird premise for a book. But anyway. The concept behind this website is really cool. So check out BookBub if you are interested in getting info on free ebooks.
This video popped up on the internets. I don’t know if it is so nerdy, as much as, well, funny. Also, it is a reminder that when you are with a person hanging out, try to stay off your phone and actually spend time with the person you are with. Or a giant red bull will cart away your lover and she will happily go.
Check out this hot/cold Tetris coffee mug. I hate Tetris with a passion. Hate it. But the mug is cool.
Remember my post about the guy who can make hoops dance? Well @LindzeePoi sent me a link to his latest video, Street Lights. His work is mesmerizing and always makes me smile. I find it amazing how the lights seem to be separate entities from him, chasing each other around his body, just wonderful work. Plus the music is by Lindsey Sterling, I love her!
I know how I always talk about Chris being a viking, well I decided to give it a try too. I think I managed fairly well. (I discovered its about angles and not showing my very short legs.)
We recently moved and the other day I went for a walk and found a mortuary, automobile repair shop, and art studio all in the same block. It was kind of amazing. I discovered this portrait on the back of the art studio. And I fell in love a little.
A jaunt down the side street led to the discovery of a retaining wall and cement steps leading to nowhere. Homes that have been razed and grass now grows taking over the cement steps and sidewalk.
Most interestingly, this row of abandoned houses is led by the most perfect little leave it to beaver house. The last one standing in a field of grass and cement and towering trees. A lone reminder of what once was.
If you want to see some more abandoned places from the safety of your home, check out Forbidden Places: Urban Exploration a website full of photographs from urban explorers.
I have a board on Pinterest called Skeletons and Skulls where I post beautiful artwork of skulls or skeletons. In case you haven’t been following (though I’m sure you will now, right? ;)) here are some of my recent faves.
Skeleton Love Stencil by Catman103 on DeviantArt
Red Skull Balloon
José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros’ work Profanity Pop is as thought provoking as it is profane. It makes me feel like the heathen I am when I laugh at these sacrilegious images. You can click on the link above to see more of his work. I’m just posting one of my favorites below, and one that is not as risque as some of his other work. (You have been warned.)