Kitty Time

theslinkylizard:

Odin is ready for Halloween this year! He thinks he makes a great night fury!

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Baby Anteater

asylum-art:

Martin Wittfooths Beautiful and Disturbing Paintings of Animals in Post-Apocalyptic Settings

Martin Wittfooth’s intensely allegorical paintings all suggest the future of the human condition — without showing a single person. The Brooklyn-based painter has transcended the illustrative genre and entered into the realm of modern masterworks, using a time-honored painterly tradition that may be painstaking, but reveals incredible depth in both medium and content. His paintings are haunting in that they have a feeling of real possibility. The familiar scenes hint of dystopia and disrepair; their animal subjects are beautiful, but also betray that something in this world is amiss. In light of the long-awaited recognition and acceptance of climate change, Wittfooth’s work has an undercurrent of forewarning about what could happen if humans don’t get our act together. We spoke to the artist about his post-apocalyptic vision, classic style, and the  of using animals instead of people as subjects.

retrogasm:

June Knight

retrogasm:

June Knight

"Go ahead, make my millennium."

Beetlejuice (1988)

kqedscience:

Do pygmy seahorses search for a coral that matches their color, or do they change their color to match the coral? 
Learn more in Pygmy Seahorses: Masters of Camouflage, the premiere video for our new science series, Deep Look. Watch on Tuesday, October 21.
Created by KQED Public Media in San Francisco and presented by pbsdigitalstudios.

kqedscience:

Do pygmy seahorses search for a coral that matches their color, or do they change their color to match the coral?

Learn more in Pygmy Seahorses: Masters of Camouflage, the premiere video for our new science series, Deep Look. Watch on Tuesday, October 21.

Created by KQED Public Media in San Francisco and presented by pbsdigitalstudios.

onlylolgifs:

Lorikeet playing wtih a ball in a bucket