Beneath the Surface☮





Beneath the Surface☮

jumpingjacktrash:

stillhidden:

cognitivedissonance:

castielsheavenlybeard:

hushpeeps:

We need this in Chicago

Chicago Warming Center Locations.


Baltimore and Chicago readers, be aware!
Not in either city? Reblog with your locations info, too.

Hotline #:
Baltimore: 410-433-5175 for Baltimore Area Homeless Shelters 24-Hour Hotline
Boston: 617-534-2526 for Friends of Boston’s Homeless or dial 311
Chicago: 311
Detroit: 1-800-274-3583 and 1-800-343-4427 (starting on Monday at 6 a.m.)
Kansas City, Mo.: 816-474-4599
New York City: 311
Milwaukee: 211
Minneapolis: 211
Philadelphia: 215-232-1984 for the Project HOME Homeless Outreach Hotline
Portland: 211
Richmond: 211
San Francisco: 311
Seattle: 211
St. Louis: 314-802-5444 for the Housing Resource Center hotline (between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., Mon-Friday)
Thunder Bay, Ontario: 807-620-7678 for the SOS team (operates between 2 p.m. and 2 a.m.)
Toronto: 311
Washington, D.C.: 1-800-535-7252 for the Hypothermia Hotline

it is not possible to survive without shelter rn in much of north america. people without shelter WILL die. let’s watch out for each other.

jumpingjacktrash:

stillhidden:

cognitivedissonance:

castielsheavenlybeard:

hushpeeps:

We need this in Chicago

Chicago Warming Center Locations.

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Baltimore and Chicago readers, be aware!

Not in either city? Reblog with your locations info, too.

Hotline #:

  • Baltimore: 410-433-5175 for Baltimore Area Homeless Shelters 24-Hour Hotline
  • Boston: 617-534-2526 for Friends of Boston’s Homeless or dial 311
  • Chicago: 311
  • Detroit: 1-800-274-3583 and 1-800-343-4427 (starting on Monday at 6 a.m.)
  • Kansas City, Mo.: 816-474-4599
  • New York City: 311
  • Milwaukee: 211
  • Minneapolis: 211
  • Philadelphia: 215-232-1984 for the Project HOME Homeless Outreach Hotline
  • Portland: 211
  • Richmond: 211
  • San Francisco: 311
  • Seattle: 211
  • St. Louis: 314-802-5444 for the Housing Resource Center hotline (between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., Mon-Friday)
  • Thunder Bay, Ontario: 807-620-7678 for the SOS team (operates between 2 p.m. and 2 a.m.)
  • Toronto: 311
  • Washington, D.C.: 1-800-535-7252 for the Hypothermia Hotline

it is not possible to survive without shelter rn in much of north america. people without shelter WILL die. let’s watch out for each other.

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Raw Poetic - Train Tracking!

Botany - Owa!

shihlun:

瑛九(Ei-Q),《面影》,1936年。

shihlun:

瑛九(Ei-Q),《面影》,1936年。

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3rd January 2014 / 415 notes
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aaronfrancisward:

Tamotsu Fujii - Esumi

(Source: narciste850, via jacony)

whatupmarc:

the first installment from my photo session with the gorgeous miranda evans.

whatupmarc:

the first installment from my photo session with the gorgeous miranda evans.

3rd January 2014 / 3,367 notes
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wujifighter:

Palm styles of Ba Gua Zhang

(Source: gutsanduppercuts, via inpursuitofkills)

3rd January 2014 / 2,478 notes

lustik:

CAMERAS, “Installation of 150 fake security cameras on building facade with the intention of not watching over anything”. - SpY

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jetgreguar:

ewok-gia:

Saturn’s hexagonal storm system in it’s north pole

the fact that we have a high res image of this shit is still one of the coolest things ever to me

jetgreguar:

ewok-gia:

Saturn’s hexagonal storm system in it’s north pole

the fact that we have a high res image of this shit is still one of the coolest things ever to me

(Source: spaceexp)

3rd January 2014 / 40,916 notes
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free-parking:

Xu BingTian Shu (Book from the Sky), 1987-1991

Tian Shu is comprised of a display of books spread in a large rectangle across the ground, above which voluptuous scrolls unroll in long, pregnant arcs. The books—four hundred of them—are handmade with reverential adherence to the standards of traditional Ming dynasty fonts, bookbinding, typesetting and stringing techniques. 

To make them, Xu painstakingly carved Chinese characters into square woodblocks, in just the way his ancient printing predecessors would have done, had them typeset and printed, and the printed pages mounted and bound into books and scrolls.

Yet, there’s the astonishing, Borgesian catch: out of the three or four thousand Chinese characters used in these volumes and scrolls, not a single one of them is a real Chinese characterThey are made up of recognizable radicals and typical atomic components of Chinese characters, but Xu laboured to ensure that while they all retain the unmistakable look of Chinese script, they are all, so to speak, nonsense. They do not exist in any dictionary, and do not mean anything. Chinese speakers and non-Chinese speakers alike approach the books with the same sense of wonder at their beauty, and the same sense of incomprehension at their content. It’s a piece of art whose meaning is to be found in its meaninglessness. (via)

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