fodder

fod·der (fŏd’ər)
n.
  1. Feed for livestock
  2. Raw material, as for artistic creation.
  3. A consumable item or resource that is in demand and usually abundant supply

 

 

ORIGIN Old English fodor, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch voeder and German Futter, also to FOOD

 

 

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tether = my own work + more words

 

pr1nceshawn:

AT-AT made out of reclaimed skateboards by Derek Keenan

(Source: superpunch.net, via unconsumption)

artofthedarkages:

Roman provincial brooches with colorful geometric glass inlay.

Cast out of bronze, with glass enamel.

Made in the 3rd century by Gallic and Celtic craftsmen throughout Gaul.

Currently located at the Cleveland Museum of Art.

(via huldrapress)

eriebasin:

1900-10s Colored Paste Art Nouveau Locket, Gold Filled (sold)

eriebasin:

1900-10s Colored Paste Art Nouveau Locket, Gold Filled (sold)

more here

more here

(Source: kickstarter.com, via shoelust)

wnycradiolab:

Christopher Payne explored NYC’s weird, wonderful North Brother island and came away with some amazing photos.

This is the island where Typhoid Mary was quarantined. We got a chance to visit a while back, it was pretty intense.

missmodular:

Amazing work by Mei KawajiriSusi Kenna on her Tumblr, Nail Art History:

BARRY MCGEE

NAIL ARTIST: Mei Kawajiri / @ciaomanhattan2012 

HAND-PAINTED ON: January 8, 2014

athousandfacets:

OMUT

Love, love, love this…the jewelry piece, the outfit, the model, the photo styling…..

athousandfacets:

OMUT

Love, love, love this…the jewelry piece, the outfit, the model, the photo styling…..

(Source: anavictorious, via melodysblog)