Icarus Smicarus

This is your warning.

explore-blog:

An 11-year-old boy recreates David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest in Lego – a superb addition to these visual interpretations of the massive novel.

explore-blog:

An 11-year-old boy recreates David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest in Lego – a superb addition to these visual interpretations of the massive novel.

nprmusic:

actuallygrimes:

Sup! heres the video for the song Go that me and blood diamonds wrote :) co directed by me and my brother mac

It’s supposed to be dante’s inferno (abstractly), different layers of hell etc. super visually inspired by like x men, metal gear, dune. haha, maybe thats too all over the place and doesn’t make sense, but yea, enjoy!

also special thanks to everyone in it: blood diamonds, david hayter (for doing the crazy voice @ the beginning), and the dancers (Nicki, natsuki, hana and rey!)

oh also for canadians its available here: http://smarturl.it/GoCanada

Quick! Someone fanfic X-Men into the Dune universe! —Lars

I said “free fros” instead of “free throws” and couldn’t stop laughing. Told a student to write it on the board and then I drew a doodle after they left.  (at Magic City Campus High School)

rylic:

giganticsky:

The Many Messages of Andre 3000

Mentor.

(via thekidsaregrowingup)

Ask a Teacher Series: Eight Questions from Writers to Teachers, Back-to-School Edition

writeworld:

Hey! That’s me! Thanks for listening to my rambling, writeworld!

(Source: popsonnet, via npr)

wnyc:

—Sean, Sideshow

wnyc:

—Sean, Sideshow

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endlessgeeking:

OOOOHHHHH SHIT
wbur:

From our “Brain Matters” series, a story about how music helps in the development of the human brain.