Tumblr user and custom toy creator SaveTheWailes collided two very different worlds for these.
Fatima Abdel-Gwad is the latest high school senior to go viral with a sarcastic yearbook quote. http://kabobkween.tumblr.com/post/119495733267/had-to-keep-it-real-with-my-senior-quote Two weeks ago, we reported on Rafika Alami, a Muslim high school senior who used her yearbook quote to explain why she wears a headscarf in a hilarious way. Show More Summary
Laverne Cox posted to her official Tumblr page to show her support for fellow transgender woman Caitlyn Jenner. In her essay, she seconds the Internet sentiments that the best word to describe the Vanity Fair cover is "Yasss." Laverne...Show More Summary
In a long and heartfelt post on her tumblr this morning, Laverne Cox shared some thoughts on Caitlyn Jenner’s “amazing” Vanity Fair cover as well as her own #TransIsBeautiful campaign. After saying Jenner’s most beautiful quality was...Show More Summary
Like the rest of us, "Orange Is The New Black" star Laverne Cox thinks Caitlyn Jenner looked "Yasss Gawd! Werk Caitlyn! Get it!” on her Vanity Fair cover. But in a Tumblr post the actress shared on Tuesday, she explained that it's about...Show More Summary
When trying to predict which gifs will go viral on Tumblr, handwriting — you know, that old-fashioned method of making letters with a pen and your hand — might not be the first thing that comes to mind. But as it turns out, calligraphy...Show More Summary
I've found a beautiful and mysterious Tumblr that combines (what look like) old, obscure video game screenshots with (what look like) snippets of original fiction.
Laverne Cox took to Tumblr to share her thoughts about Caitlyn Jenner (formerly Bruce Jenner)’s debut on Vanity Fair. “Yes, Caitlyn looks amazing and is beautiful but what I think is most beautiful about her is her heart and soul, the ways she has allowed the world into her vulnerabilities,” the 31-year-old Orange is the [...]
hadrian6: Man Carrying the Burden of Time Supported by Hope and Patience. Abraham Janssens. Flemish 1571-1632. oil/canvas. http://hadrian6.tumblr.com
STACY MCCAIN ON THE TUMBLR FEMINISTS: The thing about Tumblr feminists — as with all feminists, really — is their bedrock conviction that men know nothing. All men are bad and wrong and stupid, the feminist believes, and the only things men ever do is (a) enjoy male privilege and (b) oppress women. Fortunately, the […]
Soccer players have it so easy. They get to play a sport for a living, have a luxurious life -- heck, they even have someone to rub their butt whenever they want. Can't help but idealize them. (GIF via jyosef.tumblr)
Via Dana Lyons' Tumblr, For the past 12 months, we have been taking note of a gradual accumulation of ancillary factors suggesting the longer-term outlook for stocks was becoming less attractive. At the same time, the factors most vital in supporting the persistence of the bull market in the intermediate-term continued to be constructive. Show More Summary
You might not realize but role-playing online as real people and characters from fiction is a huge thing. A quick search of Twitter or Tumblr throws up thousands of people who indulge in it as a hobby. It’s the inspiration behind Studio, a new messaging app with anonymous role-play using trademarked characters and famous people at its heart. Show More Summary
Tumblr Fashion Evangelist Valentine Uhovski discusses the blogging network's expanding fashion week program and its working relationship with its parent company, Yahoo.
hadrian6: The Dead Icarus. 1743. Paul Ambroise Slodtz. French 1702-1758. marble. Louvre Museum. http://hadrian6.tumblr.com
hadrian6: The Rescue. 1894. Louis Auguste Baralis. French 1862-1940. http://hadrian6.tumblr.com
hadrian6: Detail : The Triumph of Venice. 1737. Pompeo Girolamo Batoni. Italian 1708-1787. oil/canvas. http://hadrian6.tumblr.com
hadrian6: The Archangel Michael. 1838. Francesco Hayez. Italian. 1791-1882. oil on canvas. http://hadrian6.tumblr.com
Via Dana Lyons' Tumblr, If you’ve followed our commentary for awhile, you may have noticed that we don’t cover fundamental or economic data too often. That is for a good reason: we don’t use it, at all. Occasionally, however, a data point will cross the radar that piques our interest for whatever reason. Show More Summary