The Moon Circle is basically the moon stone/moon pool of my wc oc territories. It’s a hollow old tree, surrounded by a ‘fairy circle’ of mushrooms, and fungus grows on/in the tree. The fungus on the inside are bio luminescent and light up when it gets dark enough. moon shrooms. med cats love em
So I made some little sidebar images from the background sidebar art for each Flight! These are just a few examples, I have every single flight done over on imgur, both in 400px height and in its original much larger height.
(Tumblr does some weird stretching and resizing sometimes, so I didn’t want to upload all 88 images here lol).
There’s two versions of each sidebar, one with the original black edges and one without the black.
Use them however you like! If you need a particular size, I’m happy to resize it for you, if you don’t have an image editing program or can’t do it yourself.
Living Things - Symbiotic Living with photosynthetic algae
Superb speculative Emerging Technology Design exploring the symbiosis between humans and photosynthetic algae through the installation of furniture that cultivates living things. By Jacob Douenias and Ethan Frier. Want!
Living Things is installed at the Mattress Factory Museum of Contemporary Art in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania until March 27, 2016.
free to use
Light flight bio resource is done! It’s simple and great for a couple paragraphs of writing. All you need to do is add two columns to the dragon’s bio, one for the vertical graphic, and the second for the writing. close the columns and add the footer at the bottom and all done!
My little cozy study space :)
I specifically cleared a space for my laptop to sit on. It makes a perfect movie theatre atmosphere with the lights off! Right now I’m working on bio while watching vampire diaries probably not the best study move but vampire diaries is just so addicting!
Don’t google your name. Ever.
Don’t “search” for yourself
on anything that glows in the dark.
Don’t let your beauty
be something anyone can turn off.
Don’t edit your ugly out of your bio.
Let your light come from the fire.
Let your pain be the spark,
but not the timber.
Remember, you didn’t come here
to write your heart out.
You came to write it in.