thursdayyyy

house to myself today. i plan to watch chick flicks. have a bath. do some painting. and really enjoy me time. I used to feel guilty have lazy days because i felt like i would be judged. The only person that “judged” i know see was myself. the internal pressures i put on myself. Im okay now with saying that sometimes i just need to be alone, sometimes i need to have a day at home. to collect my thoughts, rejuvenate and just breathe.. i’m feeling pretty lucky that i can do this. because at this stage in my mental illness /healing i need all the down time i can get. In the past I have often neglected to “look after myself” and listen to what my bodies needs. Heres to fresh starts.. a fresh outlook on life and learning to listen to my body! happy thursday!!! xxxxxxx

mental health day

house to myself today. i plan to watch chick flicks. have a bath. do some painting. and really enjoy me time. I used to feel guilty have lazy days because i felt like i would be judged. The only person that “judged” i know see was myself. the internal pressures i put on myself. Im okay now with saying that sometimes i just need to be alone, sometimes i need to have a day at home. to collect my thoughts, rejuvenate and just breathe.. i’m feeling pretty lucky that i can do this. because at this stage in my mental illness /healing i need all the down time i can get. In the past I have often neglected to “look after myself” and listen to what my bodies needs. Heres to fresh starts.. a fresh outlook on life and learning to listen to my body! happy thursday!!! xxxxxxx

nanodash

nanodash:

archiemcphee:

Artist Rogan Brown creates incredibly elaborate and delicate paper sculptures using layers of hand-cut watercolor paper. His latest piece, entitled Outbreak, is “based on the smallest structures found within the human body: cells, microbes, pathogens, and neurons.” Brown spent 4 months painstakingly designing, cutting and assembling this awesomely intricate piece, which he describes as an exploration “of the microbiological sublime.”

Here Brown explains a bit about his creation process:

"I am inspired in part by the tradition of scientific drawing and model making, and particularly the work of artist-scientists such as Ernst Haeckel. But although my approach involves careful observation and detailed “scientific” preparatory drawings, these are always superseded by the work of the imagination; everything has to be refracted through the prism of the imagination, estranged and in some way transformed."

Further proof that Art + Science = Awesome

Visit Rogan Brown’s website to check out more of his fascinating artwork.

[via Colossal]

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