archiemcphee:

Recep Alçamli is a chemical engineering student in Turkey who uses his free time to carve awesomely tiny and exquisitely detailed sculptures on the graphite tips of pencils. Alçamli’s impressive skill places him in the excellent company of artists such as Dalton Ghetti, cerkahegyzo, Pete Goldlust and Diem Chau (all previously featured here).
Head over to Recep Alçamli’s Facebook page to check out more of his amazing pencil sculptures.
archiemcphee:

Recep Alçamli is a chemical engineering student in Turkey who uses his free time to carve awesomely tiny and exquisitely detailed sculptures on the graphite tips of pencils. Alçamli’s impressive skill places him in the excellent company of artists such as Dalton Ghetti, cerkahegyzo, Pete Goldlust and Diem Chau (all previously featured here).
Head over to Recep Alçamli’s Facebook page to check out more of his amazing pencil sculptures.
archiemcphee:

Recep Alçamli is a chemical engineering student in Turkey who uses his free time to carve awesomely tiny and exquisitely detailed sculptures on the graphite tips of pencils. Alçamli’s impressive skill places him in the excellent company of artists such as Dalton Ghetti, cerkahegyzo, Pete Goldlust and Diem Chau (all previously featured here).
Head over to Recep Alçamli’s Facebook page to check out more of his amazing pencil sculptures.
archiemcphee:

Recep Alçamli is a chemical engineering student in Turkey who uses his free time to carve awesomely tiny and exquisitely detailed sculptures on the graphite tips of pencils. Alçamli’s impressive skill places him in the excellent company of artists such as Dalton Ghetti, cerkahegyzo, Pete Goldlust and Diem Chau (all previously featured here).
Head over to Recep Alçamli’s Facebook page to check out more of his amazing pencil sculptures.
archiemcphee:

Recep Alçamli is a chemical engineering student in Turkey who uses his free time to carve awesomely tiny and exquisitely detailed sculptures on the graphite tips of pencils. Alçamli’s impressive skill places him in the excellent company of artists such as Dalton Ghetti, cerkahegyzo, Pete Goldlust and Diem Chau (all previously featured here).
Head over to Recep Alçamli’s Facebook page to check out more of his amazing pencil sculptures.
archiemcphee:

Recep Alçamli is a chemical engineering student in Turkey who uses his free time to carve awesomely tiny and exquisitely detailed sculptures on the graphite tips of pencils. Alçamli’s impressive skill places him in the excellent company of artists such as Dalton Ghetti, cerkahegyzo, Pete Goldlust and Diem Chau (all previously featured here).
Head over to Recep Alçamli’s Facebook page to check out more of his amazing pencil sculptures.
archiemcphee:

Recep Alçamli is a chemical engineering student in Turkey who uses his free time to carve awesomely tiny and exquisitely detailed sculptures on the graphite tips of pencils. Alçamli’s impressive skill places him in the excellent company of artists such as Dalton Ghetti, cerkahegyzo, Pete Goldlust and Diem Chau (all previously featured here).
Head over to Recep Alçamli’s Facebook page to check out more of his amazing pencil sculptures.
archiemcphee:

Recep Alçamli is a chemical engineering student in Turkey who uses his free time to carve awesomely tiny and exquisitely detailed sculptures on the graphite tips of pencils. Alçamli’s impressive skill places him in the excellent company of artists such as Dalton Ghetti, cerkahegyzo, Pete Goldlust and Diem Chau (all previously featured here).
Head over to Recep Alçamli’s Facebook page to check out more of his amazing pencil sculptures.
archiemcphee:

Recep Alçamli is a chemical engineering student in Turkey who uses his free time to carve awesomely tiny and exquisitely detailed sculptures on the graphite tips of pencils. Alçamli’s impressive skill places him in the excellent company of artists such as Dalton Ghetti, cerkahegyzo, Pete Goldlust and Diem Chau (all previously featured here).
Head over to Recep Alçamli’s Facebook page to check out more of his amazing pencil sculptures.
archiemcphee:

Recep Alçamli is a chemical engineering student in Turkey who uses his free time to carve awesomely tiny and exquisitely detailed sculptures on the graphite tips of pencils. Alçamli’s impressive skill places him in the excellent company of artists such as Dalton Ghetti, cerkahegyzo, Pete Goldlust and Diem Chau (all previously featured here).
Head over to Recep Alçamli’s Facebook page to check out more of his amazing pencil sculptures.

archiemcphee:

Recep Alçamli is a chemical engineering student in Turkey who uses his free time to carve awesomely tiny and exquisitely detailed sculptures on the graphite tips of pencils. Alçamli’s impressive skill places him in the excellent company of artists such as Dalton Ghetti, cerkahegyzo, Pete Goldlust and Diem Chau (all previously featured here).

Head over to Recep Alçamli’s Facebook page to check out more of his amazing pencil sculptures.

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gehayi:

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naamahdarling:

mythosidhe:

Although I have to point out that there was a piece of speculative science fiction called The Blazing World published by one Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle-upon-Tyne in 1666, slightly predating Mary Shelley.

This is the thing. Women have been doing awesome shit since there was awesome shit to do, we’ve BEEN THERE, if anyone bothered to look.

Oh, they looked. And then maliciously and willfully erased us from the books to keep anyone else from “getting ideas.”

Hell, the first named author in history? Enheduanna, a Sumerian high priestess, poet and lyricist. She’s known as the Shakespeare of Sumerian literature.

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tastefullyoffensive:

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huffpostarts:

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Ready for Rome? I think so.

Nothing like coming back home to all my books and knick-knacks in the same place ☺️

“I didn’t feel like reading the help document you sent me, so I figured I would call and have you walk me through it.”
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