Aurora's Theme
Cœur de Pirate

nadir-of-humanity:

AURORA'S THEME 

We will be together for all of your lifetimes, and we will never give up.

hlghpower:

korra-avatastic:

mind blowing animation

This was great.

hlghpower:

korra-avatastic:

mind blowing animation

This was great.

everydaylouie:

balcony wish

everydaylouie:

balcony wish

Legend of Korra Book 4 possibly released in just the next few months? this is definitely a happy sad scenario.

Title Screen
Yuka Tsujiyoko

nintendo-audio:

Paper Mario ~ Title Screen


American Horror Story: First Look at Freak Show Cast Art (©) Kathy Bates as the Bearded Lady. Michael Chiklis as the strong man. A two-headed Sarah Paulson. Sword eaters and oh so much more.

American Horror Story: First Look at Freak Show Cast Art (©)

Kathy Bates as the Bearded Lady. Michael Chiklis as the strong man. A two-headed Sarah Paulson. Sword eaters and oh so much more.

dotcore:

Pokémon Teams.
by Citron Vert.

Available on Society6.

biocanvas:

Vascular smooth muscle cells
Our hearts pump some 50 million gallons of blood in our lifetime, and our arteries take a beating because of it. Arteries have the critical task of withstanding the high blood pressure that comes with each heart stroke. To do this, arteries are lined with thick vascular smooth muscle cells (VSMCs) that contract and relax to control blood pressure and secrete proteins to cushion against each and every heartbeat. In this image, human embryonic stem cells have been transformed into VSMCs as shown by smooth muscle-specific markers in red and green. Creating VSMCs will be useful to study vascular abnormalities found in several diseases, including muscular dystrophy.
Image by Leslie Caron.

biocanvas:

Vascular smooth muscle cells

Our hearts pump some 50 million gallons of blood in our lifetime, and our arteries take a beating because of it. Arteries have the critical task of withstanding the high blood pressure that comes with each heart stroke. To do this, arteries are lined with thick vascular smooth muscle cells (VSMCs) that contract and relax to control blood pressure and secrete proteins to cushion against each and every heartbeat. In this image, human embryonic stem cells have been transformed into VSMCs as shown by smooth muscle-specific markers in red and green. Creating VSMCs will be useful to study vascular abnormalities found in several diseases, including muscular dystrophy.

Image by Leslie Caron.