Damian Ruff

Swain, Damian: On monday I start work at the Gay Men’s Health Crisis(GMHC located at... →

swaincommadamian:

On monday I start work at the Gay Men’s Health Crisis(GMHC located at 446 West 33rd Street New York, NY). The GMHC is a non-profit organization that is geared towards offering HIV testing and prevention -along with food/pantry, counseling, and various other social services- to at risk or…


lostdollsclub:

jtotheizzoe:

via thescienceisgolden:

The periodic table of social issues
The design studio Dorothy have put together a periodic table of humanities  virtues and vices. I’ve only got the bad ones here, but it’s nice to note that there are good ones still available.
Two rows at the bottom of the table include selflessness, activism and honesty. They make up the rare earth and radioactive elements, but it’s nice to know they’re still there.

This is another great piece of work by the folks at Dorothy. My only criticism is that things like war, racism, sexism and torture should be moved to the halogen group, because they’re the most devastatingly reactive of the whole bunch.

I want one of these.
lostdollsclub:

jtotheizzoe:

via thescienceisgolden:

The periodic table of social issues
The design studio Dorothy have put together a periodic table of humanities  virtues and vices. I’ve only got the bad ones here, but it’s nice to note that there are good ones still available.
Two rows at the bottom of the table include selflessness, activism and honesty. They make up the rare earth and radioactive elements, but it’s nice to know they’re still there.

This is another great piece of work by the folks at Dorothy. My only criticism is that things like war, racism, sexism and torture should be moved to the halogen group, because they’re the most devastatingly reactive of the whole bunch.

I want one of these.

lostdollsclub:

jtotheizzoe:

via thescienceisgolden:

The periodic table of social issues

The design studio Dorothy have put together a periodic table of humanities  virtues and vices. I’ve only got the bad ones here, but it’s nice to note that there are good ones still available.

Two rows at the bottom of the table include selflessness, activism and honesty. They make up the rare earth and radioactive elements, but it’s nice to know they’re still there.

This is another great piece of work by the folks at Dorothy. My only criticism is that things like war, racism, sexism and torture should be moved to the halogen group, because they’re the most devastatingly reactive of the whole bunch.

I want one of these.