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22 April 14

(Source: shenaniganstime)

Reblogged: killerville

20 April 14

Reblogged: s-p-q-r

Tags: snakes jewelry
Posted: 7:56 PM


sex in the shower? no. slip and bust my ass. break my dick. she slippin too. she knock her head on the tile she passed out. bleedin. i cant walk cause my jimmy snapped. thought this was gonna be sexy and we both end up half dead.

Reblogged: killerville

Posted: 9:19 AM

Reblogged: princexxhandgrenade

19 April 14


A spectacular electrical storms light up the Puyehue-Cordón Caulle range after the massive 8.8-magnitude Puyehue volcano erupted in Chile which had laid dormant for over half a century. The eruption belched an ash cloud more than six miles high over the Andes and cause a flurry of earth quakes. Photos by: Francisco Negroni | Flickr 500px

Reblogged: wonderous-world

Posted: 7:12 PM

Reblogged: artishardgr

Tags: art birds
Posted: 6:50 PM

Arc de Triomphe ~ Antoine Blanchard


Arc de Triomphe ~ Antoine Blanchard

Reblogged: englishsnow

Tags: art cities Paris
Posted: 6:47 PM

(Source: monusmarton)

Reblogged: budapestphotos

Posted: 3:48 PM


Spent the afternoon at the V&A Museum. This gorgeous creation, the Organza Origami dress by Lie Sang Bong, always caught my eye the past few months whenever I saw it in the Korea room. Today I finally took the time to sketch it.

(photo taken from the V&A website - so you can see how fucking perfect this dress is)

Reblogged: ricardobessa

Tags: art clothing
Posted: 2:43 PM


I want to live in this building

Reblogged: isoliness

Posted: 2:27 PM


Yesterday I visited the SA Museum’s amazing marine mammal facility at Bolivar. It’s where they clean and store the bones of whales, dolphins and other creatures - one of the largest Cetacean specimen collections in the world, I think. It was pretty overwhelming, an amazing opportunity! And hard not to just get boggled at the scale of everything… my project is about using specimens like these to think more about living whales, so this is really the first step. Here are some photos and drawings from the day, probably more to come soon!

Reblogged: whalewindows

Posted: 2:10 PM

Reblogged: 5-30am

18 April 14

Reblogged: oldandshabby

Tags: kitties
Posted: 3:12 PM

(Source: leah-erwen)

Reblogged: butane-kumquats

Posted: 12:05 PM


Taken from Homer’s Odyssey, 1966

Artwork by Vincent Hložník

via Book Graphics

Reblogged: c86

Tags: art mythology
Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh