Swansea
Swansea
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neil-gaiman:

travisellisor:

Death’s Trophy Wall by Sam Kieth

I love Sam.
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turecepcja:

Illustrations by Yuko Shimizu  an award-winning Japanese illustrator based in New York City.
Her first monograph which includes works from past ten years of her career was published from Gestalten in 2011. Her fist children’s book Barbed Wire Baseball is due to be out in spring of 2013 from Abrams Books.
turecepcja:

Illustrations by Yuko Shimizu  an award-winning Japanese illustrator based in New York City.
Her first monograph which includes works from past ten years of her career was published from Gestalten in 2011. Her fist children’s book Barbed Wire Baseball is due to be out in spring of 2013 from Abrams Books.
turecepcja:

Illustrations by Yuko Shimizu  an award-winning Japanese illustrator based in New York City.
Her first monograph which includes works from past ten years of her career was published from Gestalten in 2011. Her fist children’s book Barbed Wire Baseball is due to be out in spring of 2013 from Abrams Books.
turecepcja:

Illustrations by Yuko Shimizu  an award-winning Japanese illustrator based in New York City.
Her first monograph which includes works from past ten years of her career was published from Gestalten in 2011. Her fist children’s book Barbed Wire Baseball is due to be out in spring of 2013 from Abrams Books.
turecepcja:

Illustrations by Yuko Shimizu  an award-winning Japanese illustrator based in New York City.
Her first monograph which includes works from past ten years of her career was published from Gestalten in 2011. Her fist children’s book Barbed Wire Baseball is due to be out in spring of 2013 from Abrams Books.
turecepcja:

Illustrations by Yuko Shimizu  an award-winning Japanese illustrator based in New York City.
Her first monograph which includes works from past ten years of her career was published from Gestalten in 2011. Her fist children’s book Barbed Wire Baseball is due to be out in spring of 2013 from Abrams Books.
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think-progress:

“I saw that they had practically cut me in half. So it was pretty mind-blowing.”
Model slams swimsuit company for photoshopping her to look skinnier.
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earthandanimals:


Deer by Ashwini Paithankar
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trevsplace:

Sandman vol. 1 no. 1"Sleep of the Just”January, 1989Sam Kieth and Mike DringenbergInk on boardEarlier this year, San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum featured a Sandman exhibit. While that exhibit has run its due course, there’s always something worth checking out there, so be sure to add it to your itinerary should you happen to be in the area. The Sandman exhibit may have come and gone, but it’s forever preserved (or at least until my hard drive dies) in the form of digital iPhoto album. I have the gal at the museum’s reception desk, who was kind enough to allow me to take non-flash photography photos, to thank for that. I’ll pay her kindness forward by sharing a few select photos I took while there - but not all-at-once. Where’s the fun in that? I’ll start this ball rolling with a photo of Sandman vol. 1, number 1, page 1.
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centuriespast:

REYNOLDS, Sir JoshuaCupid Untying the Zone of Venus1788Oil on canvas, 128 x 101 cmThe Hermitage, St. Petersburg
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the-cinder-fields:

Artist :Zdislav Beksinski, 1982
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fer1972:

Illustrations by Slawomir Chrystow
fer1972:

Illustrations by Slawomir Chrystow
fer1972:

Illustrations by Slawomir Chrystow
fer1972:

Illustrations by Slawomir Chrystow
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tomy103:

猫専用かまくら!
tomy103:

猫専用かまくら!
Album Art
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dadsamoviecritic:

Visual scene from ‘Steamboat Bill Jr.’ starring Buster Keaton.  To dispel some myths:  this was done in one take and it IS Buster Keaton standing there when the facade falls down through him.  No… it is not a figment of ‘movie magic. In fact, many stage hands after measuring and calculating where Mr. Keaton should stand, actually left the lot, as that they were afraid that their measurements might be off.  The window opening brushed Keaton with 2 inches to spare on both sides.  Gutsy move, if I do say so myself     
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spookytanuki:

I installed this little fucker on every computer I could get my hands on when I was a kid. I loved him. He told jokes, sang songs, and he’d read anything you wanted him to out loud with his robot voice.
Every once in a while, he’d ask to be sent to some kind of jungle school where he could learn new jokes and songs, but it cost real money, and I wouldn’t have dared to ask my mom for virtual monkey jungle school tuition. She hated him from day one. I don’t know why. He’d just pop up and try to sing to her when she was reading her Christian Evangelist chain mail in Outlook.
Turns out, he was adware all along, and was apparently selling my web browsing info to shady companies in secret. He eventually got caught, and I think they euthanized him. He never really loved me, I know. But I still love him. If I knew anything about programming, I’d resurrect him somehow without the spyware. He could be rehabilitated. I know he could.