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Sep 22 '14

amrc-art:

Cyclical
2014 
Pen and ink/digital colors 

As promised, here is my illustration concepts homework/detail shots!

Sep 22 '14

kinglamp:

iamthelamp:

warpedlamp:

lampghost:

short people are the cutest thing ever

I hate to interrupt but I noticed you have a lamp url.

I have a lamp url myself.

I too have a lamp url.

You’re probably wondering why I have gathered you all here today…

Sep 22 '14

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Sep 22 '14

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Sep 22 '14
  • person: but what if your parents had aborted YOU
  • me: well okay for starters i wouldn't have been forced to hear that stupid ass comment you just made
Sep 17 '14
tsuthetiger:

the fuck outta here

tsuthetiger:

the fuck outta here

(Fuente: clupster)

Sep 17 '14
itscarororo:

adoot doot doot doot… wheee!

itscarororo:

adoot doot doot doot… wheee!

(Fuente: awwww-cute)

Sep 17 '14

senjukannon:

Illustrations of surgical instruments by Nicolas-Henri Jacob for Jean-Baptiste Marc Bourgery, who in 1830

“began work on Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme comprenant la médecine operatoire, a masterpiece on human anatomy that was published in eight volumes.

Bourgery worked on the atlas until his death in 1849, with the last volume being published posthumously. The finished work contained 2108 pages of folio-sized text and 726 hand-colored lithographs. The illustrative work was performed by Nicolas-Henri Jacob (1782–1871), who was a student of famed painter Jacques-Louis David (1748–1825).

"The first five volumes of Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme dealt with descriptive anatomy; volumes six and seven covered surgical anatomy; and the last volume discussed general and philosophical anatomy. It is considered to be one of the most comprehensive and beautifully illustrated anatomical works ever published.”

Sep 17 '14

marieannelise:

When there’s too much shit you need to get done at once

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Sep 17 '14

Zarathustra the cat with his life size portrait by Claude Monet.

Zarathustra the cat with his life size portrait by Claude Monet.

(Fuente: fatcatartru)

Sep 14 '14

loki-laufysbum:

balloonpony:

tyleroakley:

peterfromtexas:

Next time you go walking around barefoot in the water…

NOPE

No worries, that’s a Bobbit Worm. They live on the ocean floor, and unless you’re able to withstand a ton of pressure, you likely wouldn’t have your toesies nipped off by one since they live deeper than people walk on the ocean floor.

Bobbit Worms are kinda cool. And they were named after Laurena Bobbit, who cut off her abusive husband’s penis and threw it out of her car window as she drove off.

Wait.

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Sep 8 '14

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Sep 5 '14

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