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    veesdumpingrounds:

    small tutorial for newbies to anatomy :) hopefully this is understandable and helpful ! 

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    i-have-a-hunger:

    photostudy - for my bb rosie who creyd out for more spanking porn 

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    blue-voids:

Hermann Nitsch - Oedipus, 1990

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    Hermann Nitsch - Oedipus, 1990

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    artistresources:

    EXTREMELY IN-DEPTH GUIDES TO DRAWING DIFFERENT ETHNICITIES
    Part 1
    Part 2
    Part 3 

    Posted on: 7th November 2013 - 68,481 notesReblog

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Alan Foster, The Fall (detail)

    Alan Foster, The Fall (detail)

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    moshita:

    God of the Grove

    Hedi Xandt

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    Paper Art by Charles Clary

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    cleolinda:

lokisgift:

bigcrush:

Perfection. #GucciMagritte #Surrealness
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I HAVE NEVER REBLOGGED SOMETHING SO FAST IN MY LIFE

OH MY GOD

    cleolinda:

    lokisgift:

    bigcrush:

    Perfection. #GucciMagritte #Surrealness

    (via @rissahey)

    I HAVE NEVER REBLOGGED SOMETHING SO FAST IN MY LIFE

    OH MY GOD

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    gdxphoto:

    Parker Hurley turns his body into a canvas.

    [Click here] for the full editorial. 

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    pholinyoo:

    CΛRΛVΛGGIØ (1571-1610)

    VΛLΣNTINΣ DΣ BØULØGNΣ (1591-1632)

    ΛRTΣSMIΛ GΣNITILΣ$CHI (1593-1653)

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    ydalir:

    Alphonse Mucha | Polar Star, Moon, Evening Star

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    2headedsnake:

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Taya Strizhakova - Nils from Selma Lagerlöf’s "The Wonderful Adventures of Nils"

    2headedsnake:

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    Taya Strizhakova - Nils from Selma Lagerlöf’s "The Wonderful Adventures of Nils"

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    deflare:

teal-deer:

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thiefoworld:

Cihuamiztontli by =SaiyaGina

I love the inclusion of modern technology into the scene. It’s wonderful.

Yes, this is exactly what I’m trying to do with secret project number one.
Yes, perfect. Good.


sudden flashbacks to Everworld 

This is a thing that I’ve been dwelling on: the alternative development of aesthetics.
The short and sweet version is that we tend to associate certain patterns of clothing, decoration, and ritual with different kinds of behavior. It’s a worldwide thing, and mostly unconscious. Men around the world wear European suits when they’re doing business, unless they have a particular reason not to. Facial tattoos are for ‘primitive’ tribes and members of Western countercultures. Essentially the same furniture and building styles are seen throughout the wealthy parts of the world, and showing the different methods used by other cultures is meant to show how primitive they are.
This is all, of course, horseshit. Art, fashion, motifs—they’re all just the window-dressing of a culture, and say little about how advanced or worthwhile it is. The prevalence of European styles in architecture and clothing isn’t because they’re just better than the rest of the world’s styles, it’s because European culturally brutalized the rest of the world and other cultures had to change to blend in.
What if things had turned out differently? What if some culture had stood as another example of what could be? What if more and more advanced technology had been molded into those alternate aesthetics? What might the world have seen?
(Slightly tangentally: This is why I’m okay with Zecora in MLP. Her aesthetic is indicative that there are cultures in that world that haven’t been homogenized by imperialism. That seems like an excellent thing.)

    deflare:

    teal-deer:

    legacy-blog:

    tsisqua:

    thiefoworld:

    Cihuamiztontli by =SaiyaGina

    I love the inclusion of modern technology into the scene. It’s wonderful.

    Yes, this is exactly what I’m trying to do with secret project number one.

    Yes, perfect. Good.

    sudden flashbacks to Everworld 

    This is a thing that I’ve been dwelling on: the alternative development of aesthetics.

    The short and sweet version is that we tend to associate certain patterns of clothing, decoration, and ritual with different kinds of behavior. It’s a worldwide thing, and mostly unconscious. Men around the world wear European suits when they’re doing business, unless they have a particular reason not to. Facial tattoos are for ‘primitive’ tribes and members of Western countercultures. Essentially the same furniture and building styles are seen throughout the wealthy parts of the world, and showing the different methods used by other cultures is meant to show how primitive they are.

    This is all, of course, horseshit. Art, fashion, motifs—they’re all just the window-dressing of a culture, and say little about how advanced or worthwhile it is. The prevalence of European styles in architecture and clothing isn’t because they’re just better than the rest of the world’s styles, it’s because European culturally brutalized the rest of the world and other cultures had to change to blend in.

    What if things had turned out differently? What if some culture had stood as another example of what could be? What if more and more advanced technology had been molded into those alternate aesthetics? What might the world have seen?

    (Slightly tangentally: This is why I’m okay with Zecora in MLP. Her aesthetic is indicative that there are cultures in that world that haven’t been homogenized by imperialism. That seems like an excellent thing.)

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    Posted on: 21st May 2013 - 8,050 notesReblog

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    ceryneian-hind:


“O royal Hera, of majestic mien, aerial-formed, divine, Zeus’ blessed queen, throned in the bosom of cerulean air, the race of mortals is thy constant care. The cooling gales they power alone inspires, which nourish life, which every life desires. Mother of showers and winds, from thee alone, producing all things, mortal life is known: all natures share thy temperament divine, and universal sway alone is thine, with sounding blasts of wind, the swelling sea and rolling rivers roar when shook by thee. Come, blessed Goddess, famed almighty queen, with aspect kind, rejoicing and serene.”
-Orphic Hymn 16 to Hera

[Classic Mythology: Hera by HanieMohd]

    ceryneian-hind:

    “O royal Hera, of majestic mien, aerial-formed, divine, Zeus’ blessed queen, throned in the bosom of cerulean air, the race of mortals is thy constant care. The cooling gales they power alone inspires, which nourish life, which every life desires. Mother of showers and winds, from thee alone, producing all things, mortal life is known: all natures share thy temperament divine, and universal sway alone is thine, with sounding blasts of wind, the swelling sea and rolling rivers roar when shook by thee. Come, blessed Goddess, famed almighty queen, with aspect kind, rejoicing and serene.”

    -Orphic Hymn 16 to Hera

    [Classic Mythology: Hera by HanieMohd]

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    Posted on: 4th May 2013 - 185 notesReblog

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