betype:

Ghosts of Technology
Submitted by mamihlapinatapai-s

betype:

Ghosts of Technology

Submitted by mamihlapinatapai-s

todisappe4r:

cangrejo-azul:

Devuelvo la vida a uno de los mejores gifs que hay<33
Perder a una mujer puede ser tan fácil.

:(((((((((((((((((((((

todisappe4r:

cangrejo-azul:

Devuelvo la vida a uno de los mejores gifs que hay<33

Perder a una mujer puede ser tan fácil.

:(((((((((((((((((((((

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“Heirloom” Pop-Up Art Book by Alison Ann Woodward unfolds piece by piece to reveal the anatomy of a white horned creature.

This is absolutely amazing.

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caitibug757:

Artichoke poster. (2011)
Watercolor
Gouache

caitibug757:

Artichoke poster. (2011)

Watercolor

Gouache

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lovequotesrus:

EVERYTHING LOVE

True story.

lovequotesrus:

EVERYTHING LOVE

True story.

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homeintheforest:

P1010218 by pboehi on Flickr.

homeintheforest:

P1010218 by pboehi on Flickr.

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ryandonato:

Jessica Drenk is able to compose nature-like objects out of everyday, manufactured material. Implements is series of sculptures made entirely out of anywhere between 1,200-4,000 pencils. After being glued together Jessica applies a belt sander among other power tools before finishing each piece by hand. Her interests in archaeology, paleontology, biology, botany, and geology are highlighted in her sculptures. 

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fuckyeahbookarts:

sweetvisage:

Whilst searching through my family archives, I stumbled across my great aunt Anita’s rather beautiful burial instructions.

(This is an extract from the book I’m currently working on called ‘The Flight of the Rooks: Portraits of my Family’. I plan on uploading some further excerpts from it by early February, but in the meantime, this is why I haven’t been updating FYBA as much as usual- apologies!) 

Turisas, Gojira, and Cradle of Filth — February is shaping up to be a good month.

rcruzniemiec:

Evolution Patrick Gries

“This project offers an atypical approach to viewing natural science. The photo series of Paris’ Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle’s collections of vertebrates presents these skeletons as sculptures and forces us to reconsider the boundaries between artistic and scientific objects.” 

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Good lord.

feel better! :)
Thanks, guys!
stewcraven replied to your post:I never get sick. Why am I sick. What is this…
weakness. drink guinness
Hahaha, I’ll get right on that.

I never get sick.

Why am I sick.

What is this bullfuckery.

heysimba:



I think a bird fell in the snow and then walked away. I think.



Nope. A chipmunk&#8217;s stroll had an unexpected ending.

heysimba:

I think a bird fell in the snow and then walked away. I think.

Nope. A chipmunk’s stroll had an unexpected ending.

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