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napoleonbonerhard:

napoleonbonerhard:

napoleonbonerhard:

wait are girls not supposed to sit with their legs wide open and since when

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i’ve been thinking about that response for a few hours

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iheartmyart:

The optical toy, phenakistoscope, was invented by Joseph Plateau in 1841.

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martinekenblog:

Back in May a couple of friends in Japan started a new project called rrrrrrrroll, using photography to explore beautifully minimalist animations based on objects and people turning on a single axis. (via)

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museumuesum:

Claude Monet

Water Lilies, 1906

Oil on canvas, 34 1/2 x 36 1/2 inches (87.6 x 92.7 cm)

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antonio mele

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Tadao Cern. Comfort Zone, 2013.

Artist statement:

I spent this summer on various beaches taking pictures of strangers in their ‘Comfort Zone’. These photos are not staged and every single detail in them tells us a different story about ourselves. 

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sentives:

Egon Schiele, The Dancer Moa

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by Jane Kratochvil

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malekkleston:

IF U EVER FEEL SAD REMEMBER THERE IS A FLOWER CALLED HANGING NAKED MEN AND IT LITERALLY LOOKS LIKE PURPLE MEN WITH THEIR DICKS OUT

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ISNT NATURE WONDERFUL

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wear-some-flowers:

Lou Reed in Andy Warhol’s Silver Factory, 1966.

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bryankonietzko:

The carrot spirit and his little tea-serving radish spirit buddy, both designed by Christie Tseng and colored by Sylvia Filcak-Blackwolf, are two of my favorites from Korra “Beginnings Part 1.” I didn’t have a ton of time to pull together a costume this year, so I got a store-bought one and painted the eyes and root-stache on in acrylic, and then made the little guy out of craft supplies and a pumpkin stem. I had a great time as usual at the Nickelodeon Halloween party, but I still had some work emails to answer in the middle of it. Photos by my wife Lisa and me.