hellabutts:

nocogsorwheels:

e-m-e-t-t:

Red? I think it’s red. 

I basically did this once and it’s how I got pink eye.

I can’t tell if you’re making a pun or if you’re telling an actual story.

Either way, I’m still laughing.

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nataliakoptseva:

Klimt, Gustav

The Bride

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oodmoriarty:

SIR PATRICK STEWART’S CLASSY ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE x

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whore-for-couture:

mulberry-cookies:

Valentino Spring 2012 Couture 

Haute Couture blog :)

A winter in Saint Petersburg" Vogue Italy July 2006

Famous for its scenery, cinematography, and near complete lack of special effects (almost exclusively used simply to remove bystanders from shots), The Fall was filmed over a period of four years in over twenty countries, including India, Namibia, South Africa, Italy, and Indonesia. One review said, “See it for no other reason than because it exists. There will never be another like it.”

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Vangelis Kyris, “Slave” from Sins (2005)

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baroqueart:

Eugenia Martínez Vallejo, clothed by Juan Carreño de Miranda

Date: 1680

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asylum-art:

shocking content !

Shen Shaomin’s Beautiful And Terrifying Bone Sculptures

Bones automatically insinuate death, and often are the only physical remnant that insinuates life once existed. Shen Shaomin‘s bone works are equal parts terrifying and fascinating, man-made memorials to human intervention on the planet. Creatures that never have been or should be are pieced together from human and animal skeletons. The bones are carved and relief-carved with text taken from several sources, including the Bible, the Koran, and various sources. Inscribed in English, Arabic, and Chinese, the texts serve as warnings to the two largest industrial nations in the world of the damage being caused to the planet.

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actegratuit:

Hope Gangloff

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emmahyphenjane:

321. Cathédrale de Chartres.

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