Photo 20 Sep 208 notes fairy-wren:

(via Broad-billed Motmot by Juan Carlos Vindas / 500px)
Photo 20 Sep 233 notes aesza:


Alphonse Mucha Woman in the wilderness

aesza:

Alphonse Mucha
Woman in the wilderness

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Photo 20 Sep 213 notes

(Source: myinnerlandscape)

Video 20 Sep 546 notes

magictransistor:

Zacharias Heyns. Emblemata. 1625.

Text 18 Sep 2 notes

redqueenwildboy:

The Questionable Content comic becomes halfway bearable if you run with the headcannon that it depicts the fantasies of two or three 13-year-old children who are trying to imagine what their adulthood will be like.

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Photo 18 Sep 12 notes redqueenwildboy:

Going to take in some culture…

Yaaay!

redqueenwildboy:

Going to take in some culture…

Yaaay!

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Video 18 Sep 1 note

Found this little beast on the way to work this morning. Can anyone identify it?

Text 17 Sep 10 notes

Does anyone else feel like they have a complete historical blind spot when it comes to the 18th Century? I mean, I may be a medievalist at heart, but I’m usually able to name at least a few monarchs or major events for periods outside of that. When it comes to the 18th Century, I know that the Restoration happened shortly before it, and the French Revolution some time towards the end. Anything in between is just funny hair, pirates, and possibly some maths, no matter what I read to the contrary.

Photo 16 Sep 314 notes wetreesinart:

Max Ernst (All.-Fr., 1891-1976), Forêt, 1925, frottage

wetreesinart:

Max Ernst (All.-Fr., 1891-1976), Forêt, 1925, frottage

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Video 16 Sep 200 notes

lazy-painting:

Derelict Quarry. Nightscape.


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