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likeafieldmouse:

Whitney Bedford - Selections from the Shipwreck series

— 2 hours ago with 1110 notes
free-parking:

Wang Tzu-Ting, Big wind 2, acrylic and pencil on canvas, 2010

free-parking:

Wang Tzu-TingBig wind 2, acrylic and pencil on canvas, 2010

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— 13 hours ago with 1062 notes
vagabondedlife:


René Magritte , Les Amants / The Lovers. Original etching, 1928.

vagabondedlife:

René Magritte , Les Amants / The Lovers. Original etching, 1928.

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— 13 hours ago with 6934 notes
dethpsun:

I got postcards printed. Get them here.

dethpsun:

I got postcards printed. Get them here.

— 1 day ago with 144 notes
nemfrog:

Plate V. Total solar eclipse, July 29th, 1878. Published in 1887.

nemfrog:

Plate V. Total solar eclipse, July 29th, 1878. Published in 1887.

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— 1 day ago with 423 notes

pixography:

Salvador Dali ~ Illustrations for Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland”, 1969

  1. Down the Rabbit Hole
  2. Alice Frontispiece
  3. The Pool of Tears
  4. A Caucus Race and a Long Tale
  5. The Rabbit Sends in a Little Bill
  6. Advice From a Caterpillar
  7. The Mad Tea Party
  8. The Queen’s Croquet Ground
  9. Alice’s Evidence
  10. The Mock Turtle’s Story
— 3 days ago with 1032 notes
jjeanes:

White Scarab Beetle (Cyphochilus insulanus, Melolonthinae)
This is an illustration I made as a gift for my dad’s birthday, which was yesterday. 
This illustration was based off of the fantastic photos of John Horstman, a.k.a. Sinobug (on tumblr) and itchydogimages on Flickr. If you haven’t seen his insect photography you really need to go take a look right now. It’s amazing!

jjeanes:

White Scarab Beetle (Cyphochilus insulanus, Melolonthinae)

This is an illustration I made as a gift for my dad’s birthday, which was yesterday. 

This illustration was based off of the fantastic photos of John Horstman, a.k.a. Sinobug (on tumblr) and itchydogimages on Flickr. If you haven’t seen his insect photography you really need to go take a look right now. It’s amazing!

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— 3 days ago with 60 notes