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"Corazon" - Watercolor, Ink - by aztlanean

"Corazon" - Watercolor, Ink - by aztlanean

— 12 hours ago
#watercolor  #ink  #painting  #johnny perez  #art  #emo  #pain  #love 

thecyberwolf:

Fantasy Illustrations

Artist: David Demaret (Moonxels)

Find this Artist on DeviantArt - CGSociety - Blogspot - Facebook

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More Arts from this artist on my Tumblr HERE

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— 12 hours ago with 459 notes

destroycomics:

Paul Pope has something up his sleeve with this lovely couple.

Rocket Raccoon created by Bill Mantlo and Keith Giffen

Groot created by Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers

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julydogs:

Faust (1926) F.W. Murnau  Cinematographer: Carl Hoffman

Watch it.

(via steinerfrommars)

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jakeekiss:

HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAAAHAHHAHA…. owww…. I made myself sad…

jakeekiss:

HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAAAHAHHAHA…. owww…. I made myself sad…

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kellysue:

BITCH PLANET #2story: KELLY SUE DeCONNICKart / cover: VALENTINE DE LANDRO JANUARY 14 / 32 PAGES / FC / M / $3.50Now framed for murder INSIDE the prison, Kam is offered leniency if she’ll train her crew for a death sport bout against a visiting team of male prisoners. From 2014 Best Writer Eisner nominee KELLY SUE DeCONNICK (PRETTY DEADLY, Captain Marvel) and VALENTINE DeLANDRO (X-Factor) with colorist CRIS PETER (CASANOVA).

kellysue:

BITCH PLANET #2
story: KELLY SUE DeCONNICK
art / cover: VALENTINE DE LANDRO 
JANUARY 14 / 32 PAGES / FC / M / $3.50


Now framed for murder INSIDE the prison, Kam is offered leniency if she’ll train her crew for a death sport bout against a visiting team of male prisoners. From 2014 Best Writer Eisner nominee KELLY SUE DeCONNICK (PRETTY DEADLY, Captain Marvel) and VALENTINE DeLANDRO (X-Factor) with colorist CRIS PETER (CASANOVA).

— 16 hours ago with 224 notes

pensacosi:

How to make comics

My first vine

LMAO YES

(Source: vine.co, via steinerfrommars)

— 16 hours ago with 58892 notes

theoddcollection:

sixpenceee:

The Art of Omar Rayyan

Mom it followed me home, can I keep it?

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Mexican skeleton comb
Width : 2 1/8 inch Height : 4 1/2 inch Depth : 1/8 inch
Carved out of horn, this comb with a skeleton is representative of the Mexican “calaveras” made during All Souls’ Day in Mexico.
Late 20th
Source: http://www.creative-museum.com/en/content/mexican-skeleton-comb

SOUTH AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA

Wtf evenYa ni chingan

Do these people own a map? Like..

Oh my god, this must be a sensitive topic with you guys? I think the museums website is well aware that Mexico is not in South America. ITS A CATEGORY. like “ok this is where we put stuff from Mexico and South America”. that’s how I understand it and that’s why I didn’t chance it.

Even if it is a category, it doesn’t make sense. Mexico is a part of North America and should categorized as such. Grouping it with South America is like grouping Egypt with Asia; there may be similar cultures, but it doesn’t mean it should be in the same category.

Maybe it just looks more like the other combs from South America than like the others from North America. Maybe it’s nothing but a comb-thing :D

maybe who cares, they said the thing was mexican already.

AMEN

Who cares? Omg they said the thing was mexican already? This is some ignorant shit. It doesn’t look like a north american comb? Well it is a north american comb. So therefore it does look like a north american comb. Jesus fucking shit

Tumblr. What r u doing. Tumblr, stahp.

theoddcollection:

sandypantz:

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qsy-complains-a-lot:

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drunkensloth:

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drunkensloth:

m-e-s-t-i-z-a:

ilianation:

theoddcollection:

Mexican skeleton comb

Width : 2 1/8 inch
Height : 4 1/2 inch
Depth : 1/8 inch

Carved out of horn, this comb with a skeleton is representative of the Mexican “calaveras” made during All Souls’ Day in Mexico.

Late 20th

Source: http://www.creative-museum.com/en/content/mexican-skeleton-comb

SOUTH AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA

Wtf even
Ya ni chingan

Do these people own a map? Like..

Oh my god, this must be a sensitive topic with you guys?
I think the museums website is well aware that Mexico is not in South America. ITS A CATEGORY. like “ok this is where we put stuff from Mexico and South America”. that’s how I understand it and that’s why I didn’t chance it.

Even if it is a category, it doesn’t make sense. Mexico is a part of North America and should categorized as such. Grouping it with South America is like grouping Egypt with Asia; there may be similar cultures, but it doesn’t mean it should be in the same category.

Maybe it just looks more like the other combs from South America than like the others from North America. Maybe it’s nothing but a comb-thing :D

maybe who cares, they said the thing was mexican already.

AMEN

Who cares? Omg they said the thing was mexican already? This is some ignorant shit. It doesn’t look like a north american comb? Well it is a north american comb. So therefore it does look like a north american comb. Jesus fucking shit

Tumblr. What r u doing. Tumblr, stahp.

— 1 day ago with 677 notes