artmonia:

Some of the illustrations from Light Grey Art Lab’s Rolemodels exhibition. (Click on the images to see the artist’s names)

The Last of Us: American Dreams #1-4 by Julian Totino Tedesco

junjouprince:

what if rin was insecure about his sharp teeth when he was a little younger like maybe when he was in australia while his teeth were transforming to true shark form… i was just thinking about it because rei noticed they were sharp in the last episode…

junjouprince:

what if rin was insecure about his sharp teeth when he was a little younger like maybe when he was in australia while his teeth were transforming to true shark form… i was just thinking about it because rei noticed they were sharp in the last episode…

inkwings:

Jamie Mitchell Illustration

opheliaanachronism:

Marmite-sue:

Started adding some photos to http://instagram.com/marmitesue 

uneamiedelabc:

Art history meme | 5/5 movements

Art Nouveau 1890 - 1910
Gustav Klimt, Alphonse Mucha, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri Privat-Livemont, Ivan Bilibin, Jules Cheret, Eugène Grasset.

Two-dimensional Art Nouveau pieces were painted, drawn, and printed in popular forms such as advertisements, posters, labels, magazines, and the like. Japanese wood-block prints, with their curved lines, patterned surfaces, contrasting voids, and flatness of visual plane, also inspired Art Nouveau. Some line and curve patterns became graphic clichés that were later found in works of artists from many parts of the world. [x]

artforadults:

Lora Zombie | tumblr

Aerial | Baptise Debombourg.

Shattering glass flooding into a room of Brauweiler Abbey in Germany.

martinekenblog:

The Headington Shark is an unusual installation by sculptor John Buckley that features a shark crashing head-first through the roof of a home. Located at 2 New High Street in Headington, Oxford, England, the sculptural piece brings the comical fear of a Sharknado to life. Created in 1986 (long before the release of the Syfy television film) and renovated in 2007, the permanent installation still draws the entertained gaze of passersby.