spidersanctuary:

Fenrus, Erasmus and Smokey caught sleeping in a pile! I’m so happy. This is exactly what I’d longed for when the cute photos of rats pile-cuddling on Tumblr became too much and I resolved to get a pile of my own.

(via little-squish)

untrustyou:

Филби’s

(Source: y5724, via kg47)

quagmath:

George Washingtoad was a Toad in The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! in The Koopas Are Coming! The Koopas Are Coming!. Mario, Luigi, Princess Toadstool and Toad helped him fight King Koopa and his Koopa Troop. He is a general for the thirteen Mushroom Colonies.
He is an obvious spoof of George Washington, the revolutionary war general and first president of the United States of America. Also, unlike all the Toads in the cartoon, he has hair and a nose.

quagmath:

George Washingtoad was a Toad in The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! in The Koopas Are Coming! The Koopas Are Coming!. Mario, Luigi, Princess Toadstool and Toad helped him fight King Koopa and his Koopa Troop. He is a general for the thirteen Mushroom Colonies.

He is an obvious spoof of George Washington, the revolutionary war general and first president of the United States of America. Also, unlike all the Toads in the cartoon, he has hair and a nose.

(via catbountry)

magictransistor:

Victor Moscoso, Neon Rose #25: Joint Show Poster, San Francisco, CA, 1967.

magictransistor:

Victor Moscoso, Neon Rose #25: Joint Show Poster, San Francisco, CA, 1967.

arsvitaest:

Henry Moore, A Tilbury Shelter Scene, 1941Ink, watercolor, crayon and gouache on paperTate
In his capacity as a war artist, Moore was given access to London’s public shelters. Though he concentrated on underground stations, he did make drawings of other shelters, including a vast area in the basement of a warehouse in Tilbury.

arsvitaest:

Henry Moore, A Tilbury Shelter Scene, 1941
Ink, watercolor, crayon and gouache on paper
Tate

In his capacity as a war artist, Moore was given access to London’s public shelters. Though he concentrated on underground stations, he did make drawings of other shelters, including a vast area in the basement of a warehouse in Tilbury.

arsvitaest:

Henry Moore, Woman Seated in the Underground, 1941Ink, watercolor, crayon and gouache on paperTate

arsvitaest:

Henry Moore, Woman Seated in the Underground, 1941
Ink, watercolor, crayon and gouache on paper
Tate

arsvitaest:

Pavel Tchelitchew, Portrait of Jacques Stettiner, 1927, gouache and sand on paper

arsvitaest:

Pavel Tchelitchew, Portrait of Jacques Stettiner, 1927, gouache and sand on paper

magictransistor:

Nigel Henderson. Head of a Man. 1956.

magictransistor:

Nigel Henderson. Head of a Man. 1956.

jesusarnau:

The rite of spring
Jesús Arnau. 2013. Acrylic
http://jesusarnau.tumblr.com/

jesusarnau:

The rite of spring

Jesús Arnau. 2013. Acrylic

http://jesusarnau.tumblr.com/

(via aleatoryalarmalligator)

magictransistor:

Citipati

The Citipati or “Lords of the Cemetery” are mythological Buddhist ascetics, who were so deep in meditation, they were caught unawares by a thief and beheaded even before they knew they were dead. Symbolically, the Citipati represent the eternal dance of death, and perfect awareness. They are usually depicted as a male/female pair of skeletons intertwined in an ecstatic dance. The dance of the Citipati is commemorated twice annually in Tibet with ritual ceremony believed to ward off evil spirits. The Citipati invoked as ‘wrathful deities,’ benevolent protectors who appear as fierce beings with a demonic appearance. 

(via senedjem)

ghosttthead:

For some reason, I wasn’t able to submit in time this drawing for tinyteepee. So here it is. The word was KNIGHT.

ghosttthead:

For some reason, I wasn’t able to submit in time this drawing for tinyteepee. So here it is. The word was KNIGHT.

askepticaldesigner:

(via ARTS & CRAFTS #336)
mapsontheweb:

Map of Holy Roman Empire in 1789. 17 years before it was dismantled by Napoleon and the French.

mapsontheweb:

Map of Holy Roman Empire in 1789. 17 years before it was dismantled by Napoleon and the French.

(Source: commons.wikimedia.org)