"Eve" by Nell Brinkley, 1931

"Eve" by Nell Brinkley, 1931

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moebius

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leseanthomas:

OMFG. THIS. SHOW.

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daily sketch 240 rouge

daily sketch 240 rouge

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nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys.

Did not see that ending coming. lol

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zaflikescreepydolls:

Ryan: “Vindictive is a synonym for ‘awesome’ right?”

#manic pixie dream journalist

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il-tenore-regina:

vivelareine:

—Marie Antoinette (2006)

 Just so everyone is clear, the handsome Black man tutoring Marie Antoinette is Joseph Boulogne, classical musician extraordinaire whose work influenced Mozart’s. This has been your Western music history tidbit of the day. Adieu! 

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psychotic-hell:

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This is beautiful

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This is beautiful

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utena meme - one of six side characters: kanae ohtori

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officialstevenstone:

Backside - William J Sullivan Feat. Dan Avidan

(You can thank and-its-name-shall-be-weeaboo for finding this incredible song, check out their blog for me!)

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ArtistWilliam J Sullivan Feat. Dan Avidan
TitleBackside
greg-pak:

Happy Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Art by the great @dylanhorrocks - hicksvillecomics.com

greg-pak:

Happy Birthday, Jack Kirby.

Art by the great @dylanhorrocks - hicksvillecomics.com

archiemcphee:

Today we join the Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders in astonishment at the golden mesh marvel that is the cocoon of the Urodidae moth. Also known as “false burnet moths,” these small to medium sized moths spend their pupal stage in unusual and incredibly beautiful open-mesh cocoons, which are sometimes suspended on a very long thread below a leaf.

"This type of cocoon is known as a "open-network cocoon" and is unlike other cocoons in that it doesn’t completely enclose the pupa in silk. Instead, it only partially surrounds it, likely enabling better airflow to control for humidity and may help prevent fungi from growing on, and eventually killing, the pupa. This cocoon very likely belongs to a moth in the family Urodidae, which is known for making this type of lattice-structured cocoon surrounding its pupa."

Click here to watch a video about these amazing structures.

Photos by Jeff Cremer, click here to view more.

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daily sketch 239 vivian

daily sketch 239 vivian