Video 19 Jul 88 notes

tasteforthetasteless:

Mario Ville (Kattaca)-

Text 19 Jul 1,136 notes

double-dingus said: I request a pokémon-shaming picture of clefairy, with the sign saying 'I killed a man, once.'

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Photo 19 Jul 20,305 notes

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Photo 19 Jul 643 notes print-52:

They All Want To Take From Me (Too Bad There is Nothing)
11”x14” Screen Print
Leslie Dorcus
(week 35 of 52)

print-52:

They All Want To Take From Me (Too Bad There is Nothing)

11”x14” Screen Print

Leslie Dorcus

(week 35 of 52)

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Photo 19 Jul 16,261 notes vintagegal:

Tattooed Lady photographed for National Geographic, 1931 (via)

vintagegal:

Tattooed Lady photographed for National Geographic, 1931 (via)

Photo 19 Jul 858 notes girlsinsuits:

Zenia Sevastyanova by Julien Vallon, French Revue.

girlsinsuits:

Zenia Sevastyanova by Julien Vallon, French Revue.

Photo 19 Jul 55 notes creepyartetc:

Artist: Toru Kamei
More creepy art

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Artist: Toru Kamei

More creepy art

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Photo 19 Jul 1,137 notes ianference:

So what happens when there’s a tiny hole in the roof of an insane asylum right above a patient’s bedframe?  By the end of wintertime, pretty much this.  Sadly, a month after this photograph was taken in 2008, the wards of Worcester State Hospital - which housed this room - were bulldozed.

ianference:

So what happens when there’s a tiny hole in the roof of an insane asylum right above a patient’s bedframe?  By the end of wintertime, pretty much this.  Sadly, a month after this photograph was taken in 2008, the wards of Worcester State Hospital - which housed this room - were bulldozed.

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Photo 19 Jul 2,513 notes bassiumortis:

The ouroboros is traditionally depicted as a serpent or dragon in the process of swallowing its own tail, resulting in the formation of a circle. Unsurprisingly the ouroboros is most often regarded as a symbol of infinity and renewal, though it is also widely interpreted to be demonstrating the principles of cyclical transformation and the creation of life through death. It has also been used as a symbol for totality, self-sufficiency, androgyny, mercury, and truth.

bassiumortis:

The ouroboros is traditionally depicted as a serpent or dragon in the process of swallowing its own tail, resulting in the formation of a circle. Unsurprisingly the ouroboros is most often regarded as a symbol of infinity and renewal, though it is also widely interpreted to be demonstrating the principles of cyclical transformation and the creation of life through death. It has also been used as a symbol for totality, self-sufficiency, androgyny, mercury, and truth.

Video 19 Jul 1,508 notes
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Text 19 Jul 963 notes

femmedetectives:

currently running on 0% sleep, 70% queer friendship, 30% vanity

Photo 19 Jul 116,989 notes moosekleenex:

Maxi dresses.

moosekleenex:

Maxi dresses.

Photo 19 Jul 23,612 notes kateordie:

emmyc:

Sunhat girl

I may never get over this

I really want this hat.

kateordie:

emmyc:

Sunhat girl

I may never get over this

I really want this hat.

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