moleskinelovers:

〜bones, body parts, hands & gyrl….and so on!!??….LOL (◎_◎;)
..„by Willard Herman for Stone In Your Shoe Comics!!??

moleskinelovers:

〜bones, body parts, hands & gyrl….and so on!!??….LOL (◎_◎;)

..„by Willard Herman for Stone In Your Shoe Comics!!??

ronulicny:

“Nancy, Danville, Virgina”, 1969
 By: EMMET GOWIN….

ronulicny:

Nancy, Danville, Virgina”, 1969

 By: EMMET GOWIN….

thebonafidebonafide:

The Cuevas de la Araña (known in English as the Araña Caves or the Spider Caves) are a group of caves in the municipality of Bicorp in Valencia, eastern Spain. The caves are in the valley of the river Escalona and were used by prehistoric people who left rock art. They are known for painted images of a bow and arrow goat hunt and for a scene depicting an androgynous figure, sometimes called the “Man of Bicorp”, climbing lianas and gathering honey from wild bees.

The dating of such art is controversial, but the famous honey-gathering painting is believed to be epipaleolithic and is estimated to be around 8000 years old.

The caves were discovered in the early twentieth century by a local teacher, Jaime Garí i Poch. They are included in the World Heritage Site Rock art of the Iberian Mediterranean Basin.

thebonafidebonafide:

The Cuevas de la Araña (known in English as the Araña Caves or the Spider Caves) are a group of caves in the municipality of Bicorp in Valencia, eastern Spain. The caves are in the valley of the river Escalona and were used by prehistoric people who left rock art. They are known for painted images of a bow and arrow goat hunt and for a scene depicting an androgynous figure, sometimes called the “Man of Bicorp”, climbing lianas and gathering honey from wild bees.

The dating of such art is controversial, but the famous honey-gathering painting is believed to be epipaleolithic and is estimated to be around 8000 years old.

The caves were discovered in the early twentieth century by a local teacher, Jaime Garí i Poch. They are included in the World Heritage Site Rock art of the Iberian Mediterranean Basin.

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tucec9:

Dorothea Tanning.    Tango,  1953.

tucec9:

Dorothea Tanning. Tango, 1953.

(Source: a-femmefatalist)

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chaambler:

ROY LICHTENSTEIN Seascape (I), from New York Ten, 1964

chaambler:

ROY LICHTENSTEIN
Seascape (I), from New York Ten, 1964

(Source: charlieambler, via visimoth)

consultingmoosecaptain:

dalekitsune:

the phrase “curiosity killed the cat” is actually not the full phrase it actually is “curiosity killed the cat but satisfaction brought it back” so don’t let anyone tell you not to be a curious little baby okay go and be interested in the world uwu

See also:

Blood is thicker than water The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb.

Meaning that relationships formed by choice are stronger than those formed by birth.

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ororororog:

wolf and rabbit
my hometown is very quiet and abundant natural surroundings.

ororororog:

wolf and rabbit

my hometown is very quiet and abundant natural surroundings.

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artmagnifique:

VINCENT VAN GOGH. Bowl with Peonies and Roses, 1886, oil on canvas.

artmagnifique:

VINCENT VAN GOGH. Bowl with Peonies and Roses, 1886, oil on canvas.

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moleskinelovers:

Artist: Steven Celiceo
Tumblr: stupidsketch.tumblr.com

moleskinelovers:

Artist: Steven Celiceo

Tumblr: stupidsketch.tumblr.com