1. jarretedeboire:

    Milt Kobayashi - Bar Seats

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  2. generic-art:

    Gabriel Cornelius von Max - Monkeys as Judges of Art, 1889

     
  3. beautyofb00ks:

    “Sleep is good, he said, And books are better.” ― George R.R. Martin

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  4. bookishbutch:

    my book plates:-)

    (Source: vintageanchorbooks)

     
  5. tamburina:

    Paul Delvaux, Solitude, 1956

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  6. zoomar:

    Are you abnormal?

    the-weird-wide-web:

    magictransistor:

    SubGenius

    Be filled with the unflinching light of J.R. “Bob’ Dobbs.

     
  7. red-lipstick:

    Franco Matticchio (b. 1957, Varese, Italy) - Black Cat Blues     Drawings: Ink

    (Source: theanimalarium.blogspot.com, via exitsmiling)

     
  8. (Source: smoo)

     
  9. casualoptimist:

    How the Literary Prize Winner is Chosen

    Tom Gauld gets to the heart of the matter once again. (Although if Edward St. Aubyn’s recent satire…

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  10. yourcatwasdelicious:

    willem frederik hermans

     
  11. pepperalley:

    The Beekeepers and The Birdnester, Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1568)

    (Source: themagicfarawayttree, via generic-art)

     
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    rorschachx:

    Great Blue Heron Glides | image by Aric Jaye

    These amazing birds are very common where I work along the James River.  I see them every day.  They sleep standing up in shallow water near the shore and make an awful noise if you disturb them.  Their wingspan seems to be about 2 meters.  They are built for fishing.

    I see them around the river, too!

     
  13. generic-art:

    Tristan Elwell

     
  14. empire-of-dust:

    Vincent Price

    by Charles Burns

     
  15. myampgoesto11:

    Sculptures by Dai Li

    Cerarmicist Dai Li was born in Sichauan, China in 1987 and now lives and works in Queensland.

    Between the years of 2005 and 2009 she attended the Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China and arrived in Australia in late 2009 after graduating from the Institute.

    The artist held her first solo exhibition Wonderland in mid 2010 and the same year had her work exhibited alongside other contemporary Queensland artists at the 2010 Melbourne Art Fair with the Heiser Gallery stand.

    Dai Li’s work has been curated in the exhibition Gaze: people, relationships and interiors, Redland Art Gallery (Dec 2010/Jan 2011) which featured the work of important and emerging female artists.

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