12th July 2014

Photo reblogged from contra natura. with 213 notes

sovietpostcards:

Медвежонок с куклой-неваляшкой (1970) (by katya.)

sovietpostcards:

Медвежонок с куклой-неваляшкой (1970) (by katya.)

Source: Flickr / apple_min

12th July 2014

Photo reblogged from OPEN THE DOOR with 97 notes

taxidermy-in-art:

ANTHONY SONNENBERG
Beauty is not Benign (bear) 2010 Hand cut brass sheeting, brass piping, bear skin rug

taxidermy-in-art:

ANTHONY SONNENBERG

Beauty is not Benign (bear) 2010 Hand cut brass sheeting, brass piping, bear skin rug

Source: taxidermy-in-art

4th June 2014

Photo reblogged from Asiulek scribblzzz with 960 notes

purenonsens:

Lineart (original work, on paper) for this illustration.

purenonsens:

Lineart (original work, on paper) for this illustration.

4th June 2014

Photo reblogged from AsapSCIENCE with 1,681 notes

earthlynation:

Located in Ethiopia’s low-lying Danakil Depression, the volcano’s lava is a normal orange-red colour, but it looks blue at night because of escaping sulphuric gases burning.
Photographed by Olivier Grunewald without filters or digital enhancement, the electric blue flames aren’t visible until dusk - and because the gases can be deadly, he could only get close enough to photograph the lava when the wind was blowing away from him, New Scientistreports.
Grunewald does wear a gas mask while working, but the fumes from a similar blue volcano in Indonesia still left him with peeling skin and clothes that smelt of rotten egg for weeks.
But the result is worth it. As Grunewald tells New Scientist: “The phenomenon is so uncommon – we really feel like we are on another planet.”

earthlynation:

Located in Ethiopia’s low-lying Danakil Depression, the volcano’s lava is a normal orange-red colour, but it looks blue at night because of escaping sulphuric gases burning.

Photographed by Olivier Grunewald without filters or digital enhancement, the electric blue flames aren’t visible until dusk - and because the gases can be deadly, he could only get close enough to photograph the lava when the wind was blowing away from him, New Scientistreports.

Grunewald does wear a gas mask while working, but the fumes from a similar blue volcano in Indonesia still left him with peeling skin and clothes that smelt of rotten egg for weeks.

But the result is worth it. As Grunewald tells New Scientist: “The phenomenon is so uncommon – we really feel like we are on another planet.”

Source: sciencealert.com.au

31st May 2014

Photo reblogged from proposal of darkness with 892 notes

katepulley:

Artist: Vojtěch Preissig (Czech, 1873-1944)
"The Seven Ravens"
Etching
1903

katepulley:

Artist: Vojtěch Preissig (Czech, 1873-1944)

"The Seven Ravens"

Etching

1903

Source: Wikipedia

31st May 2014

Photo reblogged from proposal of darkness with 376 notes

Source: johnnythehorse

31st May 2014

Photo reblogged from proposal of darkness with 12,441 notes

Source: talentismoreerotic-whenitswasted

31st May 2014

Photo reblogged from (courier5) with 150 notes

transylmania:

Det rusler og tusler rasler og tasler, 1900 (Creepy, Crawly, Rustling, Bustling)

transylmania:

Det rusler og tusler rasler og tasler, 1900 (Creepy, Crawly, Rustling, Bustling)

Source: transylmania

31st May 2014

Photoset reblogged from 2headedsnake with 583 notes

2headedsnake:

Duncan Anderson

11th May 2014

Photoset reblogged from megrart with 8,284 notes

theartofanimation:

Niroot Puttapipat

Source: theartofanimation