Patty & Cocoa bread
Patty & Cocoa bread
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marmartas:

some eva angels
marmartas:

some eva angels
marmartas:

some eva angels
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uwagoto:

素敵なゲームです
uwagoto:

素敵なゲームです
uwagoto:

素敵なゲームです
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as-warm-as-choco:

Cowboy Bebop by Tsunenori Saito (斎藤 恒徳)
as-warm-as-choco:

Cowboy Bebop by Tsunenori Saito (斎藤 恒徳)
as-warm-as-choco:

Cowboy Bebop by Tsunenori Saito (斎藤 恒徳)
as-warm-as-choco:

Cowboy Bebop by Tsunenori Saito (斎藤 恒徳)
as-warm-as-choco:

Cowboy Bebop by Tsunenori Saito (斎藤 恒徳)
as-warm-as-choco:

Cowboy Bebop by Tsunenori Saito (斎藤 恒徳)
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ruinedchildhood:
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safelyendangered:

http://www.safelyendangered.com/comic/drawing/
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sassyrollerskatingshota:

sea you LATER! 
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skydollnoa:

Noa sketches
skydollnoa:

Noa sketches
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plumbat:

Nothin’ like enjoying what your own body can do. :)
plumbat:

Nothin’ like enjoying what your own body can do. :)
plumbat:

Nothin’ like enjoying what your own body can do. :)
plumbat:

Nothin’ like enjoying what your own body can do. :)
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burgergoddess:

F**k the system.
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"

1. Write apologies to your veins
for threatening them so often.

2. You have handprints
engraved in your stomach.

3. Your legs will never
stop shaking.

4. Your head will never
be silent.

"
Michelle K., From: Me, To: Me (via michellekpoems)
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clesktop:

emmadilemmathethird:

waltdisney-forever:

If only…

Why is the cake cutting-thingy square? And where’s the leftovers from the middle circle?

One of the pieces disappears?????
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theworstmobster:

It is physically impossible to dislike Karkat.
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Andy Goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy
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Details from the Gates of Hell by Rodin..Bronze doors originally commissioned for a new museum in Paris which never opened. Rodin worked on the 200 separate elements for almost 37 years. Planned on the characters of Dante’s The Divine Comedy, the finished piece became a more abstract work with many of Rodin’s popular motifs included amongst the tortured souls

Details from the Gates of Hell by Rodin..Bronze doors originally commissioned for a new museum in Paris which never opened. Rodin worked on the 200 separate elements for almost 37 years. Planned on the characters of Dante’s The Divine Comedy, the finished piece became a more abstract work with many of Rodin’s popular motifs included amongst the tortured souls

Details from the Gates of Hell by Rodin..Bronze doors originally commissioned for a new museum in Paris which never opened. Rodin worked on the 200 separate elements for almost 37 years. Planned on the characters of Dante’s The Divine Comedy, the finished piece became a more abstract work with many of Rodin’s popular motifs included amongst the tortured souls

Details from the Gates of Hell by Rodin..Bronze doors originally commissioned for a new museum in Paris which never opened. Rodin worked on the 200 separate elements for almost 37 years. Planned on the characters of Dante’s The Divine Comedy, the finished piece became a more abstract work with many of Rodin’s popular motifs included amongst the tortured souls

Details from the Gates of Hell by Rodin..Bronze doors originally commissioned for a new museum in Paris which never opened. Rodin worked on the 200 separate elements for almost 37 years. Planned on the characters of Dante’s The Divine Comedy, the finished piece became a more abstract work with many of Rodin’s popular motifs included amongst the tortured souls

Details from the Gates of Hell by Rodin..Bronze doors originally commissioned for a new museum in Paris which never opened. Rodin worked on the 200 separate elements for almost 37 years. Planned on the characters of Dante’s The Divine Comedy, the finished piece became a more abstract work with many of Rodin’s popular motifs included amongst the tortured souls

Details from the Gates of Hell by Rodin..Bronze doors originally commissioned for a new museum in Paris which never opened. Rodin worked on the 200 separate elements for almost 37 years. Planned on the characters of Dante’s The Divine Comedy, the finished piece became a more abstract work with many of Rodin’s popular motifs included amongst the tortured souls

Details from the Gates of Hell by Rodin..Bronze doors originally commissioned for a new museum in Paris which never opened. Rodin worked on the 200 separate elements for almost 37 years. Planned on the characters of Dante’s The Divine Comedy, the finished piece became a more abstract work with many of Rodin’s popular motifs included amongst the tortured souls