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The Soul Surgeon

Jul 29 '14

archiemcphee:

These tentacular Octopus and Giant Squid tables are the work of San Francisco-based bronze sculptor Kirk McGuire. The beautiful bronze cephalopods are so lifelike, we wouldn’t be surprised if you felt phantom tentacles tickling your ankles while sitting at either of these tables.

Visit Kirk McGuire’s website to check out his standalone bronze sculptures and more of his awesome undersea animal tables.

[via Neatorama]

Jul 28 '14
Jul 28 '14
prinnay:

~Arc en Celia~

prinnay:

~Arc en Celia~

Jul 27 '14

whoops

xhaztol-fr:

my stylus slipped

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YOU ARE A TEASE! YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELF YOUNG MAN LEADING US BY THE NOSE LIKE THIS!

Jul 27 '14
starpatches:

character doodles for a picture book project that i still don’t have a clue what i’m doing with

starpatches:

character doodles for a picture book project that i still don’t have a clue what i’m doing with

Jul 26 '14
Jul 25 '14
Jul 25 '14

ambrister:

its-tuesday-again:

WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH STRAIGHT BOYS

I AM DEAD

Jul 24 '14

charminglyantiquated:

a little love story about mermaids and tattoos

Jul 24 '14
thefabulousweirdtrotters:

A RARE ART NOUVEAU “BUTTERFLIES AND BATS” POCKETWATCH, BY RENE LALIQUE Of gilt-finished jeweled lever movement, the openface pocketwatch of circular outline with blued-steel moon-style hands and applied black enameled Arabic numerals, against the gold ground accented by blue and white enameled fluttering butterflies, within a polished gold case, the reverse depicting numerous flying purplish blue enameled bats, with scattered moonstone accents, further embellished by a sculpted gold serpent bow, circa 1899-1900, with French export marks.

thefabulousweirdtrotters:

A RARE ART NOUVEAU “BUTTERFLIES AND BATS” POCKETWATCH, BY RENE LALIQUE 
Of gilt-finished jeweled lever movement, the openface pocketwatch of circular outline with blued-steel moon-style hands and applied black enameled Arabic numerals, against the gold ground accented by blue and white enameled fluttering butterflies, within a polished gold case, the reverse depicting numerous flying purplish blue enameled bats, with scattered moonstone accents, further embellished by a sculpted gold serpent bow, circa 1899-1900, with French export marks.