It's a Beautiful Thing
From the city of mirages

© everlark

mcmaneco:

-Oh, Marceline, Why are you so mean?
-I’m not mean, I’m a thousand years old, and I just lost track of my moral code.

mcmaneco:

-Oh, Marceline, Why are you so mean?

-I’m not mean, I’m a thousand years old, and I just lost track of my moral code.



theinfinityblog:

If you don’t like Groot we probably can’t be friends.

theinfinityblog:

If you don’t like Groot we probably can’t be friends.



alessiapelonzi:

Do you remember my Hannibal - Bloodless Edition for Season 1?Here’s the sequel. I know it’s a silly thing, but I had to draw it. 
Now you can prepare yourself gradually for this wonderful show!
Please, don’t repost! Just reblog, thanks! :)

alessiapelonzi:

Do you remember my Hannibal - Bloodless Edition for Season 1?
Here’s the sequel. I know it’s a silly thing, but I had to draw it. 

Now you can prepare yourself gradually for this wonderful show!

Please, don’t repost! Just reblog, thanks! :)





levitating-fox:

Look at how far we’ve come…



backstoryradio:

Lantern slides showing movie theater etiquette and announcements, circa 1912.

 Excellent podcast etiquette for today as well, IOHO. Please, applaud with hands only as you listen to our latest

All images via Library of Congress.



ancientart:

Etruscan urns, 3rd/ 2nd centuries BCE.

A distinctive burial form developed by the Etruscans was the practice of placing a reclining effigy/effigies of the deceased on the lid of the urn, which contained their ashes. Often such urns would reflect the Etruscan love of banqueting, which they liked to envision themselves doing in their afterlife.

I am uncertain of the original location of the 1st urn, however, the 2nd was found at the Hypogeum of the women of the Velimna family, and the third, the Hypogeum of the Rafi family.

Aertefacts courtesy of the National Archaeological Museum of Perugia. Photos by Dan Diffendale: 1, 2 & 3



lntruding:

"BDSM is basically legal abu-"

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"anyone who likes BDSM is misogynisti-"
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theartofanimation:

Kevin Tong



sixpenceee:

Anatomically correct vascular systems made from blown glass by Gary Baslow.