magictransistor:

Ralph Eugene Meatyard. Ambrose Bierce. 1964.

magictransistor:

Ralph Eugene Meatyard. Ambrose Bierce. 1964.

(via hilatron)



abystle:


Divina Commedia: Dante and Virgil climb down on Lucifer, f. 47,


c.1380 to 1385. Pierpont Morgan Library MS M.676 or M.0676 , New York, New York, United States. Vellum, 36 x 26.5 cm.

abystle:

Divina Commedia: Dante and Virgil climb down on Lucifer, f. 47,
c.1380 to 1385. Pierpont Morgan Library MS M.676 or M.0676 , New York, New York, United States. Vellum, 36 x 26.5 cm.

(via goddessoftheblackcoast)


#tbt that time Jack Kirby drew the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

#tbt that time Jack Kirby drew the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles



Detail of Rocket & Groot with better lighting.

Detail of Rocket & Groot with better lighting.


Final commission for @jjmackie: Rocket Raccoon & Groot

Final commission for @jjmackie: Rocket Raccoon & Groot


#wcw If you aren’t following @radtodeath and @americandirtbag I don’t know what to do for ya, sucka.

#wcw If you aren’t following @radtodeath and @americandirtbag I don’t know what to do for ya, sucka.


likeafieldmouse:

Kohei Yoshiyuki - The Park

"Taken in Tokyo’s Shinjuku, Yoyogi and Aoyama parks during the 1970s, Yoshiyuki used a 35mm camera, infrared film and flash to document the people who gathered there at night for clandestine trysts, as well as the many spectators lurking in the bushes who watched—and sometimes participated in—these couplings.

With their raw, snapshot-like quality, these images not only uncover the hidden sexual exploits of their subjects but also serve as a chronicle of a Japan we rarely see; as Martin Parr wrote, The Park is ‘a brilliant piece of social documentation, capturing perfectly the loneliness, sadness and desperation that so often accompany sexual or human relationships in a metropolis like Tokyo.’”

(via museume)