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Thirty Knives

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when you separate an entwined particle and you move both parts away from the other, even at opposite ends of the universe, if you alter or affect one, the other will be identically altered or affected.

spooky.

(Source: spookyhairedsif, via gothiccharmschool)

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barfbarfbarf:

Bone crown
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barfbarfbarf:

Bone crown

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Pixar’s 22 rules to phenomenal storytelling (click in the pictures to zoom)

(Source: mickeyandcompany, via incognitiously)

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motherfuckingshakespeare:

akafoxxcub:

the best is when you’re reminded that “nothing” is elizabethan slang for female genitals, so shakespeare literally titled his play

much ado about pussy

Ah, Shakespeare. Such fine and serious art. So serious.

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teeething:

Season of the W!tch. i will stop posting WIPs and start posting finished work never apparently LEL
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teeething:

Season of the W!tch. i will stop posting WIPs and start posting finished work never apparently LEL

(via pyrrhics)

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contemporaryartsgallery:

Charmaine Olivia - Amara
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contemporaryartsgallery:

Charmaine Olivia - Amara

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wolftea:

Rosemary roots and skulls
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wolftea:

Rosemary roots and skulls

(via ourdeathandourdeeds)

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blackhistoryalbum:

Ms. Poppins | The Black Victorians | 1890s
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blackhistoryalbum:

Ms. Poppins | The Black Victorians | 1890s

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dracmakens:

wherbeckiv:

dragonsandbeasties:

#sculptober : Candy. 

Candy corn rats! :D

dracmakens

Awww so cute!!

(via der-tod-ist-ein-dandy)

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laurenkcannon:

Carmilla.  Just in time for Halloween. 
Done for a workshop in issue 102 of ImagineFX on how to paint unusual portraits.
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laurenkcannon:

Carmilla.  Just in time for Halloween. 

Done for a workshop in issue 102 of ImagineFX on how to paint unusual portraits.

(via der-tod-ist-ein-dandy)

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blackhistoryalbum:

VINTAGE VAMP | 1920—- Josephine Baker, Paris, 1920s
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blackhistoryalbum:

VINTAGE VAMP | 1920

—- Josephine Baker, Paris, 1920s

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Strange Empire (X)
"The traditional western story had an emotionally satisfying narrative drive – it was about people moving forward, establishing order and believing, benignly, in a bright future. It was male-centric. This isn’t that. It’s a trad western turned on its head, in a way. It’s the western epic from a contemporary female perspective. The nuances are very different from the tradition – it touches on the right to violence by women, women in the traditional social order and the blunt reality of the Old West. As such it is refreshingly well-written, engrossing and oddly relevant to today." (X)

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lliminal:

Today’s daily #tarot card reading: the six of wands (the wands continue to demand to be heard), the most welcome card I’ve seen in a while.
"If you’re not reveling in the joy of success already, you will be soon. A card of victory, of rising up against the odds. The obstacles have been relentless, but now is not the time to look back upon them."

This is such a beautiful deck.
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lliminal:

Today’s daily #tarot card reading: the six of wands (the wands continue to demand to be heard), the most welcome card I’ve seen in a while.

"If you’re not reveling in the joy of success already, you will be soon. A card of victory, of rising up against the odds. The obstacles have been relentless, but now is not the time to look back upon them."

This is such a beautiful deck.

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Rina Takeda [x]

(Source: 0ci0, via pinholeyourlife)

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