From Russia With Love’s Rosa Klebb brandishes a shoe with a retractable stiletto blade and puffer-fish poison to induce death in 12 seconds.

From Russia With Love’s Rosa Klebb brandishes a shoe with a retractable stiletto blade and puffer-fish poison to induce death in 12 seconds.

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stephaniepepper:

A little project I made for my portfolio about plants/gardens in temporary places. 

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Storyboards from Mulan by Chris Sanders

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a-new-kind-of-barometer:

Alphonse Mucha

"At the turn of the 20th century he ruled everything - from architecture through furniture to fashion and biscuit stickers.  This ‘brushwork’ is connected with the name Alphonse Mucha, thanks to whom Art Nouveau is still alive today." - Ivan Lendl: Alphonse Mucha

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Aaaaugh…….I had to share this. I had to share this!

Source: Artist Pixiv

Hah!

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gdfalksen:

Dripping or Gabala - vessel made from a human skull used for ritual purposes in both Hindu and Buddhist tantra in. In Tibet, they are often richly decorated with gold, silver and precious stones.
Tantric ceremonies bowl of skulls filled with wine, symbolizing the blood, and were brought deities. In Buddhist temples Kapali are usually covered with a bronze stand and bronze.

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fotojournalismus:

A fortune teller displays her cards in Jemaa el Fna square in Marrakesh, Morocco, June 1971.
Photograph by Thomas J. Abercrombie, National Geographic
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fotojournalismus:

A fortune teller displays her cards in Jemaa el Fna square in Marrakesh, Morocco, June 1971.

Photograph by Thomas J. Abercrombie, National Geographic

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fotojournalismus:

Lalibela, Ethiopia
Kazuyoshi Nomachi

fotojournalismus:

Lalibela, Ethiopia

Kazuyoshi Nomachi

fotojournalismus:

Tibet

Kazuyoshi Nomachi

Absolutely gorgeous.

…I giggled.

Don’t judge.

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frufrou:

an extremely emotional tale told entirely in screeches and grunts

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……… where in the world could I find that shirt online to buy? Seriously.

……… where in the world could I find that shirt online to buy? Seriously.

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I post about ships/couples I like and then ten seconds later find out at least one of the tags is in an all out shipping war. It’s… amusing? I’ve never read or have witnessed anything like what’s going before.

Drama dodging, that’s what has happened over the years why I haven’t heard of something like this. Or… lack of caring. And that Kill la Kill is the first anime I’ve watched all the way through since… Gurren Lagaan? Speed Grapher?

That was like… 2005, 2006?