I just hope I didn't brain my damage

May 17

omgnarwhal:

OMG Narwhal mascot

omgnarwhal:

OMG Narwhal mascot

omgnarwhal:

See it with your own eyes!
Narwhals in the kitchen, washing their dishes!
Narwhals are people too!

omgnarwhal:

See it with your own eyes!

Narwhals in the kitchen, washing their dishes!

Narwhals are people too!

omgnarwhal:

Witness a feat like no other!
Narwhals in glasses, doing their taxes!
Narwhals are people too!

omgnarwhal:

Witness a feat like no other!

Narwhals in glasses, doing their taxes!

Narwhals are people too!

Feb 24

morbokat:

Bronze Helmet, Gallery of Greece on Flickr.
Taken at the Gallery of Greece of the Royal Ontario Museum. Bronze Helmet, Corinthian type. 7th century BC, reportedly found at Corinth.

morbokat:

Bronze Helmet, Gallery of Greece on Flickr.

Taken at the Gallery of Greece of the Royal Ontario Museum.

Bronze Helmet, Corinthian type. 7th century BC, reportedly found at Corinth.

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“In the end, only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.” — Buddhist Saying  (via ckgarden)

(Source: thelenaubr, via ccchroniccc)

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Feb 15


viα hadrian6: Heraldic Lion. crest of Carrado Caputo of  Antioch. Florence. Italy.

viα hadrian6Heraldic Lion. crest of Carrado Caputo of  Antioch. Florence. Italy.

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eastafricaart:

‘Inside the Museum of African Art,’ Wosene Kosrof, 1990
Gallery label:
This painting was created after Wosene Kosrof’s visit to the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum of African Art in Washington, D.C. The multitude of images that fill the canvas are influenced by the diversity of the museum’s collection and by the artist’s Ethiopian heritage.
The three arches at the top of the painting represent the entrance to the museum. The plant to the upper left is the tree outside of the building but it also represents the Tree of Life that Wosene often saw in early Ethiopian Christian art. Below and to the right of the tree is a rectangular area of bold colors and a striped design reminiscent of kente cloth from Ghana. In the middle is a prominent mask image originating from Central Africa. It is the most realistic and bold image in the painting because it is a welcoming piece to the Museum of African Art, which was memorable for the artist.
Amharic writing, an Ethiopian language, is included throughout the painting. The black lettering around the central mask spells out “Africa,” while another phrase, “the African spirit,” is found elsewhere. The painting is organized into vertical segments. This arrangement comes from the Ethiopian tradition of using long goatskin religious scrolls.

eastafricaart:

‘Inside the Museum of African Art,’ Wosene Kosrof, 1990

Gallery label:

This painting was created after Wosene Kosrof’s visit to the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum of African Art in Washington, D.C. The multitude of images that fill the canvas are influenced by the diversity of the museum’s collection and by the artist’s Ethiopian heritage.

The three arches at the top of the painting represent the entrance to the museum. The plant to the upper left is the tree outside of the building but it also represents the Tree of Life that Wosene often saw in early Ethiopian Christian art. Below and to the right of the tree is a rectangular area of bold colors and a striped design reminiscent of kente cloth from Ghana. In the middle is a prominent mask image originating from Central Africa. It is the most realistic and bold image in the painting because it is a welcoming piece to the Museum of African Art, which was memorable for the artist.

Amharic writing, an Ethiopian language, is included throughout the painting. The black lettering around the central mask spells out “Africa,” while another phrase, “the African spirit,” is found elsewhere. The painting is organized into vertical segments. This arrangement comes from the Ethiopian tradition of using long goatskin religious scrolls.

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chandeliercreative:

a rothko valentine

chandeliercreative:

a rothko valentine

pulecenella:

Man dining,
George Pierre Seurat,
1884

pulecenella:

Man dining,

George Pierre Seurat,

1884

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colchrishadfield:

Look to the horizon to see how thin Earth’s atmosphere truly is.

colchrishadfield:

Look to the horizon to see how thin Earth’s atmosphere truly is.