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23rd August 2014

Photo reblogged from Leaves and Pumpkins with 1,758 notes

leavesandpumpkins:

the-se4sons:

Follow my blog for more autumn on your dash♥

Want more autumn beauty on your dash? Follow leavesandpumpkins

leavesandpumpkins:

the-se4sons:

Follow my blog for more autumn on your dash♥

Want more autumn beauty on your dash? Follow leavesandpumpkins

Tagged: inspiration

Source: eclypxe



18th August 2014

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seldaran:

really gotta learn to SOURCE STUFF GUYS

Tattoo Artist Kazuaki Kitamura, alias Horitomo

Tagged: inspiration

Source: irerisitahiri



16th August 2014

Photo reblogged from The Empress Of Mars. with 47 notes

leprincelointain:

Carlos Schwabe (1866-1926), L’Art et l’Idée.

leprincelointain:

Carlos Schwabe (1866-1926), L’Art et l’Idée.

Tagged: inspirationI adore Schwabe's Death And The Gravedigger painting; maybe I can make a piece to embody it one of these days

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13th August 2014

Photo reblogged from swagmeat with 95,760 notes

omgplants:

b-n-s-i:

雪柳

Tiny bonsai like this is literal plant magic. I swear.

omgplants:

b-n-s-i:

雪柳

Tiny bonsai like this is literal plant magic. I swear.

Tagged: inspiration

Source: b-n-s-i



13th August 2014

Photoset reblogged from Sexy Keepers of Death with 415 notes

unexplained-events:

On 18 April, 1943, four boys (Robert Hart, Thomas Willetts, Bob Farmer and Fred Payne) from Stourbridge were poaching in Hagley Woods near to Wychbury Hill when they came across a large Wych Hazel, a tree often confused by local residents with a Wych Elm.Believing this a good place to hunt birds’ nests, Farmer attempted to climb the tree to investigate. As he was climbing, he glanced down into the hollow trunk and discovered a skull, believing it to be that of an animal. However, after seeing human hair and teeth, he realized that he was holding a human skull. As they were on the land illegally, Farmer put the skull back and all four boys returned home without mentioning their discovery to anybody.

On returning home the youngest of the boys, Tommy Willetts, felt uneasy about what he had witnessed and decided to report the find to his parents. When police checked the trunk of the tree they found an almost complete human skeleton, a shoe, a gold wedding ring, and some fragments of clothing. After further investigation, a severed hand was found buried in the ground near to the tree.

The body was sent for forensic examination by Prof. James Webster. He quickly established that the skeleton was female and had been dead for at least 18 months, placing her time of death around October 1941. He found taffeta in her mouth, suggesting that she had died from asphyxiation. From the measurement of the trunk he also deduced that she must have been placed there “still warm” after the killing as she could not have fit once rigor mortis had taken hold.
Since the woman’s killing was in the midst of World War II, identification was seriously hampered. Police could tell from items found with the body what the woman had looked like but with so many people being reported missing during the war, and people regularly moving, the records were too vast for a proper identification to take place. The current location of her skeleton is unknown.
In 1944 the first graffiti message related to the mystery appeared on a wall in Upper Dean Street, Birmingham, reading Who put Bella down the Wych Elm - Hagley Wood

Tagged: inspiration



5th August 2014

Link reblogged from Star Shepherd Creations with 2 notes

malcondenver :: Myths and Legends Home →

On the weekend of August 8-10, I’ll be selling at Myths And Legends Con!

Want to see all Star Shepherd Creations events?  Check out my calendar!

Tagged: DenverDenver EventsMALCon 2014Myths And Legends Con 2014Events



3rd August 2014

Photoset reblogged from Pumpkin Spice & Everything Spooky with 57 notes

Crimson Peak art gallery from SDCC 14

Tagged: inspiration

Source: emlary



3rd August 2014

Photoset reblogged from Jescissa with 29,248 notes

thingsamylikes:

ccchristyfung:

Sailor moon collection II

Pixiv id : sizh 

All right, I’ll put aside my Mucha fanart moratorium, cuz these are really lovely.

Tagged: inspiration

Source: ccchristyfung



2nd August 2014

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I didn’t mean to be up all night making a Dire Ravenstag and a Kappa, but I don’t regret it.  (The Kappa is the size of my thumb.)If they don’t sell at THE TIME TRAVELLER’S CIRCUS which just so happens to be today and would be a really awesome event to go to if you can get to Colorado Springs, I should be able to post them in my Etsy shop  on Monday.  I will also be selling at Myths And Legends Con next weekend, but I can make more if they sell on Etsy.  :)

I didn’t mean to be up all night making a Dire Ravenstag and a Kappa, but I don’t regret it.  (The Kappa is the size of my thumb.)

If they don’t sell at THE TIME TRAVELLER’S CIRCUS which just so happens to be today and would be a really awesome event to go to if you can get to Colorado Springs, I should be able to post them in my Etsy shop  on Monday.  I will also be selling at Myths And Legends Con next weekend, but I can make more if they sell on Etsy.  :)

Tagged: gallerygallery: sculpturekappadire ravenstaghannibal



31st July 2014

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malcondenver :: Myths and Legends Home →

On the weekend of August 8-10, I’ll be selling at Myths And Legends Con!

Want to see all Star Shepherd Creations events?  Check out my calendar!

Tagged: DenverDenver EventsMALCon 2014Myths And Legends Con 2014events

Source: malcondenver.com