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Marina, 17. Brazil. Interested in varied forms of art, lives for the contemplation of its beauty, ingenious execution, concept.
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All of this is purely a reflection of me.

bogleech:

florafaunagifs:

Leaf bug (Phyllium giganteum)

The constant wobbling as they move is a part of their disguise, making it seem as though the “leaf” is only moving because of a light breeze.

If you blow on one it will also shake around in the hopes of matching any actual surrounding leaves

(via realhumann)

(Source: waliszewska)

tierradentro:

“Portrait of the Duchess of La Salle”, 1925, Tamara de Lempicka.
#femaleportraits

tierradentro:

Portrait of the Duchess of La Salle”, 1925, Tamara de Lempicka.

#femaleportraits

im-happy-and-sad:

I found this picture when researching social anxiety and it just hit me. idk why but it’s so accurate and I love it so much. 

im-happy-and-sad:

I found this picture when researching social anxiety and it just hit me. idk why but it’s so accurate and I love it so much. 

rmanyc:

Mahakala
Maqagala (Mongolian)
Mongolia; early 20th century
Papier mâché
C2006.55.1 (HAR 65721)
Mahakala is one of the most important fierce protectors of Mongolian Buddhism. Like a number of the other masks displayed here, he is crowed with a diadem of five skulls. His wrathful character is heightened by the snake that winds around his topknot and by his three angrily bulging eyes.

rmanyc:

Mahakala

Maqagala (Mongolian)

Mongolia; early 20th century

Papier mâché

C2006.55.1 (HAR 65721)

Mahakala is one of the most important fierce protectors of Mongolian Buddhism. Like a number of the other masks displayed here, he is crowed with a diadem of five skulls. His wrathful character is heightened by the snake that winds around his topknot and by his three angrily bulging eyes.

gacougnol:

Jan CifraVietnam From “Fantasies Sea” 1956

gacougnol:

Jan Cifra
Vietnam
From “Fantasies Sea
1956

(via tierradentro)

marcomazzoni:

"Bad Trip" 2014, colored pencils and ink on moleskine paper, cm 26x21
for my solo “Dancing Collapse”, Thinkspace Gallery, November

marcomazzoni:

"Bad Trip" 2014, colored pencils and ink on moleskine paper, cm 26x21

for my solo “Dancing Collapse”, Thinkspace Gallery, November

Thomas Cooper Gotch

(Source: 2headedsnake, via villenoire)