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Artist: Pixiv Id 2792857 

iceakito:

Artist: Pixiv Id 2792857 

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supersonicelectronic:

Jeremy Enecio.
“Adventure Time” by Jeremy Enecio.

supersonicelectronic:

Jeremy Enecio.

Adventure Time” by Jeremy Enecio.

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likeafieldmouse:

Mungo Thomson - Negative Space (2006)

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mccnshine:

Links for bored people. You’re welcome.

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sosuperawesome:

berk öztürk

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alizabith:

“This is the last twilight movie” robert pattinson whispers. he lifts his face towards the sky and raises his arms. he begins to float, over the buildings, through the clouds. he floats out of range of earth’s gravitational pull and begins to spin through the stars. he is free

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art-of-swords:

Swordsmiths forge “Spear of Longinus” from Evangelion anime

The replica of “Spear of Longinus” that appeared in “Neon Genesis Evangelion” anime has been forged. The sword/spear remained faithful in looks to the original and measures 3.3 m (over 10 feet).

The sword was forged by one smith, a master that’s been making swards for 40 years and it took him 6 months to make it. Also he used about 20 swords worth of steel to make the replica.

The sword display will be available to the public from July 2012 at the Bizen Osafune Setouchi City, Okayama Prefecture Museum of swords (Osafune). The former township of Osafune is best known as the home of some of the most skilled swordsmiths in Japanese history.

The Evangelion exhibit will run from July 14 to September 17. The same museum hosted an exhibit with the weapons and armor from the Sengoku Basara game last summer, and 20,000 visitors (mostly young people) visited.

Source: Asashi 

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mydarkenedeyes:

New work by Tran Nguyen & Stella Im Hultberg for the upcoming collaborative show Borrowed Memories. The exhibit will run from Sept 29th to Oct 20th. 

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