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twinkle-twinkle-little-fuck:

group projects when no one knows what they’re doing

image

dorkly:

Xbox Live Demands

sassy-gay-justice:

prguitarman:

This must be a really long battle if Ash had to change from Gen 1 clothes to Gen 3 clothes

Beyonce’s Elemental Type: Fierce

(Source: sheegahnissuhyo)

fucktonofanatomyreferences:


A relatively adequate fuck-ton of dragon references. (This contains several types of dragons; this is mainly for inspiration in recognizing the flexibility with creating dragons.)

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shaqthatguy:

enitsircbby:

ladyinterior:

Artist Hikaru Cho Takes Part in the Amnesty International’s Global Campaign “My Body My Rights”

this fucked me up.

Fuck yeah that’s cool

josiahfiles:

(CROWD CHANTING)  DUNK! DUNK! DUNK! DUNK!
going to try to have a small zines worth of these and these for mocca!

josiahfiles:

(CROWD CHANTING)  DUNK! DUNK! DUNK! DUNK!

going to try to have a small zines worth of these and these for mocca!

archivemod:

hiddleshabanera:

RAJEWEL'SPOKEMON ART APPRECIATION POST (╯)╯☆.。.:*・°

Bonus: image 

WOAH

mizenscen:

Eve’s Rib

sassy-gay-justice:

0hhgodpleaseshutup:

I FOUND IT. I FOUND MY FAVORITE THING ON THE INTERNET.

FIERCE.

(Source: copano)

art-of-swords:

Saber with Scabbard

  • Dated: circa 1856
  • Culture: British
  • Classification: Swords

Presentation sword given to Captain H.J. Hartstene. Later on it was donated to the Metropolitan Museum as a gift of Mrs. M.A. Hartstene, in memory of her husband - Captain H.J. Hartstene, U.S.N., in 1899.

Source: Copyright 2014 © Metropolitan Museum of Art

medievalpoc:

1800s Week!

Ferdinand Max Bredt

A Courtyard in Tunis

Germany (c. 1890s)

Oil on Canvas, 78 x 118 cm.

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moonlight-umbreon:

げっこうポケモン

moonlight-umbreon:

げっこうポケモン

crane-n-cygnus:

omg yes reference

crane-n-cygnus:

omg yes reference

(Source: wasteoftimeofmine)

ourafrica:

starbucks (@starbucks) logo traces roots back to Africa.

Info via citizins (@citizins) 

When you see that Starbucks logo, you probably think the same thing as me: “There’s that ‘smiling mermaid’ logo, there must be some good, but overpriced, coffee nearby”. Well what isn’t known to the world is that this is a picture of Yemaya, also know through out West Africa and the Caribbean as Yemoja,Yemowo, Mami Wata, Janaína, LaSiren (in Vodou) is an Orisha – said to be a Goddess of the traditional Yoruba religion that was brought by the enslaved Africans of what is now Nigeria to the west. She is the patron of women, in particular, pregnant women. When slaves were transported across the ocean, it was said to be Yemaya who protected them on their journey and kept them safe. She is kind and giving. She takes a long time to anger but when she does, watch out, you have a hurricane on your hands. She is said to be the “mother whose children number as the fish in the sea” and that is why she is presented as a two-tailed mermaid.Yemaya is said to bring forth and protect life through all the highs and lows, even during the worst atrocities that can be suffered. She reminds women to take time out for themselves, to nurture their own needs and to respect their deserved position in life.

Happy Black History month everyone!

(Source: ourafrica)