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~ Tuesday, September 2 ~
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c0ssette:

Ludwig II by Gabriel Schachinger,1887. Detail.

c0ssette:

Ludwig II by Gabriel Schachinger,1887. Detail.


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barachan:

so moon crisis is over, and it was an amazing success! i’m so proud i was able to be a part of it; seeing so many different interpretations of sailor moon and knowing everyone else there grew up loving the series at the same time i did was an incredible experience. thank you very much to everyone who supported the show, both in person and online!!

here’s the full image post for my “tantibus” piece, which i started almost a year ago (!) and took 4 months to finish. LOTS of you have been asking for prints online, so i’ve finally set it up at both society6 and redbubble. i’ll have signed prints available at AWA later this month, and in my storenvy sometime in october


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kimimisstuff:

Quite possibly the greatest title screen of all time.
More info on this PS1 “game” will be on my blog in about a week :)

kimimisstuff:

Quite possibly the greatest title screen of all time.

More info on this PS1 “game” will be on my blog in about a week :)


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art-of-swords:

Rapier Hilts

Photo #1

  • Dated: circa 1580
  • Culture: Italian
  • Maker: Francesco Duri
  • Measurements: overall length 121 cm; blade length: 105 cm; weight: 1700 g

Photo #2

  • Dated: 1610
  • Culture: German (Dresden; blade probably Solingen)
  • Measurements: overall length 119 cm; blade length: 101 cm; weight: 1430 g

Photo #3

  • Dated: 1575
  • Culture: Austrian
  • Maker Pery Juan Pockh (Goldsmith)
  • Measurements: overall length 120.6 cm; blade length: 104.3 cm; weight: 1280 g

Photo #4

  • Dated: early 17th century
  • Culture: probably German (Munich)
  • Maker(s): Daniel Sadeler (cutler), Egidius Sedeler; Etienne Delaune
  • Measurements: overall length 118 cm; blade length: 102 cm; weight 1200 g

Source: Copyright © 2014 Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden


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thesnobreport:

Le Mont Saint Michel

thesnobreport:

Le Mont Saint Michel


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jahjoma:

andromeda, oil on canvas, 50x50cm, 2013

jahjoma:

andromeda, oil on canvas, 50x50cm, 2013


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