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5th August 2014

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lushieldave:

大威徳明王騎牛像|奈良国立博物館

lushieldave:

大威徳明王騎牛像|奈良国立博物館

4th August 2014

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4th August 2014

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alexanderheir:

The Tattooed Man I & II, The Tattooed Woman I & II
Limited edition signed and numbered screen prints now available from Sacred Bones.

1st August 2014

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30th July 2014

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mysticplaces:

The mid-century home of C. Carl Jennings, Blacksmith (part 01)

photos by Darren Bradley

30th July 2014

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mysticplaces:

The mid-century home of C. Carl Jennings, Blacksmith (part 02)

photos by Darren Bradley

30th July 2014

Photoset reblogged from Mystic Places with 270 notes

mysticplaces:

houses at the Bambu Indah hotel, Bali

30th July 2014

Photoset reblogged from Mystic Places with 3,769 notes

mysticplaces:

abandoned greenhouse | Belgium

photography by Martino Zegwaard

30th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Magic Transistor on Tumblr with 331 notes

magictransistor:

Bust of Tutankhamun Found in His Tomb, 1922. 
The head of Tutankhamun emerging from a child lotus flower evocation of the permanent regeneration of the King. The tomb of Tutankhamun (1340-1331 BC) was discovered by Howard Carter in November of 1922. The Pharaoh died at age 19, his mummy was layed in a coffin of solid gold, placed inside two wood coffins. These three coffins were in a sarcophagus with a lid of quartzite red granite. Around the sarcophagus, fit together into each other, 4 chapels of gilded wood which fully occupied the sarcophagus chamber.

magictransistor:

Bust of Tutankhamun Found in His Tomb, 1922. 

The head of Tutankhamun emerging from a child lotus flower evocation of the permanent regeneration of the King. The tomb of Tutankhamun (1340-1331 BC) was discovered by Howard Carter in November of 1922. The Pharaoh died at age 19, his mummy was layed in a coffin of solid gold, placed inside two wood coffins. These three coffins were in a sarcophagus with a lid of quartzite red granite. Around the sarcophagus, fit together into each other, 4 chapels of gilded wood which fully occupied the sarcophagus chamber.

27th July 2014

Photoset reblogged from PAN Kurios! Temple Ov Arts with 71 notes

pankurios-templeovarts:

Painter and architect of his own temple (museum) - Robert Tatin (1883-1983). Thx goes to Gorettmisstag.

27th July 2014

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wolftea:

My own homemade curio vials and domes. 

25th July 2014

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carrefouretrange:

my scan of the French mag Pigalle présente French-cancan #3, 1950 éditions du Trapèze. Photographer uncredited.

carrefouretrange:

my scan of the French mag Pigalle présente French-cancan #3, 1950 éditions du Trapèze. Photographer uncredited.

25th July 2014

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carrefouretrange:

Postcards scans : Université de Paris - Palais de la Découverte.
- Structure mosaïque d’un cristal de chlorure de sodium observé au microscope électronique Grossissement 23000 (C.Sella)
- Surface canal engendrée par une sphère de rayon constant dont le lieu du centre est une hélice circulaire (Salle des mathématiques)

carrefouretrange:

Postcards scans : Université de Paris - Palais de la Découverte.

- Structure mosaïque d’un cristal de chlorure de sodium observé au microscope électronique Grossissement 23000 (C.Sella)

- Surface canal engendrée par une sphère de rayon constant dont le lieu du centre est une hélice circulaire (Salle des mathématiques)

23rd July 2014

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zondvloed:

Mongolian shaman, early 1900’s. 

zondvloed:

Mongolian shaman, early 1900’s. 

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22nd July 2014

Photoset reblogged from PUTITOVIDI with 2,095 notes

Artworks by Mr. Zarono. Inspired by the genius of H. P. Lovecraft, especially his Cthulhu-Myth. 

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