Ffo art : Strangely Romantic Drawings
This anonymous artist combines textbook science imagery with an Art Nouveau style with to achieve a strangely romantic look at the human form.
Ed and Lorraine Warrens Occult Museum
Houses over 50 years of haunted objects. The most famous of which is, Annabelle the Raggedy Ann Doll.
Yes, I have watched it & I liked it back in the day. Can’t believe it’s been so long…
Lake Mono, California. Marc Adamus with another epic photo. The photo gives of a surreal somewhat mysterious vibe as you look at the beautiful scenery of the Milky Way with a seemingly whirlpool-like phenomena occurring underneath. Shots like this I’m assuming, was done with relatively long exposure to create nice smokey looks in the water. Since rocks and the universe don’t really move (relatively speaking :P) they stay crystal sharp. It’s also pretty cool how there is light emanating from the horizon as a result of the sun’s rays getting reflected from the other side of the world.
Holy fuck, that is gorgeous
seize by jk3y
"The Patient" by Tool
thanks for the memories, 24.november 6, 2001 - july 14, 2014
Jack Bauer is officially the most tragic character ever. He lost almost everyone he ever cared about, all the women he loved died violently, and he met a terrible fate despite repeatedly saving the world.
Elaine Kruer was able to watch a mother carefully move her cubs to their den. The process was very special and a reminder of how gentle nature can be. “When her grip began to slip, rather than tighten her grasp, she would lay them down and use her paws to reposition them ever so carefully,” says Elaine. (source)
Hananuma Masakichi was a Japanese sculpture artist. Believing that he was dying from tuberculosis, Masakichi sculpted a life size statue of himself as a gift to the woman he loved, which was completed in 1885. The artist himself died 10 years later, in poverty aged 63.
The Masakichi statue is renowned for being nearly identical in appearance to its creator. Made of between 2000 and 5000 wooden strips (reports differ), it is connected only by dovetail joints, glue and wooden pegs. No joint is visible on the statue, and it is lacquered to show every detail of Masakichi, including muscle, bone and vein. The artist also manufactured anatomically correct glass eyeballs for the statue. Finally, individual holes were drilled in the statue to represent the pores of the skin, and the corresponding hair inserted.
The statue was later purchased by Robert Ripley in 1934, and was housed in his California Odditorium until his death in 1949. After Ripley’s death, the masterpiece toured various Odditoriums until it was stored in the Los Angeles Odditorium where it was damaged in the 1994 Northridge earthquake. The statue is currently awaiting restoration in Los Angleles Odditorium and a replica is in the London Odditorium.
[Many thanks to pikkonoloidlee for this beauty]