1. nomalez:

    Sandora Ruiz (Art By Sandora) and her comic art.

    [FRA] Je l’ai découverte il y a quelques jours car elle avait “liké” certains de mes posts sur instagram. En allant sur son profile j’ai vu qu’elle dessinait quelques toiles. Certaines sont à vendre si ça vous intéresse.

    [ENG] I discovered her a few days ago because she liked some of my posts on instagram. By going to her profile I saw that she drew some paintings. Some are for sale if you’re interested.

    Follow “Art By Sandora” on the web: Facebook / Instagram .

    My Links(follow me): Art / illustration / Marvel / DC Comics .

    (via christel-thoughts)

  2. laurark:


  4. vintagedolls:

    "Move aside, peasants. Royalty coming through."

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  5. fallenangelflonne:




    >tell my girl i love subs
    >she thinkin i wanna dominate her in bed
    >god damn i love sandwiches

    >tell my girl i love subs
    >she thinkin i wanna dominate her in bed
    >god damn i cant stand dubbed anime

    >tell my girl i love subs
    >she thinkin i wanna dominate her in bed
    >god damn i hope my real teacher never comes back

    >tell my girl i love subs
    >she thinkin i wanna dominate her in bed
    >i’m 20,000 leagues under the fucking sea

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  7. scottish:

    hearin a really shitty pun

    makin a really shitty pun

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  8. medievalpoc:




    I’ve seen a few fashion posts trying to expand the “Marie Antoinette is not Victorian” rant, but this stuff can get complicated, so here is a semi-comprehensive list so everyone knows exactly when all of these eras were.

    Please note that this is very basic and that there are sometimes subcategories (especially in the 17th century, Jacobean, Restoration, etc)

    And people wonder WHY I complain about History/Art History periodization. Note how much overlap there is to the above “eras”, and how many exceptions and extensions there are to these categories.

    Oh, and by the way…















    Because you wouldn’t want to be historically inaccurate.

    Holy shi—the middle lady in the Victorian pic looks like my godmum! And the lady, on the right, in the Edwardian one looks almost like she could pass as one of my relatives!

    …this is so eerie…but cool.

    ^^And that’s a big part of the reason why I do this. Everyone should be able to see images like these and feel like they, too, are a part of history.

    People can quibble about minutiae as much as they’d like, and I honestly don’t mind the discussion, but when it comes down to it, medievalpoc is really about making an immediate visual impact that has changed how I view history, and I hope the same can be said for people who read these posts.

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  9. relissabt:






    Speaking of different body shapes. These are all basically peak human bodies. 

    How come 99% of them don’t conform to what the entertainment industry tells us is the perfect body?

    This is a FABULOUS set of body refs. So glad this came back across my dash so I could reblog it here :D

    These images are from a book by Howard Schatz of various Olympic athletes, which was titled “Athlete.”  You can buy the book [here].  Also, have some more photos from it:

    Never not reblogging this.


    Always love rediscovering this photoset! Look at all the different shapes the human body can be and what each shape can be best at. Love the comments (and info on where to buy this book!) in the above thread, too :)

  10. jeremykaye:

    Fans gonna be PISSED

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