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  1. nevver:

Shhhh…… it’ll be over soon.
  2. 70sscifiart:

nullarysources:

70s sci-fi art reblog: here’s a giant pink space rabbit. I have no idea what the story is behind this image or who drew it. A quick reverse image search failed me.
Happy Easter, everybody!

Easter reblog

    70sscifiart:

    nullarysources:

    70s sci-fi art reblog: here’s a giant pink space rabbit. I have no idea what the story is behind this image or who drew it. A quick reverse image search failed me.

    Happy Easter, everybody!

    Easter reblog

  3. logista:

Barbara Tozier, Pinwheel

    logista:

    Barbara Tozier, Pinwheel

    (via resartus)

  4. notpulpcovers:

    This book about the horrors of juvinile delinquency managed to make delinquency look awesome.

    Which is typical of this type of thing.

  5. prostheticknowledge:

    The Sword of Damocles - Video

    Earlier this week, I covered “The Sword of Damocles”, the first pioneering example of virtual and augmented reality technology from 1968. Unfortunately I was unable to locate a visual demo of it at the time, but thanks to Thomas Richter, he sent me a link to a short video demonstrating it in action:

    Link to my original post about this can be found here

  6. likeafieldmouse:

    Cui Fei - Manuscript of Nature V (2002)

  7. likeafieldmouse:

    Cui Fei - Read by Touch (2005-6) - Thorns on rice paper

  8. notpulpcovers:

Joe De Mers http://flic.kr/p/mTg9EH
  9. merve-sahin:

    image

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    Have a look at Candas Sisman’s portfolio

  10. scancity:


  All flat places made plump and beautiful in contour, and chest as full, plump and firm as you could desire.


Source: The Blue Book Magazine, August 1907. Published by The Story Press Corporation, Chicago.

    scancity:

    All flat places made plump and beautiful in contour, and chest as full, plump and firm as you could desire.

    Source: The Blue Book Magazine, August 1907. Published by The Story Press Corporation, Chicago.