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catsbeaversandducks:

His name is Bartok and he’s the cutest baby you’ll ever see.
Photos by ©Brain Gremlin
catsbeaversandducks:

His name is Bartok and he’s the cutest baby you’ll ever see.
Photos by ©Brain Gremlin
catsbeaversandducks:

His name is Bartok and he’s the cutest baby you’ll ever see.
Photos by ©Brain Gremlin
catsbeaversandducks:

His name is Bartok and he’s the cutest baby you’ll ever see.
Photos by ©Brain Gremlin
catsbeaversandducks:

His name is Bartok and he’s the cutest baby you’ll ever see.
Photos by ©Brain Gremlin
catsbeaversandducks:

His name is Bartok and he’s the cutest baby you’ll ever see.
Photos by ©Brain Gremlin
catsbeaversandducks:

His name is Bartok and he’s the cutest baby you’ll ever see.
Photos by ©Brain Gremlin
catsbeaversandducks:

His name is Bartok and he’s the cutest baby you’ll ever see.
Photos by ©Brain Gremlin
catsbeaversandducks:

His name is Bartok and he’s the cutest baby you’ll ever see.
Photos by ©Brain Gremlin
catsbeaversandducks:

His name is Bartok and he’s the cutest baby you’ll ever see.
Photos by ©Brain Gremlin
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nemfrog:

Fig. 41. Twins. A System of Obstetric Medicine and Surgery. 1884.
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sansalayned:

“There’s a carving on our gate,” said Dacey. “A woman in a bearskin, with a child in one arm suckling at her breast. In the other hand she holds a battleaxe. She’s no proper lady, that one, but I always loved her.”

A game of forgotten ladies: Dacey Mormont
sansalayned:

“There’s a carving on our gate,” said Dacey. “A woman in a bearskin, with a child in one arm suckling at her breast. In the other hand she holds a battleaxe. She’s no proper lady, that one, but I always loved her.”

A game of forgotten ladies: Dacey Mormont
sansalayned:

“There’s a carving on our gate,” said Dacey. “A woman in a bearskin, with a child in one arm suckling at her breast. In the other hand she holds a battleaxe. She’s no proper lady, that one, but I always loved her.”

A game of forgotten ladies: Dacey Mormont
sansalayned:

“There’s a carving on our gate,” said Dacey. “A woman in a bearskin, with a child in one arm suckling at her breast. In the other hand she holds a battleaxe. She’s no proper lady, that one, but I always loved her.”

A game of forgotten ladies: Dacey Mormont
sansalayned:

“There’s a carving on our gate,” said Dacey. “A woman in a bearskin, with a child in one arm suckling at her breast. In the other hand she holds a battleaxe. She’s no proper lady, that one, but I always loved her.”

A game of forgotten ladies: Dacey Mormont
sansalayned:

“There’s a carving on our gate,” said Dacey. “A woman in a bearskin, with a child in one arm suckling at her breast. In the other hand she holds a battleaxe. She’s no proper lady, that one, but I always loved her.”

A game of forgotten ladies: Dacey Mormont
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marthajefferson:

j-uuzous:

Casual reminder that in one of Leonardo da Vinci’s many notebooks containing innumerable artistic and scientific sketches and notes of incomprehensible important, there is a sketch of two penises with legs and tails walking towards a crudely drawn anus.
The sketch was most likely done by Leonardo’s apprentice Salai, who was not only very likely one of Leonardo’s lovers, but who was also infamously mischievous. Better yet, the anus is literally labeled “Salai.”
So either Salai drew these while Leonardo wasn’t looking just to annoy his boyfriend, or Leonardo himself put actual time and energy into drawing these. Either way, the human race is truly blessed to have made such a discovery.
There are dick drawings like the ones you see on desks in school in Leonardo da Vinci’s notebooks. Please cherish this information.
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frustrational:

kim-jong-chill:

i’m just going to leave this here

Wow.
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kim-jong-chill:

i’m just going to leave this here

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kim-jong-chill:

i’m just going to leave this here

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kim-jong-chill:

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kim-jong-chill:

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c0rny:

une-allegresse:

Body comparative

I think this one is my favorite.
c0rny:

une-allegresse:

Body comparative

I think this one is my favorite.
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asylum-art:

Sculptures by Jim Skull
on Facebook
Jim F. Faure, known as Jim Skull, is the creator of these amazing sculptures. If the photos are impressive, imagine seeing them in person. The human skull is full of symbolism. The most common association that comes to mind when we see a skull, is death. But when I look at Jim’s sculptures, I see the skull as the home that contains and protects our thoughts and ideas, which live in the brain.
asylum-art:

Sculptures by Jim Skull
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Jim F. Faure, known as Jim Skull, is the creator of these amazing sculptures. If the photos are impressive, imagine seeing them in person. The human skull is full of symbolism. The most common association that comes to mind when we see a skull, is death. But when I look at Jim’s sculptures, I see the skull as the home that contains and protects our thoughts and ideas, which live in the brain.
asylum-art:

Sculptures by Jim Skull
on Facebook
Jim F. Faure, known as Jim Skull, is the creator of these amazing sculptures. If the photos are impressive, imagine seeing them in person. The human skull is full of symbolism. The most common association that comes to mind when we see a skull, is death. But when I look at Jim’s sculptures, I see the skull as the home that contains and protects our thoughts and ideas, which live in the brain.
asylum-art:

Sculptures by Jim Skull
on Facebook
Jim F. Faure, known as Jim Skull, is the creator of these amazing sculptures. If the photos are impressive, imagine seeing them in person. The human skull is full of symbolism. The most common association that comes to mind when we see a skull, is death. But when I look at Jim’s sculptures, I see the skull as the home that contains and protects our thoughts and ideas, which live in the brain.
asylum-art:

Sculptures by Jim Skull
on Facebook
Jim F. Faure, known as Jim Skull, is the creator of these amazing sculptures. If the photos are impressive, imagine seeing them in person. The human skull is full of symbolism. The most common association that comes to mind when we see a skull, is death. But when I look at Jim’s sculptures, I see the skull as the home that contains and protects our thoughts and ideas, which live in the brain.
asylum-art:

Sculptures by Jim Skull
on Facebook
Jim F. Faure, known as Jim Skull, is the creator of these amazing sculptures. If the photos are impressive, imagine seeing them in person. The human skull is full of symbolism. The most common association that comes to mind when we see a skull, is death. But when I look at Jim’s sculptures, I see the skull as the home that contains and protects our thoughts and ideas, which live in the brain.
asylum-art:

Sculptures by Jim Skull
on Facebook
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asylum-art:

Sculptures by Jim Skull
on Facebook
Jim F. Faure, known as Jim Skull, is the creator of these amazing sculptures. If the photos are impressive, imagine seeing them in person. The human skull is full of symbolism. The most common association that comes to mind when we see a skull, is death. But when I look at Jim’s sculptures, I see the skull as the home that contains and protects our thoughts and ideas, which live in the brain.
asylum-art:

Sculptures by Jim Skull
on Facebook
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asylum-art:

Sculptures by Jim Skull
on Facebook
Jim F. Faure, known as Jim Skull, is the creator of these amazing sculptures. If the photos are impressive, imagine seeing them in person. The human skull is full of symbolism. The most common association that comes to mind when we see a skull, is death. But when I look at Jim’s sculptures, I see the skull as the home that contains and protects our thoughts and ideas, which live in the brain.