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Typeverything.com - 3013 by Nemanja Jovanovic.

oursoulsaredamned:

Pan by Austin Osman Spare
azertip:

Eduard Thöny
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Eduard Thöny
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Eduard Thöny
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Eduard Thöny
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Eduard Thöny
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Eduard Thöny
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Eduard Thöny
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Eduard Thöny
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Eduard Thöny
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Eduard Thöny

transmissionsgeekroom:

Behold….THE CLOUD!

Fantastic Four #205, April 1979
Keith Pollard, Joe Sinnott, and Marv Wolfman

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joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?

comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.

Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?

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carrionlust:

Jean-Édouard Dargent (1824-1899)
Illustrations from Dante’s Divine Comedy, 1870 
carrionlust:

Jean-Édouard Dargent (1824-1899)
Illustrations from Dante’s Divine Comedy, 1870 
carrionlust:

Jean-Édouard Dargent (1824-1899)
Illustrations from Dante’s Divine Comedy, 1870 
carrionlust:

Jean-Édouard Dargent (1824-1899)
Illustrations from Dante’s Divine Comedy, 1870 
carrionlust:

Jean-Édouard Dargent (1824-1899)
Illustrations from Dante’s Divine Comedy, 1870 
carrionlust:

Jean-Édouard Dargent (1824-1899)
Illustrations from Dante’s Divine Comedy, 1870 
carrionlust:

Jean-Édouard Dargent (1824-1899)
Illustrations from Dante’s Divine Comedy, 1870 
carrionlust:

Jean-Édouard Dargent (1824-1899)
Illustrations from Dante’s Divine Comedy, 1870 
carrionlust:

Jean-Édouard Dargent (1824-1899)
Illustrations from Dante’s Divine Comedy, 1870 
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Lucille Clerc
1. Barbican
2. Tate Modern
3. V&A
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Lucille Clerc
1. Barbican
2. Tate Modern
3. V&A
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Lucille Clerc
1. Barbican
2. Tate Modern
3. V&A

salvadordali-art:

Portrait of Mrs. George Tait, II, 1941

Salvador Dali

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victoriousvocabulary:

DEUS EX MACHINA

[phrase]

1. Latin: “god from the machine”; plural: dei ex machina - a plot device whereby a seemingly unsolvable problem is suddenly and abruptly solved with the contrived and unexpected intervention of some new event, character, ability, or object. The Latin phrasecomes to English usage from Horace’s Ars Poetica, where he instructs poets that they must never resort to a god from the machine to solve their plots. He refers to the conventions of Greek tragedy, where a crane (mekhane) was used to lower actors playing gods onto the stage. The machine referred to in the phrase could be either the crane employed in the task, a calque from the Greek “god from the machine” (ἀπὸ μηχανῆς θεός, apò mēkhanḗs theós), or the riser that brought a god up from a trap door.

2. (in ancient Greek and Roman drama) a god introduced into a play to resolve the entanglements of the plot.

2. any artificial or improbable device resolving the difficulties of a plot.

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