Sep
17
2014

Reblogged from virtual-artifacts :

virtual-artifacts:

Treasures of Kazakhstan: More Wonders from the Altai

1. Ornament in the form of a seated raptor, ca. 600 BC.

2. Ornament in the form of a snow leopard face, formed from two ibex heads, ca. 700 BC.

3. Ornament in the form of an argali, a kind of mountain sheep, ca. 700 BC.

Sep
17
2014

Reblogged from bachtothefugue :

bachtothefugue:

Oboe, ca. 1800Jacob Anthony (German, 1736–1804)
“This oboe is a typical German-made instrument from the eighteenth century and one of the earliest known examples to have been made in the United States.” (in Philadelphia)
from NY-MetMA

bachtothefugue:

Oboe, ca. 1800
Jacob Anthony (German, 1736–1804)

This oboe is a typical German-made instrument from the eighteenth century and one of the earliest known examples to have been made in the United States.” (in Philadelphia)

from NY-MetMA

Sep
12
2014
Sep
5
2014

Reblogged from amberrosesshavedhead :

captaintinyass:

Visited today a brilliant “Van Gogh Alive” exhibition.

Aug
31
2014

Reblogged from giraffology :

death-by-lulz:

where can i buy that apron

death-by-lulz:

where can i buy that apron

(Source: nondeterminism)

Aug
29
2014

Reblogged from bromancing-the-stone :

tinycartridge:

New Nintendo 3DS and XL ⊟

Just when you thought this week couldn’t get any wilder, Nintendo goes and reveals a new 3DS and XL model for Japan. Europe will also receive the new portables next year, according to CVG. If we get a U.S. release date, I expect it to be for 2015.

The new line also has a new stick-ish button on the right side that replaces the need for a Circle Pad Pro, a more powerful CPU, improved 3D viewing angles, Super Famicom-esque colored ABXY buttons, two additional shoulder buttons, NFC support (for Amiibos!), improved battery life (up to 6 hours on 3DS, 7 hours on XL), and HTML5 support for the built-in browser. It also now uses Micro SDs instead of SD cards. Check out the removable back!

The standard system features a 3.88-inch top screen (compared to the 3.53-inch top screen in the original 3DS), while the new XL screen is the same as the old one at 4.88 inches. Both release in Japan on October 11, alongside new charging docks. The standard edition 3DS comes in White or Black for ¥16000 ($154), while the XL in Metallic Blue or Black will go for ¥18800 ($181).

Images via Inside Games and Volotaire!

BUY Nintendo 2DS & 3DS/XL, upcoming games

Aug
26
2014

Reblogged from basicallyhorny :

anthropose:

At my Tia’s

anthropose:

At my Tia’s

Aug
25
2014

Reblogged from amberrosesshavedhead :

wgsn:

Inspired by 3D modelling software glitches, Noa Raviv has designed garments that bring the digital into a physical space.  Classic Greek and Roman sculptures are the starting point and then worked into hi-tech garments.

wgsn:

Inspired by 3D modelling software glitches, Noa Raviv has designed garments that bring the digital into a physical space.  Classic Greek and Roman sculptures are the starting point and then worked into hi-tech garments.

Aug
15
2014

Reblogged from dav-ish :

ART HISTORY MEME || [2/2] museums: Vatican Museums - Vatican City, Italy

Aug
15
2014

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Aug
15
2014

Reblogged from basicallyhorny :

(Source: herbivore-whore)

Aug
13
2014
Aug
3
2014

Reblogged from klingoff :

devidsketchbook:

MYSTERIOUS TINY ROOMS BY MARC GIAI-MINIET

French artist Marc Giai-Miniet (Born in 1946 in Trappes) makes some of the most incredibly detailed (and disturbing!) dollhouses that we’ve ever seen. Marc started creating these disturbing shadowbox dioramas rather late in his career, recurring themes include libraries, furnaces, laboratories, submarines and intestine-like tubing in lonely, decaying spaces.

Aug
3
2014

Reblogged from dribbled :

goes54667752:

地球ボタン

Earth Button

黒シャツ限定。暗黒の宇宙に浮かぶ青く美しい地球をイメージしました。

The “earth button” is used exclusively on black shirts. It is inspired by an image of the earth, blue and beautiful, floating in the darkness of the universe.

Aug
3
2014

Reblogged from supersean88 :

(Source: we-both-forget)

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