callumbal:

Spike & Ein - Cowboy Bebop

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origamirabbit:

Róbert A Borbás, Dark Art Tattoo, Hungary 

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nevver:

LSMFT, Haring

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sciencefictiongallery:

Ian Miller - The Martian Chronicles, 1979.

pleoros:

Le sang d’un poète - Jean Cocteau, 1930

The Blood of a Poet (French: Le Sang d’un Poete) (1930) is an avant-garde film directed by Jean Cocteau and financed by Charles, Vicomte de Noailles. Photographer Lee Miller made her only film appearance in this movie, and it also features an appearance by the famed aerialist Barbette.[1] It is the first part of the Orphic Trilogy, which is continued in Orphée (1950) and was concluded with Testament of Orpheus (1960).

Director: Jean Cocteau
Writer: Jean Cocteau

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moonsiren:

Isis Athame

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horrorandglamour:

Aoi Kotsuhiroi’s Orchidacea Hermaphroditus

Known for her conceptual “body objects,” the French-based artist explored the beauty of the grotesque with this provocatively named piece from her “Exotic Regrets” collection. The menacing heel asserts power as the foot concedes to the waxed linen rope, tying it down in the style of kinbaku, a Japanese form of bondage characterized by intricate knots and aesthetic rules for restraint.

Photo:Courtesy Aoikotsuhiroi.com

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suklad:

Eugene Kazartsev

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ryanpanos:

Bare Architecture | Lorenzo Linthout

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kropelfonski:

Mastbos, Breda, Netherlands.
Photography by Sonja Krzeminski

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robemmy:

Hypocrisy

So powerful.

Damn that’s good.

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First boner.

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