Art of the Machine
paper-trains:

the-dark-side-of-the-room:

noobpoleon:



synnesai:



haphy:



that issome top notch negative space amiriteTHE FLOW OF EVERYTHINGHUMANS ARE SO BEAUTIFUL SOBS 



god this is just so pleasing to look at 
that back curve 
their face profiles
their everything god



Wow wow wow



You know how there are movies, and then there’s cinema?
Yeah well, there are pics… and then there are photographs.

DAT NEGATIVE SPACE THO


this is probably one of the most beautiful nude photographs I’ve ever seen. everything is so perfectly spaced. these two people are beautiful themselves. the pose is perfect, even the forward flex of her back to the way he is standing and the lines and curves their bodies create, both contrasting and complimenting each other. i especially like the way even though he is more physically powerful, its the woman who is in a more bold, and powerful stance.

paper-trains:

the-dark-side-of-the-room:

noobpoleon:

synnesai:

haphy:

that is
some top notch negative space amirite
THE FLOW OF EVERYTHING
HUMANS ARE SO BEAUTIFUL SOBS 

god this is just so pleasing to look at 

that back curve 

their face profiles

their everything god

Wow wow wow

You know how there are movies, and then there’s cinema?

Yeah well, there are pics… and then there are photographs.

DAT NEGATIVE SPACE THO

this is probably one of the most beautiful nude photographs I’ve ever seen. everything is so perfectly spaced. these two people are beautiful themselves. the pose is perfect, even the forward flex of her back to the way he is standing and the lines and curves their bodies create, both contrasting and complimenting each other. i especially like the way even though he is more physically powerful, its the woman who is in a more bold, and powerful stance.

chrisploof:

An elegant couple: Oak and Beech mokume, both with 18k yellow gold.

chrisploof:

An elegant couple: Oak and Beech mokume, both with 18k yellow gold.

faramforge:

forged a barn owl.

faramforge:

forged a barn owl.

artnouveaustyle:

From my personal experience over the years, I have found it difficult sometimes to find modern art nouveau furniture reproductions either to buy, look at or use as reference. But by chance I found a website which lists craftsmen and artists who make custom made art nouveau pieces (chairs, beds, tables etc.) from today.

Minus a few pieces that aren’t really AN, there is quite a lot to look at! (and drool over ;) )….Take a look at the link below:

http://www.custommade.com/gallery/custom-art-nouveau/

fergusonsjewelry:

Picked up these pretty rings from our bench jeweler today! #vintage #vintagerings #vintagejewelry #antique #antiquerings #antiquejewelry #pearlring #diamondrings #diamonds #sapphirering #sapphire #emeralds #artdeco #artdecorings #retro #retrorings #atomicera #midcentury #bluetopaz #estate #estatejewelry #etsy #etsyjewelry #etsyvintage #showmeyourrings #fergusonsfinejewelry

fergusonsjewelry:

Picked up these pretty rings from our bench jeweler today! #vintage #vintagerings #vintagejewelry #antique #antiquerings #antiquejewelry #pearlring #diamondrings #diamonds #sapphirering #sapphire #emeralds #artdeco #artdecorings #retro #retrorings #atomicera #midcentury #bluetopaz #estate #estatejewelry #etsy #etsyjewelry #etsyvintage #showmeyourrings #fergusonsfinejewelry

The comet moth or fairy moon moth is a lunar moth and one of he largest moths in the world, native to Madagascar. The moth isn’t a record breaker for sheer wingspan like the atlas but instead it’s long tails. it’s where it gets the name comet moth from because it looks like a streaking comet as it flies. it’s a bright yellow moth with large orange eye spots on its wings.
Here it’s likeness is made in brass with touches of gold, resin and translucent yellow circuit board. The wings filigree is filled with resin. The eye spots a pale amber with trapped insects. The tails tip is a reverse set carved cut citrine. the chain and clasp is all sterling with cut crystal.

http://thebluekraken.artfire.com

The comet moth or fairy moon moth is a lunar moth and one of he largest moths in the world, native to Madagascar. The moth isn’t a record breaker for sheer wingspan like the atlas but instead it’s long tails. it’s where it gets the name comet moth from because it looks like a streaking comet as it flies. it’s a bright yellow moth with large orange eye spots on its wings.
Here it’s likeness is made in brass with touches of gold, resin and translucent yellow circuit board. The wings filigree is filled with resin. The eye spots a pale amber with trapped insects. The tails tip is a reverse set carved cut citrine. the chain and clasp is all sterling with cut crystal.

http://thebluekraken.artfire.com

mineralogasm:

Agardite-(Ce) from Clara Mine, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

mineralogasm:

Agardite-(Ce) from Clara Mine, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

urbancatfitters:

slytherin-starkid-of-tardis:

urbancatfitters:

everyone is embarrassed of their fourteen year old self trust me if you’re fourteen right now you will regret whatever it is that you are doing at this moment

What, being a SuperWhoLockian, Tumblrian, and just being generally pretty good? I don’t think so.

screenshot this and look at it in 3 years

3 years? … maybe as a teen i could see that…. what was i doing when i was 14?… hm.. whatever it was is totally irrelevant to me now at 34. pretty much anything you did pre 19 becomes irrelevant kid stuff you did cause you were dumb or don’t know better but you sure think you know some shit. 19-30 you spend the whole time in a land of lost confusion about what to do with yourself and why and you think you know why but you don’t really. you blow time figuring this out attempting to do this adult type thing. once you come out the other end you realize you really don’t know very much at all and the world is huge and full of things you don’t know but theres super awesome stuff out there. better start learning.

art-of-swords:

European Smallsword

  • Dated: 17th century
  • Culture: English
  • Measurements: overall length 97cm, hilt length 16.5cm

The handle of the sword is composed of a wooden grip bound in copper and brass wire binding. The hilt is made of iron and features a knuckle guard, side ring and an oval shaped pommel. The blade is double edge blade of hexagonal section and has a single fuller on either side.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Antiques Armoury

chrisploof:

We love making round things rounder, but sometimes we like to make round things square, just for fun. :)

chrisploof:

We love making round things rounder, but sometimes we like to make round things square, just for fun. :)

rhamphotheca:

Japan’s cherry blossom stone is a natural wonder
Meet the cherry blossom stone from Japan - one of the most striking natural rock formations in the world.
by Bec Crew
So-called because when you crack them open, their internal cross-sections look like tiny golden-pink flowers, cherry blossom stones (sakura ishi in Japanese) get their beautiful patterns from mica, which is a commonly found silicate mineral known for its shiny, light-reflecting surface. 
These flower patterns weren’t always made of mica. They started their existence as a complex matrix of six prism-shaped crystal deposits of a magnesium-iron-aluminium composite called cordierite, radiating out from a single dumbbell-shaped crystal made from a magnesium-aluminium-silicate composite called indialite in the centre. 
Hosted inside a fine-grained type of rock called a hornfels - formed underground around 100 million years ago by the intense heat of molten lava - cherry blossom stones underwent a second significant metamorphosis in their geological lifespan when they were exposed to a type of hot water called hydrothermal fluids…
(read more: ScienceAlert! - Australia/NZ)
images: John Rakovan et al.

rhamphotheca:

Japan’s cherry blossom stone is a natural wonder

Meet the cherry blossom stone from Japan - one of the most striking natural rock formations in the world.

by Bec Crew

So-called because when you crack them open, their internal cross-sections look like tiny golden-pink flowers, cherry blossom stones (sakura ishi in Japanese) get their beautiful patterns from mica, which is a commonly found silicate mineral known for its shiny, light-reflecting surface. 

These flower patterns weren’t always made of mica. They started their existence as a complex matrix of six prism-shaped crystal deposits of a magnesium-iron-aluminium composite called cordierite, radiating out from a single dumbbell-shaped crystal made from a magnesium-aluminium-silicate composite called indialite in the centre. 

Hosted inside a fine-grained type of rock called a hornfels - formed underground around 100 million years ago by the intense heat of molten lava - cherry blossom stones underwent a second significant metamorphosis in their geological lifespan when they were exposed to a type of hot water called hydrothermal fluids

(read more: ScienceAlert! - Australia/NZ)

images: John Rakovan et al.

veganvibez:

found the best twitter 

myeyestoserve:

Your Rage, Twitter Poetry by Sugi Ganeshananthan 

oh but a my rage is so much like this >:3

it waits patiently for the right moment usually instead of screaming. it builds quietly into a fiery inferno but no one sees it. the turban is the drop cloth. im smiling because i have a knife and thats my murder face. if im in the ocean im dumping a body. if im not in the right neighborhood you should be concerned deeply. and i don’t take hand outs but if you are offering doughnuts don’t get indignant when i take the box…if you pursue me don’t be surprised when i turn around and eat your face off.