nonsense
what to expect;
-medical stuff (slightly graphic)
-more medical stuff (probably graphic)
-werid and odd things
-art junk (mine and others)
-etc
nonsense
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asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
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philliplight:

Been working on these for the past couple of weeks. The beginning to a fairy tale idea that I have going on in my head….not really sure where I’m gonna go with this, but here is the beginning of it!
philliplight:

Been working on these for the past couple of weeks. The beginning to a fairy tale idea that I have going on in my head….not really sure where I’m gonna go with this, but here is the beginning of it!
philliplight:

Been working on these for the past couple of weeks. The beginning to a fairy tale idea that I have going on in my head….not really sure where I’m gonna go with this, but here is the beginning of it!
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cazadork:

crystal gems sleep sleepy 
sleepy gems
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Q: You may get asked this a lot, so please excuse my ignorance - but how do you go about constructing character expressions and body language and such? Thanks!
Asked by freeglassart
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thesonicscrew:

sixpenceee:

space-transgressor:

mopedsandbullshit:

blacksupervillain:

piccolowasablackman:

sixpenceee:

A reservoir of water three times the volume of all the oceans has been discovered deep beneath the Earth’s surface. The finding could help explain where Earth’s seas came from.
The water is hidden inside a blue rock that lies 700 kilometres underground in the mantle, the layer of hot rock between Earth’s surface and its core.
Some geologists think water arrived in comets as they struck planets, but the new discovery supports an alternative idea that the ocean oozed out of Earth’s interior layer.
SOURCE

OH MY GODDDDDDD -NERDS OUT-

That’s where the lizard people live
Watch

mind blown

WHAT THE FUCK

I just wanna point something out.
You know how you always see those pictures of the strange types of fish that live in the deep, deep sea?
like this one

or this one

and this one

If any and if possible imagine what the fish look like in the DEEP, DEEP sea. 
I’m smelling a million dollar creepy story. 

yeah that’s basically the first thing I thought too
like…this is almost exactly the plot of anything to do with prehistoric sea monsters returning
you know what that means?
FUCKING MEGALODON 
thesonicscrew:

sixpenceee:

space-transgressor:

mopedsandbullshit:

blacksupervillain:

piccolowasablackman:

sixpenceee:

A reservoir of water three times the volume of all the oceans has been discovered deep beneath the Earth’s surface. The finding could help explain where Earth’s seas came from.
The water is hidden inside a blue rock that lies 700 kilometres underground in the mantle, the layer of hot rock between Earth’s surface and its core.
Some geologists think water arrived in comets as they struck planets, but the new discovery supports an alternative idea that the ocean oozed out of Earth’s interior layer.
SOURCE

OH MY GODDDDDDD -NERDS OUT-

That’s where the lizard people live
Watch

mind blown

WHAT THE FUCK

I just wanna point something out.
You know how you always see those pictures of the strange types of fish that live in the deep, deep sea?
like this one

or this one

and this one

If any and if possible imagine what the fish look like in the DEEP, DEEP sea. 
I’m smelling a million dollar creepy story. 

yeah that’s basically the first thing I thought too
like…this is almost exactly the plot of anything to do with prehistoric sea monsters returning
you know what that means?
FUCKING MEGALODON 
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k-eke:

Sonic always needs to run.
Tails seems to love it !
Sonic et ses “amis” =)
k-eke:

Sonic always needs to run.
Tails seems to love it !
Sonic et ses “amis” =)
k-eke:

Sonic always needs to run.
Tails seems to love it !
Sonic et ses “amis” =)
k-eke:

Sonic always needs to run.
Tails seems to love it !
Sonic et ses “amis” =)
k-eke:

Sonic always needs to run.
Tails seems to love it !
Sonic et ses “amis” =)
k-eke:

Sonic always needs to run.
Tails seems to love it !
Sonic et ses “amis” =)
k-eke:

Sonic always needs to run.
Tails seems to love it !
Sonic et ses “amis” =)
k-eke:

Sonic always needs to run.
Tails seems to love it !
Sonic et ses “amis” =)
k-eke:

Sonic always needs to run.
Tails seems to love it !
Sonic et ses “amis” =)
k-eke:

Sonic always needs to run.
Tails seems to love it !
Sonic et ses “amis” =)
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theminttu:

Sometimes there are no words
theminttu:

Sometimes there are no words
theminttu:

Sometimes there are no words
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leseanthomas:

Ms. Shawna Mills, aka LazyMills has been on my radar for some time. Hailing from my hometown of NYC, the soft spoken 2D animator/concept designer’s work does a lot of the talking with it’s loud, boisterous and “IDGAF” treatment to shape laws and rules. She’s one of my favorite people working and she’s one of the few ladies of color in animation who has their own voice. 




Source:  Lazymills.com
leseanthomas:

Ms. Shawna Mills, aka LazyMills has been on my radar for some time. Hailing from my hometown of NYC, the soft spoken 2D animator/concept designer’s work does a lot of the talking with it’s loud, boisterous and “IDGAF” treatment to shape laws and rules. She’s one of my favorite people working and she’s one of the few ladies of color in animation who has their own voice. 




Source:  Lazymills.com
leseanthomas:

Ms. Shawna Mills, aka LazyMills has been on my radar for some time. Hailing from my hometown of NYC, the soft spoken 2D animator/concept designer’s work does a lot of the talking with it’s loud, boisterous and “IDGAF” treatment to shape laws and rules. She’s one of my favorite people working and she’s one of the few ladies of color in animation who has their own voice. 




Source:  Lazymills.com
leseanthomas:

Ms. Shawna Mills, aka LazyMills has been on my radar for some time. Hailing from my hometown of NYC, the soft spoken 2D animator/concept designer’s work does a lot of the talking with it’s loud, boisterous and “IDGAF” treatment to shape laws and rules. She’s one of my favorite people working and she’s one of the few ladies of color in animation who has their own voice. 




Source:  Lazymills.com
leseanthomas:

Ms. Shawna Mills, aka LazyMills has been on my radar for some time. Hailing from my hometown of NYC, the soft spoken 2D animator/concept designer’s work does a lot of the talking with it’s loud, boisterous and “IDGAF” treatment to shape laws and rules. She’s one of my favorite people working and she’s one of the few ladies of color in animation who has their own voice. 




Source:  Lazymills.com
leseanthomas:

Ms. Shawna Mills, aka LazyMills has been on my radar for some time. Hailing from my hometown of NYC, the soft spoken 2D animator/concept designer’s work does a lot of the talking with it’s loud, boisterous and “IDGAF” treatment to shape laws and rules. She’s one of my favorite people working and she’s one of the few ladies of color in animation who has their own voice. 




Source:  Lazymills.com
leseanthomas:

Ms. Shawna Mills, aka LazyMills has been on my radar for some time. Hailing from my hometown of NYC, the soft spoken 2D animator/concept designer’s work does a lot of the talking with it’s loud, boisterous and “IDGAF” treatment to shape laws and rules. She’s one of my favorite people working and she’s one of the few ladies of color in animation who has their own voice. 




Source:  Lazymills.com
leseanthomas:

Ms. Shawna Mills, aka LazyMills has been on my radar for some time. Hailing from my hometown of NYC, the soft spoken 2D animator/concept designer’s work does a lot of the talking with it’s loud, boisterous and “IDGAF” treatment to shape laws and rules. She’s one of my favorite people working and she’s one of the few ladies of color in animation who has their own voice. 




Source:  Lazymills.com
leseanthomas:

Ms. Shawna Mills, aka LazyMills has been on my radar for some time. Hailing from my hometown of NYC, the soft spoken 2D animator/concept designer’s work does a lot of the talking with it’s loud, boisterous and “IDGAF” treatment to shape laws and rules. She’s one of my favorite people working and she’s one of the few ladies of color in animation who has their own voice. 




Source:  Lazymills.com
leseanthomas:

Ms. Shawna Mills, aka LazyMills has been on my radar for some time. Hailing from my hometown of NYC, the soft spoken 2D animator/concept designer’s work does a lot of the talking with it’s loud, boisterous and “IDGAF” treatment to shape laws and rules. She’s one of my favorite people working and she’s one of the few ladies of color in animation who has their own voice. 




Source:  Lazymills.com