hoganddice:

onlylolgifs:

Realistic Historical Sword Fighting

Shoutout to the fuckwits who think longswords were all about random hacking and slashing.

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ollie-murphy:

ive been buying old magazines for collages and i found this

ollie-murphy:

ive been buying old magazines for collages and i found this

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octemberfirst:

abqandnotu:

merosse:

TINY TURTLE INVESTIGATORS: THE CASE OF THE LARGE STRAWBERRY

GOOD MORNING EVERYONE

“HAVE YOU TRIED BALANCING ON IT”
“YES OF COURSE I TRIED BALANCING ON IT JENKINS THIS IS NOT MY FIRST DAY AS A TINY TURTLE INVESTIGATOR” 

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mortisia:

Nécessaire astronomique 1565. 
Pocket compass/sundial 
16th century, Renaissance. Compass  Sundial. original | edit

mortisia:

Nécessaire astronomique 1565. 

Pocket compass/sundial 

16th century, Renaissance. Compass  Sundial. original | edit

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Character Designs from Pirates of the Caribbean by Marc Davis

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Visual Development from Pirates of the Caribbean by Marc Davis

Visual Development from Pirates of the Caribbean by Marc Davis

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Character Designs from Pirates of the Caribbean by Marc Davis

Character Designs from Pirates of the Caribbean by Marc Davis

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ghosthorse-and-stillborn:

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dubbayoo:

“Marina Abramovic and Ulay started an intense love story in the 70s, performing art out of the van they lived in. When they felt the relationship had run its course, they decided to walk the Great Wall of China, each from one end, meeting for one last big hug in the middle and never seeing each other again. at her 2010 MoMa retrospective Marina performed ‘The Artist Is Present’ as part of the show, a minute of silence with each stranger who sat in front of her. Ulay arrived without her knowing it and this is what happened.”

Will reblog everytime

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martyr-eater:

Sallet in the Shape of a Lion’s Head, Italy, ca. 1475–80.

From The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, No. 4 (1973/1974):

One of the earliest surviving pieces of parade armor is this helmet in the shape of a lion’s head. It is a real steel sallet of about 1460, overlaid with a boldly embossed sheet of copper that was gilded, silvered (for the lion’s teeth), and fitted with eyes of semiprecious stones. The helmet imitates the headcover of Hercules, the skin of the Nemean lion, a motif reflecting the new importance of ideas derived from antiquity in the Renaissance. There is a representation of such a helmet on a relief portrait, probably of the Crown Prince of Aragon, on the triumphal arch in the Castel Nuovo in Naples that resembles our helmet so closely as to suggest it served as a model for the sculptured one.

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tramampoline:

diacrit:

todiwan:

A Russian tank manufacturer has unveiled a new tram design that it plans to start mass-producing in 2015. These beautiful pieces of engineering will hold 190 to 270 passengers and will be able to traverse on even the older, worn out Russian tram tracks.

Read more about the so-called “Batmobile” trams…

this is the train of my dreams

I LOVE THIS TRAIN

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Character Designs from Pirates of the Caribbean by Marc Davis

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