legendary:

indubidably:

My fifth and final set of photos from Sakuracon 2014: the Pacific Rim photo shoot and an earlier photo I took of a Newt and Tendo!

If you are in these photos, I’d love to link a name to your character!

You are all brilliant cosplayers! Ah, I like stood there just taking them all in after I took my photos.

And seriously, I wanna be friends with all of you omg

Aleksis Kaidanovsky is: irvy.tumblr.com (I can’t get it to link to your page for some reason) and her boyfriend is Sasha (he doesn’t have a tumblr but here are some of his tags? Gunslinger56/EarthBound)

I was a kaylee from firefly

Some sweet Pacific Rim cosplay from Sakura-Con 2014.

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youraveragebadass:

Avengers Age of Ultron Sneak peak

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subtilitas:

Buzzi e Buzzi - P. House, Tenga 2000. Located on a steep site, the roof is level with the street above, with parking in the main entry located off the roof. A personal favorite. Photos (C) Margherita Spiluttini

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ancientart:

Double-chambered vessel with monkey. Veracruz, ca. 600-900 (Late Classic).

Veracruz sculpture is among the most admired of ancient Mesoamerica yet its study has long been subsumed under the aegis of the highly visible Teotihuacan and Maya civilizations. Veracruz refers to the central Gulf Coast of Mexico and has served loosley as a stylistic designation for all art eminating from the region. Its art reflects the influences of both Teotihuacan and Maya as well as a distinct aesthetic that developed locally.
[…] Seemingly free from the constraints of their neighboring super powers, Veracruz ceramicists sculpted naturalistic, highly animated human figures, animals and supernaturals. Facial expressions and disctinct hand gestures are the most striking features of figural ceramics. This double-chambered vessel combines a simple flask with the body of a monkey, and can aptly be described as an effigy bottle. The elaborate scroll patterning in the cartouches is most closely associated with the art of Classic Veracruz, where the vessel is said to originate.

Courtesy of & currently located at the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, USA, via their online collections. Accession Number: 48.2774.

ancientart:

Double-chambered vessel with monkey. Veracruz, ca. 600-900 (Late Classic).

Veracruz sculpture is among the most admired of ancient Mesoamerica yet its study has long been subsumed under the aegis of the highly visible Teotihuacan and Maya civilizations. Veracruz refers to the central Gulf Coast of Mexico and has served loosley as a stylistic designation for all art eminating from the region. Its art reflects the influences of both Teotihuacan and Maya as well as a distinct aesthetic that developed locally.

[…] Seemingly free from the constraints of their neighboring super powers, Veracruz ceramicists sculpted naturalistic, highly animated human figures, animals and supernaturals. Facial expressions and disctinct hand gestures are the most striking features of figural ceramics. This double-chambered vessel combines a simple flask with the body of a monkey, and can aptly be described as an effigy bottle. The elaborate scroll patterning in the cartouches is most closely associated with the art of Classic Veracruz, where the vessel is said to originate.

Courtesy of & currently located at the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, USA, via their online collections. Accession Number: 48.2774.

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popculturebrain:

New Images: ‘The Simpsons’ Lego episode | CBM

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4gifs:

Pass this idiot. [video]

4gifs:

Pass this idiot. [video]

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jerseyturd:

late9ight:

the girl on the right haha

me at the gym trying to hide my gayness

The thirst is real, she wants it haha

ohheyythere21:

jerseyturd:

late9ight:

the girl on the right haha

me at the gym trying to hide my gayness

The thirst is real, she wants it haha

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