radfeline:

*yoshi voice* yoshi

ancientart:

A collection of Luristan daggers from Iran.

All date to circa 2600-2350 B.C.E., and are made of bronze.

Courtesy the LACMA, via their collections.

2damnfeisty:

abigabby:

What is ‘African themed’?

Ivorian? Zulu? Ashanti? Wolof? Yoruba? Cape Verdean? Zambian? Igbo? Egyptian? African cultures of the diaspora or the cultures of people with African heritage across the globe? Maasai?Swazi? Eritrean? Zimbabwean? Malagasy? Angolan?

Oh you mean like a safari? Oh right.

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dominusvenustas:

Monet Monet Monet

People discuss my art and pretend to understand as if it were necessary to understand, when it’s simply necessary to love.

- Monet

The necessary words of Monet. Look and simply love.

Artist: Elucubrare
Song: "O my offense is rank"

elucubrare:

Hamlet, Act III, scene iii - Claudius’ monologue.

“ fucking sebastian stan ”

─ everyone scrolling down their dash (via samsangel) ─

symmetrism:

Art’s great nudes have gone skinny

Italian artist Anna Utopia Giordano has created a visual re-imagination of historic nude paintings, had the subjects conformed their bodies to what the 21st century considers an ideal of beauty. The results are revealing—and quite shocking in what they say about the modern attitude toward women’s bodies.



allieeebabyyy:

serendipitousramblings:

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This makes me inexplicably happy.

Always reblog

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owl-of-the-rear-burghs:

Samurai kabuto (helmets) and armor.  About early 19th century, Japan.

I feel the need to do more physical activity beside running but i don’t know what. I hate going to the gym and i’m tired of swimming.


Gustave Doré illustrations for Gargantua and Pantagruel, by Francoise Rabelais, from the 16nth century

Gustave Doré illustrations for Gargantua and Pantagruel, by Francoise Rabelais, from the 16nth century

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historynet:

King James II of England’s Harquebusier armour, 1686. The faceplate is decorated with the royal Coat of Arms. Not strictly a uniform but cool nonetheless, picture of full armour in comments. [600x766]

historynet:

King James II of England’s Harquebusier armour, 1686. The faceplate is decorated with the royal Coat of Arms. Not strictly a uniform but cool nonetheless, picture of full armour in comments. [600x766]

lediableaquatre:

perfidiousalbion:

beefycurtains:

seattl-ite:

katara:

I am sick of people thinking deodorant is optional

i’m sick of people thinking that they can judge others on a normal bodily function and that the only way they can be accepted is to wear something that is harmful/poisonous to your body. just because some men in the 1880’s decided bodily odor was no longer acceptable. 

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"Men in the 1880s"

That doesn’t even make any fucking sense considering people of all genders have used perfumes and herbs to cover up their smells for thousands of years.

Don’t even make this a sexist issue, if you smell, you smell, no matter which gender. Wash yourself and put some damn deodorant on, that’s basically human behaviour.

and if you want to avoid industrial products i strongly suggest to use sodium bicarbonate, it doesn’t make you either smell or sweat, it’s natural and cheaper.