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28th September 2014

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silenceofthevoid:

jayrockin:

Lenten Roses - Onyx Odyssey variety, doubled and undoubled

One of my favorites.

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28th September 2014

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truthdoesnotleadtofreedom:

Bless whoever made this.

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28th September 2014

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27th September 2014

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commandertheory:

teysa-orzhov-rules-lawyer:

Steven Belledin
transcendent master
etched monstrosity
scornful aether-lich
ego erasure

searchlight geist
surrender

Does transcendent master have a jetpack???

Steven Belledin doesn’t know how to draw faces

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25th September 2014

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hannibal-official:

kettlehead-comics:

this is the first time I have ever reblogged something twice

This guy was amazing

hannibal-official:

kettlehead-comics:

this is the first time I have ever reblogged something twice

This guy was amazing

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25th September 2014

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asleeponthefloor:

A self portrait.

asleeponthefloor:

A self portrait.

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25th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Six Cubit with 768,641 notes




A man feeding swans and ducks from a snowy river bank in Krakow

the contrast is insane

relevant to my interests

A man feeding swans and ducks from a snowy river bank in Krakow

the contrast is insane

relevant to my interests

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25th September 2014

Photoset reblogged from Cross Connect with 820 notes

crossconnectmag:

The Amazing Animated Artwork of Nathan Vieland

I grew up in a small town in the Appalachian hills, with a close connection to the forms and patterns of the wilderness. At a young age I found work in the construction industry where I acquired a fascination with the notion of “progress” and the never ending cycle of construction and destruction. Later I worked as a patent illustrator, witnessing the constant stream of innovation and technological improvement flow through our office. My current work incorporates all of these ideas, investigating the meaning of human progress, and it’s unfolding role in nature.

I graduated from Ohio University in 2010 with a degree in painting and a minor in philosophy. Since then I’ve illustrated a children’s book called The Gnome Lexicon. I also spent two years working and drawing with the artists and activists at The Beehive Design Collective.  I now live and work as an artist and illustrator in Eugene, Oregon.

If you have any questions about my art or resume, please send an email to natev83@gmail.com

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25th September 2014

Photoset reblogged from forever random :D with 163,964 notes

insp (x

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23rd September 2014

Photo reblogged from Jacey Julep with 29 notes

thatnerdygemini:

I seriously want this shit on my fucking wedding dress.

thatnerdygemini:

I seriously want this shit on my fucking wedding dress.

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23rd September 2014

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geeksotospeak:

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22nd September 2014

Photo reblogged from Jonesing. with 54,612 notes

nymphoftheocean:

billycrystals:

👌

oh

nymphoftheocean:

billycrystals:

👌

oh

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22nd September 2014

Photo reblogged from Jacey Julep with 118 notes

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21st September 2014

Quote reblogged from Pretty Odd with 584,885 notes

You’re under no obligation to be the same person you were five minutes ago.
— (via droopylobes)

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21st September 2014

Quote reblogged from Pretty Odd with 2,697 notes

It is the nature of stone to be satisfied.
It is the nature of water to want to be somewhere else.
— Mary Oliver (via andrewgibby)

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