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iguanamouth:

so the first four hoards were so popular that theyve become kind of on ongoing series ! some of the ones here feature the commissioners ocs and personal items, but ALL of them involve things very dear to me: weird lizards on piles of junk

oh wow the lego one looks really time consuming to draw!

The snake hoard dragon is so accurate to what I’d want to be as a dragon, too.

This…yes this.

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suguskao:

ablogorsomething:

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tinydragongina:

senecasbearddontgiveafuck:

fuck-yeah-band-nerds:

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COULD THIS BE ANY MORE ACCURATE

THIS IS THE MOST WONDERFULLY ACCURATE THING I’VE EVER LAID MY EYES ON

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This is the most accurate thing I have ever seen. 

and then reading it again years later

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The entire process for me:

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T h e  G r a n d   B u d a p e s t   H o t e l (dir. by Wes Anderson, 2014)

"You see, there are still faint glimmers of civilization left in this barbaric slaughterhouse that was once known as humanity. Indeed that’s what we provide in our own modest, humble, insignificant… oh, fuck it."

A brilliant film, visual splendor. Have not seen it? Do so. 

(Source: lastisle)

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ejaysaurus:

stephharrison:

third-eyenavigator:

wingthingaling:

The phantasmagorical and surreal animal sculptures by Canadian artist Ellen Jewett. Between dream and nightmare, some strange creations born of a symbiosis between organic and mechanical elements, a meeting between fantasy, gothic and steampunk. Some very detailed sculptures in clay on a metal frame.

Visit her website at http://www.creaturesfromel.ca/

via Ufunk.net

this looks like real life studio ghibli

Everytime I see these I will reblog them. I love Ellen Jeweets work

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third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

These are super awesome. Check em out.

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I would love to live in this.

I would love to live in this.

(Source: bunnyonplanetq)

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moviesincolor:

Ridley Scott Week
Gladiator, 2000
Cinematography: John Mathieson

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assistantdirector:

bitchpleaseimhetastuck:

booballwombat:

ob2komario:

birdschoolforbirds:

birdschoolforbirds:

million dollar idea: instead of spending thousands of dollars on steady-cam equipment, filmmakers should just attach a camera to the head of a chicken and carry the chicken around as you film.

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They actually did that.

no. omg

hOLY SHIT

WHAT??

Welp there we go. Has a whole new meaning to chick-flick.

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croonstreet:

Swan Song.

Awesome

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Dear Spike Lee. Way to be a class act.

Today I read about Juan Luis Garcia,  an artists who was commissioned by an agency to design Spike Lee’s movie posters for “Old Boy” after being mistreated by the Agency and offered less pay than he deserved. Garcia refused to allow the agency to use his work, despite this they stole his work and reproduced it as the official posters. 

In Response Juan Luis Garcia wrote a touching letter to inform the director Spike Lee of the unfortunate events. The letter which can be found here: http://juanluisgarcia.com/dear-spike-lee/   

The letter is polite and informative and harbors no blame on Spike Lee, but instead chooses to inform the director about the events that had transpired, from one artist to another.

How does Spike Lee reply?

"I Never Heard Of This Guy Juan Luis Garcia,If He Has A Beef It's Not With Me.I Did Not Hire Him,Do Not Know Him.Cheap Trick Writing To Me.YO" 

The Tweet can be seen here. https://twitter.com/SpikeLee

In less than 140 characters, Spike lees obstinate reply, is rude, frustrating and above all disappointing. Juan Garcia’s letter set up a great platform for discussion on the unfair treatment of creatives. Those who are used and abused by clients on a regular basis. Spike Lee was given a golden chance to be an advocate against such treatment but instead decides to take a informative letter personally and in a dick move become part of the problem.

Smooth one Spike lee, way to go. 


While being the Director means Spike Lee likely had little to do with this discussion and it falls more on a Producer/Studio level. He was given a chance to speak out, make a difference.At the very least he could of said ” I am sorry to hear about this” Or “I will look into it.” Instead his reply blows off the artist, and reveals Spike Lee’s own colors.

Way to be a good role model…again disappointing.