Latest Tweets:

(Source: haldomundo, via deaddogsinspace)

1910-again:

André Masson, L’homme emblématique, 1939

1910-again:

André Masson, L’homme emblématique, 1939

(via aleatoryalarmalligator)

*61
magictransistor:

Athanasius Kircher, Ars Magna Lucis et Umbrae, Roma, [1671 ed.].

magictransistor:

Athanasius Kircher, Ars Magna Lucis et Umbrae, Roma, [1671 ed.].

*85
rogerwilkerson:

 Dancing Old Fashioned - detail from 1953 Calvert whiskey ad

rogerwilkerson:

Dancing Old Fashioned - detail from 1953 Calvert whiskey ad

*16
rollership:

70sscifiart:

Here’s a bigger copy of that NASA piece, which was done by Roy Scarfo.

Don’t till the soil cover it with mulch. Till the soil/ kill the soil. give it  a blanket of mulch and compost to keep it warm and moist.

rollership:

70sscifiart:

Here’s a bigger copy of that NASA piece, which was done by Roy Scarfo.

Don’t till the soil cover it with mulch. Till the soil/ kill the soil. give it  a blanket of mulch and compost to keep it warm and moist.

(via fuckyeahsciencefiction)

kahn1801:

ultrafacts:

Source (Want more facts? Click HERE to follow)

Somebody should make a movie out of this

kahn1801:

ultrafacts:

Source (Want more facts? Click HERE to follow)

Somebody should make a movie out of this

(via iaknighthawke)

*54
magictransistor:

Gabriel Grub, or the ‘Story of the Goblins who Stole a Sexton’ using a magic lantern projector (Bamforth & Co.), based upon the Pickwick Papers [Charles Dickens]; c. 1898.

magictransistor:

Gabriel Grub, or the ‘Story of the Goblins who Stole a Sexton’ using a magic lantern projector (Bamforth & Co.), based upon the Pickwick Papers [Charles Dickens]; c. 1898.

weirdvintage:

Victorian Christmas card, wishing you Peace, Joy, Health and Happiness.  Victorians were very interested in natural history, which may explain this unique illustration.  1880.  (via)

weirdvintage:

Victorian Christmas card, wishing you Peace, Joy, Health and Happiness.  Victorians were very interested in natural history, which may explain this unique illustration.  1880.  (via)