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bitter1stuff:

Lego Headless Horseman via http://www.evilmadscientist.com/2006/how-to-hack-leds-into-lego-minifigures-for-halloween/

GOT SOME STUFF TO CONCENTRATE ON. WILL RETURN IN 30 DAYS. GOODBYE AND GOD BLESS. EAT CANDY. 

bitter1stuff:

Lego Headless Horseman via http://www.evilmadscientist.com/2006/how-to-hack-leds-into-lego-minifigures-for-halloween/

GOT SOME STUFF TO CONCENTRATE ON. WILL RETURN IN 30 DAYS. GOODBYE AND GOD BLESS. EAT CANDY. 

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danismm:

The office of the future

danismm:

The office of the future

(Source: docinla, via diescreamingemily)

mughalshit:

Ram’s Head Dagger
India (likely Jaipur), Mughal, 18th or 19th century
Hilt: Gold, enameled and set with precious stones; kundan technique Blade: steel

Often tucked into a sash or horseman’s boot, daggers in Mughal India displayed the wealth and power of their owners. An intricately patterned ram’s head pommel adorns the hilt of this dagger, made in the kundan technique in which gems are set into malleable pure gold foil, allowing them to be arranged in any pattern or density over curved surfaces. In this dagger, pieces of quartz adorning the cross guard are surrounded by raised borders of gold which form the curved lines of a flower. The ram’s head is decorated with a floral scroll and is separated from the hilt grip by a quartz collar, also in the kundan method.

This dagger bears a striking resemblance to another dagger posted recently.

mughalshit:

Ram’s Head Dagger

India (likely Jaipur), Mughal, 18th or 19th century

Hilt: Gold, enameled and set with precious stones; kundan technique Blade: steel

Often tucked into a sash or horseman’s boot, daggers in Mughal India displayed the wealth and power of their owners. An intricately patterned ram’s head pommel adorns the hilt of this dagger, made in the kundan technique in which gems are set into malleable pure gold foil, allowing them to be arranged in any pattern or density over curved surfaces. In this dagger, pieces of quartz adorning the cross guard are surrounded by raised borders of gold which form the curved lines of a flower. The ram’s head is decorated with a floral scroll and is separated from the hilt grip by a quartz collar, also in the kundan method.

This dagger bears a striking resemblance to another dagger posted recently.

(Source: metmuseum.org, via red-gold)

magictransistor:

August Malmström, Älvalek (Dancing elves), 1866.

magictransistor:

August Malmström, Älvalek (Dancing elves), 1866.

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kickoutjesus:

French Poster #2

kickoutjesus:

French Poster #2

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wonderful-strange:

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! #4, April 1967.

wonderful-strange:

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! #4, April 1967.

(Source: gentlemenpleez)

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bad-postcards:

HOWDY FROM TUCSON ARIZONA

THE ROAD RUNNER — CLOWN OF THE WEST
About 22 inches in length, he would rather run than fly and sometimes reaches the speed of 18 miles per hour. It lives on a menu of insects, lizards, centipedes, mice and snakes.

bad-postcards:

HOWDY FROM TUCSON ARIZONA

THE ROAD RUNNER — CLOWN OF THE WEST

About 22 inches in length, he would rather run than fly and sometimes reaches the speed of 18 miles per hour. It lives on a menu of insects, lizards, centipedes, mice and snakes.

(via gameraboy)

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lunapancake:

1930 Modern Mechanics

lunapancake:

1930 Modern Mechanics

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diargonauta:

El hombre invisible (1897)

H. G. Wells (21/09/1886 -  13/08/1946)

Novelista británico