1. catonhottinroof:

    Karl Friedrich Lessing

    Castle

    (via truffke)

     
  2. karmadi11o:

    bigboxcar:

    Look up! From the Vertical Endeavors parking lot, top of the building next door. #Minneapolis (at Vertical Endeavors - Minneapolis)

    I know this lot

    this is the lot behind my apartment when i lived in MPLS!

     
  3. artofbrotherrat:

    I DON’T GIVE A RATS ASS!

    Graphite on toned paper
    Preliminary drawing for an upcoming painting
    Better photo quality version
    I finally got my camera back! this is the hi def photo!!

    (via dobescrusher)

     
  4. beouija:

    I have a book! I’ve been working on it for a really long time. It’s a collection of short stories. It’s from Fantagraphics Books. It’s called How To Be Happy. I am very proud of it. I hope you will check it out!

     
  5. hicockalorum:

    oh, my.

    (via barkpark)

     
  6. furrydoc:

    Designosaur (light defraction glasses)

    FWA 2014

    Atlanta, GA

     
  7. oldbookillustrations:

    Day and night.

    Carl Larsson, from Singoalla, by Viktor Rydberg, Stockholm, 1894.

    (Source: archive.org)

     
  8. marblefeet:

    Nightlight in the form of a cat, anoniem, c. 1760 - c. 1770

    When a candle is placed inside the porcelain cat, the light shines through its eyes. The small lamp was intended for children who were afraid of the dark, but was also used to scare off rats. It comes from the collection assembled by the 18th-century Hague Sinologist Jean Theodore Royer.

    (Source: rijksmuseum.nl)

     
  9. cartoonfuntime:

    Hi everyone! I’ve been really busy lately on some projects, and one of those was this storyboard! It’s a short story about 3 kids LARPing, getting into trouble, and the perils of selfish honesty!

    I’m selling it on Gumroad right now for only two bucks! Thanks so much for your support!

    (via bun--party)

     
  10. design-is-fine:

    Jose Maria Cruz Novillo & Olmos, Abcdario Animal – Animal alphabet matchboxes, late 1960s. Spain. Source 1+2

    (via prothallium)