visual-poetry:

…they tried to translate »lorem ipsum«

yes.

(Source: camdamage)

Recent work by Dyna Moe.

discourseontheotter:

~Slavoj Zizek

Anyone know the source for this image? I had no idea there were otter-themed pulp novels.

discourseontheotter:

~Slavoj Zizek

Anyone know the source for this image? I had no idea there were otter-themed pulp novels.

New favorite tumblr.

lolmythesis:

History, Wesleyan University

Dyna Moe has a bunch of new works out. Look at them.

dynamoe:

Malcontent Biker in Dinosaur Pants

publicdomainreview:

"Wear Celluloid Collars and Cuffs" - A charming set of 19th Century American trade cards, advertising – via the medium of a frog and gnome-like character – collars and cuffs made of a waterproof linen (celluloid).See the full set here: http://bit.ly/1gu4Wa7
publicdomainreview:

"Wear Celluloid Collars and Cuffs" - A charming set of 19th Century American trade cards, advertising – via the medium of a frog and gnome-like character – collars and cuffs made of a waterproof linen (celluloid).See the full set here: http://bit.ly/1gu4Wa7
publicdomainreview:

"Wear Celluloid Collars and Cuffs" - A charming set of 19th Century American trade cards, advertising – via the medium of a frog and gnome-like character – collars and cuffs made of a waterproof linen (celluloid).See the full set here: http://bit.ly/1gu4Wa7
publicdomainreview:

"Wear Celluloid Collars and Cuffs" - A charming set of 19th Century American trade cards, advertising – via the medium of a frog and gnome-like character – collars and cuffs made of a waterproof linen (celluloid).See the full set here: http://bit.ly/1gu4Wa7
publicdomainreview:

"Wear Celluloid Collars and Cuffs" - A charming set of 19th Century American trade cards, advertising – via the medium of a frog and gnome-like character – collars and cuffs made of a waterproof linen (celluloid).See the full set here: http://bit.ly/1gu4Wa7

publicdomainreview:

"Wear Celluloid Collars and Cuffs" - A charming set of 19th Century American trade cards, advertising – via the medium of a frog and gnome-like character – collars and cuffs made of a waterproof linen (celluloid).

See the full set here: http://bit.ly/1gu4Wa7

Reblogging because I’ve never seen Cupid depicted as such a bro. Look at that goddamn smirk.

loverofbeauty:

Jacques-Louis David:Cupidon et Psyché   (1817)