truedeviance:

sexy Fetish Dragoness (point commission) by tailblaze
http://tailblaze.deviantart.com/art/sexy-Fetish-Dragoness-point-commission-476678315

truedeviance:

sexy Fetish Dragoness (point commission) by tailblaze

blastedheath:

Elijah Burgher (American. b. 1978), Rex Nemorensis 3, 2011. Colored pencil on paper, 14 x 17 in.

blastedheath:

Elijah Burgher (American. b. 1978), Rex Nemorensis 3, 2011. Colored pencil on paper, 14 x 17 in.

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charlienewton:

Chris Forgues (C.F.)

charlienewton:

Chris Forgues (C.F.)

illustrationviolation:

chris forgues

illustrationviolation:

chris forgues

cockydoody:

CF

cockydoody:

CF

blastedheath:

Philip Taaffe (American, b. 1955), Inner City, 1993. Mixed media on canvas, 99 x 105 in.

blastedheath:

Philip Taaffe (American, b. 1955), Inner City, 1993. Mixed media on canvas, 99 x 105 in.

wolfpupy:

i drew some outfits for puppycat

wolfpupy:

i drew some outfits for puppycat

chipsandbeermag:

Fiend Folio

chipsandbeermag:

Fiend Folio

chipsandbeermag:

Fiend Folio

chipsandbeermag:

Fiend Folio

chipsandbeermag:

Fiend Folio

chipsandbeermag:

Fiend Folio

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Picaresque

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jaunepois:

008/100 songs i think are good.

The Mariner’s Revenge Song | The Decemberists

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elliotfreeman1:

fountain of youth

elliotfreeman1:

fountain of youth

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strangebiology:

Paleontologists found this sweet whorl of teeth called a Helicoprion, but really didn’t know how it might have been situated in a fish’s mouth. 
There were many theories postulated about how the teeth fit in the animal’s mouth (fourth image). When another specimen was found, it was determined that the owner of this strange jaw (not a shark, but a ratfish) had no upper teeth at all.
Ladies and gentlemen, the most metal fish.
(via Laelaps/National Geographic) Art by Ray Troll.

strangebiology:

Paleontologists found this sweet whorl of teeth called a Helicoprion, but really didn’t know how it might have been situated in a fish’s mouth. 
There were many theories postulated about how the teeth fit in the animal’s mouth (fourth image). When another specimen was found, it was determined that the owner of this strange jaw (not a shark, but a ratfish) had no upper teeth at all.
Ladies and gentlemen, the most metal fish.
(via Laelaps/National Geographic) Art by Ray Troll.

strangebiology:

Paleontologists found this sweet whorl of teeth called a Helicoprion, but really didn’t know how it might have been situated in a fish’s mouth. 
There were many theories postulated about how the teeth fit in the animal’s mouth (fourth image). When another specimen was found, it was determined that the owner of this strange jaw (not a shark, but a ratfish) had no upper teeth at all.
Ladies and gentlemen, the most metal fish.
(via Laelaps/National Geographic) Art by Ray Troll.

strangebiology:

Paleontologists found this sweet whorl of teeth called a Helicoprion, but really didn’t know how it might have been situated in a fish’s mouth. 
There were many theories postulated about how the teeth fit in the animal’s mouth (fourth image). When another specimen was found, it was determined that the owner of this strange jaw (not a shark, but a ratfish) had no upper teeth at all.
Ladies and gentlemen, the most metal fish.
(via Laelaps/National Geographic) Art by Ray Troll.

strangebiology:

Paleontologists found this sweet whorl of teeth called a Helicoprion, but really didn’t know how it might have been situated in a fish’s mouth. 

There were many theories postulated about how the teeth fit in the animal’s mouth (fourth image). When another specimen was found, it was determined that the owner of this strange jaw (not a shark, but a ratfish) had no upper teeth at all.

Ladies and gentlemen, the most metal fish.

(via Laelaps/National Geographic) Art by Ray Troll.

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The term “tear gas” is a misnomer. For one thing, “tear gas” seems to imply something innocuous— you would think it’s just a chemical that makes you tear up. In fact, tear gas is a dangerous, potentially lethal chemical agent which is outlawed under the Chemical Weapons Convention for use during wartime. As the Omega Research Foundation argues: “Less-lethal weapons are presented as more acceptable alternatives to guns. But these weapons augment rather than replace the more lethal weapons. Euphemistic labels are used to create the impression that these weapons represent soft and gentle forms of control. CS is never referred to by the authorities as vomit gas, in spite of its capacity to cause violent retching.” NGO Physicians for Human Rights believes that “ ‘tear gas’ is a misnomer for a group of poisonous gases which, far from being innocuous, have serious acute and longer-term adverse effects on the health of significant numbers of those exposed.”

What is tear gas? Facing Tear Gas (via funeral)

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