Saturday, September 20, 2014
David Bowie as Tilda Swinton, with Tilda Swinton as David Bowie by Jeff Cronenweth

My pitch for the 12th Doctor was Bowie & Swinton as the same Doctor, & just make it flexible for their schedules, so they only have to film half a season each.  That is also my pitch for the 13th, 14th, etc…

David Bowie as Tilda Swinton, with Tilda Swinton as David Bowie by Jeff Cronenweth

My pitch for the 12th Doctor was Bowie & Swinton as the same Doctor, & just make it flexible for their schedules, so they only have to film half a season each. That is also my pitch for the 13th, 14th, etc…

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meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

— Clyde Caldwell
The Hands of Doom

meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

— Clyde Caldwell


The Hands of Doom

meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

— Tim Hildebrandt
Skull Castle

meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

— Tim Hildebrandt


Skull Castle

artisticstuffetc:

#Paintings & Art# Stunning Drawings by Michael Reedy via Tumblr

artisticstuffetc:

#Paintings & Art# Stunning Drawings by Michael Reedy via Tumblr

pixography:

Aleksey Litvishkov

pixography:

Aleksey Litvishkov

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iheartmyart:

Zack Dougherty
Friday, September 19, 2014

thedashinghoodlum:

This was my favorite commercial as a kid

(Source: tampire)

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elmatpe:

KingBot by ArtMagix
Zack: Also skeleton is their word now. We’re supposed to call them bone masters. The Creepy Crimson Horror Artwork of Kult
hungryghoast:

japaneseaesthetics:

Japanese kabuto (samurai war helmet), 17th c, in the shape of a giant dragonfly. Craftsmen covered the underlying iron bowl with papier-mâché over a wooden framework to form the body of the insect, and covered it with lacquer. Wooden wings flare to the sides, while the insect’s eyes are rendered as large golden orbs. In Japan, the dragonfly symbolizes focused endeavor and vigilance because of its manner of moving up, down, and sideways while continuing to face forward. Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

uhhh… AWESOME

hungryghoast:

japaneseaesthetics:

Japanese kabuto (samurai war helmet), 17th c, in the shape of a giant dragonfly. Craftsmen covered the underlying iron bowl with papier-mâché over a wooden framework to form the body of the insect, and covered it with lacquer. Wooden wings flare to the sides, while the insect’s eyes are rendered as large golden orbs. In Japan, the dragonfly symbolizes focused endeavor and vigilance because of its manner of moving up, down, and sideways while continuing to face forward. Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

uhhh… AWESOME