Fictitious

ask me.

hominisaevum:

Reclining Pan, c.1535
Attributed to Francesco da Sangallo, Italian, 1494–1576
St. Louis Art Museum
Pan lies on a rocky bed surrounded by vines, grape clusters, and a slithery salamander. Carved from marble in this sculpture, Pan the satyr, a half-human, half-goat creature of mythology is very well known for his bad behavior. 
(Perfect placement, don’t you think?)

Uh I want this sculpture

hominisaevum:

Reclining Pan, c.1535

Attributed to Francesco da Sangallo, Italian, 1494–1576

St. Louis Art Museum

Pan lies on a rocky bed surrounded by vines, grape clusters, and a slithery salamander. Carved from marble in this sculpture, Pan the satyr, a half-human, half-goat creature of mythology is very well known for his bad behavior. 

(Perfect placement, don’t you think?)

Uh I want this sculpture

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dethjunkie:

https://devaki-knowles.squarespace.com/blog/
nevver:

Never quit
shadyufo:

Still Water

shadyufo:

Still Water

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ragingbitchfest:

stylinfcuk:

laughing so hard because this is so accurate

We used AIM but same thing.

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ancientart:

A Mixtec funerary mask from Grave No. 7, Monte Alban, Mexico.

Courtesy of & currently located at the Regional Museum of Oaxaca, Mexico. Photos taken by Anagoria via the Wiki Commons.

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“This is not your problem. You have your own body to deal with. The lamp by the bed is broken. You are feeling things he’s no longer in touch with. And everyone is speaking softly, so as not to wake one another. The wind knocks the heads of the flowers together. Steam rises from every cup at every table at once. Things happen all the time, things happen every minute that have nothing to do with us.”

—   Richard Siken, “A Primer for the Small Weird Loves” (via rhymine)

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ryanmatthewcohn:

Ryan Matthew’s Collection. Photo by Sergio Royzen.

ryanmatthewcohn:

Ryan Matthew’s Collection. Photo by Sergio Royzen.

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When I have a lot of work that I should be doing:

lolthatsme:

image

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Lovely bright hand coloured plates in The Language of Flowers printed in 1834 - sadly one is a bit smudged? 

Fascinating never the less after 180 years

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aseaofquotes:

Sylvia Plath, “A Mad Girl’s Love Song”

aseaofquotes:

Sylvia Plath, “A Mad Girl’s Love Song”

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gohomekiki:

I ask the American commentators, please stop announcing that Landon Donovan is the “all-time U.S. leading goal scorer.” He is not. With 57 international goals, he’s not even in the Top Five. The all-time U.S. leading goal scorer is Abby Wambach, with 167 goals, followed by Mia Hamm (158), Kristine Lilly (130), Michelle Akers (105) and Tiffeny Milbrett (100). In fact, Abby Wambach is the all-time leading goal scorer in the world, among all soccer players, male or female. (via World Cup Soccer Stats Erase The Sport’s Most Dominant Players: Women)

gohomekiki:

I ask the American commentators, please stop announcing that Landon Donovan is the “all-time U.S. leading goal scorer.” He is not. With 57 international goals, he’s not even in the Top Five. The all-time U.S. leading goal scorer is Abby Wambach, with 167 goals, followed by Mia Hamm (158), Kristine Lilly (130), Michelle Akers (105) and Tiffeny Milbrett (100). In fact, Abby Wambach is the all-time leading goal scorer in the world, among all soccer players, male or female. (via World Cup Soccer Stats Erase The Sport’s Most Dominant Players: Women)

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