the-shark-blog:

j_moskito-293.jpg by jmoskito
Jeffrey Rowe - Gravity Falls Mystery Tour (Oregon and California) 2013

Jeffrey Rowe - Gravity Falls Mystery Tour (Oregon and California) 2013

musclekarpenoctem:

Even Bionicle returned before Homestuck

microwaveburrito:

Listen here kid *takes a long drag from a cigarrette* ain’t nobody heard from that there Homestuck fandom in years. They say most of em went crazy afta some freak accident or some shit with clowns *smashes cigarrette under foot* I hear they all skipped town, found new fandoms…. But there’s a few mad ones left in there I tell ya, and they’ll eat your face boy if you take a one damn step near em

alessandrokeegan:

Alessandro Keegan, Rubedo I, walnut ink, candle soot, charcoal, gouache on paper, 11”x15” 2014

alessandrokeegan:

Alessandro Keegan, Rubedo I, walnut ink, candle soot, charcoal, gouache on paper, 11”x15” 2014

transparentoctopus:

Josef Vachal, seance 1907

transparentoctopus:

Josef Vachal, seance 1907

Time to move on to Charon, comicwork.

abuk-adobels:

"The mask was the most ornate anyone had ever seen – more than just a Kanohi, it was a true work of art. The metallic protodermis from which it was forged was arranged in intricate patterns and designs, each reflecting one of the many cultures that flourished in the universe. The eye slits were angular and pointed, giving him an air of both wisdom and a vague sense of menace."
—Narration, Reign of Shadows

abuk-adobels:

"The mask was the most ornate anyone had ever seen – more than just a Kanohi, it was a true work of art. The metallic protodermis from which it was forged was arranged in intricate patterns and designs, each reflecting one of the many cultures that flourished in the universe. The eye slits were angular and pointed, giving him an air of both wisdom and a vague sense of menace."

—Narration, Reign of Shadows