1. wow, what did she have for lunch?

    (Source: kyannibalism, via mudwerks)

     
  2. muscavomitoria:

    Dr. Lakra. Untitled (Murcielago y Demonio), 2006. Ink on vintage magazine.

    (via drtuesdaygjohnson)

     
  3. mudwerks:

    (via Adventures in the Print Trade: Animal grace: Norbertine Bresslern Roth)

    Norbertine Bresslern-Roth - Kampf (Linocut, 1923)

     
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  5. Henri René Albert Guy de Maupassant (5 August 1850 – 6 July 1893) was a popular 19th-century French writer, considered one of the fathers of the modern short story and one of the form’s finest exponents.

    theshipthatflew:

    Illustration by Anna and Elena Balbusso for Le Horla by G. de Maupassant

    via colourbomb

     
  6. darksilenceinsuburbia:

    Bathing Beauties. Muskoka, Ontario, ca. 1909.

    (via mudwerks)

     
  7. dulltooldimbulb:

    Salesman Samples for Matchbooks circa 1940  CREDIT: Collection Jim Linderman

    Dull Tool Dim Bulb

     
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  9. hoodoothatvoodoo:

    ‘The Little Mermaid’ Drawing, 1932, by Jeannie Harbour for the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen.

    (via mudwerks)

     
  10. octopoda:

    Artist: Will Santino.

     
  11. mudwerks:

    Jolanda 05 (by micky the pixel)

    Jolanda - La filia de mare / Heft-Reihe
    La bella fuggitiva
    Elvipress (Mailand / Italien; 1970)

     
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  13. thefindesiecle:

    Gustav Klimt-Mermaids (1899).

    {via littlemachine}

    (via architecturalarbiter)

     
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  15. journalofanobody:

    “The kachido, “walking people”, dive in shallow water, usually from the shore, and toss their catch in a floating wooden tub; the funado, “ship people”, older and more experienced, dive in deeper water from an anchored boat.” (Luis Marden, National Geographic, 1971)

    (via larboardwatch)