Mad Marion

Illustrator.

Go look at what I do andwhatthehellisthat
supposedtobe.tumblr.com

tacocatandthepalindrones:

Found a few of Hugh Dancy’s submissions to Carpets for Airports.

The descriptions he gives for each are pretty hilarious so they’re under the cut.

Read More

(Source: palindroned)

(Source: gif-database)

(Source: tyranitarsrampage)

mindoverdemonsandangels:

A brothers love goes beyond blood…

mindoverdemonsandangels:

A brothers love goes beyond blood…

(Source: kingflor)

panovajulia:

ghostlywibes and a barrel

panovajulia:

ghostlywibes and a barrel

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Liam Walker
Tumblr: http://liam-art.tumblr.com/

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Liam Walker

Tumblr: http://liam-art.tumblr.com/

realhousewivesofnightvale:

Don’t wish death on your enemies. Wish geese on them. Wish thousands of geese into their life. Geese in their yard. Geese in their car. Geese in their workplace. Geese in their bed. Tiny geese in their hair. Geese in their food. JPEGs of angry geese overtaking their computer. Turn their whole family into geese. Awful hissy mean geese everywhere. A fate worse than death.

(via knowledgeandink)

darkmtn:

monotypin’

dailytrain:

The Last Train by Mr Baggins on Flickr.
Your Daily Train
long-arm:

Stockton and Darlington No. 25 Derwent in steam. Hackworth’s style of locomotive lived on the S&D longer than on any other railway. Hackworth was an adherent of inclined cylinders and return flue boilers. Long after these design elements went out of style on other railways, they continued in use on the Stockton and Darlington. The Derwent survives today, practically the last of its type in existence. Note the double tenders - as the boiler used return flues, the firebox and smokebox were at the same end. There was a tender for coal and a tender for water at opposite sides of the engine.

long-arm:

Stockton and Darlington No. 25 Derwent in steam. Hackworth’s style of locomotive lived on the S&D longer than on any other railway. Hackworth was an adherent of inclined cylinders and return flue boilers. Long after these design elements went out of style on other railways, they continued in use on the Stockton and Darlington. The Derwent survives today, practically the last of its type in existence. Note the double tenders - as the boiler used return flues, the firebox and smokebox were at the same end. There was a tender for coal and a tender for water at opposite sides of the engine.

arqsa:

Aloneby Egon Kronschnabel

arqsa:

Alone
by Egon Kronschnabel

dreams-of-japan:

stories by Takafumi Goto on Flickr.
sophiefranz:

First ever drypoint!  Woo!

sophiefranz:

First ever drypoint!  Woo!

red-lipstick:

Agnese Kurzemniece (Latvia) - Finding A Balance Nr.2, 2012     Printmaking
http://www.artslant.com/par/works/show/626240-finding-a-balance-nr2

red-lipstick:

Agnese Kurzemniece (Latvia) - Finding A Balance Nr.2, 2012     Printmaking

http://www.artslant.com/par/works/show/626240-finding-a-balance-nr2