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snubpollard:

You might remember Keigo Shinzo from this roundtable with Taiyō Matsumoto and Inio Asano which made the rounds a few weeks back; here he draws a pair of lovers fucking maniacally while Godzilla smashes their town. Note that this is *not* dōjinshi, but the artist’s contribution to a special all-Godzilla issue of the mainstream seinen magazine Big Comic Original.

(Godzilla Couple, Keigo Shinzo)

What else are you gonna do when the Big G rolls into town?

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mopinks:

zodar:

tumblr alt culture might tend towards the self-important and it’s cathartic to make fun of it every once and a while, but ultimately it’s a harmless, if not outright positive, force. it’s giving a bunch of weird teens emotional support, community, and an outlet for…

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erikkwakkel:

Funny medieval doodles

With their wild hair and frantic gaze, these doodled men look like fools. They are waving as if to seek contact with the reader. The thing is, the reader is busy singing and listening to a sermon. That is because these 800-year-old images are found in a Missal, a book used during Holy Mass. What a shock it must have been for the serious user of the book, to flip the page and suddenly find yourself face to face with these funny creatures. And what a great contrast: a serious book with silly drawings.

Pic: Paris, Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève, MS 95 (Missal, 12th century). More about the manuscript here.

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manifest05:

The Islamic Development Bank in Jeddah by Mohammed Makiya in 1993. The 20 storey tower was designed by one of the most prominent Middle Eastern architects and applies classical Hejazi influences. Makiya plays with the openness of the building with the exposed octagonal courtyard that cuts straight through the offices. It contains grand atria, beautiful fountains, and arabesque screens. The screens recall the graceful wooden lattice of the mashrabiyat of the nearby Al-Balad, the traditional center of Jeddah. The lattice regulates the potent sunlight and bends it to create beautiful patterns. The building allows for the reinventing and globalization of the city without forgetting its beautiful past.

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milonogiannis:

it’s one of those days

milonogiannis:

it’s one of those days

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blackfashion:

Formal Attire for business conference meeting
Julian, 22, Atlanta
his Tumblr, Instagram
Photo by Simply Sir
Submitted by: (Candidinatlanta.tumblr.com) 

Dang, that textured suit!

blackfashion:

Formal Attire for business conference meeting

Julian, 22, Atlanta

his Tumblr, Instagram

Photo by Simply Sir

Submitted by: (Candidinatlanta.tumblr.com

Dang, that textured suit!

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victoriousvocabulary:

ADURO
[verb]
1. I kindle, set fire to.
2. I singe, scorch, burn.
3. to set fire to, burn, singe, kindle, light. 
Etymology: Latin ad, “near, at” + uro, “to burn, consume, inflame”.
[Eric Fortune - Day of Dissonance]

victoriousvocabulary:

ADURO

[verb]

1. I kindle, set fire to.

2. I singe, scorch, burn.

3. to set fire to, burn, singe, kindle, light. 

Etymology: Latin ad, “near, at” + uro, “to burn, consume, inflame”.

[Eric Fortune - Day of Dissonance]

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(Source: johnnythehorse)

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victoriousvocabulary:

REVENANT
[noun]
1. a person who returns.
2. a person who returns, supposedly from the dead.
3. a person who returns as a spirit after death; ghost.
Etymology: from French for ghost, from revenir, “to come back”, from Latin revenīre, from re- prefix for “again” + venīre, “to come”.
[Lenka Simeckova - Ghosts]

victoriousvocabulary:

REVENANT

[noun]

1. a person who returns.

2. a person who returns, supposedly from the dead.

3. a person who returns as a spirit after death; ghost.

Etymology: from French for ghost, from revenir, “to come back”, from Latin revenīre, from re- prefix for “again” + venīre, “to come”.

[Lenka Simeckova - Ghosts]

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inhaleaggression:

alwaysstarwars:

Super cool artwork by Japanese illustrator Noriyoshi Ohrai

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