September 9, 2014
lunacylover:

Alphonse Mucha (Czech, 1860-1939)

lunacylover:

Alphonse Mucha (Czech, 1860-1939)

(Source: sypka.cz, via sheofthelefthand)

September 6, 2014

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August 30, 2014
I’m ready to leave the Solar System #iMissPluto

I’m ready to leave the Solar System #iMissPluto

August 29, 2014
70sscifiart:

via Swords & Stitchery

70sscifiart:

via Swords & Stitchery

August 28, 2014

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August 20, 2014
Ever want to fight a racial stereotype? Play DJ Boy!

Ever want to fight a racial stereotype? Play DJ Boy!

August 20, 2014
pidgeonsandpeeps:

Gold Mountain by JablonskiPiotr

pidgeonsandpeeps:

Gold Mountain by JablonskiPiotr

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August 19, 2014
oktotally:

lolamofl

oktotally:

lolamofl

August 8, 2014

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August 6, 2014
wwe:

Welcome to the World
If you’ve yet to have the pleasure of meeting him, this is Stardust. He’s a fan of the cosmos, gold, and long walks in the park (we assume). Check back every Wednesday in August for the Summer of Stardust: a celebration of WWE’s newest bizarre star.

wwe:

Welcome to the World

If you’ve yet to have the pleasure of meeting him, this is Stardust. He’s a fan of the cosmos, gold, and long walks in the park (we assume). Check back every Wednesday in August for the Summer of Stardust: a celebration of WWE’s newest bizarre star.

August 6, 2014
real-ize:

壞人

real-ize:

壞人

(Source: inevitablydopemind)

August 1, 2014
jormungandr:

Never forget

jormungandr:

Never forget

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July 31, 2014

sciencefriday:

Dune was one of those rare novels that inspired visions, great characters, and action, alien creatures never imagined, a planet whose starkness was particularly appealing to me.”

John Schoenherr on his amazing Dune artwork. See more here.

(via doctordune)

July 30, 2014

peashooter85:

The Sjogren Inertia Semi-Automatic Shotgun,

One of the first semi-automatic shotguns invented, the unique Sjogren was the creation of Swedish inventor Carl Axel Theodor Sjogren.  Unlike most if not all other longarms, the Sjogren used what is essentially a recoil operated slide, like on a modern semi-automatic pistol.  When fired, recoil from the discharge would force the slide back, which traveled on a set of rails.  When the slide was forced back, the empty shell was ejected and a new shell was loaded from its five round tubular magazine.  

Originally the Sjogren was designed as a .30 caliber military rifle, and submitted to the British Army as well as other militaries.  All rejected the design, seeing it as too complex, as well as too costly.  Without being able to secure a military contract, Sjogren focused on producing shotguns using his inertia system.  Between 1908 and 1909 around 5,000 Sjogren shotguns were produced by the Danish firm Haandvaabenverksäderna.  Unfortunately the design never took off, mostly due to price, as the Sjogren cost substantially more than the common double barrel or pump action shotgun.

(Source: guns.com, via marquisdemontmatre)

July 26, 2014

unknownspacepioneer:

Le Pater

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