fuckmetodubstep:

19th century lyre - human skull, antelope horn, skin, gut, hair - Metropolitan Museum of Art (Accession Number: 89.4.1268)

fuckmetodubstep:

19th century lyre - human skull, antelope horn, skin, gut, hair - Metropolitan Museum of Art (Accession Number: 89.4.1268)

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arctic-monkeys-of-the-stone-age:

misfitsoul:

Interviewer: What’s it like for you guys?  Has it been sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll?  That stuff?
Josh Homme: Six drugs?  There’s been more than that.
Josh Homme: I need to hear that question again.  I’m sorry.
Dave Grohl: Why?  That was the best answer you could possibly have given.

The interviewer was from new zealand

arctic-monkeys-of-the-stone-age:

misfitsoul:

Interviewer: What’s it like for you guys?  Has it been sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll?  That stuff?

Josh Homme: Six drugs?  There’s been more than that.

Josh Homme: I need to hear that question again.  I’m sorry.

Dave Grohl: Why?  That was the best answer you could possibly have given.

The interviewer was from new zealand

(Source: joshua-femme, via juodaanviinaa)

dakotamcfadzean:

A rare delicacy. 

dakotamcfadzean:

A rare delicacy. 

(Source: blog.dakotamcfadzean.com)

disfiguredstick:

50 RICKS! 50 GOD DAMN RICKS! THEY’RE ALL DONE. THEY’RE ALL HERE. RICKS!!

disfiguredstick:

50 MORTY’S! 50 REPLACEMENT MORTY’S! GET YOUR MORTY’S HERE!

70sscifiart:

"Here is an interesting duo of images to compare, but I’m at a loss to describe how or why they came to be this way.

The top image is an inked and nearly finished comic cover by Gil Kane. It functions well as a cover ready for production—coloring, adding the issue #, price and DC logo. But it never went ‘beyond’ that stage (a pun that is stillborn) … but the bottom image is the same cover, rendered completely by Neal Adams, and made its way to the comic spinners where I bought it 42 years ago.

Okay, so why wasn’t Kane’s cover used, though you can see the title changed, and actually Neal Adam’s cover is better because the angle of the comet earth is more acute, aiming right for our intrepid moon men, and the angle of the scene puts them in more imminent danger. Was Kane’s rejected? But why not have him redraw it? A whole bunch of other meaningless questions come to mind, but all I know is—any answers might stagger the imagination and would come from … BEYOND the UNKNOWN!”

~ The Pictorial Arts

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jayjayvanzz:

I think I won the entire game

jayjayvanzz:

I think I won the entire game

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