weaselette-regeneration:

unclefather:

dogpuppy:

I have so many questions

What kind of spa has hot pockets? Why are their walls so thin? Where can I find one of these spas with hot pockets? 

How did he know that they had them? How did he know which wall to break to get to where they were kept?
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sbuehrer:

Got through that faster than I thought.

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albertoguerra:

Illustration of some fishes we have on Yucatan coast


Photoshop CS6 & Wacom tablet 

© UNAM Unidad Académica Sisal  -  2014
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thatfunnyblog:

 
i hate panorama

thatfunnyblog:

 

i hate panorama

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wapiti3:

Contributions to the knowledge of the quadrupeds of America / by A. Wagner on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Publication info Munich, Germany :Königliche Akademie der Wissenschaften,1847-1849
BHL Collections:
Smithsonian Libraries

dis bat b dancin’

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lacma:

whitneymuseum:

From Marsden Hartley to Cindy Sherman, there’s something for everyone in Art Everywhere USCast your vote now and tell us which iconic American artworks you want to see on billboards, trains, and buses across the country—including twenty from the Whitney’s permanent collection.

Vote now: http://bit.ly/1oFgU5J

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philamuseum:

Happy birthday to the American abstract artist Kenneth Noland (1924–2010). According to the art critic Karen Wilkin, “He was one of the great colorists of the 20th century… . He picked up where Matisse left off and moved painting into a new visual language.” We love the colorful stitching on this lithograph from 1991.

Florida Shades,” 1991, by Kenneth Noland

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philamuseum:

Happy birthday to the American abstract artist Kenneth Noland (1924–2010). According to the art critic Karen Wilkin, “He was one of the great colorists of the 20th century… . He picked up where Matisse left off and moved painting into a new visual language.” We love the colorful stitching on this lithograph from 1991.

Florida Shades,” 1991, by Kenneth Noland

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