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waveshape:

logan’s run

waveshape:

logan’s run

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Nick Potter

1. The Drowned World’, Oil on Panel, 5.5ft x 7ft, 2014

2. Things Fall Apart’, Oil on Canvas, 4ft x 4ft, 2014.

3. ‘Consider different fading systems’, Oil on Panel, 2ft x 2ft and 2ft x 3ft, 2013

4. Darkness at Noon’, Oil on Canvas, 5.5ft x7ft, 2013.

5. Tiergarten, Oil on Panel, 5.5ft x 7ft, 2012.

6. Mega Block A. Oil on Panel, 3ft x 4ft, 2010.

7.Dolce Dystopia, Oil on Canvas, 5.5ft x 7ft, 2010

8. A Short Period of Light Before the Dark, Oil on Panel, 3ft x 4ft, 2009.

9. Lobby A, Oil on Panel, 3ft x 4ft, 2009.

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oliblanchette:

Tour de france cyclist, animated!

oliblanchette:

Tour de france cyclist, animated!

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generic-art:

William Wegman, Untitled, 1996

generic-art:

William Wegman, Untitled, 1996

3leapfrogs:

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(Source: a-na5, via thouartadeadthing)

toocatsoriginals:

F/A-18F Super Hornet of Strike Fighter Squadron VFA-102 on the aircraft carrier USS George Washington - June 2, 2014.
Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Benjamin K. Kittleson
via Department of Defense

toocatsoriginals:

F/A-18F Super Hornet of Strike Fighter Squadron VFA-102 on the aircraft carrier USS George Washington - June 2, 2014.

Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Benjamin K. Kittleson

via Department of Defense

(via jets-break-the-soundbarrier)

themagicfarawayttree:

Christian Schloe

themagicfarawayttree:

Christian Schloe

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cosmicwolfstorm:

06 by Cuba Lee
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(Source: kidmograph)

Every star is a sun as big, as bright, as our own. Just imagine, how far away from us you’d have to move the sun to make it appear as small and faint as a star. The light from the stars travels very fast. Faster than anything. But not infinitely fast. It takes time for their light to reach us. For the nearest ones, it takes years. For others, centuries. Some stars are so far away it takes eons for their light to get to Earth.

By the time the light from some stars gets here they are already dead. For those stars, we see only their ghosts. We see their light, but their bodies perished long, long ago.

- Episode 5: A Sky Full Of Ghosts, Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey

(Source: child-of-thecosmos, via memewhore)

70sscifiart:

Sci-fi sword-wielders.

Art by Peter Andrew Jones, Richard Corben, Don Maitz, Richard Hescox, and Boris Vallejo.

(via culturaldictionaryofdick)

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