1. breakingbadfriends:

    Breaking Bad Blu-ray covers, as illustrated by Ralph Steadman

    Ralph Steadman has joined up with Vince Gilligan to create limited edition Blu-ray steelbooks for all six seasons of Breaking Bad. Walter, Jesse, Gus, Mike, Hank and Saul each feature on a cover. They will go on sale from February 2015.

    (via dank-nastoid)

  2. (Source: fuctaculon, via mothersworry)

  3. youth-racket:

    vintage japanese matchbox

    (via mothersworry)

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  5. artisafeeling:

    Carving Stage

    Jupiter Street

    The Thin Veil Players

    -Chris Mars

    (via publicdomaindrivein)

  6. likeafieldmouse:

    Rob Pruitt - Multiple Personalities: Suicide Paintings (2014)

    (via oxane)

  7. magictransistor:

    समुद्र बहिरी ससाणा

  8. oliviafrankenstein:

    Day 14 : skulls! Here is part of a poster that I got when I went to new york. #tpgoctober

  9. inneroptics:

    john Gutmann

  10. dellamortes:

    Terrorvision (1986)

    (via therewasaholehereitsgonenow)

  11. devilduck:

    “Choose a Neat, Becoming Haircut.”

    From Improving Your Health, 1961. 

    (Source: newhousebooks, via bonestoneandwood)

  13. littlelimpstiff14u2:

    The Lifelike and Bizarre Life size Sculptures of Tom Kuebler

    There are high-detail life sculptors out there who provide an awesome caliber of realism; sculpture so life-like that even under the closest scrutiny you expect it to move. This kind of art requires the mastery of many mediums, and while I strive to achieve that mastery, realism is secondary to the focus of the work. I want to tell wild stories in a single three-dimensional portrait and literally flesh out a biography with hair, clothing, trinkets, teeth and fingernails, etc. To me, what is most important is to create “the character” first and foremost, because all of the special effects in the world can’t save you if you start with a lousy script.

    (via doctor-sardonicus)

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  15. museum-of-artifacts:

    Plague Cover. As protection against the disease doctors wore a leather gown with a wrap and a mask. Herbs or sponges soaked with vinegar were put into a beak-like protrusion in order to filter the air.

    (via trazgoh)