pixalry:

Legend of Zelda Custom Wall Clock - Created by Justin Moravetz

Available for sale only on Etsy.

kitsune23star:

First a scarf, now a ponytail?! Slow down Nintendo my heart can only handle so much.

triforce-kun:

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miladymidori replied to your post: HAHAHA WOW okay so, I just got back on…

BANISH THEM TO THE VOID BETWEEN DIMENSIONS

Someone gather the Sages so we can seal them

I’m in.

colorfuloddity:

firemen:

firemen:

British people are just now becoming scene and it’s so funny

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I’m never getting over how Britain is consistently 5-10 years behind the US in fashion trends like remember 2007 shows featuring bell bottom jeans and crop tops and 90s hair

remember Rose Tyler

asylum-art:

Angela Rizza Illustration

Artist onTumblr | Facebook | on deviantART |on Behance

Angela Rizza is a freelance artist and illustrator based in New York. She graduated with her BFA in 2011 from the Fashion Institute of Technology and loves illustrating narrative works and characters. Since graduating she has been featured in Level magazine, Imagine FX, Creative Quarterly, Illustration Age, and has done shows for Light Grey Art Lab, and has worked with Bioware. Let’s take a look at some of her artworks.

palehorseblackdog:

Happy Black Dog Day

If “yard sale” were a slang term for gay sex, weekends would be a very confusing time.

blackrabbitsculpture:

Some detail shots of my Ganesha sculpture.

blackrabbitsculpture:

I went through my archives and realized that I pretty much neglected to put photos of this guy all painted up on my Tumblr. Whoops!

So, here’s my interpretation of the Ijiraq (Eye-yee-rock), a shapeshifting monster from Inuit mythology.
It kidnaps children and makes adult hunters lose their way. It can take any form it wishes, most commonly appearing as an Arctic Hare, Polar Bear, Raven or a Tariaksuq (a monster with a Caribou’s head and a man’s body).

Sculpey firm and Apoxie over a wire/foil armature, painted with acrylics.