TeflonSky
TeflonSky
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designstroy:

(via WhitworthFamily.org)
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theloniousgrimm:

Willoughby’s Traveling Tub
Willoughby loved to travel. His preferred mode of travel was neither plane nor train, nor bicycle, unicycle or or motorcycle. He hated the automobile, though not as much as hot air balloon. “Boats would be wonderful” he thought “except for all that floating about on pools and ponds and oceans of water.” 
No, when Willoughby traveled, he traveled by bathtub. There are bathtubs for bathing, and bathtubs for swimming. But a bathtub for traveling, well that’s something else entirely.  So on days when the world seemed far to ordinary, simple and cold, Willoughby would board his traveling tub in hopes of seeing someplace extraordinary.
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scientificillustration:

Anatomy of the South American tapir (Tapirus terrestris)
From: Anatomie comparée By Baron Georges Cuvier 1769-1832 
scientificillustration:

Anatomy of the South American tapir (Tapirus terrestris)
From: Anatomie comparée By Baron Georges Cuvier 1769-1832 
scientificillustration:

Anatomy of the South American tapir (Tapirus terrestris)
From: Anatomie comparée By Baron Georges Cuvier 1769-1832 
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sextuplet:

Kevin Sloan » “Abundance: Oranges” 
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spectacularuniverse:

From ‘A System of Anatomical Plates of the Human Body’ by John Lizars, published in Edinburgh, 1822.
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marcedith:

… Lee Boyd…
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showslow:

Bryan Nash Gill, Woodcuts
showslow:

Bryan Nash Gill, Woodcuts
showslow:

Bryan Nash Gill, Woodcuts
showslow:

Bryan Nash Gill, Woodcuts
showslow:

Bryan Nash Gill, Woodcuts
showslow:

Bryan Nash Gill, Woodcuts
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designstroy:

Tad Carpenter
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vvaterblogged:

Emily Blincoe
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damaximosguyart:

Here it is! The result of long hours of labor in Illustrator
my dissection of a dogfish shark
I haven’t slept in over 24 hours c: