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vintagegal:

Victorian Metamorphic postcards c. 1910s

Top image is All Is Vanity by Charles Allan Gilbert (1892)

vintagegal:

Creature From the Black Lagoon (1954)

vintagegal:

Creature From the Black Lagoon (1954)

vintagegal:

Pierre Dénys de Montfort’s “Poulpe Colossal”  (1802)
mothgirlwings:

The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)  French poster

mothgirlwings:

The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)  French poster

furiesandshadows:

“This tattoo is a geologic cross section, which was a final project for a structural geology course I had while studying a semester at Humboldt State University. It is a graphical representation of rock types found in a slice of a mountain chain, created from a geographical map of the ground surface”. Helen Malenda
Photographed by Carl Zimmer

Great idea

furiesandshadows:

“This tattoo is a geologic cross section, which was a final project for a structural geology course I had while studying a semester at Humboldt State University. It is a graphical representation of rock types found in a slice of a mountain chain, created from a geographical map of the ground surface”. Helen Malenda

Photographed by Carl Zimmer

Great idea

lohrien:

Illustrations by Simona Cordero 

arsetculture:

Moonlight Meeting






8” X 8”, acrylic on wood… http://bit.ly/PkN9mX @danmayart

arsetculture:

Moonlight Meeting


8” X 8”, acrylic on wood… http://bit.ly/PkN9mX @danmayart

oldbookillustrations:

Cotopaxi in eruption in 1743.

From Travels amongst the great Andes of the equator, by  Edward Whymper, New York, 1892.

(Source: archive.org)

Geology

oldbookillustrations:

Cotopaxi in eruption in 1743.

From Travels amongst the great Andes of the equator, by Edward Whymper, New York, 1892.

(Source: archive.org)

Geology

turecepcja:

Digital Painting by Charlie Terrell

Fantastic work