Behold, A Pale Horse
"I am a creature of the holiest power, of wisdom in the highest and of primal love..." -The Divine Comedy
Behold, A Pale Horse
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jtotheizzoe:

spacetravelco:

Geographical and astronomical illustrations from the mid-1800s
by John Philipps Emslie
(several via the Wellcome Collection)

Imagination makes a hell of a scientific tool.
jtotheizzoe:

spacetravelco:

Geographical and astronomical illustrations from the mid-1800s
by John Philipps Emslie
(several via the Wellcome Collection)

Imagination makes a hell of a scientific tool.
jtotheizzoe:

spacetravelco:

Geographical and astronomical illustrations from the mid-1800s
by John Philipps Emslie
(several via the Wellcome Collection)

Imagination makes a hell of a scientific tool.
jtotheizzoe:

spacetravelco:

Geographical and astronomical illustrations from the mid-1800s
by John Philipps Emslie
(several via the Wellcome Collection)

Imagination makes a hell of a scientific tool.
jtotheizzoe:

spacetravelco:

Geographical and astronomical illustrations from the mid-1800s
by John Philipps Emslie
(several via the Wellcome Collection)

Imagination makes a hell of a scientific tool.
jtotheizzoe:

spacetravelco:

Geographical and astronomical illustrations from the mid-1800s
by John Philipps Emslie
(several via the Wellcome Collection)

Imagination makes a hell of a scientific tool.
jtotheizzoe:

spacetravelco:

Geographical and astronomical illustrations from the mid-1800s
by John Philipps Emslie
(several via the Wellcome Collection)

Imagination makes a hell of a scientific tool.
jtotheizzoe:

spacetravelco:

Geographical and astronomical illustrations from the mid-1800s
by John Philipps Emslie
(several via the Wellcome Collection)

Imagination makes a hell of a scientific tool.
jtotheizzoe:

spacetravelco:

Geographical and astronomical illustrations from the mid-1800s
by John Philipps Emslie
(several via the Wellcome Collection)

Imagination makes a hell of a scientific tool.
jtotheizzoe:

spacetravelco:

Geographical and astronomical illustrations from the mid-1800s
by John Philipps Emslie
(several via the Wellcome Collection)

Imagination makes a hell of a scientific tool.
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"The modow is these days we gotta cheeses on them haters cuase they juast wanna be us."
Friedrich Nietzsche (via auerr)
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paracosmia:

puhakoda:

i don’t get this but it seems meaningful


Golden ratio muh fuh
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archatlas:

Cumberland MD rcruzniemiec
archatlas:

Cumberland MD rcruzniemiec
archatlas:

Cumberland MD rcruzniemiec
archatlas:

Cumberland MD rcruzniemiec
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"I gave myself an assignment: to draw a picture that demonstrates light. Now if you give yourself such an assignment, the first thing you do is escape somewhere, because it is impossible to do. You say that the white piece of paper is the illustration; what else is there to do? But when I put a stroke of ink on the paper, I realized that the black was where the light was not, and then I could really make a drawing, because I could be discerning as to where the light was not, which was where I put the black. Then the picture became absolutely luminous."
Louis Kahn (via archatlas)
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archatlas:

Ink Francesco Sambo
archatlas:

Ink Francesco Sambo
archatlas:

Ink Francesco Sambo
archatlas:

Ink Francesco Sambo
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factsandchicks:

When Dr Seuss was stuck writing his books, he and his editor would go to a secret closet filled with hundreds of hats and wear them till the words came.
source
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wasbella102:

Kenton Nelson.
Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:
wasbella102:

Kenton Nelson.
Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:
wasbella102:

Kenton Nelson.
Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:
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