Junk.
This blog is primarily things I can draw inspiration from, the rest are things that amuse me or that I find interesting, this is a basic personal blog.

I am a 21 year old artist living in Washington. I plan to go community college this fall to get my AFA. My goals in life also include getting a car and moving the hell out of my father's house. I work as a hostess at a sushi restaurant, and it's forced me to pick up basic phrases in Korean, Japanese and Spanish, I love it.

The pieces of art I've created have been surreal or just playing with patterns and shape. My goals as an artist are to make scenes where the onlooker feels or see's exactly what they're looking for. One of my favorite things when I'm playing with ink pen is for people to see objects when I'm almost mindlessly drawing. I also love how one piece of my art gets so many reactions and questions, ranging from "That is fucking creepy!" to "I love how the eyes follow you!"

I want my work to reflect my empathy and the extremes of emotions that I am capable of experiencing.

My latest project is to help broaden my abilities and understanding of the worlds art and it's history. It's also based around my love of lore, demons and deities. The main goal is to have a subject and let their portrait or scene I've placed them in reflect the culture I've chosen for them. I've also made a rule for myself that the deity cannot be an actual portrayal of one that already exists in the culture.

I'll be making a separate blog where my art and progress will be recorded.
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wapiti3:

Travel in East Africa in the years 1903-1905: with funds from the Hermann and Elise born Heckmann Wentzel Foundation: Scientific results / By Voeltzkow, Alfred, 1860 - on Flickr.
Publication info Stuttgart: E. Swiss Bartsche Verlagsbuchhandlung 1906 - 1923. BHL Collections: Smithsonian Libraries
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Travel in East Africa in the years 1903-1905: with funds from the Hermann and Elise born Heckmann Wentzel Foundation: Scientific results / By Voeltzkow, Alfred, 1860 - on Flickr.
Publication info Stuttgart: E. Swiss Bartsche Verlagsbuchhandlung 1906 - 1923. BHL Collections: Smithsonian Libraries
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Travel in East Africa in the years 1903-1905: with funds from the Hermann and Elise born Heckmann Wentzel Foundation: Scientific results / By Voeltzkow, Alfred, 1860 - on Flickr.
Publication info Stuttgart: E. Swiss Bartsche Verlagsbuchhandlung 1906 - 1923. BHL Collections: Smithsonian Libraries
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Travel in East Africa in the years 1903-1905: with funds from the Hermann and Elise born Heckmann Wentzel Foundation: Scientific results / By Voeltzkow, Alfred, 1860 - on Flickr.
Publication info Stuttgart: E. Swiss Bartsche Verlagsbuchhandlung 1906 - 1923. BHL Collections: Smithsonian Libraries
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Artist Name: Ffion Amelia Snaith
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Ayu Nakata
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wearemtblog:

One of the coolest hidden features on UM’s campus is the Philip L. Wright Zoological Museum. The museum contains more than 24,000 specimens of vertebrates, including birds, mammals and fish. It is the largest zoological collection in Montana and one of the major zoological collections representing the Northern Rocky Mountains.
These photos feature some of the beautiful specimens in the collection, as well as former curator David Dyer and Emily Graslie before she moved her educational YouTube show “The Brain Scoop” to the renowned Field Museum in Chicago.
Photos by Todd Goodrich, originally shot for Montanan: The Magazine of The University of Montana.

Oh, I was not at all expecting to be bulldozed by nostalgia this morning. I miss you, Montana. I’ll love that Museum till the end of my days.
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wearemtblog:

One of the coolest hidden features on UM’s campus is the Philip L. Wright Zoological Museum. The museum contains more than 24,000 specimens of vertebrates, including birds, mammals and fish. It is the largest zoological collection in Montana and one of the major zoological collections representing the Northern Rocky Mountains.
These photos feature some of the beautiful specimens in the collection, as well as former curator David Dyer and Emily Graslie before she moved her educational YouTube show “The Brain Scoop” to the renowned Field Museum in Chicago.
Photos by Todd Goodrich, originally shot for Montanan: The Magazine of The University of Montana.

Oh, I was not at all expecting to be bulldozed by nostalgia this morning. I miss you, Montana. I’ll love that Museum till the end of my days.
thebrainscoop:

wearemtblog:

One of the coolest hidden features on UM’s campus is the Philip L. Wright Zoological Museum. The museum contains more than 24,000 specimens of vertebrates, including birds, mammals and fish. It is the largest zoological collection in Montana and one of the major zoological collections representing the Northern Rocky Mountains.
These photos feature some of the beautiful specimens in the collection, as well as former curator David Dyer and Emily Graslie before she moved her educational YouTube show “The Brain Scoop” to the renowned Field Museum in Chicago.
Photos by Todd Goodrich, originally shot for Montanan: The Magazine of The University of Montana.

Oh, I was not at all expecting to be bulldozed by nostalgia this morning. I miss you, Montana. I’ll love that Museum till the end of my days.
thebrainscoop:

wearemtblog:

One of the coolest hidden features on UM’s campus is the Philip L. Wright Zoological Museum. The museum contains more than 24,000 specimens of vertebrates, including birds, mammals and fish. It is the largest zoological collection in Montana and one of the major zoological collections representing the Northern Rocky Mountains.
These photos feature some of the beautiful specimens in the collection, as well as former curator David Dyer and Emily Graslie before she moved her educational YouTube show “The Brain Scoop” to the renowned Field Museum in Chicago.
Photos by Todd Goodrich, originally shot for Montanan: The Magazine of The University of Montana.

Oh, I was not at all expecting to be bulldozed by nostalgia this morning. I miss you, Montana. I’ll love that Museum till the end of my days.
thebrainscoop:

wearemtblog:

One of the coolest hidden features on UM’s campus is the Philip L. Wright Zoological Museum. The museum contains more than 24,000 specimens of vertebrates, including birds, mammals and fish. It is the largest zoological collection in Montana and one of the major zoological collections representing the Northern Rocky Mountains.
These photos feature some of the beautiful specimens in the collection, as well as former curator David Dyer and Emily Graslie before she moved her educational YouTube show “The Brain Scoop” to the renowned Field Museum in Chicago.
Photos by Todd Goodrich, originally shot for Montanan: The Magazine of The University of Montana.

Oh, I was not at all expecting to be bulldozed by nostalgia this morning. I miss you, Montana. I’ll love that Museum till the end of my days.
thebrainscoop:

wearemtblog:

One of the coolest hidden features on UM’s campus is the Philip L. Wright Zoological Museum. The museum contains more than 24,000 specimens of vertebrates, including birds, mammals and fish. It is the largest zoological collection in Montana and one of the major zoological collections representing the Northern Rocky Mountains.
These photos feature some of the beautiful specimens in the collection, as well as former curator David Dyer and Emily Graslie before she moved her educational YouTube show “The Brain Scoop” to the renowned Field Museum in Chicago.
Photos by Todd Goodrich, originally shot for Montanan: The Magazine of The University of Montana.

Oh, I was not at all expecting to be bulldozed by nostalgia this morning. I miss you, Montana. I’ll love that Museum till the end of my days.
thebrainscoop:

wearemtblog:

One of the coolest hidden features on UM’s campus is the Philip L. Wright Zoological Museum. The museum contains more than 24,000 specimens of vertebrates, including birds, mammals and fish. It is the largest zoological collection in Montana and one of the major zoological collections representing the Northern Rocky Mountains.
These photos feature some of the beautiful specimens in the collection, as well as former curator David Dyer and Emily Graslie before she moved her educational YouTube show “The Brain Scoop” to the renowned Field Museum in Chicago.
Photos by Todd Goodrich, originally shot for Montanan: The Magazine of The University of Montana.

Oh, I was not at all expecting to be bulldozed by nostalgia this morning. I miss you, Montana. I’ll love that Museum till the end of my days.
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arrogant-elegant:

Greg Kadel for VOGUE Germany
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"Dream Catcher " - Etam Cru via European Foundation for Urban Culture.
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"Dream Catcher " - Etam Cru via European Foundation for Urban Culture.
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"Dream Catcher " - Etam Cru via European Foundation for Urban Culture.
Lustik:  twitter | pinterest | etsy
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Art Made From A Pile Of Junk - Video
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nemfrog:

Nauplius. Youth forms of six crab-fish. (Crustacean larvae.) Ernst Haeckel. 1876.
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wilburwhateley:

Valente Celle Tomb, 1893,The Staglieno Cemetery, Genoa - ItalySculptor: Giulio Monteverde ( 1837 -1917)(Close-up)
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fehyesvintagemanga:

Igarashi Yumiko
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groteleur:

See if you can even recognize these models when they are caught without their makeup on!
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