April 24, 2014
samnpeters:

Feather studies. Graphite. 2014.

samnpeters:

Feather studies. Graphite. 2014.

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April 5, 2014
myartyourartloveandstuff:

#poem #sweet #poetry #art #doodle #drawing #bird #ship #star #campos #mast

myartyourartloveandstuff:

#poem #sweet #poetry #art #doodle #drawing #bird #ship #star #campos #mast

April 5, 2014

crookedindifference:

Happy 80th Birthday, Jane Goodall, From Nat Geo Explorers!

April 5, 2014
canvaspaintings:

blue feathers watercolor illustration art print 8x10 inches botanical style wall decor original art by ArtistaStyle (25.00 USD) http://ift.tt/1cwdIBP

canvaspaintings:

blue feathers watercolor illustration art print 8x10 inches botanical style wall decor original art by ArtistaStyle (25.00 USD) http://ift.tt/1cwdIBP

April 5, 2014

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April 5, 2014

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April 5, 2014
1000drawings:

by Maria L. Pereira

1000drawings:

by Maria L. Pereira

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April 5, 2014

maxkirin:

Writing Advice from: Lewis Carroll ;p

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March 31, 2014

insatiablytaken:

insatiablytaken:

spencestar:

thewavespectra:

Isotope Titanium Lume Ring

The Isotope is all about contrast. The brilliant glow of the lume, and the sharp lines of the titanium create a visual moment that refuses to be ignored.

The special lume material in the Isotope ring soaks up both natural and artificial light and will glow bright green as soon as it is in a low-light environment. Wear it to bed and it will still be glowing when you get up for that 3am visit to the bathroom!

Moonglow Material:

Moonglow is a ultra-high output photoluminesent polycarbonate. It soaks up both natural and artificial light and will glow bright green for hours once it is in a low-light environment. It also a passive-lume material, meaning it absorbs light. It does not generate its own light as radioactive materials such as tritium do.

https://www.touchofmodern.com/sales/black-badger—3/isotope-titanium-lume-ring

NEED

This has some nice potential.

Also, is it body safe? Is it non-porous? Can it be sealed and retain the luminescence? Basically can I make a dildo out of it? And how much would that cost?

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March 30, 2014

March 15, 2014