The Pandemonium
 
 
jaidefinichon:

La crazy esta muy people!

jaidefinichon:

La crazy esta muy people!

slaytanica:

You are beaten, there is no escape.
Don’t make me destroy you.

slaytanica:

You are beaten, there is no escape.

Don’t make me destroy you.

guimenga:

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sixpenceee:

Metalosis Maligna is a fake disease invented by award-winning Dutch filmmaker Floris Kaayk.

According to the mockumentary, Metalosis Maligna occurs when a metal implant has a bad interaction with human body tissues, causing the metal to grow tendrils that eventually puncture the skin from within and destroy it.

I was skimming through the video at first not knowing it was a mockumentary and landed on the part of the man in bed. I nearly died. 

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tasteforthetasteless:

GETOUTOFYOURSKIN-
by Caterina Ciuffoletti

rebel6:

by Rafael Tavares
artissimo:

1920 warlord by jakub rozalskiSpectrum 8: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art
yigers:

animedads:

check out the way this dog’s eye’s open

this dog rocks

yigers:

animedads:

check out the way this dog’s eye’s open

this dog rocks

(Source: rckrbelle)

winchesterson:

perplexingly:

geosaurus:

perplexingly:

Imagine dragons sleeping the same way giraffes do

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Yessss! I wanna draw sleeping dragons tooo

Maybe they sleep like camels…image

or cats…

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or…. uh… snakes?

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Yeeeeaaaaah

Or maybe they sleep on trees

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There is nothing about this post I don’t love

lowfi666:

Occult astrology

corophagia:

The Central Nervous System, containing the brain and spinal cord.

corophagia:

The Central Nervous System, containing the brain and spinal cord.

(Source: 365daysofhorror)

tanookijoe:

I love this joke…

left-hand-black:

AJ Fosik

“Fosik’s feral creations take the shape of fantastic beings that communicate a subversive, anti-religious commentary through the depiction of hyperbolized fictional gods. Nameless, assigned no specific meanings or powers, beholden to no formal faith—real or contrived—Fosik’s idols are not meant to contribute to some grand theological narrative of the artist’s design. They are masterfully made beautiful objects that examine the nature of spiritual iconography through an absence of religious discourse. In this way, Fosik points to the power and scope of man’s innate creativity devoid of divine inspiration.”

– Lainya Magana, Hi-Fructose Magazine, 2010