DI VARIKA
DI VARIKA
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ianbrooks:

Map Monsters by Susan Cirigliano
In Susan’s geography class, she assists her kids learning their countries of the world by encouraging them to find the monsters lurking within. It’s a very cool mnemonic device to help kids remember, sure, but when I did this in school they said I had ADD.

(source: instructables)
ianbrooks:

Map Monsters by Susan Cirigliano
In Susan’s geography class, she assists her kids learning their countries of the world by encouraging them to find the monsters lurking within. It’s a very cool mnemonic device to help kids remember, sure, but when I did this in school they said I had ADD.

(source: instructables)
ianbrooks:

Map Monsters by Susan Cirigliano
In Susan’s geography class, she assists her kids learning their countries of the world by encouraging them to find the monsters lurking within. It’s a very cool mnemonic device to help kids remember, sure, but when I did this in school they said I had ADD.

(source: instructables)
ianbrooks:

Map Monsters by Susan Cirigliano
In Susan’s geography class, she assists her kids learning their countries of the world by encouraging them to find the monsters lurking within. It’s a very cool mnemonic device to help kids remember, sure, but when I did this in school they said I had ADD.

(source: instructables)
ianbrooks:

Map Monsters by Susan Cirigliano
In Susan’s geography class, she assists her kids learning their countries of the world by encouraging them to find the monsters lurking within. It’s a very cool mnemonic device to help kids remember, sure, but when I did this in school they said I had ADD.

(source: instructables)
ianbrooks:

Map Monsters by Susan Cirigliano
In Susan’s geography class, she assists her kids learning their countries of the world by encouraging them to find the monsters lurking within. It’s a very cool mnemonic device to help kids remember, sure, but when I did this in school they said I had ADD.

(source: instructables)
ianbrooks:

Map Monsters by Susan Cirigliano
In Susan’s geography class, she assists her kids learning their countries of the world by encouraging them to find the monsters lurking within. It’s a very cool mnemonic device to help kids remember, sure, but when I did this in school they said I had ADD.

(source: instructables)
ianbrooks:

Map Monsters by Susan Cirigliano
In Susan’s geography class, she assists her kids learning their countries of the world by encouraging them to find the monsters lurking within. It’s a very cool mnemonic device to help kids remember, sure, but when I did this in school they said I had ADD.

(source: instructables)
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troubleeveryday:

HÉLIO OITICICA - Seja Marginal, Seja Herói 1968
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boyirl:

White eye (Pool Serie), 2013 acrylic on canvasYang-Tsung Fan
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Liguria stanca, sensazioni di un giugno risicato
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Girl on a Red Carpet, Felice Casorati, 1912.
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fieldmuseumphotoarchives:

Taxidermy Tuesday, peek in to the Taxidermy shop where a warthog is getting its finishing touches.
© The Field Museum, Z83035.
Leon Walters and others in taxidermy shop with alligator, warthog and other models.
5x7 negative
7/1/1945 
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nubbsgalore:

photos by lui weber of a pink underwing moth larva (phyllodes imperialis), which, when threatened, rears its anterior body segments and curls in its actual head to reveal markings otherwise hidden in a fold skin that resemble giants eyes and teeth. a second set of markings that resemble reptilian eyes can also be seen when not in its defensive crouch.  
found in the australian rainforest, where it lives in and survives on the vine carronia multisepalea, this caterpillar is listed as an endangered species, due largely to habitat loss from logging.
(see also: entomology from old blog)
nubbsgalore:

photos by lui weber of a pink underwing moth larva (phyllodes imperialis), which, when threatened, rears its anterior body segments and curls in its actual head to reveal markings otherwise hidden in a fold skin that resemble giants eyes and teeth. a second set of markings that resemble reptilian eyes can also be seen when not in its defensive crouch.  
found in the australian rainforest, where it lives in and survives on the vine carronia multisepalea, this caterpillar is listed as an endangered species, due largely to habitat loss from logging.
(see also: entomology from old blog)
nubbsgalore:

photos by lui weber of a pink underwing moth larva (phyllodes imperialis), which, when threatened, rears its anterior body segments and curls in its actual head to reveal markings otherwise hidden in a fold skin that resemble giants eyes and teeth. a second set of markings that resemble reptilian eyes can also be seen when not in its defensive crouch.  
found in the australian rainforest, where it lives in and survives on the vine carronia multisepalea, this caterpillar is listed as an endangered species, due largely to habitat loss from logging.
(see also: entomology from old blog)
nubbsgalore:

photos by lui weber of a pink underwing moth larva (phyllodes imperialis), which, when threatened, rears its anterior body segments and curls in its actual head to reveal markings otherwise hidden in a fold skin that resemble giants eyes and teeth. a second set of markings that resemble reptilian eyes can also be seen when not in its defensive crouch.  
found in the australian rainforest, where it lives in and survives on the vine carronia multisepalea, this caterpillar is listed as an endangered species, due largely to habitat loss from logging.
(see also: entomology from old blog)
nubbsgalore:

photos by lui weber of a pink underwing moth larva (phyllodes imperialis), which, when threatened, rears its anterior body segments and curls in its actual head to reveal markings otherwise hidden in a fold skin that resemble giants eyes and teeth. a second set of markings that resemble reptilian eyes can also be seen when not in its defensive crouch.  
found in the australian rainforest, where it lives in and survives on the vine carronia multisepalea, this caterpillar is listed as an endangered species, due largely to habitat loss from logging.
(see also: entomology from old blog)
nubbsgalore:

photos by lui weber of a pink underwing moth larva (phyllodes imperialis), which, when threatened, rears its anterior body segments and curls in its actual head to reveal markings otherwise hidden in a fold skin that resemble giants eyes and teeth. a second set of markings that resemble reptilian eyes can also be seen when not in its defensive crouch.  
found in the australian rainforest, where it lives in and survives on the vine carronia multisepalea, this caterpillar is listed as an endangered species, due largely to habitat loss from logging.
(see also: entomology from old blog)
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2headedsnake:

Rosanna Jones
2headedsnake:

Rosanna Jones
2headedsnake:

Rosanna Jones
2headedsnake:

Rosanna Jones
2headedsnake:

Rosanna Jones
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Dalla serie: perdersi in un bicchiere d’acqua, analogia sostitutiva
Bicchiere di spugna, Bicchiere di ghiaccio, Bicchiere di garza
Fabrizio Plessi
Fondazione Mudima
Dalla serie: perdersi in un bicchiere d’acqua, analogia sostitutiva
Bicchiere di spugna, Bicchiere di ghiaccio, Bicchiere di garza
Fabrizio Plessi
Fondazione Mudima
Dalla serie: perdersi in un bicchiere d’acqua, analogia sostitutiva
Bicchiere di spugna, Bicchiere di ghiaccio, Bicchiere di garza
Fabrizio Plessi
Fondazione Mudima
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Vasi antropomorfi o Donne vaso
Andrea da Robbio pseudonimo di Marieda Boschi Di Stefano
Casa-Museo Boschi Di Stefano, Milano
Meraviglie gratuite 
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FONDAZIONE MUDIMAFabrizio Plessi Gli anni Settantacurated by Marco Meneguzzo
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Casa-Museo Boschi Di Stefano, Milano
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cavetocanvas:

Natalia Goncharova, Design for a Backdrop, 1926
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ovadiaandsons:

Junya Ishigami, Cuboid Balloon