Regular Everyday Cisgender Carnist
I am extremely triggered by trigger warnings and my preferred pronoun is NIGGLET.
Regular Everyday Cisgender Carnist
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ex0skeletal:

(via Surgeon Deity Art Print by Witnesstheabsurd | Society6)
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backwrdblackbrd:

Julie Filipenko
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abystle:

Le Char de la Mort (detail), Théophile Schuler, 1848.
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Peter Linde Busk
1. And That Was The End of The Singer and The Song, 2010.
2. Man Dressed As God, 2009.
3. I’ve Got No Expectations to Pass Through Here Again, 2011.
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Peter Linde Busk
1. And That Was The End of The Singer and The Song, 2010.
2. Man Dressed As God, 2009.
3. I’ve Got No Expectations to Pass Through Here Again, 2011.
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Peter Linde Busk
1. And That Was The End of The Singer and The Song, 2010.
2. Man Dressed As God, 2009.
3. I’ve Got No Expectations to Pass Through Here Again, 2011.
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

David Griggs
darksilenceinsuburbia:

David Griggs
darksilenceinsuburbia:

David Griggs
darksilenceinsuburbia:

David Griggs
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tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Magno Galleano
Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/magn-universe
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theotherjax:

hideakiohno:

Casual reminder that in one of Leonardo da Vinci’s many notebooks containing innumerable artistic and scientific sketches and notes of incomprehensible important, there is a sketch of two penises with legs and tails walking towards a crudely drawn anus.
The sketch was most likely done by Leonardo’s apprentice Salai, who was not only very likely one of Leonardo’s lovers, but who was also infamously mischievous. Better yet, the anus is literally labeled “Salai.”
So either Salai drew these while Leonardo wasn’t looking just to annoy his boyfriend, or Leonardo himself put actual time and energy into drawing these. Either way, the human race is truly blessed to have made such a discovery.
There are dick drawings like the ones you see on desks in school in Leonardo da Vinci’s notebooks. Please cherish this information.

In the midst of exploring Renaissance Italy history for reasons, I have found a wonder.
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nevver:

Paradise lost, Michael Kerbow
nevver:

Paradise lost, Michael Kerbow
nevver:

Paradise lost, Michael Kerbow
nevver:

Paradise lost, Michael Kerbow
nevver:

Paradise lost, Michael Kerbow
nevver:

Paradise lost, Michael Kerbow
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artruby:

José Parlá’s In Medias Res on view at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery September 12 - October 18, 2014. 
artruby:

José Parlá’s In Medias Res on view at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery September 12 - October 18, 2014. 
artruby:

José Parlá’s In Medias Res on view at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery September 12 - October 18, 2014.