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don56:

1951 Science fiction directed by Howard Hawks.

 A pre-Gunsmoke  James Arness as a creature discovered buried in the Arctic ice. The movie was filmed in a Los Angles ice storage facility.

girlmountain:

i made this bookplate for HECHIZO TOTAL, out this month from FULGENCIO PIMENTEL! 180pages of MMO in spanish!

girlmountain:

i made this bookplate for HECHIZO TOTAL, out this month from FULGENCIO PIMENTEL! 180pages of MMO in spanish!

streetsick:

Philippe Vandenberg
Untitled (The Tank Cycle), 2007Oil on canvas40 x 50 cm / 15.7 x 19.7 in

streetsick:

Philippe Vandenberg

Untitled (The Tank Cycle), 2007
Oil on canvas
40 x 50 cm / 15.7 x 19.7 in

honey-rider:

Alex Ebel

honey-rider:

Alex Ebel

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kim dorland

kim dorland

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deforest:

Joan Crawford, 1930

deforest:

Joan Crawford, 1930

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brisbaneordeath:

The Master of Frankfurt | Virgin and Child with Saint James the Pilgrim, Saint Catherine and the Donor with Saint Peter c.1496
What do George Clooney, Adolph Hitler and the Queensland Art Gallery have in common? The answer is this painting. 
George Clooney’s new film, Monuments Men, recounts the true World War 2 story of Hitler’s quest to amass the greatest art collection in history in order to fill the halls of his grandiose, though never realised, Fuhrermuseum. As his troops swept across Europe, Hitler’s Nazi began stealing ’confiscating’ masterpieces by the thousands, including the above work by The Master of Frankfurt from 1496.
I won’t tell you too much more of the story, in case you want to see the film (Spoiler Alert: the Nazis lose!), however if you want to check out one of Hitler’s favs, you can go and see this very painting hanging in the Queensland Art Gallery right now. Take that, Hitler!

brisbaneordeath:

The Master of Frankfurt | Virgin and Child with Saint James the Pilgrim, Saint Catherine and the Donor with Saint Peter c.1496

What do George Clooney, Adolph Hitler and the Queensland Art Gallery have in common? The answer is this painting. 

George Clooney’s new film, Monuments Men, recounts the true World War 2 story of Hitler’s quest to amass the greatest art collection in history in order to fill the halls of his grandiose, though never realised, Fuhrermuseum. As his troops swept across Europe, Hitler’s Nazi began stealing ’confiscating’ masterpieces by the thousands, including the above work by The Master of Frankfurt from 1496.

I won’t tell you too much more of the story, in case you want to see the film (Spoiler Alert: the Nazis lose!), however if you want to check out one of Hitler’s favs, you can go and see this very painting hanging in the Queensland Art Gallery right now. Take that, Hitler!

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prisonernumber7:

Adolf Hitler takes a swipe at Hermann Göring’s meat-eating.