life-on-your-death-bed:

:-D on We Heart It.
  • etherealpetals:

brinconvenient:

An owl on a towel.

Yes.
  • etherealpetals:

brinconvenient:

An owl on a towel.

Yes.

etherealpetals:

brinconvenient:

An owl on a towel.

Yes.

BotFA first poster x

  • zeroing:

Madame Peripetie
  • zeroing:

Madame Peripetie
  • paulwelsey:

Get to know me meme - [4/10] favorite male characters: Iron Man.

I am Iron Man.
  • paulwelsey:

Get to know me meme - [4/10] favorite male characters: Iron Man.

I am Iron Man.
  • paulwelsey:

Get to know me meme - [4/10] favorite male characters: Iron Man.

I am Iron Man.
  • paulwelsey:

Get to know me meme - [4/10] favorite male characters: Iron Man.

I am Iron Man.
  • paulwelsey:

Get to know me meme - [4/10] favorite male characters: Iron Man.

I am Iron Man.
  • paulwelsey:

Get to know me meme - [4/10] favorite male characters: Iron Man.

I am Iron Man.
  • paulwelsey:

Get to know me meme - [4/10] favorite male characters: Iron Man.

I am Iron Man.
  • paulwelsey:

Get to know me meme - [4/10] favorite male characters: Iron Man.

I am Iron Man.
  • paulwelsey:

Get to know me meme - [4/10] favorite male characters: Iron Man.

I am Iron Man.

paulwelsey:

Get to know me meme - [4/10] favorite male characters: Iron Man.

I am Iron Man.

lordeddardstark:

what do we say to the god of death?

me: sean bean is that way

Pablo Picasso photographed in his studio near Cannes, France in 1956. The Thonet rocking chair in the distance appears in many of his paintings.

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  • iammagicitself:

# still the best moment in a tv show ever
  • iammagicitself:

# still the best moment in a tv show ever

iammagicitself:

# still the best moment in a tv show ever

  • archiemcphee:

Fear not arachnophobes (or maybe do?), you aren’t really looking at a gargantuan tarantula, you’re visiting the Department of Astonishing Optical illusions and this is the spectacular work of UK-based concept body artist Emma Fay. She used water-based paints to transform contortionists Lowri Thomas and Beth Sykes into awesomely lifelike animals. It took five hours to transform Thomas into a giant arachnid.

"First I ask the contortionist to get into the initial pose and mark out where they will be. The contortionists can only hold the pose for a maximum of five-seconds so I have to work quickly to get it right. I then keep painting and repositioning the models until they look like the real animal."

Head over to the Daily Mail for video footage of these amazing transformations as well as a wonderfully freaky glimpse of the giant spider in motion.
Visit Emma Fay’s website to check out more of her amazing artwork.
[via Design Taxi and Dailymail.co.uk]
  • archiemcphee:

Fear not arachnophobes (or maybe do?), you aren’t really looking at a gargantuan tarantula, you’re visiting the Department of Astonishing Optical illusions and this is the spectacular work of UK-based concept body artist Emma Fay. She used water-based paints to transform contortionists Lowri Thomas and Beth Sykes into awesomely lifelike animals. It took five hours to transform Thomas into a giant arachnid.

"First I ask the contortionist to get into the initial pose and mark out where they will be. The contortionists can only hold the pose for a maximum of five-seconds so I have to work quickly to get it right. I then keep painting and repositioning the models until they look like the real animal."

Head over to the Daily Mail for video footage of these amazing transformations as well as a wonderfully freaky glimpse of the giant spider in motion.
Visit Emma Fay’s website to check out more of her amazing artwork.
[via Design Taxi and Dailymail.co.uk]
  • archiemcphee:

Fear not arachnophobes (or maybe do?), you aren’t really looking at a gargantuan tarantula, you’re visiting the Department of Astonishing Optical illusions and this is the spectacular work of UK-based concept body artist Emma Fay. She used water-based paints to transform contortionists Lowri Thomas and Beth Sykes into awesomely lifelike animals. It took five hours to transform Thomas into a giant arachnid.

"First I ask the contortionist to get into the initial pose and mark out where they will be. The contortionists can only hold the pose for a maximum of five-seconds so I have to work quickly to get it right. I then keep painting and repositioning the models until they look like the real animal."

Head over to the Daily Mail for video footage of these amazing transformations as well as a wonderfully freaky glimpse of the giant spider in motion.
Visit Emma Fay’s website to check out more of her amazing artwork.
[via Design Taxi and Dailymail.co.uk]
  • archiemcphee:

Fear not arachnophobes (or maybe do?), you aren’t really looking at a gargantuan tarantula, you’re visiting the Department of Astonishing Optical illusions and this is the spectacular work of UK-based concept body artist Emma Fay. She used water-based paints to transform contortionists Lowri Thomas and Beth Sykes into awesomely lifelike animals. It took five hours to transform Thomas into a giant arachnid.

"First I ask the contortionist to get into the initial pose and mark out where they will be. The contortionists can only hold the pose for a maximum of five-seconds so I have to work quickly to get it right. I then keep painting and repositioning the models until they look like the real animal."

Head over to the Daily Mail for video footage of these amazing transformations as well as a wonderfully freaky glimpse of the giant spider in motion.
Visit Emma Fay’s website to check out more of her amazing artwork.
[via Design Taxi and Dailymail.co.uk]
  • archiemcphee:

Fear not arachnophobes (or maybe do?), you aren’t really looking at a gargantuan tarantula, you’re visiting the Department of Astonishing Optical illusions and this is the spectacular work of UK-based concept body artist Emma Fay. She used water-based paints to transform contortionists Lowri Thomas and Beth Sykes into awesomely lifelike animals. It took five hours to transform Thomas into a giant arachnid.

"First I ask the contortionist to get into the initial pose and mark out where they will be. The contortionists can only hold the pose for a maximum of five-seconds so I have to work quickly to get it right. I then keep painting and repositioning the models until they look like the real animal."

Head over to the Daily Mail for video footage of these amazing transformations as well as a wonderfully freaky glimpse of the giant spider in motion.
Visit Emma Fay’s website to check out more of her amazing artwork.
[via Design Taxi and Dailymail.co.uk]
  • archiemcphee:

Fear not arachnophobes (or maybe do?), you aren’t really looking at a gargantuan tarantula, you’re visiting the Department of Astonishing Optical illusions and this is the spectacular work of UK-based concept body artist Emma Fay. She used water-based paints to transform contortionists Lowri Thomas and Beth Sykes into awesomely lifelike animals. It took five hours to transform Thomas into a giant arachnid.

"First I ask the contortionist to get into the initial pose and mark out where they will be. The contortionists can only hold the pose for a maximum of five-seconds so I have to work quickly to get it right. I then keep painting and repositioning the models until they look like the real animal."

Head over to the Daily Mail for video footage of these amazing transformations as well as a wonderfully freaky glimpse of the giant spider in motion.
Visit Emma Fay’s website to check out more of her amazing artwork.
[via Design Taxi and Dailymail.co.uk]

archiemcphee:

Fear not arachnophobes (or maybe do?), you aren’t really looking at a gargantuan tarantula, you’re visiting the Department of Astonishing Optical illusions and this is the spectacular work of UK-based concept body artist Emma Fay. She used water-based paints to transform contortionists Lowri Thomas and Beth Sykes into awesomely lifelike animals. It took five hours to transform Thomas into a giant arachnid.

"First I ask the contortionist to get into the initial pose and mark out where they will be. The contortionists can only hold the pose for a maximum of five-seconds so I have to work quickly to get it right. I then keep painting and repositioning the models until they look like the real animal."

Head over to the Daily Mail for video footage of these amazing transformations as well as a wonderfully freaky glimpse of the giant spider in motion.

Visit Emma Fay’s website to check out more of her amazing artwork.

[via Design Taxi and Dailymail.co.uk]