1. Color!  J. J. Grandville, Volvox Epidemic.

  2. maudelynn:

    Lovely illustration of 1920s Halloween Costumes from Dennison’s Magazine 

    via nwantiquelink

    (Source: maudelynn.tumblr.com )

  3. Fantastic!  Via laurabfernandez:

    Anatomical preparation that depicts a collection of porcelain eyes representing different ophtalmology diseases.

    C. XVIII

    (MHMC),seen at this exhibit in Madrid.


    (via pygmyhipposhoppe)

  5. (Source: veganlove)

  6. Pattern!  Via vintagegal:

    1950s Rudolf Black tulle Cocktail Dress with rhinestone/star studded bodice and skirt  (via)

  7. Stopnowaythisisthebest

    (Source: margaret--jane, via officerofmonkeyproblems)

  8. I’m so excited to see all this hard work come together! Load up on all the old Paramount tracks you never knew you missed. Coming Nov. 18th! #paramount #revenantrecords #thirdmanrecords #illustrationproject #jackwhite #volume2

  9. Color!  Amber Cowan, via exercicedestyle,

    (via pygmyhipposhoppe)

  10. What’s wild about this is that at first glance, everything but the leaning building seems to be straight, orderly, and pristine.  It feels like a Disney set.  

    Via  feuille-d-automne:  San Francisco , Earthquake damage to residences on Howard Street ,1906.

  12. Color!  Mark Rothko, Untitled, 1947

    (Source: artexpansion, via patternbase)


  13. "We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars."
    — Oscar Wilde, Lady Windermere’s Fan  (via ivebeenmadforfuckingyears)

    (Source: liquidnight, via largerloves)

  14. Pattern!  Color!  Via gustavklimt-art:

    Judith and Holopherne, 1901

    Gustav Klimt

    (via largerloves)

  15. zoomusickgirl:

    Leonid Meteor Storm, as seen over North America on the night of November 12-13, 1833, from E. Weiß’s Bilderatlas der Sternenwelt (1888)

    (via largerloves)