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vand bonuri fiscale de la mcdonald's

vand bonuri fiscale de la mcdonald's

[ к ы н д а с а в е м ш н о й . . . ] ? ? ?

блогурь ку цыце


блогурь ку курурь

а с шибэ.


(title unknown)


[Dieter Van der Ougstraete]

Dieter Van der Ougstraete:

The above four images are from Dieter's recently released 20 page illustrated book titled "The Core" of which there are 100 copies made. The following is a summary of the story..  "The year 3012. Mankind is on the eve of Apocalypse. Again. An alien with a sinister plan. A man-eating oracle. A deadly game. To the rescue comes the Traveller. Big, Bold, Butt-naked... His journey to 'the Core' starts here."  People who are interested in buying The Core can send an e-mail to Wolfgang from Hirntrust through the following address. infect at

As you've probably noticed, Dieter created the current Monster Brains banner image using his trademark weirdo creature designs. You can see more of Dieter's work at his flickr page, portfolio site, blog and his shirt designs can be purchased from King Chin.

ma doare-aceasta floare.

soare ardoare mioare -npicioare sudoare putoare duhoare

Krazy Kreatures From Outer Space, 1970

Krazy Kreatures From Outer Space, 1970:

  I haven't been able to find a lot of info on these vintage alien trading cards but Moonbase Central has a few pics, one showing a back of a card.

stare as long

Colors of Shadows by Hiroshi Sugimoto is a 10 year long project inspired by the scientific experiments developed by Newton and Goethe on the origins of color, East Asian Buddhist doctrines and our psychological response to color.
About the project:
The establishment of cognitively verifiable natural science brought the world closer to the modern age, a world that could be analysed and quantified. A century after the publication of Opticks, however, criticism of Newton’s mathematical approach was heard from an unexpected quarter: in 1810, poet, novelist and playwright Johann Wolfgang von Goethe compiled a twenty-year study on the effects of colour on the human eye, and in his Zur Farbenlehre (Theory of Colours) found Newton’s impersonal scientific exposition wanting on artistic grounds. Granted Newton’s spectrum of seven defractively differentiated colours was perceived by the human eye via the central cortex, but what did that prove? Colours, he argued, appealed directly to our senses; …