life's rich pageant

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  2. Jul 28

    design-is-fine:

Heinz Edelmann, Illustration Ringo in Wonderland from Yellow Submarine, part of the twen editorial, 1968. Via Sweet Jane

    design-is-fine:

    Heinz Edelmann, Illustration Ringo in Wonderland from Yellow Submarine, part of the twen editorial, 1968. Via Sweet Jane

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    foresity:

Al acecho || Alejandro Rodriguez 

    foresity:

    Al acecho ||  

    (via softlightlove)

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  9. Jul 28

    green-hat:

Lamb by William Richardson http://flic.kr/p/9z6nw3

    green-hat:

    Lamb by William Richardson http://flic.kr/p/9z6nw3

    (via softlightlove)

  10. Jul 28

    libutron:

Short-beaked echidna 
The Short-beaked echidna, Tachyglossus aculeatus (Monotrematae - Tachyglossidae), is the most widely distributed endemic Australian mammal, and echidnas from different geographic areas differ so much in appearance that they have been assigned to several subspecies.
This is the tasmanian subspecies, Tachyglossus aculeatus setosus. They look a lot more cuddly and have a lot more hair than the ones on the Australian mainland that are all spines.
Echidnas lay shell covered eggs that hatch outside the mother’s body, and although they do not have teats, secrete milk through several pores in the belly.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Donovan Wilson | Locality: Tasmania

    libutron:

    Short-beaked echidna 

    The Short-beaked echidna, Tachyglossus aculeatus (Monotrematae - Tachyglossidae), is the most widely distributed endemic Australian mammal, and echidnas from different geographic areas differ so much in appearance that they have been assigned to several subspecies.

    This is the tasmanian subspecies, Tachyglossus aculeatus setosus. They look a lot more cuddly and have a lot more hair than the ones on the Australian mainland that are all spines.

    Echidnas lay shell covered eggs that hatch outside the mother’s body, and although they do not have teats, secrete milk through several pores in the belly.

    References: [1] - [2]

    Photo credit: ©Donovan Wilson | Locality: Tasmania

    (via softlightlove)

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    9explore:

There’s a ‘good guy’ mosquito called Toxorhynchite whose larvae eat the larvae of other mosquitoes, and then grow up to eat non-human fruit.

    9explore:

    There’s a ‘good guy’ mosquito called Toxorhynchite whose larvae eat the larvae of other mosquitoes, and then grow up to eat non-human fruit.

    (via kazster)

  15. Jul 28

    marijatiurina:

    I took part in a lovely cover design brief organized by Computer Arts, which I personally consider one of the best graphic design mags here in UK.
    The cover design brief was themed around “NEW TALENT” - the issue was dedicated mostly to recently graduated media students, fresh and talented crowd. 

    I created and submitted two artworks to this contest, and neither of them won!
    But CA team liked my contribution and were so nice about it they printed it full size on two freakin’ pages, and I must say that’s just awesome. More than happy with that.

    Follow me on facebook and instagram, more stuff comin’ soon!