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ltdartgallery:

Ltd. Art Gallery and Bungie Studios presents:

GHOST IN THE MACHINE

a collection of Concept Art from the upcoming video game title, DESTINY.

Proceeds to benefit Child’s Play Charity.

Now Online at http://www.ltdartgallery.com/category/current-exhibition

wickedclothes:

48-HOUR SALE: The biggest discount ever at Wicked Clothes!

Just because you’re so wonderful, use coupon code ‘SUMMER’ to get 30% OFF your entire order! It doesn’t stack with any other coupons or free shipping, but it is the largest discount we’ve ever offered. 

Hurry and order now!

siege-loki-problems:

Cover art for Journey Into Mystery #645 painted by Stephanie Hans

siege-loki-problems:

Cover art for Journey Into Mystery #645 painted by Stephanie Hans

kikiichu:

pettyartist:

f-a-g-i-n-a:

Keng Lye - Alive without Breath (2013) - Hyperrealistic sea animals created using acrylics and epoxy resin, layer by layer

what

I will reblog this artist’s works every time it comes on my dash omfg

No fucking way

art-of-swords:

[ NEWS ] 11th century Viking broadsword to make up to $205,000 at Christie’s
A Viking broadsword looted during the battle of Stamford Bridge in 1066 is to auction at Christie’s London this summer with an estimate of £80,000-120,000 ($136,873-205,309).
The lot is thought to have been taken by a member of the de Bohun family, who would later carry the ancestral sword during the first war of Scottish independence in the 14th century.
Dernagh O’Leary, a spokesperson for Christie’s, told the BBC: "Whilst it cannot be proved, it is not at all inconceivable that the blade of the present sword was captured or taken as a trophy by de Bohun at Hastings and was later remounted to become a family sword.
"The present sword, whilst not being a war sword, would have served as a clear badge of identity with its gold and enamelled coat of arms on the pommel and eminently more practical as a side arm around camp when not mounted and armed for battle.
"It is therefore entirely possible that this sword was present at Bannockburn in June 1314, if not actually on the field of battle."
The lot is incredibly rare, its age and history making it one of the most significant British artefacts to come to auction in recent years.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Paul Fraser Collectibles

art-of-swords:

[ NEWS ] 11th century Viking broadsword to make up to $205,000 at Christie’s

A Viking broadsword looted during the battle of Stamford Bridge in 1066 is to auction at Christie’s London this summer with an estimate of £80,000-120,000 ($136,873-205,309).

The lot is thought to have been taken by a member of the de Bohun family, who would later carry the ancestral sword during the first war of Scottish independence in the 14th century.

Dernagh O’Leary, a spokesperson for Christie’s, told the BBC: "Whilst it cannot be proved, it is not at all inconceivable that the blade of the present sword was captured or taken as a trophy by de Bohun at Hastings and was later remounted to become a family sword.

"The present sword, whilst not being a war sword, would have served as a clear badge of identity with its gold and enamelled coat of arms on the pommel and eminently more practical as a side arm around camp when not mounted and armed for battle.

"It is therefore entirely possible that this sword was present at Bannockburn in June 1314, if not actually on the field of battle."

The lot is incredibly rare, its age and history making it one of the most significant British artefacts to come to auction in recent years.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Paul Fraser Collectibles

yes-make-mo:

old commission pt.2

yes-make-mo:

old commission pt.2

leesleftarm:

lalnascastle:

IF YOU DONT GET EXCITED OVER NATURE THEN WHAT DO YOU EVEN GET EXCITED ABOUT

I LOVE THE WHOLE WORLD IT’S SUCH A BRILLIANT PLACE BOOMDEYADAH BOOMDEYADAH BOOMDEYADAH

awesomedigitalart:

Head Lopper by SpineBender