diaryofamusicaholic:

One of my favorite composers, right along with Danny Elfman and Michael Giacchino.

destieltheory:

look at him trying to figure it out. that pooping regularly is important do dean. adjusting his mental profile

(Source: spnfans)

singedlace:

I FUCKING NEED TO GET THIS FOR JIM AND KELSEY

(Source: nothing-clever-ever)

fer1972:

3D Paintings Sculptures by Yuki Matsueda

redyellowpeppers:

leschantsdejerusalem:

Esther Scroll, Ancona, early 18th century
Handwritten text, unfinished decorated cut-away parchmentParchment, 8 membranes, 39 text columns, 23x458 cmCarved wooden rollerGift of Mrs. Erna Ascoli in memory of her husbandU. Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art ON 0495

This scroll is a beautiful example of the particular style of decoration that flourished in the Italian towns of Ancona and Lugo in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Artists in these towns specialized in a laborious technique whereby the parchment was cut away to create an intricately patterned frame for the text that reminds us of the beautiful lace used in fashions of that period. This elaborate technique was employed to adorn megillot, ketubbot and a variety of Judaica objects. Only a few such Italian cut-out parchment scrolls remain today.


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redyellowpeppers:

leschantsdejerusalem:

Esther Scroll, Ancona, early 18th century
Handwritten text, unfinished decorated cut-away parchmentParchment, 8 membranes, 39 text columns, 23x458 cmCarved wooden rollerGift of Mrs. Erna Ascoli in memory of her husbandU. Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art ON 0495

This scroll is a beautiful example of the particular style of decoration that flourished in the Italian towns of Ancona and Lugo in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Artists in these towns specialized in a laborious technique whereby the parchment was cut away to create an intricately patterned frame for the text that reminds us of the beautiful lace used in fashions of that period. This elaborate technique was employed to adorn megillot, ketubbot and a variety of Judaica objects. Only a few such Italian cut-out parchment scrolls remain today.


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redyellowpeppers:

leschantsdejerusalem:

Esther Scroll, Ancona, early 18th century
Handwritten text, unfinished decorated cut-away parchmentParchment, 8 membranes, 39 text columns, 23x458 cmCarved wooden rollerGift of Mrs. Erna Ascoli in memory of her husbandU. Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art ON 0495

This scroll is a beautiful example of the particular style of decoration that flourished in the Italian towns of Ancona and Lugo in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Artists in these towns specialized in a laborious technique whereby the parchment was cut away to create an intricately patterned frame for the text that reminds us of the beautiful lace used in fashions of that period. This elaborate technique was employed to adorn megillot, ketubbot and a variety of Judaica objects. Only a few such Italian cut-out parchment scrolls remain today.


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redyellowpeppers:

leschantsdejerusalem:

Esther Scroll, Ancona, early 18th century
Handwritten text, unfinished decorated cut-away parchmentParchment, 8 membranes, 39 text columns, 23x458 cmCarved wooden rollerGift of Mrs. Erna Ascoli in memory of her husbandU. Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art ON 0495

This scroll is a beautiful example of the particular style of decoration that flourished in the Italian towns of Ancona and Lugo in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Artists in these towns specialized in a laborious technique whereby the parchment was cut away to create an intricately patterned frame for the text that reminds us of the beautiful lace used in fashions of that period. This elaborate technique was employed to adorn megillot, ketubbot and a variety of Judaica objects. Only a few such Italian cut-out parchment scrolls remain today.


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redyellowpeppers:

leschantsdejerusalem:

Esther Scroll, Ancona, early 18th century
Handwritten text, unfinished decorated cut-away parchmentParchment, 8 membranes, 39 text columns, 23x458 cmCarved wooden rollerGift of Mrs. Erna Ascoli in memory of her husbandU. Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art ON 0495

This scroll is a beautiful example of the particular style of decoration that flourished in the Italian towns of Ancona and Lugo in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Artists in these towns specialized in a laborious technique whereby the parchment was cut away to create an intricately patterned frame for the text that reminds us of the beautiful lace used in fashions of that period. This elaborate technique was employed to adorn megillot, ketubbot and a variety of Judaica objects. Only a few such Italian cut-out parchment scrolls remain today.


Whoa

redyellowpeppers:

leschantsdejerusalem:

Esther Scroll, Ancona, early 18th century

This scroll is a beautiful example of the particular style of decoration that flourished in the Italian towns of Ancona and Lugo in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Artists in these towns specialized in a laborious technique whereby the parchment was cut away to create an intricately patterned frame for the text that reminds us of the beautiful lace used in fashions of that period. This elaborate technique was employed to adorn megillot, ketubbot and a variety of Judaica objects. Only a few such Italian cut-out parchment scrolls remain today.

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virtualcrunch:

Amazing fan art from Silent Hill 3 and Silent Hill 2. Art is by tetsuok9999 At DeviantART.
virtualcrunch:

Amazing fan art from Silent Hill 3 and Silent Hill 2. Art is by tetsuok9999 At DeviantART.
virtualcrunch:

Amazing fan art from Silent Hill 3 and Silent Hill 2. Art is by tetsuok9999 At DeviantART.

virtualcrunch:

Amazing fan art from Silent Hill 3 and Silent Hill 2. Art is by tetsuok9999 At DeviantART.

mooglets:

tomigiru:

carry-on-my-wayward-butt:

Bart Baker’s Parody of “Blurred Lines”

mother of god

I’ve never been so happy

omg

(Source: ginnywheezy)

marissagiersch:

justjenaynayy:

dolphinboy420:

i dont think i’ve ever been so frustrated

Orange you glad it’s not a banana

it happened

(Source: photohab)

gaviindaviidfree:

olderaang:

comicpenguinz:

It’s a pity that “Avatar: The last Airbender” never got a live action film.

isn’t it

what a shame