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Which are: comics both DC&Marvel, manga, anime, martial arts, nature, cities, the human body, philosophy, love, weapons, humor, words and more things you'll come to learn if you stick around.

31st August 2014

Photoset reblogged from Boulder Internal Kung Fu with 203,047 notes

shwagerr:

mutant and proud.

insp. [x]

GENE

Source: sherlyyholmes

31st August 2014

Photoset reblogged from Boulder Internal Kung Fu with 33,334 notes

Pedro Pascal rehearsing for the fight scene. (x)

Source: princeoberryn

31st August 2014

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gutsanduppercuts:

A young Wong Fei Hung (played by Angie Tsang Sze-Man. Yep…a girl) showing off her weapon skills in “Iron Monkey.”

Source: gutsanduppercuts

31st August 2014

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japaneseaesthetics:

Tsuba..  Iron, inlaid with gold and copper .  18th century, Japan.  The RöhsskaMuseum, of Design, Fashion and Decorative Arts , Sweden.
The motif depicts two rats on a piece of fabric in high open-work relief with gold and copper inlays.
A tsuba is a sword guard that forms the boundary between the blade and the grip. Its chief functions are to balance the sword, prevent the hand from reaching the blade and to protect the hand from an adversary’s cuts. Apart from the aperture for the blade there was often an opening in the Tsuba for a small knife – a kodzuka – and sometimes another hole for the kogai a Samurai would use to dress his hair. Early designs were simple and emphasis was primarily on function, but during the Edo period (1603–1868) there was a demand for luxury objects and the tsuba became increasingly more of an artistic embellishment and status symbol whose chief purpose was to communicate its owner’s social status.

japaneseaesthetics:

Tsuba..  Iron, inlaid with gold and copper .  18th century, Japan.  The RöhsskaMuseum, of Design, Fashion and Decorative Arts , Sweden.

The motif depicts two rats on a piece of fabric in high open-work relief with gold and copper inlays.

A tsuba is a sword guard that forms the boundary between the blade and the grip. Its chief functions are to balance the sword, prevent the hand from reaching the blade and to protect the hand from an adversary’s cuts. Apart from the aperture for the blade there was often an opening in the Tsuba for a small knife – a kodzuka – and sometimes another hole for the kogai a Samurai would use to dress his hair. Early designs were simple and emphasis was primarily on function, but during the Edo period (1603–1868) there was a demand for luxury objects and the tsuba became increasingly more of an artistic embellishment and status symbol whose chief purpose was to communicate its owner’s social status.

Source: masterpieces.asemus.museum

31st August 2014

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m0od:

Samsara (2011)

m0od:

Samsara (2011)

Source: m0od

31st August 2014

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spaceexp:

Titan’s atmosphere backlit by the Sun, with Saturn’s rings behind.

spaceexp:

Titan’s atmosphere backlit by the Sun, with Saturn’s rings behind.

Source: spaceexp

30th August 2014

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booboosaurus:

Moebius Giraud

booboosaurus:

Moebius Giraud

Source: booboosaurus

30th August 2014

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thatsbutterbaby:

Fujin  God of the Wind by Kawanabe Kyosai

thatsbutterbaby:

Fujin  God of the Wind by Kawanabe Kyosai

Source: thatsbutterbaby

30th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Everything Under The Heavens with 662 notes

Source: undergtm

30th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Everything Under The Heavens with 21,676 notes

Source: twofacedsheep