A. Wizard's Book

I am all that is.

I am He that was, that is, and shall be.

nevver:

Peanuts

red-lipstick:

Belén Moreno aka Belén Moreno Núñez (Sevilla, Spain) - 1,2: Twin Peaks “Fire Walk With Me” (+ detail), 2014  Drawings: Graphite on Paper, Digital Coloring  3: El Regreso, 2014  4: The Awakening Of Consciousness, 2014   3,4: Oil, Graphite on Venetian Plaster

(Source: belenmorenoblog.blogspot.com)

mat1t:

'Journeying Spirit'.  Ink and digital mixed media.  

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omgwhtvr:

Omg flirting

me n my boo at tha beach

omgwhtvr:

Omg flirting

me n my boo at tha beach

2headedsnake:

Henry Gunderson

(Source: evergoldgallery.com)

nevver:

Working on my novel, Cory Arcangel

(Source: coryarcangel.com)

nevver:

Let’s go Bowling, Robert Melee

nevver:

Let’s go Bowling, Robert Melee

(Source: robertmelee.com)

archiemcphee:

These strangely hypnotic gifs are the work of Dundee, Scotland-based illustrator Sam Lyon. He calls them Jelly Gummies. There’s something about these fleshy, pulsating, amorphous creatures - a combination of anthropomorphism, creepiness, and our inexplicable suspicion that they’d be both fun to chew on and pleasing to taste - that makes them awesome.

You can find more of Lyon’s perpetually mutating Jelly Gummies right here on Tumblr at jellygummies. He also has a Jelly Gummies Etsy shop, just in case you’d like to invite some of this wonderfully squishy weirdness into your home.

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Wizard Shit

likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Da Qin Island (2012)

"Da Qin Island was first set up by Chinese officials in 1924 as a colony to separate leprosy patients from the general population, but in 2011, the last 40 patients were transferred back to rehabilitation facilities in mainland China.

Before the move, Changwei traveled to the isolated island for several months to document the patients and their way of life.

The images reveal a marginalized group still coping with life on the outside. Da Qin Island was, and perhaps still is, a place frozen in time and hidden from most of the world, yet Changwei’s narrative also includes the beauty of the locale, albeit one whose wondrous beaches act more as a barrier than a place to bask in the sun.”