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smileandribbon: “giant god warrior appears in tokyo" (2012) directed by shinji higuchi. this is a clear reflection of me today.

from Into The Gloss

Dreamy Vanities

Gorgeous Vanity Mirror & Table Ideas:

Being in Limbo / 1st: No Face from Spirited Away 2nd: Jack Skellington from Nightmare Before Christmas 3rd: Iron Giant 4th: Kodamas-Princess Mononoke 5th: My Neighbour Totoro

from Student Art Guide

The Best Art Teacher Blogs: Inspiration for High School Students

The Best Art Teacher Blogs: Inspiration for High School Students... Giant portraits would be so awesome!

Because the film was set in 1957 this poster is designed in a way to look like it was straight out of the 50s, the background color was popular back then and coupled with the plain black print look this produces a cheap good looking poster. Although it looks like it has been hand done The Iron Giant came out in 1999 which means it has been made digitally to look hand made - Caitlan Francis

from Sweet Paul

Giant Arm Knit Bunny by Anne Weil of Flax & Twine

Learn how to knit giant bunnies using your arms! This project is from my friend Anne Weil's book Knitting Without Needles: A Stylish Introduction to Finger and Arm Knitting!


Forest Spirit I, an art print by Tuomas Korpi

"The land beyond the eastern mountain range is almost completely unexplored and devoid of civilization, but of course devoid of civilization only means civilization different from our own" Catlin

Beste MANNEN.., mede Pinterest broeders, Nee, jullie verdienen niet het predikaat man. En zeker niet met hoofdletters, want jullie zijn Salsadansers. Enrico Suaves die hier alleen maar rondglijden om indruk te maken op de dames door hier je door testeron onderdrukte mannelijke asperger zijde te ontboezemen voor het vrouwvolk. Nou ik trap er mooi niet in. Voor mij geen pluche konijntjes meer of knuffelende hondjes. Het is gedaan. Wie geeft me ern goede reden om hier te blijven.


Patron saints of the modern artist

The Tate Gallery's celebrity friends are meant to encourage new art. But do they control it? Rose Aidin investigates