Friday, 16 December 2011

Mass linkage

WARNING! Some may be NSFW

Baryonyx
More Alexander McQueen
1940s NY by Kubrick
The Versatile Tube!
Michael Kiryanov photography
Wonderful Eldar portriat
Aviatrix portraits
Piranesi
Starry night
Lebbus Woods (who worked on Alien 3)
Geo
Jeweled skeletons
Free paper textures
Awesome new Freebooter mini
Atreyu font
G. Yudin - Illustration from "Sirin Bird And A Rider On A White Horse" 1991 
Awesome fantasy landscape
100 free abstract Photoshop brushes
Fritz Lang's Metropolis
Richard Cosway painting
Inspiration for dioramas
Portals of the imagination
Danse Macabre
Toilet of a zephyr
Smog downloads
Mythos licence plate
Cool interface
Andrew 'Android' Jones
Bladerunner polaroids
Sylvan glade
Down in the dungeon
Bonkers pulp fiction cover
The Ship that Sailed to Mars
The cafe from hell




12 comments:

  1. Rapacious doesn't do that plethora justice.
    I am wayward in a myriad of Hyper-linked memetic vistas.

    The jeweled skeletons are amazing great find , as is the Parisian Le Café de L’Enfer . Not a single image I wouldn't bookmark .. well maybe one ;-)

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  2. @Neil101 - which one??? BTW, love your blog!

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  3. Thanks tears, just settling in..

    http://www.shockblast.net/michael-kiryanov-photography/

    But only because I would get a slap.

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  4. Oh, that one. Yeah. I'd slap you too. :-)

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  5. Thank you for introducing me to retronaut! I found this Imperial scribe instrument; turns out they're real! >> http://www.retronaut.co/2011/06/the-writing-ball/

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  6. not suitable for weasels ??????? - its the mcqueen one for me ......

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  7. @phiq - yes, retronaut is uber-cool! It has masses of awesome stuff.

    @J.B. - or wombats, weevils, werewolves...etc. I thought you'd like the McQueen!

    Pax

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  8. The site with the café from hell also has Franz-Xaver Messrscmidt's sculptures. Definitely worth a look.

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  9. Thanks Anonymous - Messrscmidt (and his work) were completely mental. Love them!

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  10. excelent linkage Tam, heres one that sprang to mind after seeing the lebbus woods pieces:

    http://factoryfifteen.com/7936/152393/home/megalomania

    seth NLI

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