i wanna say hi to jimmy but i also dont wanna overwhelm him by jumping in w/ everyone else

airzonk:

theairbitesshrewdly:

this is a life size fiberglass sculpture, this is a work of satire and modern art, this sold for over four hundred thousand dollars and im in awe and glad to be alive

I saw this in person, and the jizz one. They were doing an exhibition in Little Tokyo when I was about 14 or 15 and I went, with my dad, because I loved anime.This was the first thing you saw as soon as you walked in the door to the gallery. Sorry dad. A cautionary tale by Maud.

thats incredible thank you so much for sharing

airzonk:

theairbitesshrewdly:

this is a life size fiberglass sculpture, this is a work of satire and modern art, this sold for over four hundred thousand dollars and im in awe and glad to be alive

I saw this in person, and the jizz one. They were doing an exhibition in Little Tokyo when I was about 14 or 15 and I went, with my dad, because I loved anime.

This was the first thing you saw as soon as you walked in the door to the gallery. Sorry dad. A cautionary tale by Maud.

thats incredible thank you so much for sharing

this isnt very good i just want to get caught up
HORA

this isnt very good i just want to get caught up
HORA

cawdelia:

this is like my fave post

cawdelia:


this is like my fave post

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libutron:

Tiger Moth - Creatonotos gangis
What you see in this photo is a male of Creatonotos gangis (Arctiidae), a species of Asian moth, showing his expanded pheromone diffuser structures at the tip of the abdomen (called coremata and androconia). The four coremata are reversible, each when inflated may be longer than the abdomen.
Females pheromonally attract males from long distances, however, when the male is close enough to begin his courtship, he inflates his coremata with air or hemolymph to evert externally from the abdomen and fans pheromones of his own towards the female.
This species of moth is found over much of south-east Asia, as well as in Australia.
References: [1] - [2] - [3]
Photo credit: ©Darren5907 | Locality: unknown (2009)

libutron:

Tiger Moth - Creatonotos gangis

What you see in this photo is a male of Creatonotos gangis (Arctiidae), a species of Asian moth, showing his expanded pheromone diffuser structures at the tip of the abdomen (called coremata and androconia). The four coremata are reversible, each when inflated may be longer than the abdomen.

Females pheromonally attract males from long distances, however, when the male is close enough to begin his courtship, he inflates his coremata with air or hemolymph to evert externally from the abdomen and fans pheromones of his own towards the female.

This species of moth is found over much of south-east Asia, as well as in Australia.

References: [1] - [2] - [3]

Photo credit: ©Darren5907 | Locality: unknown (2009)

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mystery metal monkey!

mystery metal monkey!

our teacher gave us a whole long list of names to choose from its like 3 pages and i didnt want to do a renaissance painter i wanted to do someone i had never heard of before and a lot of the contemporary artists are… they arent stuff that i myself would want to paint i guess

and then

takashi murakami

the guy who made the life size lactation/jizz sculptures is still looking like the artist i want to do a presentation on and painting based off the work of

bc he also does

Hello! This is a completely ridiculous blog for ART, WRITING, FANGIRLING, and GENERAL TOMFOOLERY. My name's Karma. Nice to meet you! (they/them pronouns preferred, he and she are also both acceptable!)

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