Scrapbook.
Subliminal hints.
Fragmentation.
Hell is other people.

stayfree70:

Crass 1979

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vacationvinyl:

New shirts from Ascetic House, Destruction Unit, and Marshstepper are available in limited quantity in the shop, and also online through our big cartel. Nice! (at VACATION VINYL)

vacationvinyl:

New shirts from Ascetic House, Destruction Unit, and Marshstepper are available in limited quantity in the shop, and also online through our big cartel. Nice! (at VACATION VINYL)

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fuckyeahbritisholdschoolgaming:

White Dwarf 124, April 1990. Les Edwards, 1990.
If this cover were a feature film, it would have gone straight to video.

fuckyeahbritisholdschoolgaming:

White Dwarf 124, April 1990. Les Edwards, 1990.

If this cover were a feature film, it would have gone straight to video.

erikkwakkel:

Medieval cartoon

These charming images from medieval medical books show something you don’t often see depicted in this age: foetal positions in the womb. The drawings range from the 10th to the 15th century but they show more or less the same scenes. What is most striking, of course, is that the babies-to-be are simply miniaturized adults, which is how children are often depicted in medieval illustrations. There is something oddly entertaining - and strange - about these tiny people. The top image in particular has an almost cartoon-like appearance: if it wasn’t for the Middle English text around it, the drawings could well be modern. A short story in four frames of a tiny naked person doing exercises on a pink yoga mat.

Pic: London, British Library, Sloane MS 2463, 15th century (top, more here); Brussels, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, MS 3701-15, 10th century (lower left, more here); Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Laud Misc. 724 (lower right, more here). Here is a nice piece on medieval twins, which features other images.

kimlucille:

englishsnow: by girlbands

I’m really, really, missing this weather right now

sarahruthbest:

mine now.

(Thanks honey!)

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sarahruthbest:

best. album cover. ever.

sarahruthbest:

best. album cover. ever.

the-two-germanys:

Grim Reaper’s “See You in Hell”. Blacklight poster, Australia. 1984.

the-two-germanys:

Grim Reaper’s “See You in Hell”.
Blacklight poster, Australia. 1984.

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quakeguy:

Castle Kaahoo re-released by Sock. It’s a great map, you should play it.

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