Curiosities: Art. Wine. Writing. Reading. Wordplay. Cigarettes. Photography. Peanut Butter. Punk. Sometimes I'll say something funny. Sometimes I'll get all deep and post something pseudo-intelligent. Most of the time I just reblog stuff I like. Just shut up and enjoy it.
What Beautiful Muscles You Have
Antonio Cattani created these engravings in the 1780s based on sculptures by Ercole Lelli, who examined at least 50 cadavers in preparation. The sculptures were created for the “anatomical theater” of the medical school at the University of Bologna, a room dedicated to the teaching of anatomy through dissections of human bodies. The engravings helped art students master the parts of the body.
Anatomical Figures, 1780 (left) and 1781 (right), Antonio Cattani. The Getty Research Institute
robingoodfollow said: you don't even peanut butter anymore
I peanut butter more then you know
Long Exposure of an Airliner Lifting Off
Trois crayons, or three-colored chalk, was a technique Watteau may have learned by studying drawings by Peter Paul Rubens.
Made to study the movement of this woman’s costume, Watteau kept hundreds of drawings together as a reference for any composition. The central figure appears in Embarkation for Cythera at the Louvre.
Fashion Fridays explores art, history, and costume inspired by the exhibition Rococo to Revolution #NowOnView
Studies of Three Women, about 1716-1717, Jean-Antoine Watteau. J. Paul Getty Museum.
I made mini pizzas on soft taco shells.
Get amongst that shit.
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