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Neville Mars
natgeofound:

The shadow of an aircraft over the Saudi desert, November 1986.Photograph by Jodi Cobb, National Geographic Creative

natgeofound:

The shadow of an aircraft over the Saudi desert, November 1986.Photograph by Jodi Cobb, National Geographic Creative

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ipocrisia:

Rainer SplittGoldgelb Berlin (Farbguss), 2005; Pigment, PUR; 96 kg (via Rainer Splitt)

ipocrisia:

Rainer Splitt
Goldgelb Berlin (Farbguss), 2005; Pigment, PUR; 96 kg (via Rainer Splitt)

lepetitchatblanc:

The tattoo plus the piercing plus the scar is so do badass this might be one of my fav pictures ever

lepetitchatblanc:

The tattoo plus the piercing plus the scar is so do badass this might be one of my fav pictures ever

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vjeranski:

Alexander Calder

vjeranski:

Alexander Calder

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80s-90s-supermodels:

"Le Grand Bleu", Glamour France, May 1989Photographer : Tiziano MagniModel : Sophia Goth

80s-90s-supermodels:

"Le Grand Bleu", Glamour France, May 1989
Photographer : Tiziano Magni
Model : Sophia Goth

tibets:

Today at work we are painting

tibets:

Today at work we are painting

(Source: hannna-hunt)

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crumbargento:

Néa
euo:

Museum of London showcases ‘bodysnatchers’
In 1820 London had four major hospitals offering dissection classes and 17 private anatomy schools. For many, obtaining bodies for dissection was a problem.
All too often the solution was provided by gangs of grave robbers, raiding cemeteries and offering corpses for cash. Some even resorted to murder. These were the “resurrection men”.
"For the first time we will display the human remains from the excavation and reveal their story - lost for so long and yet so important - providing a poignant and sombre reminder of a real truth that with medical advancement there is rarely no human cost."

The exhibition also includes surgical tools from the period, including a skull saw and full amputation set. There are painstakingly detailed wax depictions of internal anatomy by the 19th Century modeller Joseph Towne, who worked at Guy’s Hospital for more than 50 years.

euo:

Museum of London showcases ‘bodysnatchers’

In 1820 London had four major hospitals offering dissection classes and 17 private anatomy schools. For many, obtaining bodies for dissection was a problem.

All too often the solution was provided by gangs of grave robbers, raiding cemeteries and offering corpses for cash. Some even resorted to murder. These were the “resurrection men”.

"For the first time we will display the human remains from the excavation and reveal their story - lost for so long and yet so important - providing a poignant and sombre reminder of a real truth that with medical advancement there is rarely no human cost."

The exhibition also includes surgical tools from the period, including a skull saw and full amputation set. There are painstakingly detailed wax depictions of internal anatomy by the 19th Century modeller Joseph Towne, who worked at Guy’s Hospital for more than 50 years.

pootee:

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