Just little Ornstein things.
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- falling asleep on someone’s chest
- wrapping your arms around each other
- synching heartbeats and breathing slowly
- falling asleep in big t-shirts and underwear
- forehead kissies and murmured affections
- MONSTER TRUCKS
Good Ol Gravedigger.
Roman Bronze Medical Scalpel, 1st-3rd Century AD
Terracotta relief plaque (‘Melian relief’) with Scylla, who has the body of a fish, with two coils, and two dogs projecting in front.
(Source: The British Museum)
- Dated: circa 1610-20
- Culture: German and English
- Medium: iron, steel, gold and silver
The sword has an English hilt, made circa 1610-20 overlaid with gold and silver. The blade was made in Solingen, Germany (dated 1617), gilded, blued and etched with animals, mottoes and sayings stamped with the mark of Clemens Horn. By tradition the sword belonged to Charles I.
Ballpoint pen & 22K Gold Leaf Applique on Moleskine paper
Wow how do people do things like this. Ballpoint pen and 22K Gold leaf applique on Moleskine!?!?
I don’t know if this is a rhetorical question or not but I’ve made things in this technique before. It’s very, very time consuming and skill intensive. You have to use the pen very lightly and it’s easy to make a mistake, and the mistakes are really obvious. I’ve usually done works with ballpoint freehand (obviously nothing this quality) but you can tell these were meticulously planned and composed.
And then of course on top of that you have the gold leaf, which if the artist is using classic leafing technique (sheets of gold leaf) is a whole nother level of possible instant ruination.
Basically what I’m saying is that this is as hard as it looks.