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mapsontheweb:

Map of Washington D.C. in 1815.

mapsontheweb:

Map of Washington D.C. in 1815.

(via hyperrealcartography)

awwww-cute:

Took my cat to the Vet

awwww-cute:

Took my cat to the Vet

(via peanutbutterpolarbear)

rhamphotheca:

LIVE YOUR DREAMS!!!

rhamphotheca:

LIVE YOUR DREAMS!!!

(via tiny-creatures)

wrmoore:

Razorback
Illustration/ Graphite on Paper 

wrmoore:

Razorback

Illustration/ Graphite on Paper 

(via scientificillustration)

tastefullyoffensive:

People Having Fun With Statues (Part 2)

Previously: Part One

(via yourdailydoseoftom)

lindahall:

Images from A New Voyage Round the World, 1697, and Voyage of Guillaume Dampier…, 1705,  two books describing pirate William Dampier’s voyage around the world. To learn more about Dampier’s contributions to science visit the exhibit Voyages: Scientific Circumnavigations.

(via scientificillustration)

nathanvieland:

My first .gif animation! 

nathanvieland:

My first .gif animation! 

(via scientificillustration)

skyfreezer:

At the Green Lake - Grüner See, Tragöß, Austria on Flickr.
science-illustrated:

The geography-cartography-topography of the planet Mars (which took me ageeeees to complete)! You can see the whole project here.
I wanted to show the striking dichotomy of the Marsian surface (the two hemispheres differ in elevation by 1 to 3 km). While the northern one-third is relatively flat and lies below the conventional ‘zero elevation’ level (aka the “sea level”, only there’s no ocean to evaluate), the southern hemisphere is mountains and highlands heavily cratered. Plus there are large river valleys and outflow channels cutting through the separation. Our deserts are quite boring in comparison!

science-illustrated:

The geography-cartography-topography of the planet Mars (which took me ageeeees to complete)! You can see the whole project here.

I wanted to show the striking dichotomy of the Marsian surface (the two hemispheres differ in elevation by 1 to 3 km). While the northern one-third is relatively flat and lies below the conventional ‘zero elevation’ level (aka the “sea level”, only there’s no ocean to evaluate), the southern hemisphere is mountains and highlands heavily cratered. Plus there are large river valleys and outflow channels cutting through the separation. Our deserts are quite boring in comparison!

(via scientificillustration)

@troylf: Spongebob mowing down citizens of liberty city in a giant cheeseburger, video sponsored by @Team_Mitch

@troylf: Spongebob mowing down citizens of liberty city in a giant cheeseburger, video sponsored by @Team_Mitch

humoristics:

Did he win?

humoristics:

Did he win?

(via yourdailydoseoftom)

bonjourtableau:

Saint George Slaying the Dragon, 1551, Giorgio Vasari

bonjourtableau:

Saint George Slaying the Dragon, 1551, Giorgio Vasari

(via max-von-sirbaf)

algopop:

Bitch to Ajerk; unfortunate unamendable algorithmic account-namings. 
submitted by refsandquotes

algopop:

Bitch to Ajerk; unfortunate unamendable algorithmic account-namings. 

submitted by refsandquotes

adamworks:

I’ve been playing Pikmin 3 a lot these days, so I needed to do this because it’s a fantastic game.

  • Planet of the pikminis.
  • My little neighbors.

They are available on my Redbubble and Society6

kylefewell:

My piece for the Fangamer <3 Attract Mode show happening on August 30th at 1923 Events in Seattle, WA. I recently got Pikmin 3 through that Mario Kart 8 promotional deal and I really loved it. Highly enjoyable and addictive little game. Also, Pikmin are adorable. 

If you happen to be at PAX Prime or live/are in Seattle that day, should stop by the gallery show :D it will be fun.