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wowthatexists:

Yes, these actually exist.

And they actually sold for $5.39 on Otaku Mode. Tough luck though if you wanted one as they are currently sold out.

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babsdraws:

xoxoxo The cutest couple in the Mushroom Kingdom! xoxoxoAnother piece for a Fangamer x Attract Mode show!! This years show theme was all about the “love” baby! SO of course I drew an playful Peach and Mario for the show. That princess has got that plumber wrapped around her little finger. ;) The show is Aug 30th in Seattle and tickets are available at the link below! http://www.fangamer.com/products/fangamer-attract-mode

babsdraws:

xoxoxo The cutest couple in the Mushroom Kingdom! xoxoxo

Another piece for a Fangamer x Attract Mode show!! This years show theme was all about the “love” baby! SO of course I drew an playful Peach and Mario for the show. That princess has got that plumber wrapped around her little finger. ;) 

The show is Aug 30th in Seattle and tickets are available at the link below! 
http://www.fangamer.com/products/fangamer-attract-mode

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crazypaci:

Seyit UYGUR { Ebru Artist }

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genderoftheday:

Today’s Gender of the Day is: a very fluffy and very wiggly cat.

genderoftheday:

Today’s Gender of the Day is: a very fluffy and very wiggly cat.

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diabolikdiabolik:

Emily Graslie, the Chief Curiosity Correspondent of The Field Museum in Chicago. Probably my favorite Chief Curiosity Correspondent of any museum.
Check out her YouTube channel, The Brain Scoop, devoted to exploring all aspects relating to the curious world of taxidermy, zoology, natural history museums, and the culture of animal preservation.

Someday I won’t be the only Chief Curiosity Correspondent. 
Can’t you imagine going to an annual “Conference of the Chief Curiosity Correspondents”?! We’d have it in a different Museum or collection every year and talk about discoveries and adventures 
maybe we could have themed uniforms with matching hats and vests 
and our own handshake or symbolic greeting
c’mon world, let’s get on this

thebrainscoop:

diabolikdiabolik:

Emily Graslie, the Chief Curiosity Correspondent of The Field Museum in Chicago. Probably my favorite Chief Curiosity Correspondent of any museum.

Check out her YouTube channel, The Brain Scoop, devoted to exploring all aspects relating to the curious world of taxidermy, zoology, natural history museums, and the culture of animal preservation.

Someday I won’t be the only Chief Curiosity Correspondent. 

Can’t you imagine going to an annual “Conference of the Chief Curiosity Correspondents”?! We’d have it in a different Museum or collection every year and talk about discoveries and adventures 

maybe we could have themed uniforms with matching hats and vests 

and our own handshake or symbolic greeting

c’mon world, let’s get on this

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melbemol:

Here are some drawings of a person I admire. It is not really the true characters but they are squarely well drawn. 

His facebook page is: https://www.facebook.com/veriapriyatno

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jedhenry:

History in the making! 

The Great Woodblock Saga continues! Two years after we started, we now have 11 skilled carvers, printers and assistants in our employment. These craftspeople are working, improving and preserving this craft because of you!

And the next step: David Bull is opening his store in the heart of Tokyo. But it’s not just be a store - it’s a Woodblock Experience, where anybody can try their hand at printmaking, and bring home a unique souvenir in the process! 

Dave already has $35,000 saved up to renovate the building, but construction ALWAYS goes over. To raise a little extra padding capitol, Dave’s Kickstarter campaign is offering three amazing prints. You can look through them in this post.

I’m definitely getting “The Scent of Chrysanthemums” - which one will you get? Here’s the Kickstarter link:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1617791500/david-bull-is-building-a-new-shop-in-tokyo

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