"I created this PDF guide and short video to go over a few Sacred Geometry symbols, their names and meanings - learn more and how to create your own Sacred Geometry artwork (click the image to watch)." By Skybox Creative
A soldier and his squirrel. The soldier found a weak baby squirrel, nursed it back to life. Now the guy left the service, works as a taxi driver, and the squirrel is always in his pocket no matter where he goes! a-soldier-and-his-squirrel.
Francesca Woodman, Untitled Boulder Colorado, Not one for the kids: Woodman's rabbit-headed man stands to attention. Photograph: The Estate of Francesca Woodman, Courtesy George and Betty Woodman/Victoria Miro
This is my tattoo I have been looking for so long now for a sugar skull & this is it. I love love LOVE a amazing-quality, expensive tattoo! ART is the only thing your should put on your body if you decide to mark yourself.
I like this image as the barbed wire has a very interesting pattern on the outside of it and the repetition of the barbed wire looks really good. Also the way the barbed wire spirals down is very fascinating as it creates an illusion like effect.