historical-nonfiction:

Photographs from The North American Indian, a 20-volume work published between 1907 and 1930, filled with over 1,500 photographs as well as records of tribal lore and history, biographical sketches, and descriptions of traditional foods, housing, clothing, ceremonies, and customs. American photographer Edward S. Curtis wanted to capture all he could before it vanished. The pictures cover almost all of the USA, even the ice along the Arctic Ocean and the desert border with Mexico. While painting an idealized picture, Curtis’ images also contrasted with the public’s perception of Native Americans as impediments to be moved off useful land.

(Source: curtis.library.northwestern.edu)

memoryepsilon:

own
(via slay-her)

nokkiart:

They’re done! This was just a fun little stress reliever project I started a few weeks ago based on the awesome series RWBY by Roosterteeth. (If you haven’t watched it yet, its definitely worth a look)

If you want a paper cut out of your favorite character from anything, have no fear! Paper character commissions are open now!!

lilyscribbles:

Doodle of one of my favourite female characters of all time, Lyra Belacqua from Phillip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy

lilyscribbles:

Doodle of one of my favourite female characters of all time, Lyra Belacqua from Phillip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy

romp2:

algae-orlando-bloom:

the fifth graders drew me weird shit at work

i love it

paperbeatsscissors:

some forest sprite doodles from today.

New RSS Feed

beatonna:

Hello my friends!

My RSS feed was down for a few months, and I don’t know how to do any of that stuff so I left it there, like a chump.  Ask me how I run my business!  The answer is “poorly.”

But now thanks to ryannorth there is a new RSS feed!  This is it:

http://www.harkavagrant.com/rssfeed.php

Ryan is a great friend and without his help you would probably not even be reading my comics because I barely know how to turn on a computer.

(Source: whitetornpaper)

mineralists:

Iridescent Green Mexican Obsidian Arrowhead

mineralists:

Iridescent Green Mexican Obsidian Arrowhead

(Source: woodyblackwell.com)