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asian. crazy. picky. lazy.
As I maneuver myself in this world, interesting things pop up in front of me and my goal is to share it-- whatever it may be.

my blog consist of art, text, relatable and funny posts.
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gentlemenbelike:

http://gentlemenbelike.tumblr.com
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parenyzia:

erosion-of-beauty:

A clever typography series using letters within a word to illustrate the word.

ohmygod this is beautiful
parenyzia:

erosion-of-beauty:

A clever typography series using letters within a word to illustrate the word.

ohmygod this is beautiful
parenyzia:

erosion-of-beauty:

A clever typography series using letters within a word to illustrate the word.

ohmygod this is beautiful
parenyzia:

erosion-of-beauty:

A clever typography series using letters within a word to illustrate the word.

ohmygod this is beautiful
parenyzia:

erosion-of-beauty:

A clever typography series using letters within a word to illustrate the word.

ohmygod this is beautiful
parenyzia:

erosion-of-beauty:

A clever typography series using letters within a word to illustrate the word.

ohmygod this is beautiful
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cinnamid:

The bees never bothered me anyway 
cinnamid:

The bees never bothered me anyway 
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narutoloover:

Naruto looks majestic :)
source: n.s.
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art-of-swords:

Wakizashi Sword
Dated: late Edo Period: 1603-1867
Culture: Japanese
Medium: steel, copper, ray skin, silk, wood
Measurements: blade length: 55 cm. Tang lenght: 12 cm
The tang (part of the blase encased by the handle) measures 12 cm. The koshirae (mounting) has two menuki, a bird and a crescent, and two seppa and habaki in copper. The tsuba is also made of copper, featuring vegetal decoration. The kozuka of the sword is also of copper and shows a fishing scene. The tzuka is covered in ray skin and silk rope, while the sheath in brown wood with enlarged tip, featuring a decoration of small black birds.

Source: Copyright © 2014 The Caravana Collection
art-of-swords:

Wakizashi Sword
Dated: late Edo Period: 1603-1867
Culture: Japanese
Medium: steel, copper, ray skin, silk, wood
Measurements: blade length: 55 cm. Tang lenght: 12 cm
The tang (part of the blase encased by the handle) measures 12 cm. The koshirae (mounting) has two menuki, a bird and a crescent, and two seppa and habaki in copper. The tsuba is also made of copper, featuring vegetal decoration. The kozuka of the sword is also of copper and shows a fishing scene. The tzuka is covered in ray skin and silk rope, while the sheath in brown wood with enlarged tip, featuring a decoration of small black birds.

Source: Copyright © 2014 The Caravana Collection
art-of-swords:

Wakizashi Sword
Dated: late Edo Period: 1603-1867
Culture: Japanese
Medium: steel, copper, ray skin, silk, wood
Measurements: blade length: 55 cm. Tang lenght: 12 cm
The tang (part of the blase encased by the handle) measures 12 cm. The koshirae (mounting) has two menuki, a bird and a crescent, and two seppa and habaki in copper. The tsuba is also made of copper, featuring vegetal decoration. The kozuka of the sword is also of copper and shows a fishing scene. The tzuka is covered in ray skin and silk rope, while the sheath in brown wood with enlarged tip, featuring a decoration of small black birds.

Source: Copyright © 2014 The Caravana Collection
art-of-swords:

Wakizashi Sword
Dated: late Edo Period: 1603-1867
Culture: Japanese
Medium: steel, copper, ray skin, silk, wood
Measurements: blade length: 55 cm. Tang lenght: 12 cm
The tang (part of the blase encased by the handle) measures 12 cm. The koshirae (mounting) has two menuki, a bird and a crescent, and two seppa and habaki in copper. The tsuba is also made of copper, featuring vegetal decoration. The kozuka of the sword is also of copper and shows a fishing scene. The tzuka is covered in ray skin and silk rope, while the sheath in brown wood with enlarged tip, featuring a decoration of small black birds.

Source: Copyright © 2014 The Caravana Collection
art-of-swords:

Wakizashi Sword
Dated: late Edo Period: 1603-1867
Culture: Japanese
Medium: steel, copper, ray skin, silk, wood
Measurements: blade length: 55 cm. Tang lenght: 12 cm
The tang (part of the blase encased by the handle) measures 12 cm. The koshirae (mounting) has two menuki, a bird and a crescent, and two seppa and habaki in copper. The tsuba is also made of copper, featuring vegetal decoration. The kozuka of the sword is also of copper and shows a fishing scene. The tzuka is covered in ray skin and silk rope, while the sheath in brown wood with enlarged tip, featuring a decoration of small black birds.

Source: Copyright © 2014 The Caravana Collection
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socially-awkward-platypus:


The composition is so amazing, especially the faux skirt-twirling.
socially-awkward-platypus:


The composition is so amazing, especially the faux skirt-twirling.
socially-awkward-platypus:


The composition is so amazing, especially the faux skirt-twirling.
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#MISPRONOUNCING YOUR OWN NAME

#Leonardy DiCaprisun



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#MISPRONOUNCING YOUR OWN NAME

#Leonardy DiCaprisun
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youngjusticer:

"Let it burn."
Queen of the Flame, by Rika Chan.
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itscolossal:

Smithsonian Magazine Announces 11th Annual Photo Contest Finalists
itscolossal:

Smithsonian Magazine Announces 11th Annual Photo Contest Finalists
itscolossal:

Smithsonian Magazine Announces 11th Annual Photo Contest Finalists
itscolossal:

Smithsonian Magazine Announces 11th Annual Photo Contest Finalists
itscolossal:

Smithsonian Magazine Announces 11th Annual Photo Contest Finalists