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fuckaspunk:

SKATE AND DESTROY

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Timestamp: 1397808804

fuckaspunk:

SKATE AND DESTROY

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shinigami take the soul from the body according to a list, causing an end to the kaleidoscope. Day in, day out, peacefully. Indifferently. I lived that shinigami life for a long time, when I thought…what would happen if the end had a continuation?

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Timestamp: 1397808635

shinigami take the soul from the body according to a list, causing an end to the kaleidoscope. Day in, day out, peacefully. Indifferently. I lived that shinigami life for a long time, when I thought…what would happen if the end had a continuation?

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purienne:

Hannah K by Henrik Purienne.

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Timestamp: 1397808443

purienne:

Hannah K by Henrik Purienne.

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quinntet:

society

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discodeaky:

do you ever feel bad when you skip a song by your favourite band? like they’re going to get upset at you?

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70sscifiart:

From the author, Daniel Davis:

"One of my earliest Space Colony paintings was based on the giant ‘Model 3’ cylindrical habitats envisioned by Gerard O’Neill. I imagined the clouds forming at an ‘altitude’ around the rotation axis.

At this time the scene is bathed in the ruddy light of all the sunrises and sunsets on Earth at that moment as the colony briefly enters the Earths shadow, out at the L5 Lagrangian point where stable locations are easily maintained. Oil on canvas panel disposition unknown.”

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Timestamp: 1397771514

70sscifiart:

From the author, Daniel Davis:

"One of my earliest Space Colony paintings was based on the giant ‘Model 3’ cylindrical habitats envisioned by Gerard O’Neill. I imagined the clouds forming at an ‘altitude’ around the rotation axis.

At this time the scene is bathed in the ruddy light of all the sunrises and sunsets on Earth at that moment as the colony briefly enters the Earths shadow, out at the L5 Lagrangian point where stable locations are easily maintained. Oil on canvas panel disposition unknown.”

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