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Akseli Gallen-Kallela (Finnish, 1865 – 1931)

Lemminkäinen’s Mother, 1897

In the Finnish epic Kalevala, Lemminkäinen drowns in the river of the underworld while attempting to capture the Black Swan. His mother fishes her dead son’s body parts from the river and sews him back together. The only thing that can restore his life is a drop of honey from the dwelling of Ukko, the God of the Sky.

In this painting, Lemminkäinen’s mother waits for the bee to deliver the precious drop of honey to revive her son.

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Assassin’s Creed screams in the distance

someone write a youth fantasy novel about this damn thing

Oh….my…..give this to me now.

Here you go!

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Remember kids, being a Goth isn’t about the wearing a particular style of clothes or listening to certain types of music…

It’s about ravaging the Balkans, threatening to sack Constantinople, actually sacking Rome and eventually establishing permanent kingdoms in Southern Gaul and the Iberian and Italian Peninsulas.

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“Unsatisfied Women in Western Art History"  //  Mallory Ortberg
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THE ULTIMATE SNUGGLES

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THE ULTIMATE SNUGGLES

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There is no good and evil there is only power

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There is no good and evil there is only power

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just want to give a shoutout to my main tentacle man

meet the flamboyant cuttlefish
it is cute, small, colourful, and poisonous
it doesn’t even swim, it waddles

Excuse you that is clearly a sashay and not a waddle. It is a FLAMBOYANT cuttlefish.

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Dice Shaming

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Up Close: Cape 1895-1900 (X)

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