I'm Kittkin, or Kit. Whichever strikes your fancy. And I'm slowly (sort of, not really) getting better at this whole blogging thing. If you've been sent along by Chesh, I beg you to lower your expectations as soon as possible.

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taktophoto:

Beautiful Wax Sculptures Formed by Collaborating with Honeybees

(Source: mymodernmet.com)

azuzastamaria:

Kavalier, Clay.

azuzastamaria:

Kavalier, Clay.


John Isaacs, Are you still mad at me, 2001, wax, resin, expanding foam, plaster, oil paint, latex, stage blood
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John Isaacs, Are you still mad at me, 2001, wax, resin, expanding foam, plaster, oil paint, latex, stage blood

asylum-art:

Creative Sculptures by Hedi Xandt

Hedi Xandt imagines impressive sculptures. Mixing styles and materials with talent, the artist invites us to discover his dark and intense universe.

viivus:

I’ve been experimenting with bees and gold ink! Also my scanner crapped out, which is just as well because the ink looks better photographed than scanned.

fer1972:

Human Organs made from Plants and Flowers by Camila Carlow 

atlinmerrick:

trenchcoatsandmicroscopes:


sweet pea flowers, tulips, and a human skull 
inspired by x

I was re-reading some of my favorite fics the other day, because I was feeling down and what better way to be cheered up than johnlock, and AtlinMerricks Skullduggery is always a go to for a bit of happy fluff/smut. Pen and a bit of my crappy sketchbook paper.   
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atlinmerrick:

trenchcoatsandmicroscopes:

sweet pea flowers, tulips, and a human skull 

inspired by x

I was re-reading some of my favorite fics the other day, because I was feeling down and what better way to be cheered up than johnlock, and AtlinMerricks Skullduggery is always a go to for a bit of happy fluff/smut. Pen and a bit of my crappy sketchbook paper.   

chroniclebooks:

Who knew Emily Dickinson was a such a prolific baker? Check out Wendy MacNaughton’s Favorite Snacks of the Great Scribblers. 
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chroniclebooks:

Who knew Emily Dickinson was a such a prolific baker? Check out Wendy MacNaughton’s Favorite Snacks of the Great Scribblers