deadjosey:

creepsmcpasta:

zombie-smart-bunnyvirus:

theartofanimation:

Sakimichan

DID SOMEONE PHOTOSHOP A FAT BELLY ON GENDER-BEND URSULA?? 


Why did someone change the original? XD

cause people are twats :U
deadjosey:

creepsmcpasta:

zombie-smart-bunnyvirus:

theartofanimation:

Sakimichan

DID SOMEONE PHOTOSHOP A FAT BELLY ON GENDER-BEND URSULA?? 


Why did someone change the original? XD

cause people are twats :U
deadjosey:

creepsmcpasta:

zombie-smart-bunnyvirus:

theartofanimation:

Sakimichan

DID SOMEONE PHOTOSHOP A FAT BELLY ON GENDER-BEND URSULA?? 


Why did someone change the original? XD

cause people are twats :U
deadjosey:

creepsmcpasta:

zombie-smart-bunnyvirus:

theartofanimation:

Sakimichan

DID SOMEONE PHOTOSHOP A FAT BELLY ON GENDER-BEND URSULA?? 


Why did someone change the original? XD

cause people are twats :U
deadjosey:

creepsmcpasta:

zombie-smart-bunnyvirus:

theartofanimation:

Sakimichan

DID SOMEONE PHOTOSHOP A FAT BELLY ON GENDER-BEND URSULA?? 


Why did someone change the original? XD

cause people are twats :U
deadjosey:

creepsmcpasta:

zombie-smart-bunnyvirus:

theartofanimation:

Sakimichan

DID SOMEONE PHOTOSHOP A FAT BELLY ON GENDER-BEND URSULA?? 


Why did someone change the original? XD

cause people are twats :U
deadjosey:

creepsmcpasta:

zombie-smart-bunnyvirus:

theartofanimation:

Sakimichan

DID SOMEONE PHOTOSHOP A FAT BELLY ON GENDER-BEND URSULA?? 


Why did someone change the original? XD

cause people are twats :U
deadjosey:

creepsmcpasta:

zombie-smart-bunnyvirus:

theartofanimation:

Sakimichan

DID SOMEONE PHOTOSHOP A FAT BELLY ON GENDER-BEND URSULA?? 


Why did someone change the original? XD

cause people are twats :U

deadjosey:

creepsmcpasta:

zombie-smart-bunnyvirus:

theartofanimation:

Sakimichan

DID SOMEONE PHOTOSHOP A FAT BELLY ON GENDER-BEND URSULA?? 

Why did someone change the original? XD

cause people are twats :U

hairdownkorra:

Mamoru, please say it once more.

Again? But I’ve said it 50 times!

Please? One more time?

Okay, for the last time. Marry me, Usagi.

(Quelle: lady-mikasa)

(Quelle: ribbonchocolate)

unknowneditors:

Paper artist: Diana Beltran Herrera

The Cornell Fine Arts Museum will display seven sculptures by Diana Beltran Herrera. The works are completely made of paper and feature local bird species. The project is a CFAM collaboration with the Latin American Student Association, the Department of Biology, and the Department of Environmental Studies at Rollins College.

Herrera’s work seeks to explore the chillingly disengaged relationship between humans and nature in modern society. Using paper as her primary medium she is able to present notions of temporality and change, emphasizing the process of transformation that continuously occurs in nature as well as humankind.

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Paper artist: Diana Beltran Herrera

The Cornell Fine Arts Museum will display seven sculptures by Diana Beltran Herrera. The works are completely made of paper and feature local bird species. The project is a CFAM collaboration with the Latin American Student Association, the Department of Biology, and the Department of Environmental Studies at Rollins College.

Herrera’s work seeks to explore the chillingly disengaged relationship between humans and nature in modern society. Using paper as her primary medium she is able to present notions of temporality and change, emphasizing the process of transformation that continuously occurs in nature as well as humankind.

We’re Unknown Editors. Check us out on facebook, instagram & twitter. unknowneditors:

Paper artist: Diana Beltran Herrera

The Cornell Fine Arts Museum will display seven sculptures by Diana Beltran Herrera. The works are completely made of paper and feature local bird species. The project is a CFAM collaboration with the Latin American Student Association, the Department of Biology, and the Department of Environmental Studies at Rollins College.

Herrera’s work seeks to explore the chillingly disengaged relationship between humans and nature in modern society. Using paper as her primary medium she is able to present notions of temporality and change, emphasizing the process of transformation that continuously occurs in nature as well as humankind.

We’re Unknown Editors. Check us out on facebook, instagram & twitter. unknowneditors:

Paper artist: Diana Beltran Herrera

The Cornell Fine Arts Museum will display seven sculptures by Diana Beltran Herrera. The works are completely made of paper and feature local bird species. The project is a CFAM collaboration with the Latin American Student Association, the Department of Biology, and the Department of Environmental Studies at Rollins College.

Herrera’s work seeks to explore the chillingly disengaged relationship between humans and nature in modern society. Using paper as her primary medium she is able to present notions of temporality and change, emphasizing the process of transformation that continuously occurs in nature as well as humankind.

We’re Unknown Editors. Check us out on facebook, instagram & twitter. unknowneditors:

Paper artist: Diana Beltran Herrera

The Cornell Fine Arts Museum will display seven sculptures by Diana Beltran Herrera. The works are completely made of paper and feature local bird species. The project is a CFAM collaboration with the Latin American Student Association, the Department of Biology, and the Department of Environmental Studies at Rollins College.

Herrera’s work seeks to explore the chillingly disengaged relationship between humans and nature in modern society. Using paper as her primary medium she is able to present notions of temporality and change, emphasizing the process of transformation that continuously occurs in nature as well as humankind.

We’re Unknown Editors. Check us out on facebook, instagram & twitter. unknowneditors:

Paper artist: Diana Beltran Herrera

The Cornell Fine Arts Museum will display seven sculptures by Diana Beltran Herrera. The works are completely made of paper and feature local bird species. The project is a CFAM collaboration with the Latin American Student Association, the Department of Biology, and the Department of Environmental Studies at Rollins College.

Herrera’s work seeks to explore the chillingly disengaged relationship between humans and nature in modern society. Using paper as her primary medium she is able to present notions of temporality and change, emphasizing the process of transformation that continuously occurs in nature as well as humankind.

We’re Unknown Editors. Check us out on facebook, instagram & twitter. unknowneditors:

Paper artist: Diana Beltran Herrera

The Cornell Fine Arts Museum will display seven sculptures by Diana Beltran Herrera. The works are completely made of paper and feature local bird species. The project is a CFAM collaboration with the Latin American Student Association, the Department of Biology, and the Department of Environmental Studies at Rollins College.

Herrera’s work seeks to explore the chillingly disengaged relationship between humans and nature in modern society. Using paper as her primary medium she is able to present notions of temporality and change, emphasizing the process of transformation that continuously occurs in nature as well as humankind.

We’re Unknown Editors. Check us out on facebook, instagram & twitter. unknowneditors:

Paper artist: Diana Beltran Herrera

The Cornell Fine Arts Museum will display seven sculptures by Diana Beltran Herrera. The works are completely made of paper and feature local bird species. The project is a CFAM collaboration with the Latin American Student Association, the Department of Biology, and the Department of Environmental Studies at Rollins College.

Herrera’s work seeks to explore the chillingly disengaged relationship between humans and nature in modern society. Using paper as her primary medium she is able to present notions of temporality and change, emphasizing the process of transformation that continuously occurs in nature as well as humankind.

We’re Unknown Editors. Check us out on facebook, instagram & twitter.

unknowneditors:

Paper artist: Diana Beltran Herrera

The Cornell Fine Arts Museum will display seven sculptures by Diana Beltran Herrera. The works are completely made of paper and feature local bird species. The project is a CFAM collaboration with the Latin American Student Association, the Department of Biology, and the Department of Environmental Studies at Rollins College.

Herrera’s work seeks to explore the chillingly disengaged relationship between humans and nature in modern society. Using paper as her primary medium she is able to present notions of temporality and change, emphasizing the process of transformation that continuously occurs in nature as well as humankind.

We’re Unknown Editors. Check us out on facebook, instagram & twitter.

fer1972:

Wood Sculptures by Paul Kaptein fer1972:

Wood Sculptures by Paul Kaptein fer1972:

Wood Sculptures by Paul Kaptein fer1972:

Wood Sculptures by Paul Kaptein fer1972:

Wood Sculptures by Paul Kaptein

fer1972:

Wood Sculptures by Paul Kaptein

misswallflower:

smorgasbaby:

Kiev, largest city of Ukraine, before the violent demonstrations and now.

ainsains:

Last one, I swear. Im GRIEVING, alright!?

ainsains:

Last one, I swear. Im GRIEVING, alright!?

(Quelle: tr3slikes)