I'll Eat Out Your Heart~
My name is Nolan and this is my blog. Most things you'll find here are fandom stuff, art, fetishy things or creepy shit.

haveahiddles:

musewhipped:

0hfaithful:

LOOK AT THIS BEAUTIFUL LITTLE THING OH MY GOD

Pretty sure that cat is using its magical powers to turn the plants around itself orange for camouflage. Yup, that’s it.

They say Aslan is on the move.

"Does she dance very beautifully?"
"Who?"
"The girl you’re in love with"
"Yes. Very."

malformalady:

Bluntnose stingray embryo(Dasyatis say)

Photo credit: NEFSC/NOAA

malformalady:

Diffuse Iris Nevus. Iris nevi typically appear as hyperpigmented regions of the iris with minimal disruption of the normal iris architecture. However, they may occasionally be associated with ectropion uveae or sectoral cataract. There are two types of iris nevi. Circumscribed iris nevi are discrete and often nodular. Diffuse iris nevi, as shown in this photograph, involve an entire sector or rarely the entire iris.

telapathetic:

*sees there’s a queer relationship on a show* *starts watching that show*

coleoptera-kinbote:

galaxynextdoor:

D4 Coming to Xbox One This Friday

The man behind the wonderfully weird Deadly Premonition is at it again with the Xbox One exclusive D4. D4 will have some kinect functionality if you’re into that sort of thing but can be played with the good old fashion X1 controller as well. 

THIS LOOKS FUCKING INCREDIBLE I’M SO MAD FUCK THE XBONE

decoarchitecture:

Kelenföld Power Station, Budapest, Hungary
Photo by Jennifer Walker, Slate

Jaw-dropping 1930s power station in Hungary.

From the article (which includes several more great images):

Hidden in Budapest’s XI District, on the banks of the Danube in the unfashionable side of Buda, lies an iconic monument symbolizing the dawn of the electrical age. Once Europe’s most advanced power station, the semi-abandoned and now privately owned site in Kelenföld celebrates its 100th birthday this year.

Kelenföld Power Station is not only a technological marvel, having supplied a large chunk of the city with electricity as far back as 1914, but it’s also one of the masterpieces in industrial design.

Two architects, Kálmán Reichl and Virgil Borbíro, designed the old buildings of the power plant, which under the Hungarian law means they will never be demolished, but neither will they be restored. You can see the slow decay in parts of the building, which only enhances their beauty in a bittersweet, tragic manner, since they will only continue to deteriorate over time. The old part of the Kelenföld Power Station is no longer supplying the city’s electricity, but it’s frequently used in films and music videos, most recently as a steampunk power room in NBC’s Dracula TV series.

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endsverstiel:

do you ever see a headcanon so incorrect you have to sit down for a little bit

arstekne:

The youth of Bacchus, detail (1884) by William-Adolphe Bouguereau

noahberkley:

Silent Hill 1 creature concepts by Masahiro Ito