1. thesavagesgallery:

    Toyen (1902-1980)

    Paravent, 1966.

    (via 1910-again)

  2. (Source: groteleur, via heathenwoods)

  3. libutron:

    African Comb Duck - Sarkidiornis melanotos

    This peculiar duck belonging to the species Sarkidiornis melanotos (Anseriformes - Anatidae) gets its common name from the large, fleshy, dark grey growth or ‘comb’ on the top of the male’s beak, an unusual and distinctive structure which enlarges during the breeding season.

    Also known as Knob-billed Duck, the species has a wide distribution across sub-Saharan Africa, Madagascar, South and Central America, and tropical Asia, including Cambodia, China, India, Japan and Vietnam. 

    References: [1] - [2] - [3]

    Photo credit: [Top: ©Tony Faria | Locality: Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa, 2012] - [Bottom: ©Clive Chu | Locality: unknown, 2008]

    (via cacajao)

  4. (Source: s-lb, via slumberwithwolves)

  6. floatingforever:

    Jean Paul Gaultier, Spring/Summer 2002

    (Source: sullenmoons, via slumberwithwolves)

  8. (Source: retrogasm, via cacajao)

  9. jeremykoreski:

    Transient Orcas offshore from Tofino, British Columbia

    (via biologizeable)

  10. nemfrog:

    Frontispiece. Flying fish. Nonsuch: land of water. 1932.

    (via scientificillustration)