risto-licious:

run, lass, run!
(also hello everyone who’s new here, BE WELCOME, I post gross things and a terriblly huge amount of my disgusting demon oc Risto. This lady here is Toriki, another oc of mine who isn’t usually a deer centaur)

risto-licious:

run, lass, run!

(also hello everyone who’s new here, BE WELCOME, I post gross things and a terriblly huge amount of my disgusting demon oc Risto. This lady here is Toriki, another oc of mine who isn’t usually a deer centaur)

(via hethatcures)

… I think that we live or die under the tyranny of perfection. Socially, we are pushed towards being perfect. Physically, beautiful to conform to standards that are cruel and uncommon, to behave and lead our lives in a certain way, to demonstrate to the world that we are happy and healthy and all full of sunshine. We are told to always smile and never sweat, by multiple commercials of shampoo or beer.
And I feel that the most achievable goal of our lives is to have the freedom that imperfection gives us.
And there is no better patron saint of imperfection than a monster.
We will try really hard to be angels, but I think that a balanced, sane life is to accept the monstrosity in ourselves and others as part of what being human is. Imperfection, the acceptance of imperfection, leads to tolerance and liberates us from social models that I find horrible and oppressive.

guillermo del toro (via decotora)

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bobbycaputo:

271 Years Before Pantone, an Artist Mixed and Described Every Color Imaginable in an 800-Page Book

In 1692 an artist known only as “A. Boogert” sat down to write a book in Dutch about mixing watercolors. Not only would he begin the book with a bit about the use of color in painting, but would go on to explain how to create certain hues and change the tone by adding one, two, or three parts of water. The premise sounds simple enough, but the final product is almost unfathomable in its detail and scope.

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