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1st September 2014

Photo with 2 notes

31st August 2014

Photo with 1 note

Part of the commercial for HHN 2014 at Universal Studios Hollywood.

Maybe also for Orlando?

Part of the commercial for HHN 2014 at Universal Studios Hollywood.

Maybe also for Orlando?

31st August 2014

Photo reblogged from Poltergeist with 7 notes

31st August 2014

Photo reblogged from Poltergeist with 124 notes

Source: greggorysshocktheater

31st August 2014

Photo reblogged from Poltergeist with 17 notes

poultergeist:

Did this hand lettered wheel of fortune a few years ago while working at Ilovedust. It was used at The OFFF festival in Barcelona. #lettering #handtype #typography

poultergeist:

Did this hand lettered wheel of fortune a few years ago while working at Ilovedust. It was used at The OFFF festival in Barcelona. #lettering #handtype #typography

31st August 2014

Photo reblogged from Poltergeist with 12 notes

31st August 2014

Photo reblogged from Poltergeist with 82 notes

cryptofwrestling:

Johnny Blaze Maze(1970s)

cryptofwrestling:

Johnny Blaze Maze
(1970s)

Source: cryptofwrestling

31st August 2014

Photo reblogged from circling the unnamable with 122 notes

pussybow:

still desperately in need of a shudder pig

pussybow:

still desperately in need of a shudder pig

Source: pusssybow

31st August 2014

Photo reblogged from circling the unnamable with 46 notes

mondaysuicide:

by Sam Decker (Amazing-Man Comics #12, 1940)

mondaysuicide:

by Sam Decker (Amazing-Man Comics #12, 1940)

31st August 2014

Photo reblogged from C.P. with 113 notes

centuriespast:

Grey-black volcanic stone sculpture representing the Hindu elephant god Ganesha. He is seated on a platform of skulls; the soles of his feet are together, his right leg bent. Two of his four arms are down, two raised. His trunk is reaching into a dish of sweets held in his lower left hand; in his lower right hand he holds a broken tusk (?) and in his upper left hand a string of beads. The skulls and the seated pose with feet together are typical of Ganesha figures from the 13th century East Java kingdom of Singhasari.
Penn Museum

centuriespast:

Grey-black volcanic stone sculpture representing the Hindu elephant god Ganesha. He is seated on a platform of skulls; the soles of his feet are together, his right leg bent. Two of his four arms are down, two raised. His trunk is reaching into a dish of sweets held in his lower left hand; in his lower right hand he holds a broken tusk (?) and in his upper left hand a string of beads. The skulls and the seated pose with feet together are typical of Ganesha figures from the 13th century East Java kingdom of Singhasari.

Penn Museum