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Welcome to the blog of a closeted geek. Current obsessions include, but are not limited to: Stucky, Star-Trek, classical painting techniques, nightlife, science fiction, and avoiding all responsibilities.

antique-erotic:

A splendid sixth photograph in this quite wonderfully raunchy old set of smut - taken around 1880, these are some of the very earliest explicit homosexual scenes to be published. As with heterosexual pornography of the era, the models giving such a great performance were likely recruited from a brothel, which goes a little way to explain the attitude of cool confidence with which they appear to relish indulging their passions here in the photographer’s studio.

antique-erotic:

A splendid sixth photograph in this quite wonderfully raunchy old set of smut - taken around 1880, these are some of the very earliest explicit homosexual scenes to be published. As with heterosexual pornography of the era, the models giving such a great performance were likely recruited from a brothel, which goes a little way to explain the attitude of cool confidence with which they appear to relish indulging their passions here in the photographer’s studio.

melaric-art:

WIP illustration for 《残酷罗曼史》aka A Cruel Romance

melaric-art:

WIP illustration for 《残酷罗曼史》aka A Cruel Romance

paperflower86:

From the archives of the Smithsonian Institute, on view for the first time at the exhibiton ‘Captain Amarica - the living legend and symbol of courage’, opening on Friday, July 4, 2013.

I recently visited an exhibition on war propaganda and was inspired to make some posters not only for Cap but also for Bucky, Peggy and the rest of the Howling Commandos. Some of the artists I referenced are Edward Penfield, Norman Rockwell and Joseph C. Leyendecker. Thanks to agentbartomanoff for beta-ing the slogans.

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crowthis:

i don’t remember you

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wheresthe-angel:

Fun Fact: it’s totally canon that Steve drew Bucky when he got unfrozen

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Crying because he seems to be left handed in the comics

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awwww-cute:

There is a step here, I’m sure of it Ahhhh!

awwww-cute:

There is a step here, I’m sure of it Ahhhh!

four-nostril:

meeedeee:

The original of this drawing arrived in the mail today. I wish we could put together a traveling gallery of all the stunning K/S fan art to take to fan conventions. Until then, enjoy this low resolution version.
From Fanlore, the fan run, non-profit wiki about media fandom
Pieta back cover First Time #46, [artist: Shelly Butler]. The pose, which is an art classic, was used decades earlier in the drawing by Wendy Pearson accompanying the poem Pieta in Starbase M.T.L. #6. One comment on the work: "The image is a reflection of the glorious sculpture, Pieta. Here, a long-haired Spock lovingly holds an angelic Kirk on his lap. Notice Spock’s hand delicately and gently placed on a vulnerable Kirk’s belly. Kirk’s blissful, sublime expression relates to their intimate relationship, and a soft light seems to shine on him.”
Another fan wrote this: “The impression I get from Pieta is that Spock is preparing to infuse the man in his lap with something great, mysterious, and ultimately very powerful. Dare I call it by its name? Love.”
More art commentary is here.
The drawing won a STIFfie Award in 1997.

Normally I just reblog silly fun stuff but this needs to be here. It’s too good to pass.

four-nostril:

meeedeee:

The original of this drawing arrived in the mail today. I wish we could put together a traveling gallery of all the stunning K/S fan art to take to fan conventions. Until then, enjoy this low resolution version.

From Fanlore, the fan run, non-profit wiki about media fandom

Pieta back cover First Time #46, [artist: Shelly Butler]. The pose, which is an art classic, was used decades earlier in the drawing by Wendy Pearson accompanying the poem Pieta in Starbase M.T.L. #6. One comment on the work: "The image is a reflection of the glorious sculpture, Pieta. Here, a long-haired Spock lovingly holds an angelic Kirk on his lap. Notice Spock’s hand delicately and gently placed on a vulnerable Kirk’s belly. Kirk’s blissful, sublime expression relates to their intimate relationship, and a soft light seems to shine on him.

Another fan wrote this: The impression I get from Pieta is that Spock is preparing to infuse the man in his lap with something great, mysterious, and ultimately very powerful. Dare I call it by its name? Love.”

More art commentary is here.

The drawing won a STIFfie Award in 1997.

Normally I just reblog silly fun stuff but this needs to be here. It’s too good to pass.

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borderlands-confessions:

"It blows my mind that some people hate Claptrap. How is that possible?!"
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borderlands-confessions:

"It blows my mind that some people hate Claptrap. How is that possible?!"

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