The Venomous Swan

The Venomous Swan My name is Jane. I like art, archery, horror flicks, anime, and vidya games.

I post a lot.

My photography

kyrafic:

"Never did like that much," is a baller and superb way to express your irritation with the way the patriarchy refuses to acknowledge how badass you are.

Reblogged from princess-live

kyrafic:

"Never did like that much," is a baller and superb way to express your irritation with the way the patriarchy refuses to acknowledge how badass you are.

(Source: queenundomiel)

ghoulnextdoor:

National Portrait Gallery -The Three Witches from Macbeth (Elizabeth Lamb, Viscountess Melbourne; Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire; Anne Seymour Damer
by Daniel Gardnergouache and chalk, 177537 in. x 31 1/8 in. (940 mm x 790 mm)

Reblogged from tooinvolved

ghoulnextdoor:

National Portrait Gallery -The Three Witches from Macbeth (Elizabeth Lamb, Viscountess Melbourne; Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire; Anne Seymour Damer

by Daniel Gardner
gouache and chalk, 1775
37 in. x 31 1/8 in. (940 mm x 790 mm)

Reblogged from nostalgica

(Source: nimfia)

Reblogged from la-pitonisa-tropical

littlemisspaintbrush:

I didn’t want to spam you so I compiled my “10 things to do in Japan” illustrations for Japan Lover Me (website | facebook) in one post! (*≧▽≦)

The lists were researched and listed by KailaKayeAshley, and Carly! ♥

*I’ll edit this post when we add more lists! :3

*We’re also going to release a JapanLovin’ Traveller’s e-book soon! :3

[ Sticky: Again, sorry for the lack of posts lately. ;3; April turned out to be the busiest month for me this year.. yet. @A@ (Commissions are still closed, by the way! (except those who reserved long ago) I’ll update you guys soon~ ;-;) ]

missvoodoodoll:

Descending NightAdolph Alexander Weinman, 1914

Reblogged from nostalgica

missvoodoodoll:

Descending Night
Adolph Alexander Weinman, 1914

paganlovefest:

Stephanie Henderson

Reblogged from paganlovefest

paganlovefest:

Stephanie Henderson

izzylobo:

This is, in fact, the best stage direction in the history of plays.

Reblogged from ashbless

izzylobo:

This is, in fact, the best stage direction in the history of plays.

(Source: etsy.com)

Reblogged from peashooter85

peashooter85:

Bodyslammin’ Nazi’s,

Believe it or not, in the 1930’s American had its own Nazi party.  The German American Bund was a fascist organization founded by the German immigrant Heinz Spanknoble under the directions of Nazi Deputy Chief Rudolf Hess.  The group was openly pro-Nazi and anti-Semitic.  On the eve of World War II a Nazi group in America was about as popular as well… a Nazi group today.

One day in 1939 the Nazi’s at the German American Bund headquarters in New York were astonished to see a diminutive man place a ladder in front of their building and tear down the large sign at their doorway which read "No Dogs or Jews Allowed!".  The Nazi’s wanted retribution, and faster than a Hitler salute the 5’4”, 140 pound little middle aged man found himself surrounded by 20 armed fascist thugs.

The diminutive little man was a Jewish immigrant named Joseph Greenstein.  As a child Greenstein was forced to flee his home and Poland in the early 1900’s to escape a rash of anti-Semitic violence.  Joe Greenstein, also known by the stage name “The Mighty Atom” made a fine living for himself in America as a circus strongman and professional wrestler.  Earning himself the title “The Worlds Strongest Man”, Greenstein’s act included such feats as bending metal bars, straightening horseshoes, biting nails in half with his teeth, driving nails with his bare hands, changing a car tire without any tools, snapping chains wrapped around his chest through chest expansion, squat lifting a car, and resisting the takeoff of an airplane with his hair.  He was also known for having apprenticed with strongmen from Russia and India, trained with the famous heavy boxing champion Jack Johnson, and once sustained a .38 caliber pointblank gunshot to the skull without being injured.

The Nazi’s intended intended to re-arrange Greenstein’s face, free of charge.  One of the Nazi’s sneaked behind Greenstein and pinned his arms while three or four others proceeded to punch and kick him.  The fight only went downhill for the Nazi’s from there.  Moments later the police arrived on the scene to find 20 incapacitated men, and one uninjured Joseph Greenstein.

Greenstein was charged with aggravated assault, grievous bodily harm, and mass mayhem.  However the judge dismissed the case due to disbelief that one man could take on 20.  There was also a severe lack of evidence since 20 of the Nazi’s, many of whom were still in the hospital, refused to testify against him.

During World War II Greenstein did war bond tours for the US Military.  He also trained police officers and soldiers in Jiu Jitsu and boxing.  Greenstein continued his act even into his old age.  He was featured in the Guiness Book of World Records and Ripley’s Believe it or Not.  On his off time he made and sold his own handmade coconut body soaps.  His last act occurred on May 11th, 1977 at Madison Square Garden.  Six months later he lost his final battle, succumbing to cancer at the age of 84.  

etsyifyourenasty:

Home is Where Them Fuckers AIN’T

Reblogged from thesleepingdandelion

etsyifyourenasty:

Home is Where Them Fuckers AIN’T

Reblogged from adoraciones

artbooksnat:

These Please Save My Earth laser disc cover illustrations are also by Takayuki Goto, as he was the character designer for PSME ten years before Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG

ramonmaiden:

Ramon Maiden @ Trollhättän, Sweden

Reblogged from swanfucker

ramonmaiden:

Ramon Maiden @ Trollhättän, Sweden

Reblogged from princess-live

omniastudios:

"Arianna" art deco inspired mermaid ring.

Available in brass and sterling silver. Arianna holds an 8mm black or white pearl.

Now available for purchase.

www.omniaoddities.com

Reblogged from constellation-funk

constellation-funk:

huamachuco:

imagineyouricon:

Imagine your icon backing you against a wall and softly kissing you

ok

oh, Merle 

Oh, man, I love it when I do that thing with my tongue. 

(Source: imagineyouricon)