ok, next time i’ll advise them your blog.

ok, next time i’ll advise them your blog.

To anons and haters

I don’t really know what asshole writes me stuff like ‘ukraine is sucks’ etc. but fuck you! If you feel bad - pls, leave alone my blog and go to your bathroom and masturbate. I claim - you’ll feel yourself better.

25 Days of Gifmas
Day Twelve
: How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966)

Anonym → Euch ukrainischen Missgeburten hätten wir im Zweiten Weltkrieg ausräuchern sollen, du unehrwürdige ukrainische MIssgeburt. Ich hoffe unseren reinrassigen Russenbrüder Bomben euch den verdammten Hurenarsch weg den ihr euch von dem Ami-Nigger ficken lässt.

Your german is wrong. Hope you’ll die soon with putin, because image

ancientart:

Posthumous Stela with Amunhotep I and Ahmose-Nofretary. New Kingdom, ca. 1390-1353 B.C.E.

Occasionally an Egyptian artist rendered personalities from the distant past in an updated style. This stela shows the early Dynasty 18 king Amunhotep I (circa 1514–1493 B.C.) and his mother, Ahmose-Nofretary, making an offering to Osiris, god of the dead, on behalf of a man named Nebamun. Despite the presence of Amunhotep I, the work does not date to his reign. The slanted, almond-shaped eyes, short upturned noses, and sharply modeled outlines of the figures all characterize art from the time of Amunhotep III. By commissioning this stela, Nebamun, whose image is now broken away, was calling on two long-dead members of the royal house to help him gain immortality. (x)

Courtesy & currently located at the Brooklyn Museum, USA. Photo taken by Peter Roan.

ancientart:

Posthumous Stela with Amunhotep I and Ahmose-Nofretary. New Kingdom, ca. 1390-1353 B.C.E.

Occasionally an Egyptian artist rendered personalities from the distant past in an updated style. This stela shows the early Dynasty 18 king Amunhotep I (circa 1514–1493 B.C.) and his mother, Ahmose-Nofretary, making an offering to Osiris, god of the dead, on behalf of a man named Nebamun. Despite the presence of Amunhotep I, the work does not date to his reign. The slanted, almond-shaped eyes, short upturned noses, and sharply modeled outlines of the figures all characterize art from the time of Amunhotep III. By commissioning this stela, Nebamun, whose image is now broken away, was calling on two long-dead members of the royal house to help him gain immortality. (x)

Courtesy & currently located at the Brooklyn Museum, USA. Photo taken by Peter Roan.

missmonroes:

Marilyn Monroe on a publicity photo for Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)

ancientart:

The Ancient Egyptian Golden Mask of Psusennes I, Third Intermediate Period, 21 Dynasty, Reign of Psusennes I (1055-1004 BCE). From Tanis, San el-Hagar, Tomb of Psusennes I.
Courtesy & currently located at the Egyptian Museum of Cairo. Photo taken by Dmitry Denisenkov.

ancientart:

The Ancient Egyptian Golden Mask of Psusennes I, Third Intermediate Period, 21 Dynasty, Reign of Psusennes I (1055-1004 BCE). From Tanis, San el-Hagar, Tomb of Psusennes I.

Courtesy & currently located at the Egyptian Museum of Cairo. Photo taken by Dmitry Denisenkov.