Landscape intervention by Jonas Dahlberg to honour Norwegian terrorist attack victims
Mark Allen Shepherd before and after plastic surgery.
Shepherd suffered from Morn’s Disease, a degenerative syndrome that affects the skin and underlying musculature of the face.
After a 37 hour operation, Shepherd looks completely normal. The operation was funded completely by government health care as Shepherd lives in the United Kingdom, a 2.7 million Euro procedure he couldn’t possible have afforded had he lived in America.
Said Shepherd, “The freedom of having my face back is staggering, I feel like I can finally speak again.”
I like to imagine this is canon for Morn
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you either skate
or you die
Why is a picture of someone holding a popular NES game cartridge getting notes? Just wondering.
it’s notes or die bro. you either get notes or you die
Model/Actress Grace Holley showcasing some admitedly corsetted armor… but it’s still covers all the right places and is more practical than most.
I’m not sure if this is from a movie… it’s possibly from Shroud (2008).
"Corsetted armour"? Maybe, because of those curves - but it’s not that much of a feminised concession to the wearer’s gender.
Plate armour with a more or less tight waist was fashionable for a long time, easily more than two hundred years, and this photoset shows how the fashion developed through different styles of armour. Most images are of real historical items. Even the best reproductions suffer from “interpretation”, mostly because a made-to-measure suit is being re-tailored for someone else. I’ve included two repros of the Churburg armour only because the original lacks those extra parts.
"Transitional" style (1340s-1420s, this one 1380s), (1) original, Schloss Churburg, Austria, (2) possible reproduction with extra mail; (3) definite reproduction with extra mail and skirt-of-plates.
"Transitional" style (1340s-1420s, this one 1400s), original, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA:
Milanese style (1440s), original, Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow, UK:
Gothic style (1480s), original, Kunsthistorisches Museum Waffensammlung, Vienna, Austria:
Maximilian style (1530s), original, Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin, Germany:
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this is the best visual representation of acid i have ever seen