I'm ReXY/Wrecksy. Genderfluid & straightedge from Edmonton, AB. I like animals, body mods, weird art, insects, video games and dead things. I draw furry stuff.

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  • polyglotplatypus:

    Just because they’re family doesn’t mean they’re right.

    (via pinkkittensprinkles)

    nemesismess:

    if you have school tomorrow

    image

    (via chimera-chimera)

    rruffurr:

    wild—-life: Concept art & finished work.

    We like to explore and evolve characters as we build them.  Character creation is one of our absolute favorite parts of costume making.

    http://www.wild—-life.com

    rruffurr:

goat-soap: color doodlepage for moth-dust  on FA!

    rruffurr:

    goat-soap: color doodlepage for moth-dust  on FA!

    asylum-art:

    Leandro Erlich - Swimming Pool

    Leandro Erlich, Argentina b.1973

    Swimming pool 2010 Timber, swimming pool ladder, plexiglass an water

    “An extraordinary and visually confounding installation…Erlich constructed a full-size pool, complete with all its trappings, including a deck and a ladder.

    When approached from the first floor, visitors were confronted with a surreal scene: people, fully clothed, can be seen standing, walking, and breathing beneath the surface of the water.

    It was only when visitors entered the Duplex gallery from the basement that they recognized that the pool is empty, its construction a visual trick fashioned by the artist.

    A large, continuous piece of acrylic spanned the pool and suspended water above it, creating the illusion of a standard swimming pool that was both disorienting and humorous.”

    (via deathforming)

    7stripes:

Animals by marecek

    7stripes:

    Animals by marecek

    (via cl0venhoof)

    origamirabbit:

    Dmitry Zakharov, ACID TATTOO STUDIO, Russia

    (via zooophagous)

    bone-lust:

A Northern Dusk Singing Cicada visitor, Tibicen auletes

This beauty is the largest Eastern Tibicen species. In fact, it appears to be our largest and most robust North American Cicada (north of Mexico)! I always get extra excited to find one of these visiting.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Tibicen auletes
1) SIZE: Avg. 2.25-2.75 inches (up to ~3.0”) in total length (incl. wings). 
2) COLORATION: 2 color forms “Olive-Green/Olive-Taupe-Tan” or “Rust/Reddish-brown”
In the reddish color form, the wing veins are also characterized by being a deep reddish-brown. Unlike resonans the wings are broader and the cicada is typically more pruinose (i.e. well-developed white bands on the abdomen)
The pronotum of these cicadas is usually olive or taupe (rarely reddish) with a well developed central pattern
3) PRUINOSITY: These cicadas often look as though they are molded or have been dusted in “powdered sugar”. No other US species is so pruinose (NOTE: This white wax will wipe off and over time, esp. in older specimens, much of the white can be lost! Reduced white wax often changes the general appearance of these insects)
4) EYES: when alive/fresh, the eyes are a light - often described as a sandy tan, grey-tan or rarely purplish-grey or purplish-tan. 
6) VENTER: Pruinose / No dark pigmentation
7) MALES: oblique round olive-yellow colored opercula (rarely reddish-tan in color)

More - bugguide.net/node/view/6968

    bone-lust:

    A Northern Dusk Singing Cicada visitor, Tibicen auletes

    This beauty is the largest Eastern Tibicen species. In fact, it appears to be our largest and most robust North American Cicada (north of Mexico)! I always get extra excited to find one of these visiting.

    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Tibicen auletes
    1) SIZE: Avg. 2.25-2.75 inches (up to ~3.0”) in total length (incl. wings).
    2) COLORATION: 2 color forms “Olive-Green/Olive-Taupe-Tan” or “Rust/Reddish-brown”
    In the reddish color form, the wing veins are also characterized by being a deep reddish-brown. Unlike resonans the wings are broader and the cicada is typically more pruinose (i.e. well-developed white bands on the abdomen)
    The pronotum of these cicadas is usually olive or taupe (rarely reddish) with a well developed central pattern
    3) PRUINOSITY: These cicadas often look as though they are molded or have been dusted in “powdered sugar”. No other US species is so pruinose (NOTE: This white wax will wipe off and over time, esp. in older specimens, much of the white can be lost! Reduced white wax often changes the general appearance of these insects)
    4) EYES: when alive/fresh, the eyes are a light - often described as a sandy tan, grey-tan or rarely purplish-grey or purplish-tan.
    6) VENTER: Pruinose / No dark pigmentation
    7) MALES: oblique round olive-yellow colored opercula (rarely reddish-tan in color)

    More - bugguide.net/node/view/6968