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Under The Volcano

anthonybourdain:

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Americans love Mexican food. We consume nachos, tacos, burritos, tortas, enchiladas, tamales and anything resembling Mexican in enormous quantities. We love Mexican beverages, happily knocking back huge amounts of tequila, mezcal and Mexican beer every year. We love Mexican people—as we sure…

insuh:

Margot’s claws
view more of this set here / my insta

insuh:

Margot’s claws

view more of this set here / my insta

blackpaint20:

Hendrick Goltzius, “The Descent to Hell of the Damned” (1577), engraving
anuglybeauty:

mikedowson.com
drakontomalloi:

Pieter Bruegel the Elder - The Fall of the Rebel Angels, detail. 1562

drakontomalloi:

Pieter Bruegel the Elder - The Fall of the Rebel Angels, detail. 1562

(via blackpaint20)

2headedsnake:

Suthipa Kamyam

2headedsnake:

Suthipa Kamyam

(Source: suthipakamyam.com)

artforadults:

Jeannie (jeannie.jujubee@gmail.com) submitted 
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by Splatterpop
Available on shirts or sweaters here. 
npr:

Ferrero, the Nutella-maker, now a giant company based in Alba, Italy, uses about a quarter of the world’s hazelnut supply — more than 100,000 tons every year.
That’s pushed up hazelnut prices. And this year, after a late frost in Turkey that froze the hazelnut blossoms and cut the country’s hazelnut production in half, prices spiked even further. They’re up an additional 60 percent.
Because they’re so valuable, more people want to grow them. Farmers are growing hazelnuts in Chile and Australia. America’s hazelnut orchards in Oregon are expanding.
Thanks To Nutella, The World Needs More Hazelnuts
Photo credit: Ingrid Taylar/Flickr

npr:

Ferrero, the Nutella-maker, now a giant company based in Alba, Italy, uses about a quarter of the world’s hazelnut supply — more than 100,000 tons every year.

That’s pushed up hazelnut prices. And this year, after a late frost in Turkey that froze the hazelnut blossoms and cut the country’s hazelnut production in half, prices spiked even further. They’re up an additional 60 percent.

Because they’re so valuable, more people want to grow them. Farmers are growing hazelnuts in Chile and Australia. America’s hazelnut orchards in Oregon are expanding.

Thanks To Nutella, The World Needs More Hazelnuts

Photo credit: Ingrid Taylar/Flickr

connie-lim:

I’ve come to appreciate a women’s body more so during my time in New York. I’ve had it all wrong from the start, a women’s curves are beautiful and there’s no need to be a stick. Show off what mama gave you

connie-lim:

I’ve come to appreciate a women’s body more so during my time in New York. I’ve had it all wrong from the start, a women’s curves are beautiful and there’s no need to be a stick. Show off what mama gave you

(via artforadults)