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Concept bike.

Jack Kirby collage

New Article: Jack Kirby’s Collages in Context

Sumo wrestler trading card 1950s 1960s

WWG CoPilot- This lever action rifle chambered in .457 will also shoot 45/70 and 410ga. It has been cerakoted FDE, has all of the Wild West Guns parts and is a take down.

Wild West Guns - Home of the World Famous Alaska Guide Rifle

❦ Extraordinary Documented Gustave Young's 1893 Chicago World's Fair Exposition Engraved and Gold Inlaid Smith & Wesson 44 Double Action Front...

Sig Sauer P226

AXTS lower receiver with Magpul furniture, and the Remington RGP upper. The scope is from Vortex Optics on Griffin Armament Rings and the knife is DPx Gear (HEFT 6). By Stickman.

The beautiful, magnificent, legendary Colt 1911. The definitive sidearm of the Allies during WWII, the 1911 was known for being tough and deadly. Unfortunately, it was also known for being woefully inaccurate. Regardless, it's my handgun of choice.

Trouble Blades Debt Collector and Tuff Knives Scrap Tanic

Kids today have no clue what this is.

Girl and Dane

Niños y animales

Early Edison bipolar 6 wing Circa 1892 - 1895.

Steampunk camera

Steampunk camera

american picker style

There was a day when every man had a humidor, when men had gumption.

cool retro inspired tech accessories - I love these! Everyone needs faux typewriters for their digital devices!

Retro 1960’s television converted into a swanky bar!!!

Waste not- art installment.

Tell me aliens don't exist.


"Crystals and gems are revered and collected for their physical beauty and monetary value and this Opal Butte crystal with contra luz color is no exception. The stunning gemstone, like many opals, features a varied spectrum of colors, but what separates it from the others is its spectacular visual effect. It looks like an underwater view of the ocean floor as light shines through it. There's a surreal quality about the gemstone that looks like a pocket-sized aquarium."


Puma Punku in Tiahuanaco

“UFO-shaped” object, found at the bottom of the Baltic Sea last year, has puzzled many. And a Swedish expedition that plunged into the deep eventually surfaced with more questions than answers. ­Covered in soot, with little “fireplace”-like structures and lying at the end of a 300-meter “runway” – this is not something you would expect to find sitting on the sea floor. And whatever you think about extraterrestrial life, “the thing” is still there and there has to be an explanation. So what co

In the Peloponnesus region of southern Greece there is a small village called Pavlopetri, where a nearby ancient city dating back 5,000 years resides. However, this is not an ordinary archaeological site – the city can be found about 4 meters underwater and is the oldest known submerged city in the world.