wait, there’s a maze at the exit?? THERE’S A MAZE?? THAT’S AMAZING, I’D HEARD THE FRIEND ZONE WAS HARD TO GET OUT OF BUT I NEVER DREAMED IT’D BE FOR SUCH AN AWESOME REASON
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More art things made with the program “Become a great artist in just 10 seconds” http://www.freeindiegam.es/2013/08/become-a-great-artist-in-just-10-seconds-andi-mcclure-michael-brough/
Men inspect a British airplane with folding wings, 1918.
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caricatures from Punch from 1859 to 1888. Selected and redrawn by Harry Furniss.
From The magazine of art vol. 12, London, Paris, New York, Melbourne, 1889.
Bandaging of fractures, plate XXI.
From First aid to the injured; with special reference to accidents occuring in the mountains, by Oskar Bernhard, London, 1900.
Telescopes: more useful than you might think.
Albert Bierstadt - Cloud Study, Moonlight
Queen Victoria’s Funeral (1901), via British Pathé.