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horroroftruant:

The Art of Daniel R. Horne

Daniel R. Horne has been making art professionally for the past thirty one  years.

From paperback covers and children’s books to gallery paintings and one of a kind art dolls, Daniel’s art is in many private collections from Hong Kong to New York City.

Daniel’s art has been featured in many of the genre’s leading magazines and has been honored to have his painting: ARCADIA on the cover of : SPECTRUM the best of fantastic art., The covers  for MONSTERS FROM THE VAULT, SCREEM MAGAZINE and a fine interview in make up artist magazine.

Daniel’s classic monster paintings are in the collection of DAVID and JAN HAFT, GUILLERMO DEL TORO, RICK BAKER, GREG NICOTERO .

No matter the medium, Daniel gives each and every one of his creations life and a history.

Website

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mostly-benedict:

Danny Boyle’s production of Frankenstein, with Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, will return to cinemas worldwide this October! Find out more HERE

Frankenstein Encore Trailer 2014

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morethanphotography:

Skogafoss / Iceland by Bjorn_Rapp

morethanphotography:

Skogafoss / Iceland by Bjorn_Rapp

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jaclcfrost:

[laughs] bucky barnes [laughs more] bucky barnes [laughter becomes strained] bucky…. barnes…. [laughter starts to dissolve into tears] bucky… [slowly sinks to the floor] ……. barnes……. [presses face into hands] bucky barnes

(via odin-odout)

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cool-critters:

Spectacled bear (Tremarctos ornatus)

The spectacled bear is the last remaining short-faced bear and the only surviving species of bear native to South America. Despite some spilling over rarely into eastern Panama, Spectacled Bears are mostly restricted to certain areas of northern and western South America. They can range in western Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, western Bolivia, and northwestern Argentina. The species is found almost entirely in the Andes Mountains. In Andean cloud forests, Spectacled bears may be active both during the day and night, but in Peruvian desert are reported to bed down under vegetative cover during the day. Their continued survival alongside humans has depended mostly on their ability to climb even the tallest trees of the Andes. They usually retreat from the presence of humans, often by climbing trees. Once up a tree, they may often build a platform, perhaps to aid in concealment, as well as to rest and store food on. Although spectacled bears are solitary and tend to isolate themselves from one another to avoid competition, they are not territorial. Spectacled bears are more herbivorous than most other bears; normally about 5 to 7% of their diets is meat. The most common foods for these bears include cactus, bromeliads, palm nuts, bamboo hearts, frailejon, orchid bulbs, fallen fruit on the forest floor, and unopened palm leaves. The cubs often stay with the female for one year before striking out on their own. The conservation status for this species is classified as “vulnerable”. photo credits: arktofile, zooborns

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