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Greetings, fellow browser.

This is where I've decided to create an ongoing visual 'journal' of sorts. I have made it a point to frequently post/re-blog/upload, any and all things that strike my eye.

Through doing this I hope to get a clearer picture of my aesthetic sensibilities, as well as make evident particular areas of interest that I may or may not have been previously aware of.

I particularly love looking through my tumblr's archive, (http://subcutaneous.tumblr.com/archive) where these patterns are most easily identified. Much organising and optimising of the way I interact with my tumblr has been underway, and as far as I can tell, this continuous improvement will continue to be something I'm striving for.

The moniker 'subcutaneous' is intended as a telling title...as I try to get under my own skin and understand what's underneath, in part by documenting what makes this skin get goosebumps, turn cold, break into a sweat or get all hot and bothered :)

In the future I hope to be uploading a lot more of my own work. Who knows, perhaps some bloggetty-style writing too. So far only a few measly quick sketchy bits and bobs have made their way in. You're welcome to come and watch this all happen; follows are free and they don't bother me, perhaps I can help you examine your visual intellect by proxy.

Plus, you might be someone who digs up things I adore :)

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Quick Links:

Photos I've taken & My Flickr page

Scrawls I've scribbled

Phrases I've grafted

Instagram Photos available on Instacanvas

SUBCUTANEOUS / ˌsʌbkyuˈteɪniəs /

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Prithee, ask away.

Ralph Steadman is simply out of this world. I recently finished Breaking Bad (late to the party, I know) and the timing of this couldn’t be better. Click through for more info.

(Source: esquire.com)

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pist0lero:

Looks better in the dark…

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petrichorandflames:

Rune rings - RedSofa

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A Day at the Park 

A profound and very well illustrated comic strip. Riffing on Questions and Answers.

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Buster Keaton’s “One Week” (1920)

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namesofthedead:

Skeleton and ‘know thyself’ for John.

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knockingghosts:

Groove Billed Ani birds look prehistoric.

COPYRIGHT: RMB PHOTOGRAPHICS LLC

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kamiliakard:

Der Arbeiter 

2013

K.KArd

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