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Vintage diving suit photograph

Vintage diving suit photograph

Sean Murray is an artist who we've actually featured here before. But that was when I only posted images pertaining to a particular game, or franchise. Now that I've blown Fine Art's doors off, it's time to look at the rest of his work, because the stuff he's done aside from Kingdoms of Amalur is way cooler. Reckon With Some of Kingdoms of Amalur's Concept Art (Sorry) Reckon With Some of Kingdoms of Amalur's Concept Art (Sorry) Reckon With Some of Kingdoms of Amalur's < With the game out ...

Some Kick-Ass Fantasy Images to Start Your Wednesday

Sean Murray is an artist who we've actually featured here before. But that was when I only posted images pertaining to a particular game, or franchise. Now that I've blown Fine Art's doors off, it's time to look at the rest of his work, because the stuff he's done aside from Kingdoms of Amalur is way cooler. Reckon With Some of Kingdoms of Amalur's Concept Art (Sorry) Reckon With Some of Kingdoms of Amalur's Concept Art (Sorry) Reckon With Some of Kingdoms of Amalur's < With the game out ...

statut la mort et le jeune homme

statut la mort et le jeune homme

ship shadow

ship shadow

Bimini Shipwreck

Bimini Shipwreck

The Art of Children's Picture Books: The Story of Ferdinand illustrated by Robert Lawson

The Art of Children's Picture Books: The Story of Ferdinand illustrated by Robert Lawson

Gloucester, Massachusetts, August 11, 1817—“There was seen on Monday and Tuesday morning around the harbor between Eastern Point and Ten Pound Island, a SNAKE with his head and body about eight feet out of the water, his head is in perfect shape as large as the head of a horse, his body is judged to be about FORTY-FIVE or FIFTY FEET IN LENGTH. It is thought that he will girt about 3 feet around the body, and his sting is about 4 feet in length.”  (Salem Gazette)

Gloucester, Massachusetts, August 11, 1817—“There was seen on Monday and Tuesday morning around the harbor between Eastern Point and Ten Pound Island, a SNAKE with his head and body about eight feet out of the water, his head is in perfect shape as large as the head of a horse, his body is judged to be about FORTY-FIVE or FIFTY FEET IN LENGTH. It is thought that he will girt about 3 feet around the body, and his sting is about 4 feet in length.” (Salem Gazette)

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winds

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