Mr. Chuckleteeth (X-Files)
Mr. Chuckleteeth (X-Files)
Serenity Now! (Seinfeld)
Serenity Now! (Seinfeld)
WWE's Shinsuke Nakamura
WWE's Shinsuke Nakamura
M. Manson
M. Manson
Groundhog Day... Again
Groundhog Day... Again
Tropix Pineapple
Tropix Pineapple
Pet Rex
Pet Rex
B-ball Playa
B-ball Playa
That's So Gandhi!
That's So Gandhi!
Evolution
Evolution
Lizard man
Lizard man
Jules
Jules
Vince and Jules
Vince and Jules
Pulp Love
Pulp Love
Da Vinci's Horse
Da Vinci's Horse
Homerun
Homerun
Raptor Head
Raptor Head
Mr. Chuckleteeth (X-Files)
Mr. Chuckleteeth (X-Files)
Serenity Now! (Seinfeld)
Serenity Now! (Seinfeld)
WWE's Shinsuke Nakamura
WWE's Shinsuke Nakamura
M. Manson
M. Manson
Groundhog Day... Again
Groundhog Day... Again
Tropix Pineapple
Tropix PineappleA illustration for an new upcoming restaurant's logo.
Pet Rex
Pet Rex
B-ball Playa
B-ball Playa
That's So Gandhi!
That's So Gandhi!
Evolution
Evolution
Lizard man
Lizard man
Jules
Jules
Vince and Jules
Vince and Jules
Pulp Love
Pulp Love
Da Vinci's Horse
Da Vinci's HorseLeonardo's Horse (also known as Gran Cavallo) is a sculpture that was commissioned of Leonardo da Vinci in 1482 by Duke of Milan Ludovico il Moro, but not completed. It was intended to be the largest equestrian statue in the world, a monument to the duke's father Francesco. Leonardo did extensive preparatory work for it, but produced only a clay model, which was destroyed by French soldiers when they invaded Milan in 1499, interrupting the project. About five centuries later, Leonardo's surviving design materials were used as the basis for sculptures intended to bring the project to fruition.
Homerun
Homerun
Raptor Head
Raptor Head
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