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Daved Neel ~ Kwakwaka’wakw
David’s crests are Thunderbird and Killerwhale. He comes from a family that is rich in history and artistic skill. His father is Dave Neel Sr, his great uncle is acclaimed artist Mungo Martin, his great-great-great grandfather is Charlie James and his grandmother is artist Ellen Neel. His widely exhibited work includes: jewellery, masks, drums, poles, original paintings, limited edition prints, glass etching, regalia, and photos (appearing in several magazines).

nativeamericannews:

Daved Neel ~ Kwakwaka’wakw

David’s crests are Thunderbird and Killerwhale. He comes from a family that is rich in history and artistic skill. His father is Dave Neel Sr, his great uncle is acclaimed artist Mungo Martin, his great-great-great grandfather is Charlie James and his grandmother is artist Ellen Neel. His widely exhibited work includes: jewellery, masks, drums, poles, original paintings, limited edition prints, glass etching, regalia, and photos (appearing in several magazines).


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cracked:

As they say, “Monkey see, monkey fucking terrify.”
7 Creepy Plants That Shouldn’t Exist (Part 2)

#5. Monkey Orchids
Monkey orchids are found in the rainforests of Ecuador and Peru. For whatever reason, they’re also known as Dracula orchids, because whoever’s in charge of naming South American plants has never met a goddamn Dracula, apparently. Seriously, you saw a whole fleet of Imperial Shuttles with monkey faces and you thought “vampire”? You’re fucking fired, Arturo.

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cracked:

As they say, “Monkey see, monkey fucking terrify.”

7 Creepy Plants That Shouldn’t Exist (Part 2)

#5. Monkey Orchids

Monkey orchids are found in the rainforests of Ecuador and Peru. For whatever reason, they’re also known as Dracula orchids, because whoever’s in charge of naming South American plants has never met a goddamn Dracula, apparently. Seriously, you saw a whole fleet of Imperial Shuttles with monkey faces and you thought “vampire”? You’re fucking fired, Arturo.

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