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Bonnie and Clyde by burnthebody Bonnie and Clyde :iconburnthebody:burnthebody 2 0 Ladies In Black by burnthebody Ladies In Black :iconburnthebody:burnthebody 0 0 Sonka The Golden Hand by burnthebody Sonka The Golden Hand :iconburnthebody:burnthebody 2 3 The-Cleaners by burnthebody The-Cleaners :iconburnthebody:burnthebody 7 0 The-Book-Bandit by burnthebody The-Book-Bandit :iconburnthebody:burnthebody 0 0 The-Burrowers by burnthebody The-Burrowers :iconburnthebody:burnthebody 1 2 The-dial by burnthebody The-dial :iconburnthebody:burnthebody 1 0 The-gentleman by burnthebody The-gentleman :iconburnthebody:burnthebody 1 0 The-man-with-the-mandolin by burnthebody The-man-with-the-mandolin :iconburnthebody:burnthebody 0 0 The-Runners by burnthebody The-Runners :iconburnthebody:burnthebody 0 0 Nightmare By Burnthebody by burnthebody Nightmare By Burnthebody :iconburnthebody:burnthebody 2 0 Howl At The Moon by burnthebody Howl At The Moon :iconburnthebody:burnthebody 1 0 Visions by burnthebody Visions :iconburnthebody:burnthebody 1 2 Purple Haze by burnthebody Purple Haze :iconburnthebody:burnthebody 3 0 Cor by burnthebody Cor :iconburnthebody:burnthebody 3 6 Pan by burnthebody Pan :iconburnthebody:burnthebody 1 0


TMNT Nickelodeon Inks by Spacefriend-KRUNK TMNT Nickelodeon Inks :iconspacefriend-krunk:Spacefriend-KRUNK 348 34 Till the end of time 2. by davidrabin Till the end of time 2. :icondavidrabin:davidrabin 5 1 Ram V Chary by RamCharyEveri Ram V Chary :iconramcharyeveri:RamCharyEveri 2 0 Man O' War by hypnothalamus Man O' War :iconhypnothalamus:hypnothalamus 579 17 Batman Arkham Knight Genesis by nefar007 Batman Arkham Knight Genesis :iconnefar007:nefar007 218 6 Silhouette by Reza-ilyasa Silhouette :iconreza-ilyasa:Reza-ilyasa 1,328 21 Chrono Trigger-Crono Versus The Dragon Tank by HeavyMetalHanzo Chrono Trigger-Crono Versus The Dragon Tank :iconheavymetalhanzo:HeavyMetalHanzo 1,020 50 Illustration 2015-09-17... by PatBoutin Illustration 2015-09-17... :iconpatboutin:PatBoutin 243 32 The Experiment by Jimbo02Salgado The Experiment :iconjimbo02salgado:Jimbo02Salgado 240 7 MURPHY APPRENTICESHIP cover by seangordonmurphy MURPHY APPRENTICESHIP cover :iconseangordonmurphy:seangordonmurphy 445 12 ...402... by MozolewskiMichal ...402... :iconmozolewskimichal:MozolewskiMichal 130 11 Undertone VII by greQ111 Undertone VII :icongreq111:greQ111 822 181 Erotica by renatadomagalska
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Erotica :iconrenatadomagalska:renatadomagalska 148 19
Steampunk STOCK I by PhelanDavion Steampunk STOCK I :iconphelandavion:PhelanDavion 827 57 Texture 678 by Sirius-sdz Texture 678 :iconsirius-sdz:Sirius-sdz 244 40 The Mage by WolfSkullJack The Mage :iconwolfskulljack:WolfSkullJack 1,042 25


Bonnie and Clyde

Bonnie Elizabeth Parker and Clyde Chestnut Barrow were American criminals who traveled the central United States with their gang during the Great Depression, robbing people and killing when cornered or confronted.

Their exploits captured the attention of the American public during the "Public Enemy Era," between 1931 and 1935. Though known today for their dozen-or-so bank robberies, the two preferred to rob small stores or rural gas stations. The couple  were eventually ambushed and killed by law officers near the town of Sailes, in Bienville Parish, Louisiana. Their reputation was revived and cemented in American pop folklore.

Ladies In Black

The Forty Elephants Gang
The Forty Elephants Gang, or the Forty Thieves, was a British gang of ladies that formed in the 18th century. They worked alongside a famous men’s gang, the Elephant and Castle Gang. The Forty Elephants carried out the largest British shoplifting operation between the 1870s and the 1950s. Police records suggest that this gang has been active since the 1700s.

Sonka The Golden Hand

Sofia Blyuvshtein, who is best known as Son’ka the Golden Hand, was a Russian thief from the 19th century who mainly stole jewels. Not much is known about her life except for a few famous cases that seem both improbable and fascinating.

According to one case, Son’ka visited a jewelry store where she picked some jewels for a large sum of money. She then asked the jeweller to deliver the order to her house, where her husband, who was a doctor, would pay for them. The jeweller did as he was asked. Once he arrived at the house, the young lady received him, took the jewels, and told him to wait in her husband’s office until he arrived with the money. But Son’ka’s trickery went deeper than that. She’d visited the doctor earlier and had told him that she was the wife of a man named Von Mel, who had an unhealthy obsession with buying and selling diamonds. She told the doctor that her husband would arrive shortly and paid for his treatment up front. When her “husband” the doctor came to see her “husband” the jeweller, the jeweller requested the money and the doctor had him put in a mental hospital. By the time the charade was sorted out, Son’ka was long gone.


Since 2006, in France, an unknown gang of thieves have been emptying supermarket safes, using nothing more than a drill and a modified vacuum cleaner. The innovative group of bandits found a weakness in French supermarket Monoprix’s system of storing cash, and have been exploiting it ever since. Envelopes of cash are funnelled into the safe via pneumatic suction tubes. Whereas breaching the safe itself might be considerably difficult, requiring explosives or safecracking, the thieves realized that if they just drilled into the delivery tubes near the safe and hooked up a powerful vacuum, they could suck the money out and get at it much more easily. As of 2011, the vacuum gang have successfully stolen almost $800,000, in fifteen night-time heists, leaving only a few CCTV tapes of masked men for evidence.


Stephen Blumberg

At 2:00 a.m. on March 20, 1990 Stephen Blumberg was arrested for stealing more than 23,600 rare, valuable and assorted books from 268 or more universities and museums in 45 states.Their value was placed at about $5.3 million, the largest book theft in US history. In 1991, Blumberg was found guilty and sentenced to 71 months in prison with a $200,000 fine. On December 29, 1995, he was released from prison. The collection has been referred to as the "Blumberg Collection."

Dr. Logan reported during the trial that Blumberg’s thought was to preserve or rescue the materials he stole from what he believed was destruction. Blumberg believed that the government was plotting to keep the ordinary person from having access to rare books and unique materials, and so sought to liberate and release them in an attempt to thwart the government plot. Blumberg admitted that he saw himself as a custodian of the things he took. He said he would never sell them because he thought that would be dishonest. He envisioned the items would be returned to the rightful owners after his death, or at least to another repository that could care for them. Despite these findings, Blumberg was convicted in 1991 as guilty, without reason of insanity. After serving a 4½-year sentence, Blumberg was released and continued his collecting and stealing habits.



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JFBAYLE Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2017
Many thanks for the watch :hug:
Silversname Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Planning on something more than creating art? :D (Big Grin)
burnthebody Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Honestly i haven't thought about it, but i'm always open for suggestions.
Silversname Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Just a joke about all your recent pieces being related to robbery and theft Wink/Razz 
I can't think of any good enough suggestion though Sweating a little... 
tsukiko-kiyomidzu Featured By Owner May 5, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thank you so much for the watch! Hug 
OmegaGrunt93 Featured By Owner May 7, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you for the lama!!! :)
aloex Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2014   General Artist
^O^  thank youuuu :hug:
jademacalla Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2013
Thanks very much for the Watch! :salute:
TheFunnyAmerican Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thx for the fav
HashashinX Featured By Owner May 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the llama :D
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