Severed head of patron saint of genital disease on sale
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Thursday, 26th May
centuriespast:

J. Falk Vanitas Still Life 1629
Indianapolis Museum of Art

centuriespast:

J. Falk Vanitas Still Life 1629

Indianapolis Museum of Art

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Sunday, 26th June
"Alas, poor vodka!  I knew it well, Horatio: a beverage of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy: it hath borne me on its back a thousand times."
I can now scratch “Buy vodka in a skull-shaped bottle” off my bucket list.

"Alas, poor vodka!  I knew it well, Horatio: a beverage of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy: it hath borne me on its back a thousand times."

I can now scratch “Buy vodka in a skull-shaped bottle” off my bucket list.

theossuary:

This is insanely neat. I love the pleased expression at the end.

Skeleton stop motion video by museumoflondon on Flickr:

Laying out a skeleton in anatomical postion

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de-profundis-clamavi:

Design by Aiglon, Attila Sassy, 1911 “Naked woman places chaplet on head of man in robe, who points to a large skull at their feet.”

de-profundis-clamavi:

Design by Aiglon, Attila Sassy, 1911
“Naked woman places chaplet on head of man in robe, who points to a large skull at their feet.”

zoetica:

Silent Starlet
This original ink drawing will be among three of my pieces available next Friday at Veneris XIII. 
For this show, I’ve revisited the ladies in Snake Charmer, Silent Starlet and Stork Whispers, cutting out and mounting the original drawings on black – the way I always imagined them but didn’t have the chance to actualize before.

zoetica:

Silent Starlet

This original ink drawing will be among three of my pieces available next Friday at Veneris XIII

For this show, I’ve revisited the ladies in Snake Charmer, Silent Starlet and Stork Whispers, cutting out and mounting the original drawings on black – the way I always imagined them but didn’t have the chance to actualize before.

astridsylvester:

Kristofer Janson - Middelalderlige Billeder (1901) Illustrations by Louis Moe.
Found this book when looking for lost treasures in at my parents cabin. The house is over 100 years old, and so was this interesting book.

astridsylvester:

Kristofer Janson - Middelalderlige Billeder (1901) Illustrations by Louis Moe.

Found this book when looking for lost treasures in at my parents cabin. The house is over 100 years old, and so was this interesting book.

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Thursday, 12th July