1910-again:

Otto Marseus van Schrieck, Snakes, Toads and Butterflies c.1639-1678

1910-again:

Otto Marseus van Schrieck, Snakes, Toads and Butterflies c.1639-1678

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nevver:

Graziano Locatelli

nevver:

Don’t bother with the local girls, Andrea Kowch

nevver:

Mortality is a myth, Ted Lawson

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artruby:

Ian Davenport.

artruby:

Ian Davenport.

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dayanemg:

douchamp:

Lucyna Kolendo — Corpo Solido, 2012.

The body being inextricable from nature, being in fact its integral part, provides a sense of harmony and belonging to the world setting us comfortably in the ostensible chaos and confirming our presence here.”

Me enamoré.

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tierradentro:

“Leda and the Swan" (detail), 1600, Peter Paul Rubens.

tierradentro:

Leda and the Swan" (detail), 1600, Peter Paul Rubens.

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aquaticwonder:

Ed Hodgkinson

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Romanticisation of Mental Illness, Kelsey Weaver

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foxmouth:

100 Abandoned Houses, 2010-2014 | by Kevin Bauman

definitelydope:

By Oleg Oprisco

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paintdeath:

JENNY SAVILLE reverse 2002-2003
Oil on canvas

paintdeath:

JENNY SAVILLE reverse 2002-2003
Oil on canvas

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iamthewolfbird:

seraphica:

Creatures From El [via]

These are incredibly gorgeous!

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Head of Medusa - Rubens

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asylum-art:

Sculptures by Jim Skull

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Jim F. Faure, known as Jim Skull, is the creator of these amazing sculptures. If the photos are impressive, imagine seeing them in person. The human skull is full of symbolism. The most common association that comes to mind when we see a skull, is death. But when I look at Jim’s sculptures, I see the skull as the home that contains and protects our thoughts and ideas, which live in the brain.

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