Church of Reason

the misadventures of a sea hag possessed by witching metal.

sailorgil:

" A Mermaid Feeding Her Young "  …  From the workshop of Giulio Romano [Circa 1540] … Royal Collection, London

sailorgil:

" A Mermaid Feeding Her Young "  …  From the workshop of Giulio Romano [Circa 1540] … Royal Collection, London

(Source: lostshakespeareportraits.blogspot.com, via bitchaura)

paysagemauvais:

Aeneas in the underworld. State 2. Detail -  Wenceslaus Hollar (Czech-English artist, 1607-1677)etching30 x 20 cmPlate number: P312.
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paysagemauvais:

Aeneas in the underworld. State 2. Detail -  Wenceslaus Hollar (Czech-English artist, 1607-1677)
etching
30 x 20 cm
Plate number: P312.

Full image

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Ok, I feel like a turd asking this.

I’m bored. Who’s on Skype? Message me.

vulturehooligan:

   佚名 - 搜山图

Unknown Artist (Late Song or Early Yuan Dynasty; Most likely it’s by 刘松年 Liu Songnian)

(Source: mingsonjia, via voglaz)


From the Morbid Anatomy Library.
typical Friday night solitary beer moment
ancient-serpent:


Gustav III’s Antikmuseum, Stockholm

auditoryassault:

The Residents - Santa Dog (1972)

Always

born-deleuze:

punks that will call their friends like, ratdick mctraintracks or whatever but think that getting somebody’s pronouns right is trifling

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Banal is the new brilliant.

blackpaint20:

Hendrik Goltzius,
Hercules killing Cacus, chiaroscuro woodcut, 1588
© Blackpaint20
While in Bruges, we were lucky enough come across a Hendrick Goltzius exhibition.

blackpaint20:

Hendrik Goltzius,

Hercules killing Cacus, chiaroscuro woodcut, 1588

© Blackpaint20

While in Bruges, we were lucky enough come across a Hendrick Goltzius exhibition.

gothlesterol:

Allan Curless, ‘The Nazgul’, Illustration for David Day’s book ‘Characters from Tolkien’

gothlesterol:

Allan Curless, ‘The Nazgul’, Illustration for David Day’s book ‘Characters from Tolkien’

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ella-luci-bel:

Norman Lindsay

ella-luci-bel:

Norman Lindsay

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wolftea:

Peeking down the nasal cavity of a deer

wolftea:

Peeking down the nasal cavity of a deer

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