gaksdesigns:

Somber
25.04.14
859
thegetty:

Lots and lots of photos of tapestries + Italian art and architecture are now part of our Open Content Program.
All of the images, none of the guilt

thegetty:

Lots and lots of photos of tapestries + Italian art and architecture are now part of our Open Content Program.

All of the images, none of the guilt

(via fee-verte)

24.04.14
277

asylum-art:

Skeletal Creatures Carved From Everyday Objects - Maskull Lasserre

Canadian artist Maskull Lasserre extracts the most delicate anatomical forms of animals and humans from common everyday objects like  picture frame, hanger or a bed corner.

Born 1978 in Calgary, Alberta, he has lived in South Africa and Ottawa and now lives in Montreal. Lasserre’s drawings and sculptures explore the unexpected potential of the everyday through allegories of value, expectation, and utility. Elements of nostalgia, accident, humor, and the macabre are incorporated into works that induce strangeness in the familiar, and provoke uncertainty in the expected.


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23.04.14
fuckyeahmodernflapper:

Vicky Butterfly.

fuckyeahmodernflapper:

Vicky Butterfly.

(via bendoverboy)

21.04.14
470
lostsplendor:

Hussar Uniform, England, 1870s. Private Collection.
As previously mentioned, an appreciation for history-things is something that runs in the family. Specifically, an appreciation for the design of historical militaria. This late nineteenth century hussar uniform is a longtime favorite fondly revisited with every return home. Favorite is a clear understatement - best described through the lens of a specific anime; if I were to bond consciousness with a garment to rise to greatness or defeat powers that be through a gratuitous transformation sequence - this would be that garment.
Spoilers; there’s also an incredible cap with a plume that couldn’t be fit in the picture. Plumes, yo.

lostsplendor:

Hussar Uniform, England, 1870s. Private Collection.

As previously mentioned, an appreciation for history-things is something that runs in the family. Specifically, an appreciation for the design of historical militaria. This late nineteenth century hussar uniform is a longtime favorite fondly revisited with every return home. Favorite is a clear understatement - best described through the lens of a specific anime; if I were to bond consciousness with a garment to rise to greatness or defeat powers that be through a gratuitous transformation sequence - this would be that garment.

Spoilers; there’s also an incredible cap with a plume that couldn’t be fit in the picture. Plumes, yo.

17.04.14
199

zelda-informers:

Entirety of Shila’s Twilight Princess Ashei photoshoot.

https://www.facebook.com/ShilaForsmanPhotography

(via fee-verte)

28.03.14
21.03.14
16

unhistorical:

Ufa (Universum Film AG) German film posters from the 1920s:

- The Golem: How He Came into the World (1920), Paul Wegener & Carl Boese

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920), Robert Wiene

Die Nibelungen (1924), Fritz Lang

Metropolis (1927), Fritz Lang

The Last Laugh (1924), F.W. Murnau

Faust (1926), F.W. Murnau

(via der-tod-ist-ein-dandy)

20.03.14
876
bluereverie:

Mandragora radix by zsofiadome
20.03.14

deadskinmaask:

Skeletal Jungle Gym in the backyard of the church Heilig-Kreuz Kirche in Munich, Germany.
Art by Peter Riss
 

(Source: thegoblinmarketofficial, via darklynoon)

13.03.14
fyodorpavlov:

post-punk and lostsplendor - Gay’s Weimar Culture is every bit as brilliant as I anticipated and you said. So the above is at least partially your fault. You should both go up to your rooms now and think about what you’ve done.

fyodorpavlov:

post-punk and lostsplendor - Gay’s Weimar Culture is every bit as brilliant as I anticipated and you said. So the above is at least partially your fault. You should both go up to your rooms now and think about what you’ve done.

05.03.14
268

spacetravelco:

Geographical and astronomical illustrations from the mid-1800s by John Philipps Emslie via The Wellcome Collection)

(via thevintaquarian)

02.03.14

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

High Society Art Dolls by Alexandra Koukinova

Exquisitely detailed brocade patterning and rich costume fabrics are joined together in these elegant art dolls by Russian artisan Alexandra Koukinova.

These ladies have been attired in striking early art deco fashion style, something you’ll hardly expect to encounter these days! The look gives me a strong nostalgic feeling, similar to the kind you get when you see old black and white films with flickering noise and a staccato framerate.

Alas, the male fashion of that period appears to be of the more mundane suit and optional hat variety, which leaves the exhibition here exclusive to the fairer sex. One final note – the source for the specimens featured here is not readily apparent, but you can find their section tucked away in the Museum section

(via ravensquiffles)

21.02.14
20.02.14
199

staceythinx:

Octopus chandeliers by Adam Wallacavage

(Source: hifructose.com, via undoubtedly-batty)

20.02.14