GIF of the Week

GIF of the Week

(Source: my-own-prison666, via nospheratusblack666)

thewhitespace:

Nemini Parco.Digital Collage.Nemesis 2014.

thewhitespace:

Nemini Parco.
Digital Collage.
Nemesis 2014.

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Algred Hitchcock

Algred Hitchcock

(via burned-at-the-stake)

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ryanmatthewcohn:

My newest dissected human skull displayed at Museum of Art and Design until October 12th. #madmuseum #beaucheneskull #explodedskull #humanskull #realskull #oddities #anatomy #anatomical #osteology #skulls

ryanmatthewcohn:

My newest dissected human skull displayed at Museum of Art and Design until October 12th. #madmuseum #beaucheneskull #explodedskull #humanskull #realskull #oddities #anatomy #anatomical #osteology #skulls

(via poisonwasthecure)

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Death Isn’t Terrible

Death Isn’t Terrible

(Source: loveage-moondream, via hexxon)

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antipahtico:

Yoichi Nebashi

antipahtico:

Yoichi Nebashi

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the-glamour-ghoul:

Quite possibly the prettiest tattoo I have ever seen.

the-glamour-ghoul:

Quite possibly the prettiest tattoo I have ever seen.

mothzie:

death tarot card

mothzie:

death tarot card

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Caturday

Caturday

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lunasabatica:

Jean-Baptiste Monge: Spelling Witch.

lunasabatica:

Jean-Baptiste Monge: Spelling Witch.

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victoriousvocabulary:

TÖTENTANZ
[noun]
dance of death; dance of the dead; an allegorical representation of the ever-present and universal power of death.
Etymology: German - töten “to kill” + tanz “dance”.
[Adriaen Pietersz van de Venne]

victoriousvocabulary:

TÖTENTANZ

[noun]

dance of death; dance of the dead; an allegorical representation of the ever-present and universal power of death.

Etymology: German - töten “to kill” + tanz “dance”.

[Adriaen Pietersz van de Venne]

mau-indy:

☆

mau-indy:

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-Do you want to die?

-Do you want to die?

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oldhollywood:

Elsa Lanchester on the set of Bride of Frankenstein (1935, dir. James Whale) 
On her maternal instincts:
"I held a baby once. It felt like a bag of hot snakes."
(via)

oldhollywood:

Elsa Lanchester on the set of Bride of Frankenstein (1935, dir. James Whale) 

On her maternal instincts:

"I held a baby once. It felt like a bag of hot snakes."

(via)

Skeleton Girl  by Gary Baseman

Skeleton Girl  by Gary Baseman

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