popgothic:

Christopher Lee and Hazel Court in Curse of Frankenstein.

popgothic:

Christopher Lee and Hazel Court in Curse of Frankenstein.


Bloom (2014)
oil on canvas, 30 x 30 in.
by Aron Wiesenfeld

Bloom (2014)

oil on canvas, 30 x 30 in.

by Aron Wiesenfeld

(Source: mirrormaskcamera, via 2headedsnake)

danskjavlarna:

From St. Nicholas magazine, 1873.

danskjavlarna:

From St. Nicholas magazine, 1873.

(Source: oneletterwords.com)

historicaltimes:

Hong Kong, the Venice of the Orient. 1950

historicaltimes:

Hong Kong, the Venice of the Orient. 1950

humansofnewyork:

Seen in Kathmandu, Nepal.

humansofnewyork:

Seen in Kathmandu, Nepal.

liquidnight:

Léon Gimpel
La Grotte du Glacier des Bossons (Near Chamonix), circa 1907
From Leon Gimpel: Les Audaces d’un Photographe

liquidnight:

Léon Gimpel

La Grotte du Glacier des Bossons (Near Chamonix), circa 1907

From Leon Gimpel: Les Audaces d’un Photographe

magictransistor:

Psalmanazar. Description of Formosa. 1704.

magictransistor:

Psalmanazar. Description of Formosa. 1704.

ozu-teapot:

Die Nibelungen: Siegfried - Fritz Lang - 1924
Paul Richter, et al.

ozu-teapot:

Die Nibelungen: Siegfried - Fritz Lang - 1924

Paul Richter, et al.

Philip Seymour Hoffman & John le Carré by Anton Corbijn.
Source

Philip Seymour Hoffman & John le Carré by Anton Corbijn.

Source

red-lipstick:

Olivia Jeffries (b. Norwich, UK) - My Secret Self/You Can’t Always Be Friendly, There Just Isn’t The Time, 2009     Pencil, Gouache on Found Paper, Pierced

red-lipstick:

Olivia Jeffries (b. Norwich, UK) - My Secret Self/You Can’t Always Be Friendly, There Just Isn’t The Time, 2009     Pencil, Gouache on Found Paper, Pierced

(Source: Flickr / restlessthings, via 2headedsnake)

(Source: arcaneimages)

greeneyes55:

Chinese Walls
Photo: Bogdan Konopka

greeneyes55:

Chinese Walls

Photo: Bogdan Konopka

(via anemoneberlin)

magictransistor:

XXIX Variétés du Pied-Bot (Varieties of Club-Foot), France, nd.

architectureofdoom:

amaki09:

Curious Places: Bolwoningen (’s-Hertogenbosch/ Netherlands)

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fishstickmonkey:

Okimono in the Form of a Raven
Myōchin Munesuke  (Japanese, Edo period, 1688–1735)
Date: early 18th century
Culture: Japanese
Medium: Steel
Dimensions: L. 18 in. (45.7 cm)
Metropolitan Museum of Art

fishstickmonkey:

Okimono in the Form of a Raven

Myōchin Munesuke
(Japanese, Edo period, 1688–1735)

Date: early 18th century
Culture: Japanese
Medium: Steel
Dimensions: L. 18 in. (45.7 cm)

(via japaneseaesthetics)