1. lordofvermin:

    Phil Hale

     
  2. artverso:

    Bill Sienkiewicz - Batman 

     
  3. (Source: opsena, via ladystarcraft)

     
  4. super-nerd:

    the Joker — Brian Bolland

    (via ginchycomics)

     
  5. dalekboldvin:

    Albrecht Dürer: Apocalypse (1498)

    1. The four horsemen of the Apocalypse

    2. The martyrdom of St John

    3. St Michael fighting the Dragon

    4. The Whore of Babylon

    (via lepralovag)

     
  6. whistleharpsandpennywhistles:

    la-volta:

    ddryeyes:

    mooshroomsoup:

    bundledupinhislove:

    selahtime:

    good for the soul

    ah, the sparks of a campfire. good things.

    This has to be the most calming thing..

    i always reblog this

    can anyone else hear the sparks crackling?

    ○◈○ Fairytale Blog ○◈○

    (Source: hullocolin, via youwillseeglimpses)

     
  7. (Source: saulcalvino)

     
  8. sequential-fart:

    Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth - Dave McKean

     
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  10. On the 13th of February 1997 the container ship Tokio Express,en route from Rotterdam to New York was hit by a freak wave described by its captain as a “once in a 100-year phenomenon”, tilting the ship 60 degrees one way, then 40 degrees back.
    A container filled with 4.8 million pieces of Lego fell into the sea
    But instead of remaining at the bottom of the ocean, they are still washing up on Cornish beaches today
    Lego from the ship has been reported in Cornwall,Devon, Ireland and Wales
    Since 1997, those pieces could have drifted 62,000 miles. It’s 24,000 miles around the equator, meaning they could be on any beach on earth. Theoretically, the pieces of Lego could keep going around the ocean for centuries.

     
  11. pulpfrog:

    Robert McGinnis

    (via leizner)

     
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  13. blastedheath:

    Edmund Dulac (French, 1882-1953), "She poured into each jar in turn a sufficient quantity of the boiling oil to scald its occupant to death". Ink and watercolour drawing, 312 x 218 mm.

    (via delusional-nonsense)

     
  14. (Source: akira-scans)

     
  15. diaphanee:

    The seizure of Polyxena by Achilles in Florence, Italy.

    (via baronvonmerkens)