1. well-fed:

    Select pages from Craphound #6 - Death

    This is one of the best things I own.

    (via sirromdrawde)

     

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  4. strangeremains:

    Skull, found in France, with a knife still embedded it it.  The skull belonged to a Roman solider who died during the Gallic Wars, ca. 52BC. It was on display at the Museo Rocsen in Argentina.  

    (Source: derwiduhudar, via darladeville)

     

  5. magictransistor:

    Memento mori 

    (via novocainelipstick)

     

  6. The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

    (Source: vintagegal, via siouxsieramone)

     

  7. magictransistor:

    Jose Guadalupe Posada. Calavera De Madero. 1910.

    (via junglerot)

     

  8. vintage3d:

    What manner of tome is this, which tells of spirits and woe and death? Trouble not the dead, for if they slumber not, no living man will have rest.

     

  9. marcedith:

    Josef Fenneker : The Dance of Death, c.1919

    (Source: amoelbarroco, via kirgiakos)

     

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  11. weslangstudios:

    (C) WES LANG 2012 “THE SECRET SPACE OF DREAMS” MIXED MEDIA ON PAPER 72X108 INCHES

     

  12. indypendent-thinking:

    "William Radam, Microbes and the Microbe Killer", 1890

    (via greatgrottu)

     

  13. mudwerks:

    I, Said The Owl (by Namey McNamerson)

     

  14. the-two-germanys:

    Franklin Manufacturing Corp.
    Postcard, United States of America.

    (via blueruins)

     

  15. arcaneimages:

    July 1942