Install Theme
Sage's Otherworldly Luncheonette

Diane Arbus, Sword Swallower, Maryland, c. 1970.

(Source: 2000-lightyearsfromhome, via mudwerks)

Mark Ryden, Meat Dancer, c. 2011.

(via witchesofmars)

Artist Jasper Johns in 1955, standing beside his mixed-media painting, Target.

(Source: generic-art, via mudwerks)

Doll head planters at Salvageworks, created by Tim Brock.

Johanna Öst, Strongwoman, c. 2009.

(Source: johannaost, via mudwerks)

John Isaacs, Everyone’s Talking About Jesus, c. 2005.

(via museumuesum)

Sage’s Otherworldly Luncheonette: Breakfast Blues, c. June, 2014.

Sonja Brass, Quiet Of Dissolution, Tornado, c. 2005.

(Source: jarrodis)

Jules Seeberger, Fairground, Paris, c. 1900.

(via indypendent-thinking)

Portrait of Ana Mendoza de la Cerda, Princess of Eboli, c. 1575.

Married when she was twelve years old, lost an eye in a duel, was one of the most celebrated beauties of her time and died in prison.

(Source: greyxeyes)

Leigh Bowery, c. 1988.

(Source: maliciousglamour)

Alessandro Bavari, Birsa Symposium, from the ‘Sodom and Gomorrah' series, c. 2000.

(Source: xo-skeleton)

Annette Thas, Giant Barbie Wave (Wave #1), a monumental sculpture installation built from over 3,000 dolls, constructed on the sands of Cottesloe Beach in Perth, Western Australia, c. 2014.

(Source: sculpturebythesea.com, via travelingcolors)

Aganetha Dyck's collaboration with bees, creating sculptures wrapped in honeycomb.

(Source: lurnps)