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Sage's Otherworldly Luncheonette

The Central Nervous System, containing the brain and spinal cord.

(Source: 365daysofhorror, via baronvonmerkens)

Detail of skulls from the Last Judgment mosaic (c. 11th century), in the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, Torcello, Venice, Italy.

(Source: paysagemauvais, via demonologia)

Eric de Maré Skyscrapers in Hastings, n.d.

(Source: blankphotogarden, via baronvonmerkens)

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

(Source: 2000-lightyearsfromhome, via mudwerks)

Madonna, “Bedtime Story”, from the singer’s sixth studio album ‘Bedtime Stories’. © 1994 Maverick

"Let’s get unconcious, honey."

(Source: madonneys)

Pair of angelfish skeletons mounted on a cypress knee.

(Source: shadyufo)

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)

Heinrich Heidersberger, Puppenköpfe (Doll Heads), The Hague, c. 1935.

(Source: kitschgirl65)

Doll head planters at Salvageworks, created by Tim Brock.

Labyrinth' (1986), directed by Jim Henson.

(Source: emikokal)

Dead Can Dance, “The Carnival Is Over” from the duo’s sixth studio album ‘Into The Labyrinth’. © 1993 4AD

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

(via museumuesum)

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)

Gustaaf Wassink, photographed by Wendelien Daan and Jos Van Heel for F*king Young Magazine #4, c. 2014.

(via strangeforeignbeauty)