Dread Topiary of Ras Thavas

'O friend and companion of night, thou who rejoicest in the baying of dogs and spilt blood, who wanderest in the midst of shades among the tombs, who longest for blood and bringest terror to mortals, Gorgo, Mormo, thousand-faced moon, look favourably on our sacrifices!'
brudesworld:

"How Mordred was slain by Arthur, and how by him Arthur was hurt to the death."
 Arthur Rackham art from The Romance of King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table, 1917

brudesworld:

"How Mordred was slain by Arthur, and how by him Arthur was hurt to the death."

Arthur Rackham art from The Romance of King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table, 1917

(Source: d.lib.rochester.edu, via tankista)

lostsplendor:

"Glamour of the Allies": French Postcard Set c. 1917 via Tuckdb

Give me the strength not to go write essays about these immediately.

Forever reblarg.

As Bucky Fuller says, the first thought of people, once they are delivered from wage slavery, will be, “What was it that I was so interested in as a youth, before I was told I had to earn a living?” The answer to that question, coming from millions and then billions of persons liberated from mechanical toil, will make the Renaissance look like a high school science fair or a Greenwich Village art show.

—Robert Anton Wilson (via flyingsaucercult)

(via rude-mechanicals)

gothiccharmschool:

comicartistevolution:

Bill Sienkiewicz 1985: Vampyres I & II

Here’s something you might not have seen — Sienkiewicz worked with Blackthorne Publishing to produce a couple of signed, limited-edition portfolios of vampire-themed art.

It’s gorgeous stuff and I particularly love the unexpected humor in the Van Helsing “fang-extraction” dentist office plate.