(Source: desert-dreamer, via puta-party)
Witches’ Sabbath in Paris (from a series of postcards, ca. 1910)
(Source: oliverfranju, via est-la-bile-n0ire)
Handscrolls of Buddhist Hell
12th Century, Japan.
(Source: Wikipedia, via androphilia)
René Magritte , Les Amants / The Lovers. Original etching, 1928.
(Source: theyvcreation, via vagabondedlife)
(Source: punk-, via jhendi)
by Mark Saegesser
(Source: haemus, via mellifluis)
I think the soul must love the flesh
like we love fireworks,
for brief extravagance,
for lighting up the sky
with their disappearing.
Ruth L. Schwartz (American, born 1962),
from her poem “Late Summer”
(Source: youreyesblazeout, via journalofanobody)