It’s sad how little notes this has

Then let us add another to it.

People who hate on anon are the worst sort of cowards.

If you have something to say to someone, say it as yourself. Not a mask.
If it’s just something hideously cruel and unnecessary then just DON’T.  

Anon hate is pointless. Anon love can be fun.

(Source: kittiezandtittiez)




New doll!

This is my interpretation of Baphomet, a goat headed idol/deity/demon ( depending on who you ask)  known through an illustration of a sabbatic goat by Eliphas Levi, seen in the tarot and occult artwork. I’m extremely proud of this piece and I feel that it represents a new level of doll crafting for me.

This Baphomet can be cruel and kind, masculine and feminine and commands respect. But it also really really likes peanut butter sandwiches ( optional: sprinkled with goats blood, duh) so please have some ready if you give this beast a home. This doll is also best enjoyed while listening to doom metal.


This doll is hand made using cast urethane from original sculptures, a hand sewn faux fur body and hand dyed/painted wool wings. This doll is not articulated, it is a floppy style doll stuffed with polyfill and weighted to sit for display. The wings and ears can be posed. Glass taxidermy eyes.

This doll’s necklace is made from a pewter Baphomet button from The Black Broom , coral, wood, snake bone, horn and amber beads.

13” tall seated.

As with all of my original dolls, this piece will come with a signed and dated etched wooden tag marking it as one of my one of a kind critters.

This is a piece of artwork intended for adult collectors. It can be played with and cuddled a little but please treat it with care to prevent scuffs. Clean any cast parts with a slightly damp cloth, do not use solvents. Fur can be combed and styled if desired.

I do not take on commissioned work.

(via blackswans-butterflywings)


John Atkinson Grimshaw (1836-1893) was a Victorian-era painter, notable for his moonlit scenes and landscapes.

these paintings are incredible because we’ve all seen eerie clouds like this, but they’re virtually impossible to photograph the same way we see them. So this guy pained them. This is why painting and art is important. 

(Source: mydarkenedeyes, via bankston)


I still say this man does some of the finest explanations of historical events the world has ever known.

(Source: thatsnotevenreal, via bwansen)


my only Easter post and hope.

(via bwansen)


Costumes for a court performance of the “Ballet de la nuit”, c. 1653

(via joachimmurat)



George of the Jungle


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Ira Frederick Aldridge by James Northcote, 1826

"Aldridge was born in New York and educated at the New York African Free School, where he began to develop an interest in theatre. He came to Britain in 1824, and first appeared on the London stage in 1825 playing the role of Prince Oroonoko of Africa in the melodrama The Revolt of Surinam, or A Slave’s Revenge. In 1833, he made his West End debut playing Othello. Audiences were positive but reviewers found the idea of a black actor shocking and the play was soon cancelled. Aldridge was better received elsewhere and made several successful European tours, becoming one of the highest paid actors in the world. His subsequent reputation led to a triumphant return to the London stage in 1855. He died on tour in Poland.”

On display at the National Portrait Gallery, London

(via joachimmurat)


I keep thinking oh man, I’m so immature. How am I allowed to be an adult.

Then I spend time with teenagers.

And it’s like, wow, okay, yeah. I am an adult. I am so adult. Look at me adulting all over the place.

(via the-ilerminaty)

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