- Panel from Les Chants de Maldoror, illustrated by Rene Magritte

- Panel from Les Chants de Maldoror, illustrated by Rene Magritte




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"I cannot love you, I detest you. Why do I return to you, for the
thousandth time, to your friendly arms which part to caress my burning
brow, their very contact extinguishing my fever! I know not your secret
destiny. All that concerns you interests me. Tell me whether you are the
dwelling-place of the Prince of Darkness. Tell me this, ocean… tell me
(me alone, for fear of distressing those who have yet known nothing but illusion) whether the breath of Satan creates the tempests that fling your salty waters up to the clouds. You must tell me this because I should love to know that hell is so close to man."

-Comte de Lautréamont


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Tristan und Isolde: Act I: Prelude | Richard Wagner (performed by Karl Böhm / Bayreuther Festspielorchester)

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Willy Pogany (1882-1955)
Parsifal by Wagner Published by Crowel 1912

Willy Pogany (1882-1955)

Parsifal by Wagner
Published by Crowel 1912




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Amatorski - soldier




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1933 Max Ernst

1933 Max Ernst

(Source: colin-vian)




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The Doors | Spanish Caravan

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bitemagazine:

BITE BLOG EXCLUSIVE 

Photographer: Sebastian Henkel
Model: Juliane Schreiber @ VIVA Models
Grooming: Brigitte Brenner @ Basics

bitemagazine:

BITE BLOG EXCLUSIVE 

Photographer: Sebastian Henkel

Model: Juliane Schreiber @ VIVA Models

Grooming: Brigitte Brenner @ Basics




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Post 666




A vain woman looks for herself in the mirror and sees a devil’s anus instead
Albrecht Dürer - Flamboyant Woman at the Mirror (1498) aka the Devil and the Coquette, copy of an illustration from ‘Der Ritter von Turm’, Augsburg

A vain woman looks for herself in the mirror and sees a devil’s anus instead

Albrecht Dürer - Flamboyant Woman at the Mirror (1498) aka the Devil and the Coquette, copy of an illustration from ‘Der Ritter von Turm’, Augsburg




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r. b. kitaj

r. b. kitaj




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Japan 1940’s

Japan 1940’s




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