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They just want to see what happens when they tear the world apart.
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3 days ago · 16536 · ©
cafe-de-fl0re:

srsly 

cafe-de-fl0re:

srsly 

3 days ago · 37742 · ©
ttrincea:

The tattooed chest of a portuguese criminal who died in Lisbon circa 1880. The identity of the man is not known. The tattooed skin was removed from the body to avoid recognition in dissections, as the bodies of criminals and outlaws were used for studies. Hundreds of peices of tattooed skin are preserved to this day at the Santa Maria Hospital in Lisbon.

ttrincea:

The tattooed chest of a portuguese criminal who died in Lisbon circa 1880. The identity of the man is not known. The tattooed skin was removed from the body to avoid recognition in dissections, as the bodies of criminals and outlaws were used for studies. Hundreds of peices of tattooed skin are preserved to this day at the Santa Maria Hospital in Lisbon.

3 days ago · 953 · ©
decreed:

cocktailqueen:

mercenaryyqueen:

never loved a gif so much

this is kinda creepy tho

The story behind this painting is very interesting, though.  The artist’s mother was very sick, so the house was always filled a suffocating silence.  This painting depicts him wanting to scream, but having to be silent, hence the anguished expression.  In the whole painting you see figures in the background, one of which is his sister.

decreed:

cocktailqueen:

mercenaryyqueen:

never loved a gif so much

this is kinda creepy tho

The story behind this painting is very interesting, though.  The artist’s mother was very sick, so the house was always filled a suffocating silence.  This painting depicts him wanting to scream, but having to be silent, hence the anguished expression.  In the whole painting you see figures in the background, one of which is his sister.

3 days ago · 489206

wearingly:

I find it crazy how any of us can die at any moment yet we live our lives always planning for the future

3 days ago · 279527 · ©
Enganam-se os que pensam que por estarem parados não estão a tomar uma posição
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observando:

City Lights, by Axel Marazzi. More on my Instagram.

observando:

City Lights, by Axel Marazzi. More on my Instagram.

4 days ago · 364 · ©

mentalalchemy:

c-adaverine:

Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan on November 16, 1581

Ilya Repin

This painting depicts the historical 16th century story of Ivan the Terrible mortally wounding his son in Ivan in a fit of rage. By far the most psychologically intense of Repin’s paintings, the Emperor’s face is fraught with terror, as his son lay quietly dying in his arms, blood dripping down the side of his face.

that tear drop though

4 days ago · 84727 · ©