1. darksilenceinsuburbia:

    Release the kraken.

    Up from the murky depths rise the Kraken, mythical beasts from Norse legend who prey on whales, ships and men alike. Subtext Gallery in San Diego is currently celebrating their fifth year in business with a fun concept show utilizing the myth of the Kraken. Challenging their artists to create not just new works, but rather new works layered over found aquatic paintings gives the show a fun appeal with interesting results (Written by Ken).

    (via mudwerks)

  2. welovepaintings:

    Caspar David Friedrich (1774-1840)
    View of a Harbour
    Oil on canvas
    71 x 90 cm
    (27.95” x 35.43”)
    Private collection

    (via moewie)

  3. wow, what did she have for lunch?

    (Source: kyannibalism, via mudwerks)

  4. muscavomitoria:

    Dr. Lakra. Untitled (Murcielago y Demonio), 2006. Ink on vintage magazine.

    (via drtuesdaygjohnson)

  5. mudwerks:

    (via Adventures in the Print Trade: Animal grace: Norbertine Bresslern Roth)

    Norbertine Bresslern-Roth - Kampf (Linocut, 1923)

  7. Henri René Albert Guy de Maupassant (5 August 1850 – 6 July 1893) was a popular 19th-century French writer, considered one of the fathers of the modern short story and one of the form’s finest exponents.


    Illustration by Anna and Elena Balbusso for Le Horla by G. de Maupassant

    via colourbomb

  8. darksilenceinsuburbia:

    Bathing Beauties. Muskoka, Ontario, ca. 1909.

    (via mudwerks)

  9. dulltooldimbulb:

    Salesman Samples for Matchbooks circa 1940  CREDIT: Collection Jim Linderman

    Dull Tool Dim Bulb

  11. hoodoothatvoodoo:

    ‘The Little Mermaid’ Drawing, 1932, by Jeannie Harbour for the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen.

    (via mudwerks)

  12. octopoda:

    Artist: Will Santino.

  13. mudwerks:

    Jolanda 05 (by micky the pixel)

    Jolanda - La filia de mare / Heft-Reihe
    La bella fuggitiva
    Elvipress (Mailand / Italien; 1970)

  15. thefindesiecle:

    Gustav Klimt-Mermaids (1899).

    {via littlemachine}

    (via architecturalarbiter)