1. yagazieemezi:

    Betty Adewole for Bon Magazine FW 2014.
    By Johan Sandberg

    (via songofman)

  2. delrayoblanco:

    Krishna cow painted with a squirrel-hair brush by master Mughal miniature painter in Jaipur, Ajay Sharma.

    (via mylittleillumination)

  3. Water Serpents II" (detail), 1907, Gustav Klimt.

    (via atomheartmoth)

  4. blkdeath:

    The Awa is a cult of the dead, whose purpose is to reorder the spiritual forces disturbed by the death of Nommo, a mythological ancestor of great importance to the Dogon.Members of the Awa cult dance with ornate carved and painted masks during both funeral and death anniversary ceremonies. There are 78 different types of ritual masks among the Dogon and their iconographic messages go beyond the aesthetic, into the realm of religion and philosophy.

    (via iwannajamitwithyou)

  5. (Source: sumddy, via yogi-petitlapin)

  6. asheathes:


    Clinging haphazardly to the jagged sides of the Drakensberg escarpment, the South African Institute for Witches and Wizards is an impressive conglomeration of architectural wonder and eccentric contraptions that keep the sprawling institute welded to the steep slopes of the mountains. Many say roaming the institute is an arduous test of one’s stamina as the primarily vertical layout of the institute relies on a plethora of stairs to navigate (luckily it has gotten better after the restriction on the indoor use of broomsticks was lifted). Over centuries, many pockets of shallow caves have been dug out and furnished by students who like to spend their free time observing the vast landscape before them from high up in the mountainside. The student population supplies much of the profits for Mava’s Zoomtastic Glasses, which is a popular accessory for observing the abundance of wildlife that roam the lands.

    (via lordlouiedor)

  7. vimeo:

    Terry Gilliam, the man who brought us Brazil, returns to his surreal futuristic side with Zero Theorem.

    Buy it or rent it on Vimeo On Demand

  8. theunholyboy:

    Henry-Pierre de Sard - F.A.T.E VIII in Mahlwinkel

    (via dynastylnoire)