seabois:

Thomas Francis Dicksee, Miranda (detail), 1895
rebel6:

by Tony Midi
twistoculus:

vdjango:

Shamanic funeral ceremony in Azerbaijan

 

morticians-flame:

Summoning - Old Mornings Dawn

(via wednesdaysnecropolis)

blackpaint20:

Claude Verlinde
drittenreichkunst:

Johann Benjamin Godron “Landschaft mit Krähe”
blackpaint20:

Beggar (15th c.), 1859-1860Etienne Huyot
mstrkrftz:

 Icy Moon  |  Marshall Lipp
jennaparaprints:

Another 13 hour day in the shop means I finished another print, got a second draft of Collective Pressure’s zine down, and started etching my double-sided copper plate of “armor.”
If you guys don’t know about the long-standing affair between armorists and printmakers, then you should check out Daniel Hopfer. And since I don’t have any rad “in progress” shots of my work today, I’m sharing some of Hopfer’s.
Daniel was a German artist during the 15th century. Trained to decorate iron armor by etching it in acid. Possibly beat out Durer himself on the origin of using etching as a printmaking technique. Sometimes signed his name with a hop flower as a pun on his last name. Has a pretty unique style and a wide variety of subject matter. I’ve been reading up on him in my armorist research and he is definitely intriguing.