In Cascades
clintcatalyst:

Marc Almond : Pierre et Gilles 
[ re-blog, via darqueandlovely ]
I sometimes have a queer feeling with regard to you - especially when you are near me, as now: it is as if I had a string somewhere under my left ribs, tightly and inextricably knotted to a similar string situated in the corresponding quarter of your little frame. And if that boisterous channel, and two hundred miles or so of land come broad between us, I am afraid that cord of communion will be snapt; and then I’ve a nervous notion I should take to bleeding inwardly.
Charlotte Bronte, Jane Eyre (via fables-of-the-reconstruction)
senses-working-overtime:

“Bo Peep”: Caricature of Little Bo Peep looking down at man, in tails with sheepskin on his back, on his hands and knees on mountain. Ralph Barton: Cover illustration from Puck magazine, 1916 Apr 29.

senses-working-overtime:

“Bo Peep”: Caricature of Little Bo Peep looking down at man, in tails with sheepskin on his back, on his hands and knees on mountain. Ralph Barton: Cover illustration from Puck magazine, 1916 Apr 29.

Dream Bras!!! *swoon*

kellysheathebrave:

"Portrait with Pet Bat" by Emily Winfield Martin

kellysheathebrave:

"Portrait with Pet Bat" by Emily Winfield Martin

femmedelascaux:

Overpainted photograph by Manasse.

femmedelascaux:

Overpainted photograph by Manasse.

blackpaint20:

one of my favorites
The Art of Gernot
“Twisted, taunted and highly captivating, Gernot’s illustrative work binds exceptional technique to a dark, fetishistic vision of beauty. Objects and fantasy figures feature though a body of work spanning dark fiction, pin-ups, fetish art and the bizarre. Gernot’s art brings the viewer face-to-face with angels and demons, netherworld figures of both dreams and nightmares, either of which distinguishable only by the viewer’s perspective.”

http://www.bizarre-gallery.com/

blackpaint20:

one of my favorites

The Art of Gernot

“Twisted, taunted and highly captivating, Gernot’s illustrative work binds exceptional technique to a dark, fetishistic vision of beauty. Objects and fantasy figures feature though a body of work spanning dark fiction, pin-ups, fetish art and the bizarre. Gernot’s art brings the viewer face-to-face with angels and demons, netherworld figures of both dreams and nightmares, either of which distinguishable only by the viewer’s perspective.”

http://www.bizarre-gallery.com/