( Independent Horrorterrors blog; made because I felt like it.)
Current state: Normal
1962 republic of andolucia manual on demonic constructs
the infographic explanation on how demons work in my story is finally done @_@ i worked really hard on it! hope its easy to understand.
THEY WERE FIGHTING AND WERE ALL LIKE ARRRR IMMA GET YOU BITCH BUT THEN, WHAT, WHY IS THE FLOOR SO SPRINGY. BETTER TEST IT OUT.
THIS IS THE CUTEST THING EVER OMG
The picture above is of a mushroom thats thought to be a specimen of Clathrus archeri right before its fingers open up. It closely resembles a hand coming out of the ground. It even has the remnants of its tattered sleeves attached to the wrist.
That is so freakin’ cool.
Antonio Gonzales Paucar's “Shoes that Break the Silence”
Unlike your favourite William Golding novel, this installation is not a depiction of savagery, but an imaginative portrayal of existence.
The art world has seen many strange and unconventional mediums, such as human hair, urine, blood, and possibly anything else you could fathom. But Antonio Paucar’s tethered flies show the painstaking dedication that artists have for their work. In suspending dead flies from nylon string and delicately suspending them in some cryptic pattern, the vague representation of beiCanadian author Timothy Findley spoke once of a ‘crown of flies’ that forms around a dying or deceased creature. The ‘crown of flies’ creates a buzzing halo which immediately sticks out in our minds as an indicate of expiration and regeneration. This crown, in passing, creates a changed interpretation of life, where instead of seeing the living, we see a mere outline of what the living once was being.
The flies do not necessarily remain to represent a loss, but a depiction of life. Paucar’s installations give the viewer a sense of a lingering outline similar to a photographic negative or crime scene chalk in the road. The flies bring that notion of a missing object, but also that of an indication of life. The suspended flies hang in a cursory likeness of a person, acting as evidence of existence. The aesthetic found in the normally unsightly incident of death is brought to a different light in these installations-2009. Antonio born 1973 in Peru; Lives & works in Berlin.
|Song: THIS IS HALLOWEEN (like youve never heard)|
JUST FUCKING LISTEN.
THIS IS HALLOWEEN BUT NOT LIKE YOU KNOW IT
reblog so others can hear it!
Where the hell are the Victorian Goths they should be all over this.
*SMASHES REBLOG BUTTON*