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Extreme Japanese Bondage, Amazing Art, Snakes, Death In Technicolor and Morbid History are some of the reasons why Dirty Scarab is CVLT Nation’s favorite tumblr this week. I get lost

Extreme Japanese Bondage, Amazing Art, Snakes, Death In Technicolor and Morbid History are some of the reasons why Dirty Scarab is CVLT Nation’s favorite tumblr this week. I get lost

Those who look for beauty, find it. ~ #Anon #snakes #art http://awakenyc.com/

Those who look for beauty, find it. ~ #Anon #snakes #art http://awakenyc.com/

How to draw snake's scales, by John Muir Laws

How to draw snake's scales, by John Muir Laws

Tatuagem oriental/Orient tattoo/koi/Phoenix/Queixa/Dragon

Tatuagem oriental/Orient tattoo/koi/Phoenix/Queixa/Dragon

deviantART: More Like Electric pole snake by ~burke5

deviantART: More Like Electric pole snake by ~burke5

Aire. El peso de las ideas. Calentura/enojo. El humo de los pensamientos. Chica, mujer,joven, dibujo, blanco y negro

Aire. El peso de las ideas. Calentura/enojo. El humo de los pensamientos. Chica, mujer,joven, dibujo, blanco y negro

Artist Kawanabe Kyosai (1831-1889) http://www.artcyclopedia.com/artists/kyosai_kawanabe.html

Artist Kawanabe Kyosai (1831-1889) http://www.artcyclopedia.com/artists/kyosai_kawanabe.html

Ubume (Tsukioka Yoshitoshi). Inspired/featured the art on: SIGH - Hail Horror Hail. (Yūrei are figures in Japanese folklore, analogous to Western legends of ghosts. The ghost of a woman who died during childbirth -- as shown by her disheveled state, the bloody marks on her clothing and the baby's tiny feet on the right.)

Ubume (Tsukioka Yoshitoshi). Inspired/featured the art on: SIGH - Hail Horror Hail. (Yūrei are figures in Japanese folklore, analogous to Western legends of ghosts. The ghost of a woman who died during childbirth -- as shown by her disheveled state, the bloody marks on her clothing and the baby's tiny feet on the right.)

Ghost, Kawanabe Kyosai (1870) I notice there were a lot more paintings of ghosts b4 1900. Maybe because people were not skeptical back then & more open-minded. If there are so many paintings, I would think that at least that many people believed!

Ghost, Kawanabe Kyosai (1870) I notice there were a lot more paintings of ghosts b4 1900. Maybe because people were not skeptical back then & more open-minded. If there are so many paintings, I would think that at least that many people believed!