sound and light

insani-mens:

Fabulous Cat Papers

etsy.com w. 20,228 notes

insani-mens:

Fabulous Cat Papers

drakontomalloi:

Jacopo Ligozzi - Design of a pietre dure table top. 1610

w. 128 notes

drakontomalloi:

Jacopo Ligozzi - Design of a pietre dure table top. 1610

dagasa w. 562 notes

blackpaint20:

the-two-germanys:

Conference pour la paix.Postcard, France.

the-two-germanys w. 258 notes

blackpaint20:

the-two-germanys:

Conference pour la paix.
Postcard, France.

blackpaint20:

Doom over The World, colorized adaptation based on an illustration by Gustave Dore.

blackpaint20 w. 2,812 notes

blackpaint20:

Doom over The World, colorized adaptation based on an illustration by Gustave Dore.

blackpaint20:

Devious detail from ”The Last Judgement” by Jacob de Backer c.1580

blackpaint20 w. 247 notes

blackpaint20:

Devious detail from ”The Last Judgement” by Jacob de Backer c.1580

victoriousvocabulary:

É [aka FĒI É]
[noun]
Chinese: 蛾 – moth, sometimes called fēi é (飞蛾, i.e. ‘flying’ moth); any of numerous insects of the order Lepidoptera, generally distinguished from butterflies by their nocturnal activity, hairlike or feathery antennae, stout bodies, and the frenulum that holds the front and back wings together. 
[Arik Roper]

victoriousvocabulary w. 375 notes

victoriousvocabulary:

É [aka FĒI É]

[noun]

Chinese: – moth, sometimes called fēi é (, i.e. ‘flying’ moth); any of numerous insects of the order Lepidoptera, generally distinguished from butterflies by their nocturnal activity, hairlike or feathery antennae, stout bodies, and the frenulum that holds the front and back wings together. 

[Arik Roper]

babylonsidhe:

Lyre
Date: 19th century Medium: human skull, antelope horn, skin, gut, hair
 (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Lyre)

w. 69 notes

babylonsidhe:

Lyre

Date:
19th century
Medium:
human skull, antelope horn, skin, gut, hair


(via The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Lyre)

foto-jennic:

Thomas Edison patent from 1880.

foto-jennic w. 1,076 notes

foto-jennic:

Thomas Edison patent from 1880.

pikaart w. 120 notes

pikaart:

Some crab shell bits,

standard crab types on the top and sand crab shells on the bottom