jangojips:

gothiccharmschool:

kyle-marffin:

Some intriguing illustration work by artist Dave Flora for the 19th century vampire ‘penny-dreadful’ classic Varney The Vampyre, or The Feast Of Blood by James Malcolm Rhymer, a rip-roaring, blood-curdling 800+ page episodic novel sold in 109 individual installments for a penny each back in the 1840′s. Flora’s work is done in pen, pencil, brush and grayscale markers, and you can seem more (I think) at feastofblood.com.  We see lots of artists’ homages to Stoker’s Dracula, some few to LeFanu’s Carmilla, but it’s rare to see anyone attack this seminal piece of vampire literature. The artist calls these pieces ‘a labor of love’, and I’d call them very well done. 

Oooooh.

This was only one of my favorites as a kid. More exciting than Dracula. (Really, it is.) You can read it for free here: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/14833/14833-h/14833-h.htm

voldesnorts:

harlequin-dreams:

womxxn:

We went to this burger place for lunch (turned out to be a drag bar which was shitty in other ways) but the walls were papered with rolling stones covers and it just really becomes obvious when you see lots of magazine covers next to each other that men are treated as people and women are treated as objects.

THIS PROVES MY POINT SO HARD IT SMASHES YOU IN THE TEETH

GOSH DARN IT I HOPE YOU FEEL THE SLAP IN YOUR FACE

cypulchre:

Screen printed “The Matrix” posters. Private commission. Regular and variant version plus the glow in the dark layer for the variant.

Killian Eng: http://dwdesign.tumblr.com/

leonmaughan:

What I don’t like is how my default reaction to meeting new people is to hate them, and then I allow myself to slowly warm to them.

Did you hate me when you first met me? :p 

I think I generally have to warm to people before I actually like them too, but that sounds like a more average reaction because I don’t hate them as a default. I’m more like an unsure dog, who has to sniff and lick your hand first before I can decide if you’re alright. Metaphorically of course.