Alchemy and Mysticism from the Hermetic Museum Author: C Knorr von Rosenroth Work: Kabbala denudata Date: 1684
Work is over 300 years old
If you are under the age of 30 and you regularly leave your friends voicemails when they don’t pick up, you are lame as fuck.
Acrylic on 12 x 32 inch canvas.
a guy from tumblr asked if he could make a painting of my eyes. it came out so well! thank you!
so who wants to knit this for me so that I can both offend middle-aged men who I pass on the street and also assert my god-given right to be way colder than the weather should allow and cranky as hell about it
I can post this on Saturdays now
my favorite thing about kermit the frog is that sometimes he makes this face
Despair in the Warsaw Ghetto part 2/2
The above images were taken by German Wehrmacht Sergeant Heinrich Jöst on an unauthorized visit to the Warsaw Ghetto. What he encountered there stunned him, making him remark in later life, “Good God, what sort of a world is this?”
Disease, brought on by crowded and unsanitary living conditions, as well as starvation and the continued threat of violence from the Nazis, claimed nearly 16,000 lives in the summer of 1941 alone.
Jöst – in civilian life, a hotel owner – had a day off from his unit stationed in Warsaw on 19 September, the day of Kiev’s occupation, and he made a whole day photo trip in the ghetto. It is also possible – even likely – that he went there on more than one occasion, as one day perhaps would have not been enough for his hundred and sixty pictures taken at several locations. One year before his death, in 1982 Jöst handed over the photos to German journalist Günther Schwarberg, who also gave a copy to Yad Vashem in Israel. (via)
photographs from Yad Vashem
Lou Reed and Nico