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  1. This is thread were we can share pictures of things that don't exist, things from other worlds, imagination-gone-wild-stuff. Although, less animea, tovarishchi. Something like this:
  2. This may be a morbid way to start the thread off, but I found this not-quite-anatomically-correct statue of Death to be pretty haunting. It is on display at the Louvre: I won't veto the inclusion of postmodern art in this thread. Hell, if you can make me appreciate that genre, then more power to you.
  3. Memo Kosemen is a Turkish paleoartist, speczoo creative artist, and professional Weird Guy of Geigerian proportions, who is also known as nemo-ramjet online.. This thread is for appreciation of his mad, phallus-obsessed genius. First, we'll start with this excellent Facebook post:
  4. Hello, I've been referred here by Tied. I'm told there are some here who would be interested in some signatures. A few examples: Of course, any signatures (or other miscellaneous stuff, as I can actually make decent art) you all may ask for don't have to be in this format or size. The reason every single one of these is that specific shape is because the forum they are originally from has a very pissy policy that doesn't allow signatures to broach 100px (these sigs plus a line of text is about that number). I don't know if there's rules about how absurdly massive your signature
  5. Can't sleep, dinking around on teamspeak, looking for good artwork for the Citadel of the Triple Satan channel. According to Darren Oldridge in The Devil: A Very Short Introduction, there was a medieval school of thought that held that the dragon, the seven-headed beast and the two-horned beast of Revelation formed a sort of anti-trinity, being Satan, the Antichrist and the Evil Spirit respectively. The Antichrist would be born in an anti-nativity, in some traditions to a dissolute priest and nun (hmmmmm...), or perhaps to an evil spirit and a prostitute. The idea of a disembodied, evil
  6. This is the thread for when you saw a thing, thought it was original, and then saw another thing and then realized that the first thing you saw was not original. The second part of Allen Ginsberg's Howl contains the repeated exclamation "Moloch!" As we are all very educated and cultured here, I'm sure that nobody needs to be told that Moloch was a god of the Canaanites to whom they offered children by way of fire (or at least that's what the people who wrote the Old Testament said about the Canaanites; the archeological evidence is more equivocal). This was pretty evocative and Moloch sh
  7. Hieronymus Bosch was a Dutch painter of the later Renaissance Period. Much of his artwork (like a signficiant proportion of Renaissance Art) dealt with religious themes. However, his style was somewhat different from his contemporaries. This thread is for discussion of Bosch's art, and the subjects it covers.
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