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karen millar (The Jealous Curator)

Delicate yet strong. This is the “Pod Series” by Australian ceramicist Karen Millar. She explores “the relationship between growth and decay, loss and hope, soft and hard, vulnerable and defensive, li

skeleton drawing + stitched cardiovascular system + hand-felted muscle mass - dan beckemeyer

takes-flight: S Y S T E M S Designer and illustrator Dan Beckemeyer created this wonderful exploration of anatomy: illustrated skeletal structure with stitched cardiovascular system and hand-felted muscle mass, on hand-made abaca paper.

The human heart stripped off all its fat and muscle, leaving only the angel veins exposed; something utterly beautiful.

The human heart stripped of fat and muscle, with just the angel veins exposed. The human heart stripped of fat and muscle, with just the angel veins exposed.

cat-wings: Beautiful in life, even more so in death. Took this picture last summer(2010) in Colorado. Right outside of a friends Cabin.

Beautiful in life and in death. the photographer said she took the picture in summer 2010 in Colorado right outside of a friend's cabin.

A dying Niálinte, the shadow identity slowly seeping out; death by a thousand cuts into the shell

A dying Niálinte, the shadow identity slowly seeping out; death by a thousand cuts into the shell

#loveartx #lovenickix #ModernPanicIII

London folk should be on the look out for Modern Panic III , an upcoming art exhibition presented by Guerrilla Zoo featuring;

Indonesia's Ma'nene 'Cleaning of the Corpses' festival skeletons are dug up and dressed up | Daily Mail Online

Bizarre Indonesian festival where deceased relatives are dug up

Every three years, the Toraja people on the island of Sulawesi, INDONESIA. dig up their dead relatives for the Ma'nene festival. The Ma'nene festival, translated to ‘the Ceremony of Cleaning Corpses’,.

Morbid Still Lifes by Cindy Wright | iGNANT.de

Morbid Still Lifes by Cindy Wright

This is an Anubis mask, worn by the priest during the mum-mification process; the only known example of this style remaining. © Harrogate Borough Council, Museums & Arts Service

This is an Anubis mask, worn by the priest during the mummification process. This is the only known example of this style remaining. © Harrogate Borough Council, Museums and Arts Service

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