Atov, 19. Contents: my illustrations (on semi-hiatus till the end of December), glitter, blood,morbid imagery, musicals, random shit. You're welcome
Reblogged from duckwhatduck
French medical students and their mistresses.
Gavarni, “Oeuvres choisies de Gavarni : études de moeurs contemporaines” (1847), translated by and screencapped from F. Pallualt’s “Medical Students in England and France 1815-1858”
HE IS INTRODUCING HIS GIRLFRIEND TO A PRESERVED FETUS
Wow, you’re improving by miles and leagues with almost every month! I knew you were good and getting better, but it’s so cool to see it summarized like this :D
aaahh, thank you)) i still have a lot of things to improve, tho
but at least now i understand how do hands work haha
Reblogged from comorbidities
Pieces of red glass lying scattered on the floor, an imposive chandelier lying ontop of the broken fragments and black crows hovering over the blood red glass, picking at it and seemingly tearing it to pieces like a dead animal. ‘Carroña’ (Carrion) is a work produced for the exhibition Glasstress 201, a parallel event to the 54th Venice Biennale.
Reblogged from harkerling
After 10 years and nearly 25,000 recs, the multifandom recs community crack_van on Livejournal will be closing in January. :-(
For the last Small Fandom Month, this December, I’ll be reccing fic for the Hungarian production of Rómeó és Júlia. Only completed stories are eligible for reccing, but if you know of any stories out there that I may have missed in my searches, please drop me a note and I’ll consider adding them to my list.
Yesterday I started with a fandom overview:
This is Romeo and Juliet for people who don’t normally like Romeo and Juliet (as well as those who do)!
Beautiful Verona greets you:
Don’t get between me and my revenge!
Like the original Shakespeare play, Rómeó és Júlia is the story of a Verona torn by senseless violence. In this version, however, there’s no Lord Montague, and while Lord Capulet seems ready to make peace, the ladies of the two houses are not—nor are the younger generation, who roam the streets in gangs despite the edict of the Prince against fighting. Romeo and Julia, of course, meet and fall in love against the wishes of their families—but love isn’t enough to save them from the violence around them. Everything ends in fire and death, except in fanfiction, where fix-it AUs and sex are a more common outcome.
We’re destined for hell and we’ll all burn,
but heaven awaits Romeo and Julia.
Read the rest (with pretty pictures) at crack_van! The moderators have not yet created a fandom tag for Rómeó és Júlia, but it will probably be romeo es julia, and all of my recs will be found there. Okay, the fandom is small enough that it’s likely everyone who’s interested has found all the fic, but I’ll be honest, a big part of my motivation is hoping to convince more people to watch with pretty pictures of glitter and fire and hot people in leather pants and cleavage-baring corsets.