i-am-not-the-light-you-see:

Young Mayhem/Immortal/Darkthrone

vamolian:

An old poster of Mayhem.

vamolian:

An old poster of Mayhem.

blackpaint20:

Oscar Fehrer; Two Studies of a Skull, c. 1885-1895
American (Brooklyn, NY 1872 - 1958 New York, NY)
 Charcoal and white chalk on gray wove paper

blackpaint20:

Oscar Fehrer; Two Studies of a Skull, c. 1885-1895

American (Brooklyn, NY 1872 - 1958 New York, NY)

 Charcoal and white chalk on gray wove paper

blackpaint20:

A Fitting Reward for the Most Satanic Pope and his Cardinals (1545)
This woodcut tells the reader what the pope deserves as a reward for his deeds, and shows the pope and three cardinals being executed by hanging. Two cardinals have their hats dangling from their bodies; devils carry off their souls, while an executioner nails their tongues, which have been cut off for telling falsehoods, to the gallows. The sheet contains some of the same allusions as “De Ortu et Origine Monachorum” (see below), but formally is based on the Schandbrief, or “letter of insult,” a common custom among the German nobility, which aimed at gaining revenge for unredressed grievances. Such letters of insult heaped abuse upon the enemy, and were often accompanied by Schandbilder, images that were designed to insult, which showed the person under assult suffering death by dishonorable means — through hanging, for example, or dismemberment, or disembowelment. Here, the text reads: “If the pope and cardinals were / To be justly punished here on earth / Their slanders would merit / What you see depicted here.”
Source

blackpaint20:

A Fitting Reward for the Most Satanic Pope and his Cardinals (1545)

This woodcut tells the reader what the pope deserves as a reward for his deeds, and shows the pope and three cardinals being executed by hanging. Two cardinals have their hats dangling from their bodies; devils carry off their souls, while an executioner nails their tongues, which have been cut off for telling falsehoods, to the gallows. The sheet contains some of the same allusions as “De Ortu et Origine Monachorum” (see below), but formally is based on the Schandbrief, or “letter of insult,” a common custom among the German nobility, which aimed at gaining revenge for unredressed grievances. Such letters of insult heaped abuse upon the enemy, and were often accompanied by Schandbilder, images that were designed to insult, which showed the person under assult suffering death by dishonorable means — through hanging, for example, or dismemberment, or disembowelment. Here, the text reads: “If the pope and cardinals were / To be justly punished here on earth / Their slanders would merit / What you see depicted here.”

Source

tenebrum:

American soldiers playing with skulls, Colon Cemetery, Cuba, ca. 1900

tenebrum:

American soldiers playing with skulls, Colon Cemetery, Cuba, ca. 1900