Print are made, signed, and up for purchase NOW. This run is extremely limited, with only eight of each made. Go to www.kdvs.org to purchase one or a package of all four. Simply click on the “donate” button and browse though the selection, or type my name and you will find them. We are on air within the hour!

paysagemauvais:

Harpy - Melchior Lorck
1582
woodcut (from a series of 127)
232 mm x 162 mm
A harpy; facing left; bird-like creature with a long tail and human head; wearing a hat with two long feathers; landscape background with a town on left.
21st Apr 201412:5857 notes
Limited (and blood signed) prints of my older art will be available for purchase on April 22nd, 2014 as a premium for donating to KDVS 90.3fm. KDVS is a free-form radio station I used to DJ for from the age of 16-20, and it offered me the opportunity to travel all over the West Coast and interview bands such as Enthroned, Behemoth & Celtic Frost, along with allowing me to play literally what ever the fuck I wanted. As tribute to their impact on my life a close friend of mine and I will be making a limited about of prints to help with this years annual fundraiser. No word on the price yet, but please forward any questions you may have to me on here and I’ll be happy to answer. 
I will be on-air again, co-hosting the show Unspeakable Cults the night the prints will become available. Tune into 90.3fm if you live in the Sacramento (CA) valley at 11pm (PST) or listen live at: www.kdvs.org
18th Apr 201419:245 notes
centuriespast:

Child Seated, Holding SkullBartholomäus Reiter
Philadelphia Museum of Art
17th Apr 201417:50109 notes
le-rose-lune:

Emblem 14. Jupiter sits on a throne holding out his staff or sceptre in his left hand. Upon his head he wears a triple crown. At his feet are small symbols of Sun and Moon while beside him stands the alchemist. Kneeling at his feet are Saturn, Sun and Mars on the left and Mercury, Venus and Luna or Moon on the right.
17th Apr 201416:189 notes
paysagemauvais:

The bronze snake.Main nave of Sant’Ambrogio basilica in Milan, Italy. The bronze snake (formerly believed to be the one by Moses), a gift from emperor Basil II (1007). It stands on an Ancient Roman granite pillar.
17th Apr 201413:38129 notes
16th Apr 201423:29730 notes
unfantasmarecorreeuropa:

Hombre de Aragón fustigándose por sus pecados carnales según  Trachtenbuch des Christoph Weiditz
16th Apr 201423:2823 notes
metalonmetalblog:

Death and the Courtesan; deceptive copy after Sebald Beham. 1522-1550
16th Apr 201423:27240 notes
deathandmysticism:

Hans Holbein the Younger, Dance of Death, 1538  
16th Apr 201423:27245 notes
Opaque  by  andbamnan