Hocus Pocus

A collection of inspirations

out on a limb

http://aboothroyddesigns.blogspot.co.uk/

moshita:

Insects

Laurent Seroussi 

So cool

(via blackwaterscabinet)

etregris:

dream dress

etregris:

dream dress

(Source: fashion-runways, via cateaclysmic)

I’d love to live in one of these

(Source: steampunkgasoline, via atasteofsilence)

swiczeniuk:

roachpatrol:

"Auditory Stagnation

GIVE ME THESE. GIVE. GIVE ME THEM. 

You do not understand how much I need these. And I would wear them during our dj sets. I’M DEADLY SERIOUS.

(Source: simplydropdead, via cateaclysmic)

“I design clothes because I don’t want women to look all innocent and naïve…I want woman to look stronger…I don’t like women to be taken advantage of…I don’t like men whistling at women in the street. I think they deserve more respect. I like men to keep their distance from women, I like men to be stunned by an entrance. I’ve seen a woman get nearly beaten to death by her husband. I know what misogyny is … I want people to be afraid of the women I dress.”

—   Alexander McQueen (via ephe)

(Source: mcqueenadillo, via cateaclysmic)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Kiva Ford

Anatomy in a Jar

Cute

(via stopgoblin)

bakeanddestroy:

stfumadison:

Dita Von Teese

Oh man it’s so weird because this is exactly how glamorous I look washing my Mini Cooper!

(Source: cybertronian, via cateaclysmic)

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

New Quilled Paper Anatomy by Lisa Nilsson 

Paper artist Lisa Nilsson (previously) recently completed a number of new anatomical pieces using her profoundly incredible skill with quilling, a tedious process where paper is tightly wound into small rolls and then assembled into larger artworks. The natural formation of the paper coupled with Nilsson’s ability to identify the precise materials to mimic organic structures makes each artwork appear uncannily like actual cross-sections of humans and animals. The artist has a number of new works currently on display at the Boston Art Gallery as part of the exhibition Teaching the Body: Artistic Anatomy in the American Academy through March 31, 2013.

(via blackwaterscabinet)

hkirkh:

Tibetan Carved Skull

hkirkh:

Tibetan Carved Skull

(via stopgoblin)