curiouser and curiouser...

sixpenceee:

A compilation of Edward Gorey and his rather gothic poems and illustrations. 

Check out his dark children alaphabet illustrations

c-adaverine:

Dissection of cadaver at Yale Medical School 1910.

c-adaverine:

Dissection of cadaver at Yale Medical School 1910.

I loved you at your darkest.
Romans 5:8  (via oorequiemoo)

feuille-d-automne:

Affaire Dreyfus

Série de clichés du procès de Rennes

Via

wet-farts-smell-the-same:

In 1870, a French ophthalmologist named Edouard Meyer included a series of photos in his textbook on surgery. The film of the era was too “slow” to take photos of actual operations, so he staged photos using cadavers. In this photo, a clamp holds the eye open to show where a scalpel should be positioned to remove a cataract.

wet-farts-smell-the-same:

In 1870, a French ophthalmologist named Edouard Meyer included a series of photos in his textbook on surgery. The film of the era was too “slow” to take photos of actual operations, so he staged photos using cadavers. In this photo, a clamp holds the eye open to show where a scalpel should be positioned to remove a cataract.

dropboxofcuriosities:

Senor Wences (Ventriloque)

dropboxofcuriosities:

Senor Wences (Ventriloque)

You don’t need water to feel like you’re drowning, do you?
Jodi Picoult, Nineteen Minutes (via indicio)
I’m exhausted. Doing absolutely nothing today really wore me out.

I’m exhausted. Doing absolutely nothing today really wore me out.


French autopsy

French autopsy

funeral-wreaths:

Hans Christian Andersen in his study in Nyhavn 18, Copenhagen

funeral-wreaths:

Hans Christian Andersen in his study in Nyhavn 18, Copenhagen