reapergrellsutcliff:

The Undertaker
((The original art can be found here - 葬儀屋 by 白雲 - Please go show the artist some love! - Do not remove the artist-source information!))

reapergrellsutcliff:

The Undertaker

((The original art can be found here - 葬儀屋 by 白雲 - Please go show the artist some love! - Do not remove the artist-source information!))

evagm:

Paris, March 2014
More at Evagm 
CocoRosie - Trinity’s Crying

evagm:

Paris, March 2014

More at Evagm 

CocoRosie - Trinity’s Crying

posted 13 hours ago with 50 notes
© evagm

"I never lied. I just didn’t tell you the whole truth."
✗ Jay Kristoff Stormdancer (via sempiternale)

A Loving PSA from your local Undertaker

mirthfulmortician:

THE UNDERTAKER DOES NOT HAVE A CANON NAME.

The notion that it’s Adrian Crevan is from the Kuroshitsuji headcanon tumblr page.

His name is not mentioned anywhere within the manga, anime, OVAs, musicals, drama cds, or any official material, aside from him merely being referred to as the Undertaker. 

That is all.

madundertaker:

Undertaker by Langertage
Be kind to the artist and leave credit where it is due.

madundertaker:

Undertaker by Langertage

Be kind to the artist and leave credit where it is due.

ezriela:

15 April 1912
2:20am: In the immediate aftermath of the sinking, hundreds of passengers and crew were left dying in the icy sea, surrounded by debris from the ship. Titanic’s disintegration during her descent to the seabed caused buoyant chunks of debris – timber beams, wooden doors, furniture, paneling and chunks of cork from the bulkheads – to rocket to the surface. These injured and possibly killed some of the swimmers; others used the debris to try to keep themselves afloat.The water was lethally cold, with a temperature of 28 °F (−2 °C). Second Officer Lightoller described the feeling of “a thousand knives” being driven into his body as he entered the sea. Some of those in the water would have died almost instantly from heart attacks caused by the sudden stress on their cardiovascular systems. Others progressed through the classic symptoms of hypothermia: extreme shivering at first, followed by a slowing and weakening pulse as body temperature dropped, before finally losing consciousness and dying.Those in the lifeboats were horrified to hear the sound of what Lawrence Beesley called “every possible emotion of human fear, despair, agony, fierce resentment and blind anger mingled – I am certain of those – with notes of infinite surprise, as though each one were saying, ‘How is it possible that this awful thing is happening to me? That I should be caught in this death trap?’" Jack Thayer compared it to the sound of “locusts on a summer night”, while George Rheims, who jumped moments before Titanic sank, described it as “a dismal moaning sound which I won’t ever forget; it came from those poor people who were floating around, calling for help. It was horrifying, mysterious, supernatural.” After about twenty minutes, the cries began to fade as the swimmers lapsed into unconsciousness and death.

ezriela:

15 April 1912
  • 2:20am: In the immediate aftermath of the sinking, hundreds of passengers and crew were left dying in the icy sea, surrounded by debris from the ship. Titanics disintegration during her descent to the seabed caused buoyant chunks of debris – timber beams, wooden doors, furniture, paneling and chunks of cork from the bulkheads – to rocket to the surface. These injured and possibly killed some of the swimmers; others used the debris to try to keep themselves afloat.

    The water was lethally cold, with a temperature of 28 °F (−2 °C). Second Officer Lightoller described the feeling of “a thousand knives” being driven into his body as he entered the sea. Some of those in the water would have died almost instantly from heart attacks caused by the sudden stress on their cardiovascular systems. Others progressed through the classic symptoms of hypothermia: extreme shivering at first, followed by a slowing and weakening pulse as body temperature dropped, before finally losing consciousness and dying.

    Those in the lifeboats were horrified to hear the sound of what Lawrence Beesley called “every possible emotion of human fear, despair, agony, fierce resentment and blind anger mingled – I am certain of those – with notes of infinite surprise, as though each one were saying, ‘How is it possible that this awful thing is happening to me? That I should be caught in this death trap?’" Jack Thayer compared it to the sound of “locusts on a summer night”, while George Rheims, who jumped moments before Titanic sank, described it as “a dismal moaning sound which I won’t ever forget; it came from those poor people who were floating around, calling for help. It was horrifying, mysterious, supernatural.”

    After about twenty minutes, the cries began to fade as the swimmers lapsed into unconsciousness and death.
posted 16 hours ago with 77 notes
© ezriela

geekgirlsmash:

the-underwoodwriter:

ex0skeletal:

Anatomical Heart Jewelry by Krinna on deviantART

I need a lapel pin version of these. That way I can wear my heart on my sleeves.

She has an Etsy shop.

reapergrellsutcliff:

marimaripink:

I like simple one.

テイカー描くんは楽しいなあ・・・

<3

betterleftburied:

                                             beg, p l e a d, SCREAM.
                                           sorry I’m not l i s t e n i n g.

                                            welcome to your v i c e.
                                              good luck with [ life ]
                                     cause you can’t kill me that easily.

posted 18 hours ago with 128 notes
© catp

amorous-nightmares:

“Eye miniature with tear - Edwardian Circa early 1900s - Lovely woman’s eye miniature painted on card and set in a 14K frame inset with seed pearls”

amorous-nightmares:

“Eye miniature with tear - Edwardian Circa early 1900s - Lovely woman’s eye miniature painted on card and set in a 14K frame inset with seed pearls”

posted 19 hours ago with 282 notes