Dark, beautiful, eclectic, irreverent, occasionally silly...
Here, you can expect to see art, books, quotes, old things, illustrations, vampires (but never any that sparkle), cemeteries, castles, cathedrals, miscellaneous silliness, science nerdiness, vintage ephemera, memento mori, and other oddities. I will also most-assuredly reblog anything posted having to do with Prague.
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No better way to celebrate Bram Stoker’s birthday [November 8, 1847 – April 20, 1912]
“He hath done this alone; all alone! From a ruin tomb in a forgotten land. What more may he not do when the greater world of thought is open to him. He that can smile at death, as we know him; who can flourish in the midst of diseases that kill off whole peoples. Oh! If such a one was come from God, and not the Devil, what a force for good might he not be in this old world of ours.”
— Bram Stoker, Dracula
Illustration by Wilfried “Sätty” Podriech
From The Annotated Dracula by Leonard Wolf