Kiss of death, El peto de la mort , Barcelona , Poblenou.

Artwork winged skeleton kisses dead man called Beyond the Grave.This astonishing sculpture forms part of Barcelona’s Poblenou Cemetery. The Kiss of Death (El Petó de la Mort in Catalan and El beso de la muerte in Spanish) dates back to (via

GODS AT WAR

Anubis and Sekhemet or Bastet (both were lion goddesses). This is an amazing image.

Kiss Of Death

The Kiss of Death, Gothic, Jaume Barba, Pueblonuevo (Poblenou) in Barcelona. Man and Winged Death.

Persia, Hasanlu    6000 year old kiss

6000 year old kiss. Hasanlu, Iran redskiesandbutterflies: 6000 year old kiss. this is my favorite omg i can’t this is so beautiful. love this

Hércules y el Cancerbero

Hercules final labor was to capture Cerberus, the three headed dog that guarded the underworld. Hercules got permission to take Cerberus from Hades, but Hades told him he could only have him if Hercules subdued him without using any weapons.

David Graeber's essay on bullshit jobs is a masterpiece that demonstrates the pointlessness of most work, the psychological and spiritual damage this brings, and the way people are fooled into directing their well justified anger towards those who build lives of true meaning.

Sculpture By Chen Wenling. This sculpture “What You See Might Not Be Real” is made by Chinese artist Chen Wenling. It depicts the Ponzi schemer (Bernard Madoff) as bull, devil who has sentenced to 150 yeas in prison. The bull that looks strong and is .

Horror. Scary. Monster.  Nightmare. Dream. Death. Decay. Demon. Corpse. Autopsy. Haunted House. Scarecrow.  Halloween. Costume.  Serial Killers. Ouija Board. Seance. Ghost. Poltergeist.  Haunted. Haunting.  Pumpkin. Eerie.  Possessed.  Possession. Exorcism. Asylum.  Mental Institution.  Zombie. Undead.  Heaven.  Hell.  Angel. Demon. Mummy.

☆ Plague Envoy :→: Artist James Flaxman ☆ This is very beatiful

sculptures by Saúl Hernández

Extraordinary sculptures by Saúl Hernández (from Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico). The OSEOsidades” is a collection of 21 bronze sculptures of 21 centimeters in height. He uses the most common representation of death which is the human skeleton

David Goode - Small Ferry Man

Bronze Garden Or Yard / Outside and Outdoor sculpture by artist David Goode titled: 'The Ferryman'

The Moses by Michelangelo in the church of San Pietro in Vincoli (Saint Peter in Chains) in Rome, Italy. Moses looks away from the altar where the venerated chains of Peter granted indulgences to countless pilgrims. Just as if he had seen a new golden calf.

Il Mosè di Michelangelo Buonarroti - Basilica di san Pietro in Vincoli

MetaMetta

Picture of Sculpture composition at the facade of the Opera Garnier, Paris stock photo, images and stock photography.

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