Me & bendy Kate, just did a really amazing class with her #Poledancing

Me & bendy Kate, just did a really amazing class with her #Poledancing

worclipwollip:

Surely intended for the use of a monk, this pendant represents a head divided to depict a monk on one half, and a skull on the other, making explicit the user’s own mortality and the certainty of death. The carver conveys the reality of impending death in the monk’s eyes rolling into his head, his parted lips, and his pallor, which is suggested by the natural color of ivory. Such imagery was popular throughout much of the 16th and 17th centuries, making dating difficult.

worclipwollip:

Surely intended for the use of a monk, this pendant represents a head divided to depict a monk on one half, and a skull on the other, making explicit the user’s own mortality and the certainty of death. The carver conveys the reality of impending death in the monk’s eyes rolling into his head, his parted lips, and his pallor, which is suggested by the natural color of ivory. Such imagery was popular throughout much of the 16th and 17th centuries, making dating difficult.

worclipwollip:

Surely intended for the use of a monk, this pendant represents a head divided to depict a monk on one half, and a skull on the other, making explicit the user’s own mortality and the certainty of death. The carver conveys the reality of impending death in the monk’s eyes rolling into his head, his parted lips, and his pallor, which is suggested by the natural color of ivory. Such imagery was popular throughout much of the 16th and 17th centuries, making dating difficult.

worclipwollip:

Surely intended for the use of a monk, this pendant represents a head divided to depict a monk on one half, and a skull on the other, making explicit the user’s own mortality and the certainty of death. The carver conveys the reality of impending death in the monk’s eyes rolling into his head, his parted lips, and his pallor, which is suggested by the natural color of ivory. Such imagery was popular throughout much of the 16th and 17th centuries, making dating difficult.

grav3yardgirl:


so beauuuuuuutiful

grav3yardgirl:

so beauuuuuuutiful