Dávid Kőrösi

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I think this thing will now haunt my dreams at night. Diptera Atherix ibis larva = baby fly

mucholderthen: “ THE DEMON LORD OF FLY LARVAE Atherix ibis fly - aquatic larva Technique: Stereomicroscopy Fabrice Parais Cedex, France No, this is not a fly larva standing on its hind legs,.

A twist on regular fruit tarts – the crust is actually a cookie!

Recipe with video instructions: A twist on regular fruit tarts — the crust is actually a cookie! Ingredients: recipe Cookie Dough, 4 egg yolks, cup sugar, cup cornstarch, Pinch of.

Whom would I eat next? - null

Whom would I eat next? - null

Providence issue 11 - limited edition century variant 07: Mountains of Madness. Alan Moore, Raulo Caceres (Avatar Press)

Providence Century Variant 07 – Mountains of Madness; art by Raulo Caceres A scene from the ancient conflict in At the Mountains of Madness, where the Elder Things warred against the rebellious, protean shoggoths

Providence #11, Century Variant 03 – Red Hook; art by Raulo Caceres A scene from the end of “The Horror at Red Hook”; the cylinder is inscribed with words from the incantation that Lovecraft copied for the story, while the symbol on the top, like a combination of Venus (♀) and the Moon (☽), probably refers to Hecate, goddess of witches and associated with the moon

art by Raulo Caceres A scene from the end of “The Horror at Red Hook”; the cylinder is inscribed with words from the incantation that Lovecraft copied for the story, while the symbol on the top, like a combin

Providence #11, Century Variant 06 – Witch House; art by Raulo Caceres A scene from “The Dreams in the Witch House”; ironically, the Black Man, Nyarlathotep, appears to be based on Lovecraft himself

art by Raulo Caceres A scene from “The Dreams in the Witch House”; ironically, the Black Man, Nyarlathotep, appears to be based on Lovecraft himself

Providence #11, Century Variant 02 – Final Words; art by Raulo Caceres The end of Abdul Alhazred, as detailed in Lovecraft’s “History of the Necronomicon,” torn apart by invisible demons on the streets of Damascus

art by Raulo Caceres The end of Abdul Alhazred, as detailed in Lovecraft’s “History of the Necronomicon,” torn apart by invisible demons on the streets of Damascus

15 k gilla-markeringar, 54 kommentarer - GODSTEETH (@godsteethillustration) på Instagram: "Only got time for quicker stuff like this lately"

15 k gilla-markeringar, 54 kommentarer - GODSTEETH (@godsteethillustration) på Instagram: "Only got time for quicker stuff like this lately"