Inspiration/sap blog of Luka Riot, the weirdo "mastermind" of Hellhound Fashion.


“We are here to laugh at the odds and live our lives so well that Death will tremble to take us.”
― Charles Bukowski


Varun Bahl gown for Nissa Nissa the wife of Azor Ahai, who was the prophet of R’hllor


Hood by Air Spring 2015 by Lea Colombo


Lille, France (by Petrana Sekula)


Cementiri de Montjuïc (by juanloboluna)


Depictions of the Abu Simbel temples, from 1843 to present.

Of the most magnificent monuments in the world, the two temples at Abu Simbel date to about 1260 BCE, and have long captured the interest and imaginations of many.

Ramesses II dedicated the so-called Small Temple of Abu Simbel to the goddess Hathor, and his wife Nefertari. Slightly further south is the larger temple, which Ramesses dedicated to the gods Ptah, Amun-Re, Re-Horakhty, as well as his own divine self. 4 colossal seated figures of Ramesses take up the facade of the latter.

The Great Temple of Ramesses II by kairoinfo4u.

Temple of Hathor/Nefertari, published in 1902, Internet Archive Book Images.

The Great Temple of Ramesses II, published in 1921, Internet Archive Book Images.

The Great Temple of Ramesses II, published in 1896Internet Archive Book Images.

'Interior of the excavated Temple of Abu Simbel in Nubia,' published in 1843, The British Library.


Cimitero Monumentale di Staglieno