The Black Death comes; art by Theodor Kittelsen
The plague (which arrived in Norway in September of 1349) was often personified as an old, wandering hag with a broom and a rake. She would wander the countryside and pass through villages; if she swept the place with her broom, it meant everyone there would die, but if she only used her rake, it meant that some of the people there would live.
I’m not really sure what’s going on here! This drawing just refused to go the way I wanted and turned into something else so I’m gonna stop working on it:p
girls just wanna have
real pockets on our clothes, damn
"oh yeah you guys use celcius"
Nowhere but Sajima / Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects
George Frederic Watts 1817 - 1904
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