Alexandre-Marie Colin, The Three Witches from Macbeth
Collages et détournements de peintures classiques
Les collages décalés de l'artiste américain Barry Kite, qui détourne les tableaux célèbres de la peinture classique pour créer des compositions amusantes
Salah Seddik - Google+ - Cool art (Insane doppleganger)
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Découvrez les post-it monstres de John Kenn
John #Kenn - Post-it Monstres
Medusa, Alice Pike Barbey - 1892
Quentin Massys, “Ill-Matched Lovers,” c. 150/1525 The pairing of unequal couples has a literary history dating back to antiquity. This painting provides a clear illustration of the ideas that old age, especially lecherous old age, leads to foolishness—with the fool participating in the deception by helping to rob the old man's purse—and that women's sexual powers cause men to behave absurdly and to lose their wits and their money.
hunchbackrainbow by Public Domain Review, via Flickr selection of wonderful little illustrations found in a Book of Hours attributed to an artist of the Ghent-Bruges school and dating from the late 15th century. In the pages without full borders the margins have been decorated with an array of different images depicting flowers, birds, jewellery, animals, household utensils and these superb rainbow-coloured ‘grotesques’
"How did you dare To trade traffic with MacBeth In riddles and affairs of death?" - Hecate (Act 3. Scene 5. 3-5) Hecate does seem pretty frustrated with the fact that a lot of death occurs within the play. Would things have taken a whole different turn if she were involved with MacBeth's prophecy?