This is an engraving by Albert Durer during the Renaissance. This engraving was thought to be one of his earliest signed works in the medium. There are a total of four women shown in the engraving thought to be witches. All are nude, which indicates there is some form of erotic nature to the engraving. […]Read more "The Four Witches (1497) By Albert Durer"
This is the first edition of the Gothic horror novel that would later become a major part of popular culture. Bram Stoker the Irish novelist never lived to see his creations become a financial success. Writing was never a profession that led to immense profits or economic security. Dracula has spawned numerous films and vampire related […]Read more "The First Edition of Dracula (1897)"
This is a 1986 commercial for Ghostbusters toys. The film was so popular that a cartoon series was made and produce a toy line from the Kenner toy company. Kenner Products was a toy company founded in 1946 and was absorbed into Hasbro in the year 2000. Between those years it produced a number of […]Read more "Kenner’s Ghostbusters Toy Commercial (1986)"
This is a painting by Hans Baldung-Grien during Renaissance era Europe. Bauldung-Grien was known for his paintings, woodcuts, and designs for stained glass. He also was a skilled illustrator for books and printed materials. The painting known as The Three Ages of Women and Death was produce in 1539 and was part of a larger […]Read more "The Three Ages of Women and Death (1539)"