Death card of the Pierpont-Morgan Bergamo deck of the 15th century Visconti-Sforza tarot, produced around 1451 and one of the oldest tarot collections in existence.
“Spellbound” fashion shoot styled by Edward Enninful and photographed by Steven Meisel for W Magazine, September 2012.
Salvador Dali painting La Cara de la Guerra (The Face of War) in 1940.
Poster art by Frederick Walker for the 1871 theatrical adaptation of The Woman in White.
Queen of the Night illustration by Marjorie Miller for London society magazine The Tatler, 1931, via Sorcerer’s Skull.
Harry Furniss, The Last of the Spirits, eighth and final illustration for the 1910 Charles Dickens Library Edition of A Christmas Carol.
Poster designed by Burt Kleeger for the controversial 1984 horror cult classic Silent Night, Deadly Night.
1523 anatomical study by Jacopo Berengario da Carpi, with woodcuts by Ugo da Carpi, Courtesy of The National Library of Medicine.
The Grateful Dead, 2009, oil on canvas by Mark Bryan, inspired by Norman Rockwell’s 1942 painting Freedom from Want.