Photographer Julia Solis takes pictures from inside old abandoned psychiatric hospitals. The result is unavoidable, undoubtedly eerie, and full of troubling decay. A must see if you’re intrigued by that sort of thing.
A wax moulage circa 1900-1930. From the description from the Museum of Health Care at Kingston: “A moulage in wax of a life-size section showing nose and mouth mounted on a wooden base, depicting a hard chancre of the lower lip; paper label mounted below moulage.”