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Otherworldly asylum art gives us the creeps

We are convinced that Herbert Baglione — who has a history of seeking out abandoned buildings so he can paint black beings oozing out of their walls — has found his perfect setting with this asylum in Parma, Italy. These paintings look so right at home in the creepy setting, we are pretty sure we don’t want to venture anywhere near them, not even in broad daylight.

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Otherworldly asylum art by Herbert Baglione
Otherworldly asylum art by Herbert Baglione
Otherworldly asylum art by Herbert Baglione

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