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KA-BLAM! A History of Apocalyptic Art

By Becky Ferreira Oct 24, 2013

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This gorgeous interpretation of the Norse mythology's end times — which was named Ragnarok — was made in 1130 by some bored Vikings. It depicts the insanity of the final war between the gods and giants, kickstarted by the escape of the world's most famous trickster: Loki.

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Becky Ferreira

Becky Ferreira is a writer, performer, and raptor based in New York.

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