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KA-BLAM! A History of Apocalyptic Art

By Becky Ferreira Oct 24, 2013

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The Osogovo Monastery in Macedonia has stood strong since the 12th Century. The interior features this absolutely bonkers fresco of an apocalyptic event in which a many-headed dog (bottom right) goes Doomsday all over everyone's butts. Note that the devil is in the top right too, watching over the chaos with pride.

Tags: apocalypse, art, art slideshows, dystopian, apocalyptic art

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