Wunderkammer. Stupor mundi.
I like alchemical/hermetic/rosicrucian/occult illustrations, although when I say occult I mean "hidden knowledge," arcane and esoteric, as I'm not very interested in the supernatural; anatomical drawings; automatons; taxidermy animals; medieval and Renaissance painting; things that are baroque in several senses of the word; tarot; doors; gates; general old stuff; silent movies; photographs, art, and quotes that I find evocative; pretentious things; rabbits; giraffes; street fashion; alternative culture (especially involving the 1980s); design; etc. Beauty and mystery in excess.
I don't reblog: photographs that seem too oriented to mainstream fashion publications; posts where the originating blog's name might be offensive (racial slurs, etc.); or photos/art that are heavily suggestive of sexual violence.
I don't use Tumblr for fandom, so my interests in that direction rarely show up here. I like Death Note, The Mentalist, Elementary, Community, New Girl, White Collar, Studio Ghibli movies, Tolkien, Tyrion Lannister (if you say "Game of Thrones", people think you like the Starks, and honestly I am bored by the Starks except as roleplayed on the internet by friends), Haven, Archer, etc.
"Unicorn skulls" is a reference to "Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World" by Haruki Murakami. I also like Nabokov and David Mitchell and, well, Georgette Heyer.