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oldbookillustrations:

He heard the birds talking above him.
Gordon Browne, frontispiece from Old-fashioned fairy tales, by Juliana Horatia Ewing, London, 188?(Date of publication based on binding indicating publication in the 1880’s)
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oldbookillustrations:

He heard the birds talking above him.

Gordon Browne, frontispiece from Old-fashioned fairy tales, by Juliana Horatia Ewing, London, 188?
(Date of publication based on binding indicating publication in the 1880’s)

(Source: archive.org)

fer1972:

Book Illustrations by Anna & Elena Balbusso

fer1972:


Wise by Phoebe Johnson
suicideblonde:

Mucha   

suicideblonde:

Mucha   

(Source: catonhottinroof, via houseofsighs)

kellyvivanco:

"Frog and Kin" 6x8" acrylic on panel. My solo show at Rotofugi opens this Friday!

kellyvivanco:

"Frog and Kin" 6x8" acrylic on panel. My solo show at Rotofugi opens this Friday!

bartleby-company:

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (Japan, 1839-1892)
Japan, 19th century, Color woodblock print

bartleby-company:

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (Japan, 1839-1892)

Japan, 19th century, Color woodblock print

(Source: atelierentomologica, via kellyvivanco)

cjwho:

Primeval Symbiosis -Single Pole House by Konrad Wójcik

Special Mention for the d3 Natural Systems 2013 international architectural design competition.

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johnleedraws:

Just finished up this piece for a book of children’s poems by John O’Marra. The poem was about the names of things being arbitrary (“A rose by any other name would smell as sweet” essentially.)
John put together a staggering amount of talented artists for this book (over 100 all told, I believe) which include some of my favorite illustrators and friends Shane McDermott, Michelle Duckworth, and Jeremy Aaron Moore.

johnleedraws:

Just finished up this piece for a book of children’s poems by John O’Marra. The poem was about the names of things being arbitrary (“A rose by any other name would smell as sweet” essentially.)

John put together a staggering amount of talented artists for this book (over 100 all told, I believe) which include some of my favorite illustrators and friends Shane McDermott, Michelle Duckworth, and Jeremy Aaron Moore.

(Source: johnleeillustration, via bookbones)


Cover illustration for Madeleine L’engle’s A Wind in the Door

Cover illustration for Madeleine L’engle’s A Wind in the Door

(Source: suspensioncathouse, via kellyvivanco)

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amourphi:

Eduard Veith, The King’s Daughter, before 1902

amourphi:

Eduard Veith, The King’s Daughter, before 1902

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kafkasapartment:

Alchemical and Rosicrucian compendium c1760. Over the dragon, breathing fire into the flask, is the Latin for “Multiplication Fermentation.”

kafkasapartment:

Alchemical and Rosicrucian compendium c1760. Over the dragon, breathing fire into the flask, is the Latin for “Multiplication Fermentation.”

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