December 16, 2010



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December 20, 2010


falkinghannacross:

supersonicelectronic:

Kelly Louise Judd.

((DEE-LICIOUS))

falkinghannacross:

supersonicelectronic:

Kelly Louise Judd.

((DEE-LICIOUS))

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December 29, 2010


The Harvest Moon

Charles Rennie Mackintosh
1892

The Harvest Moon

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

1892


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gothiccharmschool:

Batty bat in a cage!

gothiccharmschool:

Batty bat in a cage!

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gothiccharmschool:

I love this sort of linework illustration.
lookupmydress:

19th century influence. Artist/Tattoo Artist/Illustrator Mike Giant.

gothiccharmschool:

I love this sort of linework illustration.

lookupmydress:

19th century influence. Artist/Tattoo Artist/Illustrator Mike Giant.

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billyjane:

No better way to celebrate Bram Stoker’s birthday [November 8, 1847 – April 20, 1912]
thanks to  bent for reminder, & liquidnight for excellent post;]
“He hath done this alone; all alone! From a ruin tomb in a forgotten land. What more may he not do when the greater world of thought is open to him. He that can smile at death, as we know him; who can flourish in the midst of diseases that kill off whole peoples. Oh! If such a one was come from God, and not the Devil, what a force for good might he not be in this old world of ours.”

— Bram Stoker, Dracula
Illustration by Wilfried “Sätty” Podriech
From The Annotated Dracula by Leonard Wolf

billyjane:

No better way to celebrate Bram Stoker’s birthday [November 8, 1847 – April 20, 1912]

thanks to  bent for reminder, & liquidnight for excellent post;]

“He hath done this alone; all alone! From a ruin tomb in a forgotten land. What more may he not do when the greater world of thought is open to him. He that can smile at death, as we know him; who can flourish in the midst of diseases that kill off whole peoples. Oh! If such a one was come from God, and not the Devil, what a force for good might he not be in this old world of ours.”

— Bram Stoker, Dracula

Illustration by Wilfried “Sätty” Podriech

From The Annotated Dracula by Leonard Wolf

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January 3, 2011


rabbit-hearted-girl:

Florian Nicolle

rabbit-hearted-girl:

Florian Nicolle

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This needs to go in MOMA: The Museum of Modern Awesome.

This needs to go in MOMA: The Museum of Modern Awesome.

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