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zeichenwege:

(1132) Weird & cute

zeichenwege:

(1132) Weird & cute

oldbookillustrations:

John D. Batten, illustration to Fair, brown and trembling. From Celtic fairy tales, selected by Joseph Jacobs, London, 1892. Via archive.org.

oldbookillustrations:

John D. Batten, illustration to Fair, brown and trembling. From Celtic fairy tales, selected by Joseph Jacobs, London, 1892.
Via archive.org.

pascalcampion:

Words in the sand.#pascalcampionart.It’s pretty much a follow up from yesterday’s sketch.

pascalcampion:

Words in the sand.
#pascalcampionart.
It’s pretty much a follow up from yesterday’s sketch.

zaraillustrates:

I had this idea a while ago. It’s been in my mind for a while and I thought it might make a sweet gif, so…ta da! Hope it brightens your day.
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zaraillustrates:

I had this idea a while ago. It’s been in my mind for a while and I thought it might make a sweet gif, so…ta da! Hope it brightens your day.

[zaraillustrates.com]

knitphilia:

Human hair necklaces by Kerry Howley.

yvanduque:

http://www.gallerynucleus.com/
goodnight-sleepwell:

another page for mine and Mathilde's book

goodnight-sleepwell:

another page for mine and Mathilde's book

nvmillustration:

Bruise.
Inflict a bruise on (someone or something).

nvmillustration:

Bruise.

Inflict a bruise on (someone or something).

blackblobyellowcone:


The grocery store in Palma was heavenly. Franny and Charles clutched each other at the head of every aisle. The packaging was sublime, even on canned sardines and tubes of tomato paste. Being in a foreign country made even the smallest differences seem like art. Charles had once painted Franny from a photo in a Tokyo supermarket, her wide face beatific. It was one of their very favorite things to do together.


For Emma Straub’s new book, The Vacationers, on Medium today. 

blackblobyellowcone:

The grocery store in Palma was heavenly. Franny and Charles clutched each other at the head of every aisle. The packaging was sublime, even on canned sardines and tubes of tomato paste. Being in a foreign country made even the smallest differences seem like art. Charles had once painted Franny from a photo in a Tokyo supermarket, her wide face beatific. It was one of their very favorite things to do together.

For Emma Straub’s new book, The Vacationers, on Medium today. 

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