Hella thirsty for the OTP

karmaalwayswins:

Illustrations from Max Ernst’s “Une Semaine de Bonte (A Week of Kindness)” (1934)

More info here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Une_Semaine_de_Bont%C3%A9

osigotoo:

日本文教出版 中学校道徳教科書 あすを生きる1 「違いを乗り越えて」挿絵

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

'Peter Pan in Kensington gardens' by J.M. Barrie; with drawings by Arthur Rackham. Published 1906 by Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York.

See the complete book here.

abigaillarson:

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My piece in the “Alice in Wonderland” themed art anthology, Necromancia Opus 6

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

'The business of life' by Robert William Chambers; illustrated by Charles Dana Gibson. Published 1913 by McLeod & Allen, Toronto.

See the complete book here.

vanthem:

victoriousvocabulary:

THURIFICATION
[noun]
the burning or offering of, or perfuming with incense.
Etymology: from Middle English thurybycacyon > Middle French thurification > Latin thurificatus, from thuris, “frankincense” > Ancient Greek thyos, “burnt sacrifice”.
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beautiful

vanthem:

victoriousvocabulary:

THURIFICATION

[noun]

the burning or offering of, or perfuming with incense.

Etymology: from Middle English thurybycacyon > Middle French thurification > Latin thurificatus, from thuris, “frankincense” > Ancient Greek thyos, “burnt sacrifice”.

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beautiful

still-she-haunts-me-phantomwise:

Unknown Colorer (1927; Children’s Edition)This is my scan; please do not repost

still-she-haunts-me-phantomwise:

Unknown Colorer (1927; Children’s Edition)
This is my scan; please do not repost

anitanh:

Alice in Wonderland. A Play Compiled from Lewis Carroll’s Stories Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There by Emily Prime Delafield. Originally presented for the benefit of The Society of Decorative Art, at the Waldorf, New York, March thirteenth, 1897, and now for the first time printed (NY: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1898). Found in the Internet Archive by AnitaNH

"What is this, another Adventure Time ripoff?" masterpost

gingerhaze:

for those who need some reminding that dot eyes and noodle limbs and faux-naive styles aren’t a recent thing, here are some of the illustrators that I grew up with who have always inspired me.

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Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, 1943

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Quentin Blake, 1964

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Hergé, 1929

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Dr. Seuss, 1957

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Edward Gorey, 1990s

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Ludwig Bemelmans, 1942

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Jules Feiffer, 1961

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Eric von Schmidt, 1988

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William Steig, 1960s

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James Thurber, 1932

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James Stevenson, 1972

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Picasso, 1937

Feel free to add your own!