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When the witches want to bring thunder, they plunge their hands in the water a certain way

SOMEONE TALKED.

NEW JODOROWSKY FILM??!!! Whattt??? How have I not heard about this?!

To lebain or not lebain.. That is the question!

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On the Writing of the Insane, with illustrations, by G. Mackenzie Bacon, M.D., London, 1870

Diagrammatic art by an unnamed patient, who “ended one day by drowning himself in a public spot.”

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leprincelointain:

John Austen (1886-1948), Hamlet - 1922

leprincelointain:

John Austen (1886-1948), Hamlet - 1922

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leprincelointain:

John Austen (1886-1948), Hamlet - 1922

leprincelointain:

John Austen (1886-1948), Hamlet - 1922

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magictransistor:

Georg Matthäus Seutter, Colossus Monarchic Statua Danielis (The Figure of Colossus), Pontificum Roma Norum Series Chronologica, Statua Regum Europæorum [Hand-coloured engraving]; Augsburg, c. 1730.

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YES!
chimneyfish:

The Giantess, 1950
Leonora Carrington

chimneyfish:

The Giantess, 1950

Leonora Carrington

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Paid a visit to the ECA degree show last week - really impressive show all round I thought with the painting and sculpture schools being the strongest.

Above is the work of Margaret C Anderson who for my was the stand out of the whole year. Absolutely incredible work very reminiscent of Peter Doig’s dreamlike landscapes. I stood for about 15 minutes just looking at these, very large scale, very imposing - pretty much exactly what I would love to be doing. It also made me feel slightly sad about my FMP piece as I really would have rather gone down this route - however it has definitely inspired me to work further and also with using colour(something which is definitely missing from my own work.

Sadly, I didn’t take any pictures but a VERY special mention to an amazing graduate on the Illustration course Emily Katagiri

http://emkatdrawings.tumblr.com

Incredible work and a nice change from the usual twee cartoony type of drawings of foxes, otters etc……totally reminded of Moebius and the Ghibli movies. FOLLOW HER^^!