Curious Trees

Yeah, I make comics too: Jecaro.com   

In many parts of the globe there were at one time believed to exist certain trees which were considered to be very curious, perhaps on account of some natural phenomena connected with them, or from their associations or surroundings.
(The Forest in Folklore and Mythology by Alexander Porteous - 1928)

catneep:

I’m doing this poster for some kind of board game event near my hometown ! gentils regards.

catneep:

I’m doing this poster for some kind of board game event near my hometown ! gentils regards.

— 12 hours ago with 325 notes

thebristolboard:

Original concept paintings for Walt Disney’s animated Cinderella movie by Mary Blair, 1950. 

— 13 hours ago with 104 notes
The Golden Harp →

(Source: jessetise)

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kafkasapartment:

Poster for Cycles Clement, c.1900. Arthur Foache. Original color lithograph

kafkasapartment:

Poster for Cycles Clement, c.1900. Arthur Foache. Original color lithograph

(via iheartnouveau)

— 13 hours ago with 208 notes
shroud-exordium:

The Little Prince!
By Nika Goltz

shroud-exordium:

The Little Prince!

By Nika Goltz

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ohsamiam:

Otfried Preussler, The Little Witch. Illustrations by Nika Goltz

ohsamiam:

Otfried Preussler, The Little Witch. Illustrations by Nika Goltz

(via iwanderaimlessly)

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I wrote about conventions and independent comics →

evandahm:

The last two conventions I exhibited at were SDCC in July, and SPX which was last weekend as you may have heard if you’re on social media in the vicinity of anybody currently involved in the independent comics world. I came out of each of those shows feeling weirdly enlightened about Where…

— 4 days ago with 253 notes

wattsay:

liblinks:

We’ve got our Banned Books Week display up a little early this week. This is a picture of the one in the Main Library and there are also displays going up in the Science Library and The Curriculum Materials Library in Aderhold. 

As you can see in the second picture, each book has a brief description of its plot/content, its publication date, and whether it’s fiction or non-fiction. The tag also tells you where, when, and why it was banned or challenged. We’ve included books banned around the world, historically and presently.

The CML in Aderhold will have an extra display consisting specifically of children’s books that have been banned or challenged. 

So stop by and pick up a book someone, somewhere thought you shouldn’t be allowed to read. 

I did a thing.

Ok, it was more like: I had an idea and then A LOT of people helped me make it happen. TEAMWORK!

(via dirtyriver)

— 1 week ago with 86 notes

vince-buzz-coleman:

a couple more pages.

i have a little over eighty pages of art now… i need to start adding words!

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fletchingarrows:

senses-working-overtime:

NC Wyeth, Ladies Home Journal

dream cities

fletchingarrows:

senses-working-overtime:

NC Wyeth, Ladies Home Journal

dream cities

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loic-locatelli:

Re-taking Japanese lessons. I wanted to draw something for the occasion.Fantasy Tôkyô Daigaku Women’s Club Volleyball !

loic-locatelli:

Re-taking Japanese lessons.
I wanted to draw something for the occasion.
Fantasy Tôkyô Daigaku Women’s Club Volleyball !

— 1 week ago with 1682 notes

stevensugar:

Noble Enchanter Vivian Parrish and Her Tools

— 2 weeks ago with 674 notes

gameraboy:

Joe Johnston not only helped build models and do concept art, he wound up playing both stormtroopers seen when the Millennium Falcon is brought into the Death Star via tractor beam. Also in this post are Ralph McQuarrie’s illustrations for the scene, George Lucas helping Joe Johnston in the stormtrooper suit, and Ken Ralston working on the turrets.

— 2 weeks ago with 338 notes