blastedheath:

Mikhail Bobyshov (Russian, 1885-1964), Barrage Balloon, from the Series “Moscow During the Days of Victory”, 1942. Pencil, watercolour and gouache on paper, 60 by 57.5 cm.

blastedheath:

Mikhail Bobyshov (Russian, 1885-1964), Barrage Balloon, from the Series “Moscow During the Days of Victory”, 1942. Pencil, watercolour and gouache on paper, 60 by 57.5 cm.

liamisatwat:

Cedric Delsaux

liamisatwat:

Cedric Delsaux

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benthead:

cedric delsaux / millenium falcon

benthead:

cedric delsaux / millenium falcon

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fuckyeahvintageillustration:

‘A little boy lost’ by W. H. Hudson; illustrated by Dorothy P. Lathrop. Published 1920 by Alfred A. Kopf, New York.

See the complete book here.

belugachop:

Goldfish Market
I think this is going to be how it looks, with no transparent highlight…BECAUSE MOULD GREW IN MY ACRYLIC GEL MEDIUM.JUST HOW?!
I have matte varnish, but I doubt that it would do anything I want it to. 

belugachop:

Goldfish Market

I think this is going to be how it looks, with no transparent highlight…
BECAUSE MOULD GREW IN MY ACRYLIC GEL MEDIUM.
JUST HOW?!

I have matte varnish, but I doubt that it would do anything I want it to. 

 ♥ الرقص روح

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colourthysoul:

Jaume Mateu - Peter III the Ceremonious (1427)

colourthysoul:

Jaume Mateu - Peter III the Ceremonious (1427)

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fluoracid:

 

Greek Jewelry

fluoracid:

 

Greek Jewelry

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1000drawings:

well this is all going terribly well  by Ruby

archiemcphee:

For a series entitled Bottom Feeders, New York-based ceramic artist Mary O’Malley created a variety of wonderful porcelain teacups, saucers, teapots, and vases adorned with and inhabited by a variety of “porcelain crustaceans.” Mary’s pieces don’t appear to be made by hand. Instead  they look as though they spent ages on the ocean floor where they were overtaken and inhabited by all sorts of undersea creatures before being brought to the surface for display.

If you head over to Mary O’Malley Etsy shop you’ll find many original pieces from the Bottom Feeders series available for purchase. They’re perfect for your next underwater-themed high tea or a meeting of your local Lovecraftian cult book club.

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