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Gorey ~ Gorey-like ~ Could be Gorey If I Say So

In my untrained artist-mind, these artists and things remind me of Gorey's art. I by no means want to insult any artist by crediting Gorey for his/her work. (Shit, I need some way to categorize the 1000 black-and-white drawings I've pinned. If you've got a better method, let me know and kwitcherbitchin'.)

What Night Would It Be? Written by John Ciardi and Illustrated by Edward Gorey

Edward Gorey.

Death In The Wasteland by George Bellairs, cover by Edward Gorey, 1964.

The monuments above the dead Are too eroded to be read. from The Iron Tonic or A Winter Afternoon in Lonely Valley by Edward Gorey published 1969

Edward Gorey / After a Staffordshire sugarbowl. I want a whole set of this.

maudelynn: Christmas Under Glass by Edward Gorey (and this is the illustration on my Holiday Cards this Year!)

"Yeti" - Sigrid Rødli Illustration

The Golem - Sigrid Rødli Illustration

dddmagazine: The fantastically macabre illustrations of Edward Gorey.