The Handless Maiden - fairy tale   https://michelleaugellopage.wordpress.com/2015/10/09/the-handless-maiden/  Image by Ericka Lugo

Erika Lugo - This is the cover of a Grimm’s tale called “The Handless Maiden” 2010

The Armless Maiden    Oil on Wooden Panel (framed)  40cm x 50cm    For more…

The Armless Maiden Oil on Wooden Panel (framed) x For more…

by Stephanie Pui-Man Law

Stephanie Law - watercolor painter, botanical illustrator and artist of fantastical dreamworld imagery.

The One-Handed Girl - The Lilac Fairy Book by Andrew Lang, 1910

Illustration ' The One-Handed Girl', from The Lilac Fairy Book, edited by Andrew Lang

The One-Handed Girl - The Lilac Fairy Book by Andrew Lang, 1910

The One-Handed Girl - The Lilac Fairy Book by Andrew Lang, 1910

espressoalchemist:  A Ya-te-veo (“I see you”) man-eating tree of Central America, from Land and Sea by J.W. Buel, 1887. A cryptid similar to Robert Bloch’s depiction of the young of Shub-Niggurath

Ya-Te-Veo or South American Man-Eating Tree Reputed to be found in both Africa and South America, but first found and identified in South America and since wiped out in Africa, already home of such.

Straparola: Biancabella e la biscia sua sorella

Biancabella e la biscia sua sorella (Notte III, favola III) - Straparola

Vou à praia, mas sempre esqueço o chapéu. Enquanto caminho, fotografo folhas secas, meus passos na areia,  troncos apodrecidos, trazidos pelas ondas.  Mar. Montanhas. Pedras. Céu.  O homem do violoncelo não veio ontem à noite. Parece que se perdeu em devaneios, com a bailarina dos sete véus.Reunidos em volta da fogueira, cantamos e dançamos.  Chamamos chuva...  Eu sempre esqueço o chapéu.    Texto: Marisa Sevilha Rodrigues  https://www.facebook.com/benvindoaopratodecerejas  Imagem: Moony…

Extremely talented Moony Khoa Le, also known as Moonywolf, is a digital artist and illustrator based in Vietnam. In her drawings, she expresses incredibly

"The Girl Without Hands" by Justine Pido

art, fashion and words that evoke a fairy tale mood when you want to escape to Wonderland for a.

59/Divagando: Clichés al por-mayor.

Figure with Drawers for a Four-part Screen, 1934 by Salvador Dali, Surrealism Period Surrealism. sketch and study

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