The Encyclopedia of Early Earth by Isabel Greenberg – review
Mapping Out Isabel Greenbergs The Encyclopedia of Early Earth - Award-winning cartoonist Isabel Greenberg talks about her first book, which catalogs the mythology and culture of an earlier, fictional Earth.
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from Isabel Greenberg's Encyclopedia of Early Earth
Mapping Out Isabel Greenberg's "The Encyclopedia of Early Earth"
Award-winning cartoonist Isabel Greenberg talks about her first book, which catalogs the mythology and culture of an earlier, fictional Earth.
The 20 Most Beautiful Children’s Books of All Time
The 20 Most Beautiful Children's Books of All Time
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The 20 Most Beautiful Children's Books of All Time.... These really are beautiful and would be perfect as gifts for a mom to be or baby shower.
House Held Up By Trees, written by Ted Kooser and illustrated by Jon Klassen. Another beautiful children's book. http://www.janetcampbell.ca/
House Held Up By Trees, written by Ted Kooser and illustrated by Jon Klassen. Another beautiful children's book.
on flavorwire -- the 20 most beautiful children's books of all time -- an interesting list
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The 20 Most Beautiful Children’s Books of All Time
Paper Goods – Meet the Artist: Junzo Terada
Junzo Tereda for Chronicle Books
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Stationery: I have this journal for meeting notes and blog ideas - it's printed throughout with beautiful designs like the one on the cover and it's a joy to write in! Animals at Work and Play, by Chronicle Books.
Junzo Terada. Animals at Work and Play Journal. 2009 vintage retro illustration
Junzo Terada. Animals at Work and Play Journal. 2009
Journal by Chronicle Books $9.95 USD
I was recently blown away by Junzo Terada's Animals at Work and Play Journal (2009, Chronicle Books). I couldn't find any more information on this amazing artist other than his playful images.
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Isidro Ferrer: theater poster design for Centro Dramático Nacional
Book face by Isidro Ferrer click image for more like this
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CDN 2011-2012 : Isidro Ferrer graphic design
CDN 2011-2012 : Isidro Ferrer
Book face by Isidro Ferrer
Book face... book as art!
Sainte Marguerite et le dragon, uncredited
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"Saint Margaret and the Dragon" Picture book by Marie Belgium, Hainaut, circa 1285-1290 (Paris, BNF, Department of Manuscripts)
yama-bato: Saint Margaret and the DragonPicture book by Marie Belgium, Hainaut, circa 1285-1290 Paris, BNF, Department of Manuscripts, New acquisition French 16,251, fol. 100
Sainte Marguerite et le dragon by renzodionigi. Art history degree and all I can think is 'long johns'. Time to put down the wine.
*OK, she is inside the dragon for sure... Sainte Marguerite et le dragon, uncredited
Sainte Marguerite et le dragon by renzodionigi. St. Margaret and the dragon
Sainte Marguerite et le dragon by renzodionigi.Encontrado em flickr.com
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DRAGON LOVE #14 Sainte Marguerite et le dragon by renzodionigi.
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mountain as bed
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Surreal Collages by Eugenia Loli | Collage artist Eugenia Loli originated in the technology sector, but she decided to leave that rather impersonal world behind in order to build new, exciting worlds via her art. Her collages often include a teasing, visual narrative, as if they’re a still frame of a surreal movie. Eugenia Loli grew up in Greece moving over Germany and UK to California where she lives these days.
Collage art.Rising Mountain / Eugenia Loli
Rising Mountain / Eugenia Loli #collage
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Rising Mountain Art Print by Eugenia Loli | Society6
Eugenia Loli http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/10/surreal-collages-by-eugenia-loli/ Collage artist Eugenia Loli uses photography scanned from vintage magazines and science publications to create...
Interacting with a World of Connected Objects — Product Club
"Just made some toast! LOL" -- very funny illo by @tomcoates in "Interacting with a World of Connected Objects"
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“Do toasters tweet of electric hashtags?”
Interacting with a World of Connected Objects — Product Club
General Electric on
the haunches in this G.E. image are weirdly human-like
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How strong is graphene? Strong.
“What would it take to pierce a sheet of graphene, you ask? Follow GE for more crazy science & badass machines.”
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Picasso #ceramics #pottery OOOH, I like this one!
Vase Venus Blue Background - Pierre Boncompain
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Pierre Boncompain: ceramics
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IVY & LIV - Art | Picasso
Picasso - ceramic vase
Johannes Vermeer's "Girl with a Pearl Earring" 1665) - "Certainly the way Vermeer captured subtle changes of light and focus seems to anticipate photography: some features appear in focus, while others seem out of focus, and objects are depicted with a foreshortening that resembles that seen in photographs -- this is perhaps one reason why he appeals to us today."
14 Paintings That Revolutionized Art
The Drawings of Jean-Paul Sartre
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SartreDrawings1 - THE DRAWINGS OF JEAN-PAUL SARTRE
We’ve established something of a tradition here of featuring drawings by famous authors. It seems, unsurprisingly, that skill with the pen often goes hand-in-glove with a keen visual sense, though admittedly some writers are more talented draftsmen than others.
The Creepy Victorian-Era Stuffed Rabbits and Squirrels of ‘Walter Potter’s…
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The Insane Victorian Taxidermy Of Walter Potter
Calling All Book Nerds: Here's Your Chance To See 'The Goldfinch' Painting In…
Carel Fabritius (1622-1654) Het puttertje (The Goldfinch) 1654. The Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis. 's Gravenhage, Nederland
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Carel Fabritius-1622-1654 The Goldfinch 1654. One of my favourite paintings - it is at the centre of the new Donna Tartt book - The Goldfinch.
The painting that the books story revolves around., -Carel Fabritius, The Goldfinch, 1654 The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt.
“El jilguero” (1654). Obra de Carel Fabritius (1622-1654). Mauritshuis. “The goldfinch” (1654). Work by Carel Fabritius (1622-1654). Mauritshuis.
Carel Fabritius, Het puttertje (The Goldfinch) , 1654. Photo: Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis, The Hague
Carel Fabritius, The Goldfinch, 1654. Fabricius (1622-1654) was a Dutch painter and one of Rembrandt's most gifted pupils.
Carel Fabricius (1622-1654), The Goldfinch, 1654. Fabricius a Dutch painter and one of Rembrandt's most gifted pupils died long before his time at 32. This painting is the inspiration behind Donna Tartt's new best selling novel. Fabritius lived in Delft in The Hague. In 1654, a massive explosion in a gunpowder factory killed the artist and destroyed most of his work. The painting was restored in 2003. Microscopic damage was discovered. It's surmised perhaps the painting was in the rubble.
The Goldfinch Carel Fabritius (1622–1654 Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis, The Hague
Mauritshuis director Emilie Gordenker suggests a trio of paintings from the “Girl With a Pearl Earring” exhibit worth lingering over: Carel Fabritius’ “Goldfinch” (1654): “It’s a tiny little painting (13 by 9 inches) but it is just such a wonderful illusion where the bird seems to be alive and singing.
French Polymath Paul Valéry on “The Three-Body Problem”
The Life of a Mystic
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From the Medieval Manuscripts blog post 'The Life of a Mystic'. Image: Opening page of the Book of Margery Kempe, Add MS 61823, England (East Anglia), c. 1440 ........... http://sinfulfolk.com
Perhaps the first autobiography ever written in English, this book contains the life story of the female mystic, Margery Kempe, who lived from c. 1373 to c. 1440. It survives in only one known manuscript, written at about the time of her death, owned by the Butler Bowden family.
The Book of Margery Kempe.c. 1440.The only known copy of the mystic, Margery Kempe's autobiography, telling of her life and travels in England and on pilgrimage to the Holy Land and Santiago de Compostela. The original was dictated by her to a priest of Lynn and this is probably a copy made from the original, perhaps under Margery's supervision. Decoration: Initials in red with decoration, including human faces. Nomina sacra, marginal rubrics and highlighting in red.
Perhaps the first autobiography ever written in English, this book contains the life story of the female mystic, Margery Kempe, who lived from c. 1373 to c. 1440. It survives in only one known manuscript, written at about the time of her death, owned by the Butler Bowden family. When Colonel W. Butler Bowden was looking for a bat in a cupboard he came across a pile of old books, and threatened to put the whole lot on the bonfire. A friend advised him to have them checked by an expert and Hope Emily Allen identified one as the ‘Book of Margery Kempe’, previously known only from excerpts printed by Wynkyn de Worde in 1501, and by Henry Pepwell in 1521 (where the author is described as ‘a devoute ancres’). A true miracle!
Perhaps the first autobiography ever written in English, this book contains the incredible life story of the female mystic, Margery Kempe, who lived in what is now Kings Lynn, Norfolk from c. 1373 to c. 1440. The work survives in only one known manuscript, British Library Add MS 61823, written...
Harvard’s Houghton Library showcases a submission letter from Walt Whitman to the editor of the Atlantic, James Russell Lowell