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When Photography Melts with Illustration by Swedish illustrator Johan Thornqvist

Edward Gorey’s work tends to combine whimsically grim storylines with dour yet dancerly protagonists. Whether they are Edwardian ladies, fur-coated gentlemen, ill-fated children, or unusual animals, his characters are almost always on some kind of journey. His stories often unfold in wallpapered rooms, on barren estates, or among statues, beast-shaped topiaries, and urns. “Few seem to return from the borders to which I’ve sent them,” he wrote.

A Treasure Trove of Edward Gorey

Saul Steinberg Stool Cats Undated

Saul Steinberg Stool Cats Undated

Domenique Mora: Fashion Embroidery by Jenifer Corker

Domenique Mora「Fashion Embroidery by Jenifer Corker」

Marcel Dzama's Strangely Delightful, Violent Drawings | Flavorwire

Marcel Dzama’s Strangely Delightful, Violent Drawings

Marcel Dzama, Untitled, 22 x 14 Inches Ink, watercolor and root beer on paper. Image courtesy of Richard Heller Gallery

Jean-Baptiste Monge - Illustrateur Mighty Oaks from Little acorns grow.

Academy of Art Character and Creature Design Notes: An Interview with Jean-Baptiste Monge, Part 1