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Illustration from 'Bestiario accidentale', a children's book by Guido Scarabottolo, published by Stefania Camilli: "beautiful and innovative: an open-ended volume featuring a random collection of surprising animal pictures designed to be enjoyed on their own, or to serve as a stimulus for the creation of an endless series of stories. ... [A]ll the illustration pages are perforated so that the favorite pictures can be detached and hung or played with."   — From The Animalarium, via…

Illustration from 'Bestiario accidentale', a children's book by Guido Scarabottolo, published by Stefania Camilli: "beautiful and innovative: an open-ended volume featuring a random collection of surprising animal pictures designed to be enjoyed on their own, or to serve as a stimulus for the creation of an endless series of stories. ... [A]ll the illustration pages are perforated so that the favorite pictures can be detached and hung or played with." — From The Animalarium, via…

illustration by Samuel Ribeyron

illustration by Samuel Ribeyron

Where My Wild Things Are by Serene Ng. www.lab333.com www.facebook.com/pages/LAB-STYLE/585086788169863 www.lab333style.com lablikes.tumblr.com www.pinterest.com/labstyle

Where My Wild Things Are by Serene Ng. www.lab333.com www.facebook.com/pages/LAB-STYLE/585086788169863 www.lab333style.com lablikes.tumblr.com www.pinterest.com/labstyle

BLICKFANG: The Eye-Catching Covers of Weimar Berlin - 50 Watts // Tom (Martha G.) Seidmann-Freud, book cover, Germany, 1923

BLICKFANG: The Eye-Catching Covers of Weimar Berlin - 50 Watts // Tom (Martha G.) Seidmann-Freud, book cover, Germany, 1923

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