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Contour line drawings. So simple but so perfect.

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Fox Tales by Anna Deegan, via Behance

"Build therefore your own world." - Ralph Waldo Emerson | Mystical Terranium by Joy Laforme

News — Joy Laforme

Moths by Sarah Burwash (via design*sponge www.designsponge....)

London shop fronts - illustrations by Melody Seal melodyseal.blogsp... #art

ongles rouges plus longs sil vous plaît!

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” -Mark Twain

Voyages over Edinburgh Canvas Print by David Fleck

I love Debbie Smyth's architectural drawings which become three dimensional constructions out from the canvas.

MAMMOTH: October 2010

architectural drawing like. the quick geometric lines and use of negative space explores the body not as a being but also as a structure

The Schematic of Structures /Pop Chart Lab - the Greatest Architecture Feats Since Prehistory

thevintaquarian: The architecture of solitude: The Observation Station

Nathalie Ragondet

Snow-white and the Seven Dwarfs, written by Jacob and Willhelm Grimm, illustrated by Nancy E. Burkert

The 20 Most Beautiful Children's Books of All Time

Saatchi Online Artist: Sara Riches; Pen and Ink, 2013, Drawing "Bleed my Household White"

Jenna Rainey // Mon Voir Ferns, foxglove and poppies - wreath in progress

trees in black & white | winter . Winter . hiver | Design: Katie Holten |

life as a moodboard: Saturday mood board

The Grand Budapest Hotel | Minimalist Posters Of Wes Anderson Houses

Minimalist Posters Of Wes Anderson Houses

It all Ends Here.

Tennis, The New Yorker (June 25, 1960) | rueduchatquipeche...

The New Yorker Digital Edition : Jun 25, 1960

The New Yorker cover: “Sunlight on Twenty-third Street”. Illustrated by Jorge Colombo

The New Yorker (US) -

The New Yorker, March 3, 1973. Arthur Getz.

The New Yorker Cover - November 9, 2009 by Eric Drooker. Giclee print from

Cover of the Nov. 19, 2012 issue. Click-through for the story behind “Rhapsody in Blue,” the cover after Obama’s reelection from artist Mark Ulriksen.

The New Yorker Cover after Obama's Reelection

The New Yorker Cover - April 21, 1973 Premium Giclee Print