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these are a few of my favorite things:

decided there needed to be another forest illumination 

decided there needed to be another forest illumination 

(Source: mgglnt)

— 5 months ago with 5 notes
#forest  #illumination  #illustration  #black and white  #line art  #pen  #trees  #stones  #wall  #woods  #fairytale 
i command the wind & lightning. my familiar is the eagle. #witchsona

i command the wind & lightning. my familiar is the eagle. #witchsona

— 6 months ago with 4 notes
#witchsona  #illustration  #black and white  #line art  #pen  #witch  #lightning  #smoke  #cloud  #eagle  #woman 

adventuringprincesses:

the great golden griffin

I loved drawing this booklet! it just poured out of me over the past few weeks with the last three drawings being done in less than three days.

Finishing up the final installment of the Story of Princess Alva, so don’t forget to see how Dara’s story arc ended!

— 10 months ago with 3 notes
#princess  #griffin  #fairytale  #art  #story  #writing  #Black and White  #hand  #Illustration  #zine  #comic 
adventuringprincesses:

ENTER THE VOID

just introduced a new super important character!!

adventuringprincesses:

ENTER THE VOID

just introduced a new super important character!!

— 11 months ago with 3 notes
#zine  #Illustration  #chains  #fairytale  #Black and White 

adventuringprincesses:

the bros of the dark crescent

the next issue of Adventuring Princesses is posting over the next few weeks. Check in on Alva now that she’s becoming a woman.

I need models to finish the next edition of Alva’s story!

— 1 year ago with 3 notes
#fairytale  #princess  #zine  #comic  #adventure  #illustration  #drawing  #black and white 

ST. VINCENT & DAVID BYRNE “WHO”

— 1 year ago with 2 notes
#St. Vincent  #david byrne  #video  #music  #Black and White 
vintagegal:

Frank Kirchbach, Lenore (1896), based on the 1773 poem by Gottfried August Bürger

vintagegal:

Frank Kirchbach, Lenore (1896), based on the 1773 poem by Gottfried August Bürger

(Source: darkclassics.blogspot.com)

— 2 years ago with 129 notes
#Illustration  #vintage  #death  #horse  #woman  #countryside  #Black and White 
theniftyfifties:

Elizabeth Taylor on the set of ‘Suddenly, Last Summer’, 1959. Photo by Burt Glinn.

theniftyfifties:

Elizabeth Taylor on the set of ‘Suddenly, Last Summer’, 1959. Photo by Burt Glinn.

(Source: oldhollywood)

— 2 years ago with 1036 notes
#Elizabeth Taylor  #Black and White  #reflection  #polka dot 

devidsketchbook:

Huguette Despault May 

The series began with the serendipitous discovery of an abandoned hawser line (a rope used in mooring or towing a ship) during one of my earliest visits to New Bedford, Massachusetts.

Huguette Despault May holds Bachelor’s and Masters degrees in Fine Arts from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts / Tufts University.  Earlier, she had studied at the Schuler School of Fine Arts (a classical atelier in Baltimore) and also received an Associate of Arts in Photography with honors from Dundalk Community College, Baltimore, Maryland.

(via hifructosemag)

— 2 years ago with 910 notes
#Illustration  #rope  #Black and White 

ruineshumaines:

Joe Bagley is a paper artist based in Boston. All his designs are original works, and each is cut by hand. No lasers, dies, or prints.

(via teachingliteracy)

— 2 years ago with 5277 notes
#Black and White  #Illustration  #paper  #cut  #tree  #building