everydaylouie:

a remake of my lotad drawing from a long time ago!

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#nails  #mers  

Impotant kitten update. c:

(My dad and sister just sent me this video, and I’m about ready to run the ten miles over there to play with them /they are killing me/.)

itscolossal:

Step Inside an Interactive M.C. Escher Drawing with Monument Valley

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Anonymous asked: have you ever thought about offering sketch commissions?

I have! I’ve only offered portraits before for simplicity’s sake (i.e. I was terrified I’d fail at anything more complex than that), but both times went really well so I’ll very likely have some more options when I reopen them in the future, sketches being among them. c:

(The future being, like, this weekend probably because of a hit-and-run driver. :|)

Ahh, thanks for your interest anon! <3

neither:

LET ME HELP I CAN HELP I WILL HELP IM HELPING

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catsteaks:

A monument in Novosibirsk, Russia, dedicated to all the lab rats who were sacrificed for DNA research.

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azertip:

Theo Prins

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lameborghini:

my throne

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I would like to thank Fragment for what can only be described as an indisputable triumph in my life. c’:

jilliantamaki:

Selected images from Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Seas, by Jules Verne. Published by the Folio Society. You can buy it here.

One of the best part of being an illustrator, in my humble opinion, is reading books that you might not have otherwise. Given the modern-day representations, I think I was expecting some sort of pulpy adventure story (quite an anachronistic notion, given the book was written in 1869). In reality, it’s a scientific travelogue: very thoroughly observed and researched. There are also some very beautiful descriptions of foreign lands that, when you think about it, are no closer to most of us now than they were in 1869.

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Other Folio Society books I have illustrated:

Goblin Market and Selected Poems - Christina Rosetti

Irish Myths and Legends - Lady Gregory

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