sosuperawesome:

Colleen Parker on Tumblr

aka Buttermoths on Etsy

1 month ago with 1,732 notes — via sosuperawesome
#art



wapiti3:

A history of British birds / by F. O. Morris. on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Publication info London :Groombridge,[1862?-1867?]
Contributing Library:
Tisch Library
BioDiv. Library

5 months ago with 709 notes — via morganathewitch, © wapiti3
#owl #art



 

 

7 months ago with 601 notes — via ninquelen, © liquidnight



7 months ago with 301 notes — via christowitch, © mordake



thedapperestdoge:

Fairy doodles, drawn while having coffee with my mum. Possible designs for my Peter Pan’s Tink or maybe for an illustration project

8 months ago with 68 notes — via pixieneverland, © thedapperestdoge



8 months ago with 420 notes — via glittertomb



terriwindling:

Calling all poets…
Coming up on Myth & Moor next week, as promised: the Winter Poetry Challenge. If you missed the last one, go here to find out what it’s all about. And please help spread the word to any poets (published or unpublished, young or old) who might like to participate…as well as to poetry lovers, who can contribute as well by giving the poets feedback. The Challenge will run from Tuesday, January 14 through Saturday, January 18.
The painting above is “The Snow Maiden” by Edmund Dulac (1882-1953).

terriwindling:

Calling all poets…

Coming up on Myth & Moor next week, as promised: the Winter Poetry Challenge. If you missed the last one, go here to find out what it’s all about. And please help spread the word to any poets (published or unpublished, young or old) who might like to participate…as well as to poetry lovers, who can contribute as well by giving the poets feedback. The Challenge will run from Tuesday, January 14 through Saturday, January 18.

The painting above is “The Snow Maiden” by Edmund Dulac (1882-1953).

8 months ago with 286 notes — via fairytalemood, © terriwindling



jeremiahketner:

Detail of “Glitter Garden”, my rendition of Tinker Bell.

jeremiahketner:

Detail of “Glitter Garden”, my rendition of Tinker Bell.

8 months ago with 47 notes — via pixieneverland, © jeremiahketner



vintagegal:

 ”La Garçonne at home” by Chéri Hérouard, for La Vie Parisienne magazine, 1925 (via)

vintagegal:

 ”La Garçonne at home” by Chéri Hérouard, for La Vie Parisienne magazine, 1925 (via)

9 months ago with 2,802 notes — via onceuponawildflower, © vintagegal



9 months ago with 1,317 notes — via karrova, © annygrave



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