“In such ugly times, the only true protest is beauty."
- Phil Ochs
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lavenderlilylolita:

lohrien:

Illustrations by Casey Robin

Perfect

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An Edmund Dulac illustration for Shakespeare’s The Tempest. 1908.

An Edmund Dulac illustration for Shakespeare’s The Tempest. 1908.

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thefaeriefolk:

Rip van Winkel Fairies by Arthur Rackham

thefaeriefolk:

Rip van Winkel Fairies by Arthur Rackham

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Peter Pan (2003)

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Robert Huskisson (1820-1861), Come unto these yellow sands, 1847

Robert Huskisson (1820-1861), Come unto these yellow sands, 1847

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alecshao:

To be honest, these have always creeped and repulsed the living Hell out of me. I attended a show of Farmer’s in NYC, lasted about 10 minutes and then I hightailed it out of there; I was just that bothered. They’re fantastic, though, so here you are: 

Tessa Farmer - Swarm (2004) - mixed media, desiccated insect remains, dried plant roots, and other organic ephemera

“Farmer’s tiny sculptures give a glimpse into the world of fairies. No story-book land of Tinkerbells, Swarm envisions the purveyors of mischief and magic as an actual species, as animalistic and Darwinian as any other.

Exchanging Victorian romanticism for the darker pragmatism of science, Farmer evidences her specimens as fearsome skeletal fiends, plausible ‘Hell’s Angels’ of a microscopic apocalypse.

Posed in dramatic battle formations, Farmer’s menagerie wages war against garden variety pests; each figure, painstakingly hand crafted and adorned with real insect wings, stands less than 1 cm tall.”

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bohemea:

Marion Cotillard

bohemea:

Marion Cotillard

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noonesnemesis:

Ruby
Yoshitaka Amano

noonesnemesis:

Ruby

Yoshitaka Amano

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An illustration by Paul Wood-Roffe for “The Tempest” by William Shakespeare, 1905

An illustration by Paul Wood-Roffe for “The Tempest” by William Shakespeare, 1905

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