How wonderful are these? Illustrations by Miroslav Vasa from his book Illustrations from the Bugaboos/Little Natural History of the Spooks, Ghosts, and Phantoms (1961). You can see scans of the book in its entirety here!
Some of the cast of Takashi Murakami’s new film, Jellyfish Eyes. Taken at the Wonder Festival - Winter 2013 in Chiba, Japan.
Marina Muun, on Tumblr
these are so beautiful
A Monster in Paris - Concept Art
oh man, what could have been…
I found this little fat fox in a cereal box this morning… I knew food was disappearing quickly….
(You already know my opinion of this animal)
SWEET GASPS THAT PRECIOUS BABY FAAAACE.
You guys are making we want to sculpt again, eugh.
While looking up something entirely unrelated, I came across this photo of one of my favorite artists, George Barr, with Kathy Sanders from an LA Science Fantasy masquerade in the early 70’s.
Look at that costume! It’s crazy wicked. I wonder where she is now, and what she’s up to.
Quirky miniature porcelain sculptures made by Ukranian artists Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev
a really dumb idea for a magical girl and familiar \@3@/?
WHAT A COOL CONCEPT AAAA
okay don’t get me wrong
I love Osamu Tezuka a whole bunch
but it’s really hard not to notice how often he draws tits on animals
yeah Tezuka’s animal people are inspiring
in a number of ways
Gif from Little Otik Otesánek (2000) directed by Jan Svankmajer
This post just got better somehow