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Hand-writing over the asphalt.

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Harry Clarke’s illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination.

"Ray Bradbury forever changed the landscape of science fiction, his words and images permeating readers’ imaginations to this day.

"Besides being an incredible writer, he was a collector of illustration art, original drawings, Disney cels, comic strips and much more.

"We are proud to be auctioning 400+ items from the Ray Bradbury Estate at the end of September…"

Piet Mondrian’s early landscape paintings.

"Robert McGinnis is a celebrated artist and illustrator, best known for his book cover and movie poster work. He began his career illustrating covers for the likes of Donald Westlaker, going on to produce art for TIME and Good Housekeeping, and most recently the limited edition cover of Stephen King’s Joyland. This is the definitive collection of the best and rarest of his work…"


I found two little blue robin’s eggs in Central Park while eating dinner. I also discovered pieces of chocolate chip cookies falling from trees. I collected some little flowers to dry and press. When I got home the eggs were crushed…I will make a piece of artwork with the shells.

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Storyboards for Alfred Hitchcock’s STRANGERS ON A TRAIN. As far as I know these were drawn by Art Director Ted Haworth. His son Sean Haworth brought them in for me to see when we were working on a film together years ago and I made copies. 

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"Margaret Atwood will never know what readers think of the piece of fiction she is currently working on, because the unpublished, unread manuscript from the Man Booker prize-winning novelist will be locked away for the next 100 years.

"Atwood has just been named as the first contributor to an astonishing new public artwork. The Future Library project, conceived by the award-winning young Scottish artist Katie Paterson, began, quietly, this summer, with the planting of a forest of 1,000 trees in Nordmarka, just outside Oslo. It will slowly unfold over the next century. Every year until 2114, one writer will be invited to contribute a new text to the collection, and in 2114, the trees will be cut down to provide the paper for the texts to be printed – and, finally, read…"



Frank Frazetta Paintings

1. John Carter and the Savage Apes of Mars (1970)
2. Thuvia, Maid of Mars (1971)
3. A Princess of Mars (1970)
4. Swords of Mars (1966)
5. A Fighting Man of Mars (1973)

I can’t help but accept the female nudity and sexualistaion of women in the world of John Carter because, let’s face it, it’s one of the few examples of something where the men get it just as much as the women.

Hellboy ‘verse + color palettes

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Harley Quinn Art
By: Bruce Timm

‘“I just wanna live a normal life without some cop always pouncin’ on me..”

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Mike Mignola

Pretty much gonna reblog this anytime it pops up on my dash. I’ve always loved this image.

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