The City of the Depths
Ilustración por Alan Lee.
Ferdinand Keller, Böcklins Grab, 1901-1902
I’ve been meaning to make a piece of Zelda fan art for a while now, and I finally got around to it this weekend! Really like how this turned out!
Also, this print is available on my Society6 with free shipping!
…And in the flame was born
A naked babe
Maria Louise Kirk, from The story of Idylls of the king, adapted from Tennyson by Inez N. McFee, New York, 1912.
'Visitor A', 2013, watercolor on paper
'Time Traveler Alpha', 2013, watercolor on paper
'Earthling A', 2013, watercolor on paper
'Raw Kingdom', 2013, watercolor on paper
Watercolor paintings of wildlife, mostly aquatic wildlife, by Michelle Morin:
Piazza San Marco in moonlight, Friedrich von Nerly (The lion pillar on the Piazzetta)
Life On Other PlanetsThe science fiction magazine Fantastic Adventures shows us a glimpse of life on other planets from their 1939-1940 issues. While the alien designs are quite strange, they are meant to illustrate the different conditions on each planet, like gravity and atmosphere. All the planets besides Earth are included, even Pluto, plus Io, one of Jupiter’s moons.
probably posted this before but look at this shit!!!!
This is great, but it just serves to remind me of the fact that the last time I googled “Why does every album title by Pretty Lights contain exactly seven syllables and rhyme with the other ones” came up with nothing.
Classic science fiction artwork by Roger Dean. This is part of his Total Recall series, a look back at the history of video games.
The Concept Art of Brandon Liao.
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