I write. I rinse. I repeat. A blog of things that tickle my fancy. May post my own work from time-to-time.

damsellover:

Boris Dolgov Art for Weird Tales, 1943

damsellover:

Boris Dolgov Art for Weird Tales, 1943

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the-october-country:

Stephen Lawrence illustrated ‘The Purple Cloud’ by M.P. Shiel for Famous Fantastic Mysteries in June 1949.

the-october-country:

Stephen Lawrence illustrated ‘The Purple Cloud’ by M.P. Shiel for Famous Fantastic Mysteries in June 1949.

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damsellover:

Boris Dolgov art for Weird Tales, 1947

damsellover:

Boris Dolgov art for Weird Tales, 1947

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vintagegal:

Illustration by Virgil Finlay c. 1942

vintagegal:

Illustration by Virgil Finlay c. 1942

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boomerstarkiller67:

Virgil Finlay

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bonafidesuperbitch:

Évocation des Morts Aimés - Summoning of the Beloved Dead

bonafidesuperbitch:

Évocation des Morts Aimés - Summoning of the Beloved Dead

(via cosmichologram)

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bizarreism:

The Island of Dolls

After being abandoned for over 50 years, The Island of Dolls has become one of Mexico’s top tourist attractions. According to the island’s history, a man named Don Julian Santana left his kids and wife to live on the island in solitude. As the story goes, the body of a young girl washed up onto the island and Don Julian believed that he was being haunted by the spirit of the girl. 

He began collecting dolls and hanging them on trees throughout the island as a way to prevent the girl’s spirit from haunting him and the island. He continued to fill the trees with dolls until he died.

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ungoliantschilde:

"Les Fleurs", by Alphonse Mucha.

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xombiedirge:

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past by Alex Smye-Rumsby
Created and Submitted by: Alex Smye-Rumsby

xombiedirge:

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past by Alex Smye-Rumsby

Created and Submitted by: Alex Smye-Rumsby

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