beautifulbizzzzarreart:

Nicole West
aleyma:

Wilhelm, Costume designs for Ivy and Jack Frost in the pantomime Santa Claus, 1894 (source).

aleyma:

Wilhelm, Costume designs for Ivy and Jack Frost in the pantomime Santa Claus, 1894 (source).

aleyma:

Wilhelm, Costume designs for Holly and Mistletoe in the pantomime Santa Claus, 1894 (source).

aleyma:

Wilhelm, Costume designs for Holly and Mistletoe in the pantomime Santa Claus, 1894 (source).

fyeahbookbinding:

Absolutely amazing polymer clay journals by © Anna Kolesnikova (Mandarin Duck). Take a look at her portfolio, it’s really something.

You can look around in her Etsy shop here.

Also she has a very cool YouTube channel filled with tutorials and all kinds of crafty videos.

Become a fan of her on Facebook here.

(via fuckyeahbookarts)

fyeahbookbinding:

Absolutely amazing polymer clay journals by © Anna Kolesnikova (Mandarin Duck). Take a look at her portfolio, it’s really something.

You can look around in her Etsy shop here.

Also she has a very cool YouTube channel filled with tutorials and all kinds of crafty videos.

Become a fan of her on Facebook here.

(via fuckyeahbookarts)

myelvenkingdom:

Elven King and Queen at the Samhain Ball.My dear and ever so talented, Ian Hencher and myself at the throne -wearing the new woodland crowns I made for us! 

myelvenkingdom:

Elven King and Queen at the Samhain Ball.

My dear and ever so talented, Ian Hencher and myself at the throne -wearing the
 new woodland crowns I made for us! 

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emilyblincoe:

pepper party
emily blincoe (print)
october 2013
wineofwizardry:

charles ricketts

wineofwizardry:

charles ricketts

(Source: janemba, via liselotte-e)

By Tessa Farmer, simply stunning and magical tiny sculptures, each almost too small to have been crafted by a human, they simply have to be real fairies. Made from desiccated insect remains and other organic materials, poised in battle with a garden beastie, each around 1cm tall.

“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.”

(Source: therhumboogie, via liselotte-e)

By Tessa Farmer, simply stunning and magical tiny sculptures, each almost too small to have been crafted by a human, they simply have to be real fairies. Made from desiccated insect remains and other organic materials, poised in battle with a garden beastie, each around 1cm tall.

“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.”

(Source: therhumboogie, via liselotte-e)

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