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Leonardo da Vinci: Experience, Experiment and Design

Last year, the Victoria and Albert Museum of London presented the exhibition Leonardo da Vinci: Experience, Experiment and Design. This exhibition is now closed, says the exhibition main page. However, some very interesting parts of it still on-line: exhibition themes, … Continue reading

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Cartoon America

James Arthur Wood, Jr., began collecting original cartoon art as a childhood hobby. And many years later we have the pleasure to see 102 selected drawing of his collection in the exhibition Cartoon America. A tiny part of his cartoon … Continue reading

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Olga Griga

I love cats, and cats in art, that’s why I couldn’t resist when I saw the series of funny cats of salty dough by the graphic artist Olga Griga. The main part is graphics, the purity of lines, the shapes … Continue reading

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Dan McCarthy

Skeletons can be very lovely, specially when they appear in pretty illustrations as Dan McCarthy makes. In his paintings, posters and drawings those skeletons appears as a symbol of the natural process of life, generating more life and love. (via … Continue reading

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The Erotica Bibliophile

Adorable sexy: The Erotica Bibliophile – Vintage Erotic and BDSM Illustrations, Drawings and Publisher and Artist Bibliographies of rare erotic literature published between the 18th and early 20th centuries. Illustrations of Martin van Maele, Antoine Borel, Thomas Rowlandson, G. Topfer, … Continue reading

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Boris Artzybasheff

Check it out this post of ASIFA: Artzybasheff’s Neurotica. It’s about the amazing work of Boris Artzybasheff, a master of anthropomorphism. The images are from “Neurotica”, a visual depiction of extreme states of mind, the first section of a rare … Continue reading

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Flipbooks

The superb site Flipbook.info has an impressive collection with more than 3000 flipbooks since 1882. The site contains the history, the otehr tools created with flipbooks, the influence at other areas, videos of some flipbooks in action and searchable database, … Continue reading

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Martha Sue Harris

The artist Martha Sue Harris makes a very nice work with paper and sculpture. Her gallery of works includes Monsterdolls!, dark dollhouse drawings, flabber nathy All Lucrid Tales and, the best session, Botanica Beluosa. Botanica Beluosa is an epic soft … Continue reading

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Erotic Art & Pinup gallery

At the fantastic Erotic Art & Pinup gallery you will find thousands of images of different styles of pin-ups. There are the classic images of George Petty and Peter Driben (more known for his works for pulp magazines covers); Victorian … Continue reading

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Matthew J. Luxich

Matt Can Draw. Well, his colourful (and with a lot of humour) illustrations shows that he really can. Matthew J. Luxich started drawing cartoon characters on the walls all throughout the house, before go to study illustration and animation. His … Continue reading

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