Archive for 'art'

Happy weekend!

Here’s a nice way to spend it. :)

Illustration by Stephanie Lambourne

Illustration by Stephanie Lambourne; via Helen Warlow on Twitter

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“Bloom from within”

A little bit of inspiration as we begin our week. :)

Illustration: "Bloom from within" by Wild Woman Sisterhood

via Traceyanne McCartney on Twitter

 

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“If you dream it . . .”

“. . . you can do it.” Wonderful words as we begin our week.

Graphic: "If you dream it, you can do it," via @amandatippytoes on Twitter

via @amandatippytoes on Twitter

 

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“Let it shine”

What lovely words, and what a beautiful illustration, with which to kick off the week. Happy Monday. :)

"Let It Shine": an illustration by Katie Daisy

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“Quiet night at home”

I wonder what she’s reading . . .

Illustration: a woman reading in the tub: "Quiet Night at Home" by Ellen Weinstein

“Quiet Night at Home” by Ellen Weinstein

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“Give me the inspiration of a butterfly”

A lovely illumination of the creative process by Grant Snider."Give me the inspiration of a butterfly": a comic by Grant Snider

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Mona Lisa smile

This recently floated across my Twitter feed, and I stopped and stared — intrigued, amused, and a little perturbed all at once. I still don’t know what I think about it. Which, I reckon, is a compliment to the artist(s).

Image: the famous portrait of Mona Lisa, but modified so that she's grinning

via Helen Warlow on Twitter

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“When the DJ drops Thriller”

Hahaha, this is my current favorite thing.

Caption for image: "When the DJ Drops Thriller"

via Medieval Reactions on Twitter

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A literary map of England

I adore this! Besides inspiring a wish to travel the length and breadth of England, it also makes me want to reread some of my longtime favorites. My only objection is that poor Jane Austen looks a little demented, and Charles Dickens seems to be gazing at her in concern.

A literary map of England, via VisitEngland.com

via Visit England & Traceyanne McCartney on Twitter

 

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O Russet Witch

Now that’s a book signing.

Art by Ryan Schude: "O Russet Witch!"

Actually this is an amazing photograph, “O Russet Witch,” by Ryan Schude. Inspired by a short story by F. Scott Fitzgerald, it was created in 2015 at the Last Bookstore in Los Angeles. More about Schude here.

 

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