Vice Press and artist Matt Ferguson worked with author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s estate to create this lovely print based on the classic sci-fi book -‘The Lost World’. This was a passion project for artist and Vice Press co-founder Matt Ferguson who has wanted
In his upcoming illustrated book, Continuous City, programmer and artist Brian Foo reimagines the iconic topography of New York City, being “told through a series of conversations and paintings.” One part art book, one part graphic novel, the book explores the story of two young New Yorkers, whose
Tony Medeiros’ parody site is just the right amount of offensive and the right amount of fun. The site features Peanuts’ Charlie Brown being told things that will be downright blasphemous for some of the comic’s fans.
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You don’t have to be a raving fan of "the boy who lived," to enjoy illustrator Lucy Knisley’s abridged comic strip versions of the Harry Potter books. See the complete image after the jump.
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The disarticulated skeleton shared by plaisanter. Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic license. Magic; Stage Illusions and Scientific Diversions, Including Trick Photography (1897) written by Albert Allis Hopkins and Henry Ridgely Evans. More scans from the book can be found in this Flickr
Um, Master Splinter?
Raigō -- 11th-century monk reborn as a giant book-eating rat (a.k.a. Tesso - "Iron Rat")
Via Pink Tentacle’s post on the Kaibutsu Ehon ("Illustrated Book of Monsters"), an 1881 book by painter Nabeta Gyokuei.
A Tumblr blog with “photos from around the world for people who *heart* bookshelves.” And these are the editor’s favorites. All links are safe for work.
Poor Balrog! He just wanted someone to play with. Hiding for five millennia in the depths of Moria, can make just about anyone feel lonely. A Woot t-shirt, designed by patrickspens. Unfortunately, all sold out at the moment.
The good folks at Allied Operations, an architectural organization in New York, sent in some images from their book “Interview with Delicious Storm.” The office was founded by a bunch of graduates from GSAPP (Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation).
Interview with Delicious Storm is a
Science fiction author Jules Verne was not only a huge admirer of Edgar Allan Poe, but also wrote a sequel to Poe's "The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket." [via the fantastic Hark! A Vagrant]