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bendindustries · 4 months ago
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A somewhat quick render of a vintage toy robot i scribbled a while back. This is the 3d version of the drawing.
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explore-blog · 6 months ago
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Of Trees, Tenderness, and the Moon – the stunning vintage woodblock prints of Japanese artist Hasui Kawase.
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mltdesigns · 8 months ago
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moon river by frank ocean / alternative cover art
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starberry-cupcake · 6 months ago
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Book and magazine illustration was historically an environment very populated by women in times in which they weren't allowed the same room for artistic education, exposure and professional careers as male artists. Even though the Golden Age of illustration brings usually the names of the "fathers" of the artform, many women developed artistic styles that added new significance to storytelling. Still, it's important to note that the environment was still a place of great privilege and only few women (especially white women with enough means) were able to find sustainable work in the industry in the XIX and early XX century. Some of the women showcased here became historically relevant many years after they passed, having awards named after them, becoming firsts to enter artistic halls of fame, creating networks for employment that outlived them, and being included in "gay-themed history tours" that recognized their lives, among many other legacies.
These are the few artists showcased here: Eleanor Vere Boyle (1825-1916), Josephine Pollard (1834-1892), Kate Greenaway (1846-1901), Alice Bolingbroke Woodward (1862 — 1951), Jessie Wilcox Smith (1863 – 1935), Isobel Lilian Gloag (1865–1917), Helen Stratton (1867-1961), Elizabeth Shippen Green (1871 – 1954), Violet Oakley (1874 – 1961), Anne Anderson (1874 — 1952), Jessie M. King (1875—1949), Elenore Plaisted Abbott (1875–1935), Ruth Mary Hallock (1876-1945), Florence Susan Harrison (1877-1955), Mabel Lucie Attwell (1879-1964), Rie Cramer (1887-1977), Margaret Tarrant (1888-1959), Ida Rentoul Outhwaite (1888—1960), Dorothy P. Lathrop (1891—1980), Cecile Walton (1891—1956), Margaret Tempest (1892-1982), Wanda Gág (1893-1946), Jennie Harbour (1893-1959), Virginia Frances Sterrett (1900—1931), Adrienne Segur (1901-1981), Janet Grahame Johnstone (1928 – 1979) and Anne Grahame Johnstone (1928 – 1998), Trina Schart Hyman (1939-2004) and Kinuko Y. Craft (1940).
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jeniferprince · a month ago
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sunset vibes
check more of my work on instagram // buy prints here
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thefugitivesaint · 8 months ago
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Robert Winthrop Chanler (1872-1930), 'Leopard and Deer', 1912 Source More information on Chanler here. 
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betsy-cola · a year ago
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Serving funky fresh Filipiñana fashion 🌻🍒💓
This is my take on traditional Filipino clothing combined with fashion elements from my favorite decades, the 60s and 70s!
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palxeye · 12 days ago
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🐏 Mother & Father 🐏
After many concepts for this 2 I finally decide that this will be their final design ;}}}
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