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The Search for Home ~ Claudia Drake

Claudia Drake, ‘The Search for Home’, 2009 Digital Collage Print, x

iconoclassic: “ (via my vintage book collection (in blog form).: Town & Country - illustrated by Alice & Martin Provensen) ”

Town & Country - illustrated by Alice & Martin Provensen. I'm sure the Provensens were aware of Witgold Gordon's New Yorker covers from the But there is a lot more going on in these pictures than in his work, and the figures are much better observed.

The Provensen book of fairy tales by Alice Provensen, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0394821211/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_cVadsb1438MG3

The Provensen Book of Fairy Tales Alice and Martin Provensen Alice and Martin Provensen’s stunning vintage illustrations for 12 classic fairy tales, from “The Happy Prince” to “The Beauty and the Beast,” by way of feminism and art history.

"Summer Reading" Paintings by Ekaterina Panikanova

Book Paintings Ekaterina Panikanova via Colossal Artist Ekaterina Panikanova uses old books and other documents as a canvas for some seriously unbelievable paintings. They're almost collages, really. See more over at Colossal.


Karl James Mountford on

"Coraline" by Neil Gaiman, illustration by Karl James Mountford - I enjoy this type of illustration, however, it seems that everyone nowadays is doing this stylistic kind of drawing and I honestly think that it can be way too flat a lot of the time.

Anuska Allepuz ilustra ¡Nata y Chocolate invencibles!, nueva entrega de Alicia Borrás en Sopa de Letras (Anaya).

Anuska Allepuz ilustra ¡Nata y Chocolate invencibles! Would this idea work with light printed text instead of the brick patterns?