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mstrkrftz:

  Mille, the Norwegian Forest Cat | Jane Bjerkli
mstrkrftz:

  Mille, the Norwegian Forest Cat | Jane Bjerkli
mstrkrftz:

  Mille, the Norwegian Forest Cat | Jane Bjerkli
mstrkrftz:

  Mille, the Norwegian Forest Cat | Jane Bjerkli
mstrkrftz:

  Mille, the Norwegian Forest Cat | Jane Bjerkli
mstrkrftz:

  Mille, the Norwegian Forest Cat | Jane Bjerkli
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illustratosphere:

Sculptures by Ellen June 
On sale
illustratosphere:

Sculptures by Ellen June 
On sale
illustratosphere:

Sculptures by Ellen June 
On sale
illustratosphere:

Sculptures by Ellen June 
On sale
illustratosphere:

Sculptures by Ellen June 
On sale
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fanciest-world-ever:

Choi Xoo Ang’s Disturbing SculpturesChoi Xoo Ang, the Seoul born artist and dark master of the imagination, has created sculptures at once hyperrealistic and completely nightmarish, making you feel as if your real life has bled into an inescapable, bad dream.
Twisted tongues, stitched backs and floating heads appear throughout Choi’s polymer clay figures, which display remarkable realism despite their fabulous content. Many of the pieces give metaphorical shape to real issues in modern day Korea, including human rights and abuse.
fanciest-world-ever:

Choi Xoo Ang’s Disturbing SculpturesChoi Xoo Ang, the Seoul born artist and dark master of the imagination, has created sculptures at once hyperrealistic and completely nightmarish, making you feel as if your real life has bled into an inescapable, bad dream.
Twisted tongues, stitched backs and floating heads appear throughout Choi’s polymer clay figures, which display remarkable realism despite their fabulous content. Many of the pieces give metaphorical shape to real issues in modern day Korea, including human rights and abuse.
fanciest-world-ever:

Choi Xoo Ang’s Disturbing SculpturesChoi Xoo Ang, the Seoul born artist and dark master of the imagination, has created sculptures at once hyperrealistic and completely nightmarish, making you feel as if your real life has bled into an inescapable, bad dream.
Twisted tongues, stitched backs and floating heads appear throughout Choi’s polymer clay figures, which display remarkable realism despite their fabulous content. Many of the pieces give metaphorical shape to real issues in modern day Korea, including human rights and abuse.
fanciest-world-ever:

Choi Xoo Ang’s Disturbing SculpturesChoi Xoo Ang, the Seoul born artist and dark master of the imagination, has created sculptures at once hyperrealistic and completely nightmarish, making you feel as if your real life has bled into an inescapable, bad dream.
Twisted tongues, stitched backs and floating heads appear throughout Choi’s polymer clay figures, which display remarkable realism despite their fabulous content. Many of the pieces give metaphorical shape to real issues in modern day Korea, including human rights and abuse.
fanciest-world-ever:

Choi Xoo Ang’s Disturbing SculpturesChoi Xoo Ang, the Seoul born artist and dark master of the imagination, has created sculptures at once hyperrealistic and completely nightmarish, making you feel as if your real life has bled into an inescapable, bad dream.
Twisted tongues, stitched backs and floating heads appear throughout Choi’s polymer clay figures, which display remarkable realism despite their fabulous content. Many of the pieces give metaphorical shape to real issues in modern day Korea, including human rights and abuse.
fanciest-world-ever:

Choi Xoo Ang’s Disturbing SculpturesChoi Xoo Ang, the Seoul born artist and dark master of the imagination, has created sculptures at once hyperrealistic and completely nightmarish, making you feel as if your real life has bled into an inescapable, bad dream.
Twisted tongues, stitched backs and floating heads appear throughout Choi’s polymer clay figures, which display remarkable realism despite their fabulous content. Many of the pieces give metaphorical shape to real issues in modern day Korea, including human rights and abuse.
fanciest-world-ever:

Choi Xoo Ang’s Disturbing SculpturesChoi Xoo Ang, the Seoul born artist and dark master of the imagination, has created sculptures at once hyperrealistic and completely nightmarish, making you feel as if your real life has bled into an inescapable, bad dream.
Twisted tongues, stitched backs and floating heads appear throughout Choi’s polymer clay figures, which display remarkable realism despite their fabulous content. Many of the pieces give metaphorical shape to real issues in modern day Korea, including human rights and abuse.
fanciest-world-ever:

Choi Xoo Ang’s Disturbing SculpturesChoi Xoo Ang, the Seoul born artist and dark master of the imagination, has created sculptures at once hyperrealistic and completely nightmarish, making you feel as if your real life has bled into an inescapable, bad dream.
Twisted tongues, stitched backs and floating heads appear throughout Choi’s polymer clay figures, which display remarkable realism despite their fabulous content. Many of the pieces give metaphorical shape to real issues in modern day Korea, including human rights and abuse.
fanciest-world-ever:

Choi Xoo Ang’s Disturbing SculpturesChoi Xoo Ang, the Seoul born artist and dark master of the imagination, has created sculptures at once hyperrealistic and completely nightmarish, making you feel as if your real life has bled into an inescapable, bad dream.
Twisted tongues, stitched backs and floating heads appear throughout Choi’s polymer clay figures, which display remarkable realism despite their fabulous content. Many of the pieces give metaphorical shape to real issues in modern day Korea, including human rights and abuse.
fanciest-world-ever:

Choi Xoo Ang’s Disturbing SculpturesChoi Xoo Ang, the Seoul born artist and dark master of the imagination, has created sculptures at once hyperrealistic and completely nightmarish, making you feel as if your real life has bled into an inescapable, bad dream.
Twisted tongues, stitched backs and floating heads appear throughout Choi’s polymer clay figures, which display remarkable realism despite their fabulous content. Many of the pieces give metaphorical shape to real issues in modern day Korea, including human rights and abuse.
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thingswilllookbetterinthemorning:

Tis but a scratch
thingswilllookbetterinthemorning:

Tis but a scratch
thingswilllookbetterinthemorning:

Tis but a scratch
thingswilllookbetterinthemorning:

Tis but a scratch
thingswilllookbetterinthemorning:

Tis but a scratch
thingswilllookbetterinthemorning:

Tis but a scratch
thingswilllookbetterinthemorning:

Tis but a scratch
thingswilllookbetterinthemorning:

Tis but a scratch
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coyotesaint:

Kyle Thompson - Graveyard Girls (2013)
coyotesaint:

Kyle Thompson - Graveyard Girls (2013)
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welkinlions:

Artwork of Ida Rentoul Sherbourne Outhwaite
(1888-1960)  An Australian illustrator of children’s books. Her work mostly depicted fairies. Also known as Ida Sherbourne Rentoul and Ida Sherbourne Outhwaite.
The Fairy of the Snow
The Little Green Road to Fairyland
Moonrise
Mischief 
From Elves & Fairies by Ida Rentoul Outhwaite
welkinlions:

Artwork of Ida Rentoul Sherbourne Outhwaite
(1888-1960)  An Australian illustrator of children’s books. Her work mostly depicted fairies. Also known as Ida Sherbourne Rentoul and Ida Sherbourne Outhwaite.
The Fairy of the Snow
The Little Green Road to Fairyland
Moonrise
Mischief 
From Elves & Fairies by Ida Rentoul Outhwaite
welkinlions:

Artwork of Ida Rentoul Sherbourne Outhwaite
(1888-1960)  An Australian illustrator of children’s books. Her work mostly depicted fairies. Also known as Ida Sherbourne Rentoul and Ida Sherbourne Outhwaite.
The Fairy of the Snow
The Little Green Road to Fairyland
Moonrise
Mischief 
From Elves & Fairies by Ida Rentoul Outhwaite
welkinlions:

Artwork of Ida Rentoul Sherbourne Outhwaite
(1888-1960)  An Australian illustrator of children’s books. Her work mostly depicted fairies. Also known as Ida Sherbourne Rentoul and Ida Sherbourne Outhwaite.
The Fairy of the Snow
The Little Green Road to Fairyland
Moonrise
Mischief 
From Elves & Fairies by Ida Rentoul Outhwaite
welkinlions:

Artwork of Ida Rentoul Sherbourne Outhwaite
(1888-1960)  An Australian illustrator of children’s books. Her work mostly depicted fairies. Also known as Ida Sherbourne Rentoul and Ida Sherbourne Outhwaite.
The Fairy of the Snow
The Little Green Road to Fairyland
Moonrise
Mischief 
From Elves & Fairies by Ida Rentoul Outhwaite