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2headedsnake:

Brendan Monroe

2headedsnake:

Brendan Monroe

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All seeing eye patch $22.00

All seeing eye patch $22.00

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oncealoyallover:

An Ending, A Beginning / Dustin O’Halloran

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theleoisallinthemind:

 Jacob Hashimoto

theleoisallinthemind:

 Jacob Hashimoto

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lifeascomics:

Druillet

lifeascomics:

Druillet

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gurafiku:

Japanese Typography: Peach Boy. Hayao Idehara. 1973

gurafiku:

Japanese Typography: Peach Boy. Hayao Idehara. 1973

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artistsanimals:

Aritst: V.C. AndreoliTitle: Design for decoration for a vase Frog and Dragonflies design drawingDate: circa 1900Medium: watercolor, graphite, gouache on paperSize: 9 5/8 x 7 3/8in.Source: Wolfsonian

artistsanimals:

Aritst: V.C. Andreoli
Title: Design for decoration for a vase Frog and Dragonflies design drawing
Date: circa 1900
Medium: watercolor, graphite, gouache on paper
Size: 9 5/8 x 7 3/8in.
Source: Wolfsonian

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fishstickmonkey:

Fumihiko Kato  (via FractionMagazineJapan)
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iseo58:

window japan

iseo58:

window japan

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kixiqu:

Albert Klingner

kixiqu:

Albert Klingner

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wateralive:

William H. Bradley (10 July 1868–1962) was an American Art Nouveau illustrator and artist. Nicknamed the “Dean of American Designers”, he was the highest paid American artist of the early 20th century.
His artistic style is considered a branch of Art Nouveau, (where he was considered the foremost illustrator and poster designer of this movement)[1] though it draws heavily from the aesthetics of the Arts and Crafts Movement and Japanese block printing. His work was often compared to that of his English contemporary, Aubrey Beardsley, so much so that some critics dismissed him as simply “The American Beardsley.” Bradley was already an established artist by the time Beardsley’s designs became popular in England in 1894. Bradley’s primary medium was posters, at the time a developing art form. Poster art was pioneered at the turn of the century by French artists like Jules Chéret and Toulouse-Lautrec, but Bradley is credited with popularizing the two-dimensional poster style in the United States.

wateralive:

William H. Bradley (10 July 1868–1962) was an American Art Nouveau illustrator and artist. Nicknamed the “Dean of American Designers”, he was the highest paid American artist of the early 20th century.

His artistic style is considered a branch of Art Nouveau, (where he was considered the foremost illustrator and poster designer of this movement)[1] though it draws heavily from the aesthetics of the Arts and Crafts Movement and Japanese block printing. His work was often compared to that of his English contemporary, Aubrey Beardsley, so much so that some critics dismissed him as simply “The American Beardsley.” Bradley was already an established artist by the time Beardsley’s designs became popular in England in 1894. Bradley’s primary medium was posters, at the time a developing art form. Poster art was pioneered at the turn of the century by French artists like Jules Chéret and Toulouse-Lautrec, but Bradley is credited with popularizing the two-dimensional poster style in the United States.

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