Lofty Mount Lu by Shen Zhou | Blue Birds at Night by Watanabe Shotei | Pear Blossoms by Qian Xuan | Apricot Blossoms and Peacocks by Lü Ji | Plum Blossoms by Sun Long and Chen Lu | Moran Hojeopdo by Joseon | A Pair of Peacocks in Spring by Imao Keinen | Summer. Blooming wisteria and fish by Watanabe Shotei
I Love Art → Herbert James Draper (1863-1920)
seriously though, imagine if commercials for “men’s” razors staunchly, fearfully avoided ever showing a beard or stubble or any trace of facial hair whatsoever, as if made in a bizarre and inexplicable alternate universe in which the thing their product exists to groom doesn’t exist
just dudes grinnin’ coyly as they mime running razors over their baby-bottom smooth jawlines, eyes glazed over, not knowing what it is they do, or why, knowing merely that they must
Consider it done
underappreciated hannibal ladies, part 2
I used all of my bus fare to dial seven wrong numbers. I can’t remember Peter’s number. I know it has three fives, a one, a zero, two sevens, but for the life of me I can’t remember the correct sequence.
doctor who: moffat era + the worst muse
Lettura Interrotta, a.k.a. le Baiser (Interrupted Reading, a.k.a. The Kiss), (1893). Federico Zandomeneghi (Italian, 1841-1917). Oil on canvas.
Zandomeneghi was the son and pupil of the sculptor Pietro Zandomeneghi. From about 1862-1866 he worked in Florence, and in Venice from 1866-1874, before going to Paris where he joined the Impressionists group and exhibited at the Salon des Independants.
New Zealand countryside by Cut Your Teeth
A collected post of all my most recent illustrations of women wanderers and warriors. Prints here.
I need all of these hanging on my wall as soon as humanly possible.