fuckyeahvintageillustration:

'Rhymes and jingles' by Mary Mapes Dodge; illustrated by Sarah S. Stilwell. Published 1916 by Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York.

See the complete book here.


kafkasapartment:

Calzaturificio di Varese (Advertisement for a shoe factory in Varese) Late 19th-Early 20th C. Leopoldo S. Metlicovitz 1868-1944. Color Lithograph on Vellum

kafkasapartment:

Calzaturificio di Varese (Advertisement for a shoe factory in Varese) Late 19th-Early 20th C. Leopoldo S. Metlicovitz 1868-1944. Color Lithograph on Vellum

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soupss:

finals are over so I can finally post the rest of my moulin rouge stuff and move on! it was a fun project but my hands are itching to work on something new

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pulpcovers:

Death’s Planet http://ift.tt/1jsb27I

pulpcovers:

Death’s Planet http://ift.tt/1jsb27I


crapmachine:

this was gonna be my submission to Ghibli Jam but I’m TOO LATE, oh well.

crapmachine:

this was gonna be my submission to Ghibli Jam but I’m TOO LATE, oh well.



thedoctorsace:

in-time-of-peril:

cleowho:

"Well, it hasn’t happened yet."

A deleted scene from Silver Nemesis - season 25 - 1988

did they hire ppl to make a portrait of sophie aldred and then scrap the scene??

As far as I know, the scene exists in the extended version of the serial (I’ve only seen broadcast versions,) and the portrait is given an actual origin in the New Adventures novel “Set Piece,” as I recall.

I already reblogged this once, but I thought for fun I’d pop it up with every reference snap I’ve found of Sophie in the French dress.

I remember this being in the version I watched.

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4gifs:

You won’t be needing this anymore…

4gifs:

You won’t be needing this anymore…


Jaimie Alexander by Jan Welters for Glamour Italia (March 2014)

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