A fabulous picture of Beetlejuice by Mike Mitchell. I should go see if there are prints available.
Late Night Secret: I had a bit of a crush on Beetlejuice. I feel like eventually his antics would’ve gotten on my nerves, but I loved his spontaneity and “I-don’t-give-a-fuck” attitude. Also was a fan of his style.
No, I’m not drunk right now.
PS: This awesome piece of art is by a man named Mike Mitchell.
Ugggghhhh this picture is so beautiful I reeeeeeallly don’t need more pictures of him on my wall but I… I just… *prints*
It should surprise no one that I admire Baba Yaga.
Joseph A. Smith - Baba Yaga House, from Witches by Erica Jong, 1981
This is adorable. By David T. Wenzel.
These are wonderful illustrations!
End – Barbara Canepa & Anna Merli
An adorable witchling.
via fragmentsshoredagainstmyruin: Sarah Vandermuelen
These beautiful images are from an adaptation of Dracula, which is illustrated by Anne Yvonne Gilbert. The instant I saw it in a bookstore, I knew I had to be mine.
From fyodorpavlov, some gorgeous illustrations. I especially like the gentleman in the stripey waistcoat, and the silver-haired gent.
Some stress had built up over the last couple of weeks and jumped out at me suddenly at the end of last week, so I decided to not work on anything serious and just make some self-indulgent little drawings. The result was these 2.5 by 3.5 miniatures. I haven’t worked on watercolor paper in literally years, and I don’t really know how painting tiny details on paper I haven’t had practice on since forever is relaxing, but it worked for me.
The silver fox ended up looking like Vincent Price, and the brunette in the red waistcoat is sporting the haircut I described to my husband as “the hair that was the downfall of public school masters for centuries.” He told me the blond was grown-up Tadzio. I’ll be selling these babies at MoCCA! Maybe I should do portraits of ladies too.