The Swan Princess by Vrubel
Cover for Wakening the Crow by Stephen Gregory - Solaris Books.
Ink on clayboard
Oliver Gooch comes across a tooth, in a velvet box, with a handwritten note from 1888 to say it’s a tooth from the boy Edgar Allen Poe. He displays it in his new bookshop, and names the store Poe’s Tooth Books.
Oliver took the money from his small daughter Chloe’s accident insurance and brought a converted church to live in with his altered child and wife. Rosie hopes Chloe will come back to herself but Oliver is secretly relieved to have this new easy-to-manage child, and holds at bay the guilt that the accident was a result of his negligence. On a freezing night he and Chloe come across the crow, a raggedy skeletal wretch of a bird, and it refuses to leave. It infiltrates their lives, it alters Oliver’s relationship with Rosie, it changes Chloe. It’s a dangerous presence in the firelit, shadowy old vestry, in Poe’s Tooth Books.
inFAMOUS Second Son | PS4 | Photo Mode
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Albrecht Dürer - St. George on Horseback. 1508
By request… “Bird’s Eye View of New York City,” art by John Falter. Detail from Saturday Evening Post cover August 17, 1946.
My ten personal favorite artworks by JC Leyendecker. It is interesting that many of them happen to be Easter illustrations!