summerlilac:

Lily Pond 
Willard Metcalf (1856 - 1925)

summerlilac:

Lily Pond
Willard Metcalf (1856 - 1925)

campsis:

Kay Mcdonagh ‘Noonday Nap’

campsis:

Kay Mcdonagh ‘Noonday Nap’

(via poppies-for-ophelia)


Up Close: Tiara 19th Century (X)

Up Close: Tiara 19th Century (X)

(Source: fashionsfromhistory, via stoneandbloodandwater)

summerlilac:

Greek Girls Picking up Pebbles - Frederic Leighton

summerlilac:

Greek Girls Picking up Pebbles - Frederic Leighton

summerlilac:

Bouquet of Flowers, 1878 - Ilia Efimovich Repin

summerlilac:

Bouquet of Flowers, 1878 - Ilia Efimovich Repin

suziworld:

Folt Bolt

suziworld:

Folt Bolt

(via 1901-a-space-odyssey)

(Source: misswallflower)

laclefdescoeurs:

The Auriole, Birge Harrison

laclefdescoeurs:

The Auriole, Birge Harrison

lucyengelman:

Humpback afternoon

lucyengelman:

Humpback afternoon

(via kdawgblawg)

You cry a little and then you wait for the sun to come out.

It always does.

(Source: reginamea, via mildredsfierce)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Amy Chang

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Amy Chang

fripperiesandfobs:

Costume designed by Walter Plunkett for Vivien Leigh in Gone With the Wind (1939)

From the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County via LA Weekly

(via balletwarrior)

lookbookdotnu:

The city from my point of view. (by Bobby Raffin)

lookbookdotnu:

The city from my point of view. (by Bobby Raffin)

rokuthecat:

Fyfty by Lullule
Cat
blackandwhite,cat,cats

rokuthecat:

Fyfty by Lullule
Cat
blackandwhite,cat,cats

made-by-perrin:

I had the great privilege to work with the folks at Buzzfeed.com on a  powerful personal essay by author, Christine Hyung-Oak Lee. Her essay tells about her experience suffering from a stroke at the surprisingly young age of 33. I was really moved by her account and flooded with beautiful visuals. Read the article here:  http://www.buzzfeed.com/xtinehlee/i-had-a-stroke-at-33#1vcgnqh

I created one ‘header’ illustration (pun vaguely intended) and two spot illustrations, as well as some smaller line break illustrations for the piece.

Many thanks to wonderful AD, Justine!

(via illustratedladies)