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Invisible Cities: Cities and Signs 2 – Zirma

Cities and Signs 2 – Zirma (6×6″)

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Invisible Cities: Cities and Desire 3 – Despina

Cities and Desire 3 – Despina (6×6″)

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Invisible Cities: Cities and Memory 4 – Zora

Cities and Memory 4 – Zora (6×6″)

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Invisible Cities: Cities and Desire 2 – Anatasia

Cities and Desire 2 – Anatasia (6×6″)

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Invisible Cities: Cities and Memory 3 – Zaira

Cities and Memory 3 – Zaira (6×6″)

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Invisible Cities: Cities and Desire 1 – Dorothea

Cities and Desire 1 – Dorothea (6×6”)

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Invisible Cities: Cities and Memory 2 – Isidora

Cities and Memory 1 – Isidora (6×6″)

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Invisible Cities: Cities and Memory 1 – Diomira

Cities and Memory 1 – Diomira (6×6″)

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Salvador Dalí as Illuminator

Thanks to Maria Popova at Brain Pickings I recently discovered a whole series of Salvador Dalí’s illustrations for classic works of literature. Click on the caption to see the full complement of images.

Also as a bonus check out Dalí’s twelve signs of the zodiac.

 

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Tower of Babel

Babel. Ink on Watercolor Paper

Babel. Ink on Watercolor Paper

This is a drawing I did several months ago. I was inspired after reading Matt Kish’s illustrated Heart of Darkness to try my hand at a more literal illumination of the Tower of Babel.

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