fuckyeahdinoart:

by Charles R Knight

Do you like dinosaurs?  Do you like dinosaur art?  If so, this is the blog to follow, friends: fuckyeahdinoart

fuckyeahdinoart:

by Charles R Knight

Do you like dinosaurs?  Do you like dinosaur art?  If so, this is the blog to follow, friends: fuckyeahdinoart

foxesinbreeches:

moodsix, fyodorpavlov:

Clearly, 1920s-1930s Germany is currently an obsession. I have been looking at a lot of fantastic erotica from the period in our collection. I wish Leydenegg’s Der Gestiefelte Eros was available in English (or, better yet, that I knew German), I’m very curious to read it. 
My friend L. maintains that the evil chap and the officer were either school mates or sleeping with each other. I said both.

foxesinbreeches:

moodsix, fyodorpavlov:

Clearly, 1920s-1930s Germany is currently an obsession. I have been looking at a lot of fantastic erotica from the period in our collection. I wish Leydenegg’s Der Gestiefelte Eros was available in English (or, better yet, that I knew German), I’m very curious to read it. 

My friend L. maintains that the evil chap and the officer were either school mates or sleeping with each other. I said both.

fuckyeahdinoart:

from Interfoto pressebildagentur

Dimetrodon is my favorite.

fuckyeahdinoart:

from Interfoto pressebildagentur

Dimetrodon is my favorite.

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Sunday, 7th August
proverbsofhell:

Antichrist by David V. Andrea

proverbsofhell:

Antichrist by David V. Andrea

(Source: ekkolalia)

proverbsofhell:

Swans by David V. D’Andrea
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Wednesday, 24th August
frenchtwist:

via mudwerks:
(via MONSTER BRAINS: Hannes Bok)
“Hannes Bok, pseudonym for Wayne Woodard (1914-1964), was an American artist, as well as an amateur astrologer and writer of fantasy fiction and poetry. He painted nearly 150 covers for various science fiction, fantasy, and detective fiction magazines, as well as contributing hundreds of black and white interior illustrations. Bok’s work graced the pages of calendars and early fanzines, as well as dust jackets from specialty book publishers like Arkham House, Shasta, and Fantasy Press. His paintings achieved a luminous quality through the use of an arduous glazing process, which was learned from his mentor, Maxfield Parrish. He was the first artist to win a Hugo Award.”
- quote from Centipede Press

frenchtwist:

via mudwerks:

(via MONSTER BRAINS: Hannes Bok)

“Hannes Bok, pseudonym for Wayne Woodard (1914-1964), was an American artist, as well as an amateur astrologer and writer of fantasy fiction and poetry. He painted nearly 150 covers for various science fiction, fantasy, and detective fiction magazines, as well as contributing hundreds of black and white interior illustrations. Bok’s work graced the pages of calendars and early fanzines, as well as dust jackets from specialty book publishers like Arkham House, Shasta, and Fantasy Press. His paintings achieved a luminous quality through the use of an arduous glazing process, which was learned from his mentor, Maxfield Parrish. He was the first artist to win a Hugo Award.”

- quote from Centipede Press

beltsquid:

fuckyeahdinoart:

by Diana Magnuson

That Corthysaurus needed a safeword.

FACT: There is no word for “No” in dino.

beltsquid:

fuckyeahdinoart:

by Diana Magnuson

That Corthysaurus needed a safeword.

FACT: There is no word for “No” in dino.

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Monday, 5th September
fuckyeahdinoart:

Iguanadon by Gerhard Heilmann

These iguanadons are late for work.  Go, dinos, go!

fuckyeahdinoart:

Iguanadon by Gerhard Heilmann

These iguanadons are late for work.  Go, dinos, go!

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Monday, 19th September
sugarmeows:

Illustration of Sherlock Holmes and Moriarty fighting over the Reichenbach Falls (1893) – Sidney Paget (English, 1860–1908)

sugarmeows:

Illustration of Sherlock Holmes and Moriarty fighting over the Reichenbach Falls (1893) – Sidney Paget (English, 1860–1908)

(Source: aquintessenceofdust, via thewoodwose)