Fan Art Friday Continued…

reneenault:

I got several requests for Hermione Granger, so here she is! 

So many awesome suggestions are coming in - way too many for me to do, but I’m excited to get to a few more today! 

"Writing is perhaps the greatest of human inventions, binding people together, citizens of distant epochs, who never knew one another. Books break the shackles of time."

Carl Sagan, Cosmos

(via whats-out-there)

trvstno1:

What’s in my bag #justgirlythings edition

Via
awesuuminventions:

A series of awesome mugs.
Source: http://www.boredpanda.com/creative-cups-mugs/
awesuuminventions:

A series of awesome mugs.
Source: http://www.boredpanda.com/creative-cups-mugs/
awesuuminventions:

A series of awesome mugs.
Source: http://www.boredpanda.com/creative-cups-mugs/
awesuuminventions:

A series of awesome mugs.
Source: http://www.boredpanda.com/creative-cups-mugs/
awesuuminventions:

A series of awesome mugs.
Source: http://www.boredpanda.com/creative-cups-mugs/
awesuuminventions:

A series of awesome mugs.
Source: http://www.boredpanda.com/creative-cups-mugs/

awesuuminventions:

A series of awesome mugs.

Source: http://www.boredpanda.com/creative-cups-mugs/

george-cantstandya:

I live for this shit
george-cantstandya:

I live for this shit
george-cantstandya:

I live for this shit
george-cantstandya:

I live for this shit
george-cantstandya:

I live for this shit
george-cantstandya:

I live for this shit

george-cantstandya:

I live for this shit

booksnbuildings:

This is a farmer’s almanac, made on vellum in 1513, possibly from Scania.
Folded in its cover, it measures 5 x 5 cm, fully expanded it is 63 cm long. It contains pictures of the months, with chores typical for that. In circles next to the pictures, red lines mark the bright hours of the day, black ones dark. In addition, the calendar has an overview of the holidays and saint’s days for the whole year, each one marked with a little figure illustrating the commemorative day; e.g. a lion for the feastday of St. Mark.
It is kept in the National Library of Denmark
booksnbuildings:

This is a farmer’s almanac, made on vellum in 1513, possibly from Scania.
Folded in its cover, it measures 5 x 5 cm, fully expanded it is 63 cm long. It contains pictures of the months, with chores typical for that. In circles next to the pictures, red lines mark the bright hours of the day, black ones dark. In addition, the calendar has an overview of the holidays and saint’s days for the whole year, each one marked with a little figure illustrating the commemorative day; e.g. a lion for the feastday of St. Mark.
It is kept in the National Library of Denmark

booksnbuildings:

This is a farmer’s almanac, made on vellum in 1513, possibly from Scania.

Folded in its cover, it measures 5 x 5 cm, fully expanded it is 63 cm long. It contains pictures of the months, with chores typical for that. In circles next to the pictures, red lines mark the bright hours of the day, black ones dark. In addition, the calendar has an overview of the holidays and saint’s days for the whole year, each one marked with a little figure illustrating the commemorative day; e.g. a lion for the feastday of St. Mark.

It is kept in the National Library of Denmark

2headedsnake:

Dana Wyse
2headedsnake:

Dana Wyse
2headedsnake:

Dana Wyse
2headedsnake:

Dana Wyse
2headedsnake:

Dana Wyse

2headedsnake:

Dana Wyse

popfairy:

Lololol cutie 🎀

by incidentalcomics:

Reading Is Dangerous

Illustration for the essay "Clunkers" by James McWilliams in the Sunday NY Times Book Review. Thanks to ADs Rex Bonomelli and Nicholas Blechman!