The Lord of the Rings Vintage Poster Print
The Lord of the Rings - Vintage Poster Print, The Lord of the Rings Vintage Poster Print *** All images used are for illustrative purposes only. Not the actual poster size. *** PRINT DETAILS ❋ Printed on premium thick textured 220gsm paper: 8x10 to 12x18 ❋ Printed on Semi-Gloss 250gsm photo paper: 16x20, A2, A1 ❋ Print comes with approximately 5mm white border ❋ Design will be resized/cropped to best fit on other sizes ❋ Listing is for the poster only - frame/mount and accessories are not…
Her Tea Leaves
My name is Hannah 26 artist redhead, wood nymph, cat momma and all around animal lover. I post things relevant to myself and my likes. I do not claim these photos as my own unless stated otherwise. Vegetarian since I was five.
Salasi su posebne farme otvorene za goste.Salas daje mogucnost posetiocima da uzivaju i odmore se od nagomilanog stresa.Deca imaju priliku da se upoznaju sa svakodnevnim zivotom na salasu,da hrane...
Which ‘Game Of Thrones’ Dragons Are You?
Perhaps some of the most underrated characters in ‘Game of Thrones’ belong to The Mother of Dragons. And while they might have little to say, their tendency to swoop down at unexpected times, wreak havoc with intense fiery breath and protect dear old mom makes them pretty vital characters throughout the series. That, and their existence is kind of a major plotline. Take this quiz and see which scaly companion you're most like.
The Hobbit poster Lonely Mountain logo
Hand numbered and dated in our workshop Officially licensed, original print High-quality print with durable color depth High density ink pigments Delivered in sturdy packaging adapted for optimal protection Size 50 x 40 cm Type of paper : glossy, parchment and tissue canvas
On the 75th Anniversary of The Hobbit, an Appreciation
"It is easy to see the beginnings of things, and harder to see the ends" is what the writer Joan Didion once said about her experiences traveling to a new land (in her case, New York City). It's also true in the case of The Hobbit, which embarked on new territory. First published on September 21, 1937, the children's tale -- ha! only a children's tale -- celebrates its 75th birthday today.
“There is nothing like looking, if you want to find something. You certainly usually find something, if you look, but it is not always quite the something you were after.” ― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit