Illustration for Disney magazine, 1957.

"Tale of an Ailing Whale" Illustration by Paul Hartley, 1959 Original gouache on illustration board for WALT DISNEY character char

A generous friend gives life for a friend let's rise above this animistic behaviour and be kind to one another. *Beloved Master Rumi "Q.S.A" Artwork-Dig by: Solera ღஜღ Love ღஜღ MODaline Productions

A generous friend gives life for a friend let's rise above this animistic behaviour and be kind to one another. *Beloved Master Rumi "Q.A" Artwork-Dig by: Solera ღஜღ Love ღஜღ MODaline Productions

my home is the sea

Portfolio of Brooklyn-based Illustrator and Designer, Jim Datz. Formerly Neither Fish Nor Fowl.

Ken Wong : Illustration

Ken Wong : Illustration & Design Portfolio lets sail away together*

Plink Plink! Celebrate World Water Day with Vintage Children's Illustrations circa 1954 | Brain Pickings

Plink Plink! Celebrate World Water Day with Vintage Children’s Illustrations circa 1954

cute illustrations

giftie for me. The singing pink camera. I do have a few of these cameras with the gorgeous pleats. They are so elegant.

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Anatomically correct stack of whales. The first and third whales look too similar as well.

There are apparently a lot of "huge whale and tiny boat" images floating around | The Whale by Terry Fan

The Whale by Terry Fan is printed with premium inks on revolutionary Fine Art Solvent paper. It has a flat matte finish with no sheen, making this the perfect choice for high end Décor printing.

GMCT - Eleni Kalorkoti

Eleni Kalorkoti Illustrates a Cemetery with Sweetness and Tenderness

The Whale. Would be a cool art project. Looking at things from a different perspective. -Emphasis because your eye goes directly to the huge whale so close to the small boat.

Flyer Goodness

KOMBOH is the Calgary, Alberta based Michael Mateyko & Hans Thiessen who are exceptionally talented in creative illustration. Their site is also very awesome.

Akira NAGASAWA:

'Submarine' by Japanese artist Akira Nagasawa Cheesecloth panel, mineral pigments, plaster, earth, 530 x 455 mm. via Galleria Grafica

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