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awsome pic of Batgirl and Supergirl. love it :)

awsome pic of Batgirl and Supergirl. love it :)

ink drawings by giuseppe cristiano, he is the... | art for adults

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L'Exposition de Noël de Sammy Slabbinck (19)

L'Exposition de Noël de Sammy Slabbinck (19)

Rhys Cooper - Grayskull

Rhys Cooper - Grayskull

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Science-fiction et bande dessinée : années 1960 | Phylacterium

Romy Schneider

Romy Schneider

Rendered in a dreamy candy-colored palette, Giuseppe Cristiano's cinematic illustrations of sexy femme fatales are atmospheric and a little bit mo...

Rendered in a dreamy candy-colored palette, Giuseppe Cristiano's cinematic illustrations of sexy femme fatales are atmospheric and a little bit mo...

Illustrations de John Gannam (1907 – 1965)  One of his early lines of work was as a messenger boy in an engraving studio where he first began his artistic training. After a few years of closely observing artists at work he taught himself to be an artist "like the men who did layouts, lettering, drawings for engravings."

Illustrations de John Gannam (1907 – 1965) One of his early lines of work was as a messenger boy in an engraving studio where he first began his artistic training. After a few years of closely observing artists at work he taught himself to be an artist "like the men who did layouts, lettering, drawings for engravings."

<p><span>Donald Urquhart&rsquo;s work is known for its darkly humorous take on Hollywood glamour, with his fluid pen-and-ink drawings often featuring tarnished divas, fallen femme fatales and drag queens. That camp gothic sensibility also comes through in the sinister simplicity of <em>Someone Just Killed Me</em>. This witty piece reads like the final note of a murder victim in a Hitchcock thriller &ndash; one of Urquhart&rsquo;s favourite references....

<p><span>Donald Urquhart&rsquo;s work is known for its darkly humorous take on Hollywood glamour, with his fluid pen-and-ink drawings often featuring tarnished divas, fallen femme fatales and drag queens. That camp gothic sensibility also comes through in the sinister simplicity of <em>Someone Just Killed Me</em>. This witty piece reads like the final note of a murder victim in a Hitchcock thriller &ndash; one of Urquhart&rsquo;s favourite references....

Marc Davis - Maleficent

Marc Davis - Maleficent

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