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    reblogged: culturalgutter

    From the pages of Vampire! Featuring Fire Fang

    culturalgutter:

    The cover of issue #2 of Meteor’s 1995 Vampire! that collected the vampire stories of Gerald Carr including his yellow peril vampire stories featuring Fire Fang and the Brothers of Fire Fang. (For more, see Comic Editor Carol Borden’s article at the Gutter).

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  2. Feb 26th, 2012     racismcomicsgerald carrvampireschinahistoricalsaustraliasexploitationyellow perilgalleryscans
  3. reblogged: heyoscarwilde

    heyoscarwilde:

    classic author portraits

    illustrated by Meghan Murphy (Tumblr) :: via murphypop.com

     
  4. Feb 8th, 2012     Meghan MurphyIllustrationartgalleryEdgar Allan PoeHP LovecraftMary ShelleyEmily DickinsonJules Verne
  5. reblogged: culturalgutter

    theatlantic:

A View of Detroit As Captured Beneath a Photographer’s Dangling Feet

Detroit-based photographer Dennis Maitland has conceived of a new way to see the city, turning the experience of the skyscraper up on its head. In a series called “Life on the Edge,” Maitland climbs atop some of the highest perches in his hometown, dangles his feet precariously over the edge, focuses his lens downwards, and snaps a photo that is sure to induce perspiration. Maitland not only documents his personal overcoming of a fear of heights, but he captures views of Detroit that elevate city streets from their quotidian designation and paint a new image of our built environment. See more.
[Image: Dennis Maitland]

    theatlantic:

    A View of Detroit As Captured Beneath a Photographer’s Dangling Feet

    Detroit-based photographer Dennis Maitland has conceived of a new way to see the city, turning the experience of the skyscraper up on its head. In a series called “Life on the Edge,” Maitland climbs atop some of the highest perches in his hometown, dangles his feet precariously over the edge, focuses his lens downwards, and snaps a photo that is sure to induce perspiration. Maitland not only documents his personal overcoming of a fear of heights, but he captures views of Detroit that elevate city streets from their quotidian designation and paint a new image of our built environment. See more.

    [Image: Dennis Maitland]

     
  6. Jan 31st, 2012     detroitmichiganphotographydennis maitlandgalleryart
  7. BibliOdyssey has a nice gallery of Japanese mon (crests) and a a link to 280 copyright free mon. (The rabbit is my favorite).

    BibliOdyssey has a nice gallery of Japanese mon (crests) and a a link to 280 copyright free mon. (The rabbit is my favorite).

     
  8. Dec 19th, 2011     Japancrestssamuraigalleryfeudalismdesignmon