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Color My World

Following is the introduction to my book Annagrammatica’s Children’s Dictionary of Invisible Things. You can get a PDF of the entire book for free or you can  369 more words

Writing

The Little Mermaid // Hans Christian Anderson

“I know what you want,” said the sea witch; “it is very stupid of you, but you shall have your way, and it will bring you to sorrow, my pretty princess.

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Fiber

Muse of the Month: Arthur Rackham

May’s Muse of the Month is the iconic artist behind some of the most enduring fantasy illustrations of our time: Arthur Rackham!

Pictured: “The Meeting of Oberon and Titania” from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” 658 more words

Illustration

Some more Arthur Rackham illustrations

I found some Arthur Rackham illustrations from Lamb’s Tales of Shakespeare to celebrate the bard’s birthday on 23rd April.

A very special person told me how much she’d enjoyed re-acquainting with Arthur Rackham, and I did too. 185 more words

Books

Celebrate Shakespeare's birthday with these lovely illustrations.

To celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday, three more fabulous Arthur Rackham illustrations from the 1909 Charles and Mary Lamb “Tales of Shakespeare”.

Romeo and Juliet

Arthur Rackham was born in Lewisham in 1867. 310 more words

Celebrations