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Arcane Productions

Arcane Productions is a creative arts company founded on and driven by our love of storytelling.

iixenn:

A few spreads I’ve been working on for a fairytale I’m writing. 

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Incredible art work here. We love discovering new fairy tales

darkness-withinme:

Together in darkness.

darkness-withinme:

Together in darkness.

How true

How true

(Source: crmelaaa)

victoriousvocabulary:

VASILISA
[proper noun/noun]
a female name of Greek origin, meaning “Queen”. It is the feminine form of Vasily, the Russian or Greek form of the name Basil.
Etymology: Greek, “Βασίλισσα”.
[yanadhyana]

It’s always a great adventure finding out about new folk tales you havent heard of before ^_^

victoriousvocabulary:

VASILISA

[proper noun/noun]

a female name of Greek origin, meaning “Queen”. It is the feminine form of Vasily, the Russian or Greek form of the name Basil.

Etymology: Greek, “Βασίλισσα”.

[yanadhyana]

It’s always a great adventure finding out about new folk tales you havent heard of before ^_^

saveflowers1:

Art by Arthur Rackham (1909) from the book UNDINE.

Beautiful illustrations

saveflowers1:

Art by Arthur Rackham (1909) from the book UNDINE.

Beautiful illustrations

justcoopit:

The Untold Tales of TRUDAT

For the first time in probably ever I’m more excited about the weekend AFTER Halloween than…

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Some amazing concept art here, wonderful inspiration for costume designs for sure!

justcoopit:

The Untold Tales of TRUDAT

For the first time in probably ever I’m more excited about the weekend AFTER Halloween than…

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Some amazing concept art here, wonderful inspiration for costume designs for sure!

Costume inspirations everywhere

Costume inspirations everywhere

(Source: pseudony-me)

This is wonderful

This is wonderful

(Source: etsy.com, via moonandtrees)

zombienormal:

The Faery Prince. Illustration by Adolf Münzer, based on Ben Johnson’s masque of the same name. From Jugend magazine, 1925.
Via.

Starting to research bears for the next installment of The Travelling Storybox… some beautiful illustrations out there, I’ll try to reblog as many as possible

zombienormal:

The Faery Prince. Illustration by Adolf Münzer, based on Ben Johnson’s masque of the same name. From Jugend magazine, 1925.

Via.

Starting to research bears for the next installment of The Travelling Storybox… some beautiful illustrations out there, I’ll try to reblog as many as possible