1. Sorry, I’m still getting over a Dante’s Inferno thing from a while back.  Hell that looks like an abscessed hair follicle is pretty cool  —Mf

    Psalm 9:18 The wicked shall return into hell

  2. Drop Cap  (Drop Carp?)

    Vera Bock’s illustrations for A Ring and a Riddle by M.Ilin and E. Segal, published in 1944. Vera Bock made posters for the WPA, and (thank God) Posters for the People provides this great bio (if only I could find such bios for all the illustrators in my collection)

    A Ring and a Riddle

  3. Nautical Decor for the Fraternally Brain Dead

    Roman and Williams | Defgrip

  6. Yeah, that kid’ll grow up to be a sailor. (snort)


    Tagged #nautical art
  7. At Argenteuil, Claude MONET found again some of his favorite models : boats.

    Argenteuil: 1875

  9. After her new scent being compared to “a tank of embalming fluid,” Suzan makes a dash for it — despite the stormy weather. The heavy downpour works in her favor, however; and the park attendant who goes after her is entranced by of all things, her smell — that of a fresh summer’s rain!

    Romance under the Covers - Love Stories #148 (January 1973)

  10. Tagged #tall ships
  13. tuesday-johnson:

    ca. 1849-1853, Floating Church of the Redeemer; lithograph

    The floating Episcopal church in Philadelphia was built in 1849 and is believed to be the first floating church on the East Coast. It was a project of the Churchman’s Missionary Association for Seamen and was devoted to serving sailors. The church moored at the foot of Dock Street in Philadelphia until reconsecrated to a New Jersey parish in 1853 and placed on a brick foundation. The building burned down 1868.


    (via poete)

  14. Tempest

    (via poete)

    Tagged #water
  15. Kewpies and Anchors by Rabbitine

    Lisa Mirella