At least this sudden increase in Leyendecker notes reminded me (a) Illustrator Sunday needs to be revived, and (b) I promised comic recs, sooo I guess I’ll combine them.

Out of curiosity, are you all interested in finished series, ongoing series, or both?

Today, I got the Curator deck as a gift, and it’s the most unique deck I’ve ever seen. The artist, Emmanuel José, made a papercut image for each and every card.

I’ve always wanted a deck where each deck was completely unique (and didn’t have dreadful design), and this deck is it! You can check out Emmanuel José’s site here.

(I’m also going to call this an early, mini Illustrator Sunday, because look at it!)

Illustrator Sunday: Joseph A. Smith/Witches (Part 3)

This one is kind of short, but not for lack of good art- it’s just that many of the images in this book were unscannable unless I wanted to break my copy in the process. And that’s not happening.

This week, I’m featuring Joseph A. Smith’s artwork from Erica Jong’s WITCHES. I suspect some of you have read this book. Personally, I’m agnostic, but I love mythology & folklore, and Smith does the subject justice. Enjoy!

If you want to see the images at full size, click and drag the image from the photoset into a new tab.

If you’re seeing this post via a reblog, you can see all the parts- and other artists- by clicking HERE.

Hope you enjoyed these images!

Illustrator Sunday: Joseph A. Smith/Witches (Part 2)

This one is kind of short, but not for lack of good art- it’s just that many of the images in this book were unscannable unless I wanted to break my copy in the process. And that’s not happening.

This week, I’m featuring Joseph A. Smith’s artwork from Erica Jong’s WITCHES. I suspect some of you have read this book. Personally, I’m agnostic, but I love mythology & folklore, and Smith does the subject justice. Enjoy!

If you want to see the images at full size, click and drag the image from the photoset into a new tab.

If you’re seeing this post via a reblog, you can see all the parts- and other artists- by clicking HERE.

Illustrator Sunday: Joseph A. Smith/Witches (Part 1)

This one is kind of short, but not for lack of good art- it’s just that many of the images in this book were unscannable unless I wanted to break my copy in the process. And that’s not happening.

This week, I’m featuring Joseph A. Smith’s artwork from Erica Jong’s WITCHES. I suspect some of you have read this book. Personally, I’m agnostic, but I love mythology & folklore, and Smith does the subject justice. Enjoy!

If you want to see the images at full size, click and drag the image from the photoset into a new tab.

If you’re seeing this post via a reblog, you can see all the parts- and other artists- by clicking HERE.

Illustrator Sunday: Elizabeth McGrath (Part 2)

A short feature for today, but a good one. These images are scanned from Everything That Creeps.

If you want to see the images at full size, click and drag the image from the photoset into a new tab.

If you’re seeing this post via a reblog, you can see all the parts- and other artists- by clicking HERE.

That’s it! Hope you enjoyed these images!

Illustrator Sunday: Elizabeth McGrath (Part 1)

A short feature for today, but a good one. These images are scanned from Everything That Creeps.

If you want to see the images at full size, click and drag the image from the photoset into a new tab.

If you’re seeing this post via a reblog, you can see all the parts- and other artists- by clicking HERE.

Illustrator Sunday: Gris Grimly (Part 3)

And I’m back! These images are scanned from:

  • Gris Grimly’s Wicked Nursery Rhymes
  • Edgar Allen Poe’s Tales of Mystery & Madness

If you want to see the images at full size, click and drag the image from the photoset into a new tab.

If you’re seeing this post via a reblog, you can see all the parts- and other artists- by clicking HERE.

That’s it! Hope you enjoyed these images!

Illustrator Sunday: Gris Grimly (Part 2)

And I’m back! These images are scanned from:

  • Gris Grimly’s Wicked Nursery Rhymes
  • Edgar Allen Poe’s Tales of Mystery & Madness

If you want to see the images at full size, click and drag the image from the photoset into a new tab.

If you’re seeing this post via a reblog, you can see all the parts- and other artists- by clicking HERE.

Illustrator Sunday: Gris Grimly (Part 1)

And I’m back! These images are scanned from:

  • Gris Grimly’s Wicked Nursery Rhymes
  • Edgar Allen Poe’s Tales of Mystery & Madness

If you want to see the images at full size, click and drag the image from the photoset into a new tab.

If you’re seeing this post via a reblog, you can see all the parts- and other artists- by clicking HERE.

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