Siryl
"Hedgehog Owl in the Closet" by Domenico Gnoli.

"Hedgehog Owl in the Closet" by Domenico Gnoli.

siryl:

Transfigured knights from Witness the Absurd.  Reposted because they belong together.

I don’t get why this didn’t get more notes.

Wraparound cover by Terry Oakes for 65 Great Tales of the Supernatural.  It’s for sale at Worlds of Wonder.  I wish I had the spare cash.

Wraparound cover by Terry Oakes for 65 Great Tales of the Supernatural.  It’s for sale at Worlds of Wonder.  I wish I had the spare cash.

Cover art by Alan Lee for a 1977 edition of The Sword in the Stone by T. H. White. Scanned from Fantasy Art Masters by Dick Jude, which also includes a pencil study for this cover surrounded by the artist’s strange doodles.

Cover art by Alan Lee for a 1977 edition of The Sword in the Stone by T. H. White. Scanned from Fantasy Art Masters by Dick Jude, which also includes a pencil study for this cover surrounded by the artist’s strange doodles.

Illustration by Brian Fround for The Runes of Elfland by Ari Berk.
Once someone points out that it looks like she’s peeing you’ll never be able to see it any other way.

Illustration by Brian Fround for The Runes of Elfland by Ari Berk.

Once someone points out that it looks like she’s peeing you’ll never be able to see it any other way.

This piece by Ole-Sigurd Walla is interesting in that it contains no obviously supernatural elements, yet we know it’s not simply a still life with a resting owl.  Just by looking at it, one can tell it’s part of a world of fantasy, and might even guess its title: “The Wizard’s Table.”  Such is the power of archetypes.

This piece by Ole-Sigurd Walla is interesting in that it contains no obviously supernatural elements, yet we know it’s not simply a still life with a resting owl.  Just by looking at it, one can tell it’s part of a world of fantasy, and might even guess its title: “The Wizard’s Table.”  Such is the power of archetypes.

darkfantasyinspiration:

Brian Froud, “The Land of Froud”.

Long owl is long.

darkfantasyinspiration:

Brian Froud, “The Land of Froud”.

Long owl is long.

Illustrations by Dennis Nolan, scanned from my treasured childhood copy of The Sword in the Stone.