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Introduction to the Revolution by Russian artist, Boris Michaylovich Kustodiev

Fascinating Golden Age inspired book illustrations by Sveta Dorosheva.

Fascinating Golden Age inspired book illustrations by Sveta Dorosheva

These anachronistic style illustrations are by Sveta Dorosheva, a freelance illustrator based in Israel. "Sveta enjoys traditional drawing by hand, most of her illustrations are works on paper. Her anachronistic style of illustration

Introduction. Picture from the magazine Vampire - Boris Kustodiev

Picture from the magazine Vampire - Boris Kustodiev, 1905

Resultado de imagen de Penny dreadful fan art

anniewu: “ I couldn’t sleep so here’s a quick Eva Green. You guys, I started Penny Dreadful this week and I’m still not totally sure what’s going on but EVA GREEN AM I RIGHT ”

The controversial practice of force feeding imprisoned militant suffragettes on hunger strike. #history #suffragettes #poster (Image: Library of Congress)

Forcible feeding and the Cat and Mouse Act: one hundred years on

A Suffragette being force fed, in a contemporary poster supporting the Votes for Women movement.

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Banjo Man print by Methane Studios - Featured - Gallery Sufjan Stevens

Neville Chamberlain and Hitler ~ Even the pre-war August 28th headline of the Hitler-hating New York Times confirmed that Hitler sought to avoid war with Britain & France.

Neville Chamberlain and Hitler ~ Even the pre-war August headline of the Hitler-hating New York Times confirmed that Hitler sought to avoid war with Britain & France.

Le Voyage Dans la Lune /  Vancouver folk/cabaret band Maria in the Shower re-imagines a trip to the moon! This original soundtrack was performed live at the Rio Theatre, spring 2010. Special thanks to Bruno Hubert for his singular narration. The music is available for download here:  http://mariaintheshower.bandcamp.com/track/le-voyage-dans-la-lune

A fabulous eccentric presentation of the Le Voyage Dans la Lune, with quirky live music and laid back narration.

Suffragette artist Lou Rogers was a contemporary of Harry G Peter, Wonder Woman's original artist

This 1912 drawing by Lou Rogers printed in Judge magazine shows how women used chains in the aftermath of the Civil War as a symbol of how they had not been fully emancipated.

Both Katarzyna's have other works featured in ISSUE - Photographer: Katarzyna Widmanska Designer: Katarzyna Konieczka Hair: Wojtek Kasprzak Makeup

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