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Imagination allows you to think and create amazing things. Author Carson Ellis invites children to see and describe themselves through their own homes with her delightful picture book “Casa”

"Under Wildwood," a children's book by Decemberists frontman Colin Meloy, illustrated by Meloy's wife Carson Ellis

'Under Wildwood' review: Return to 'Wildwood' enjoys better writing, pacing

"Under Wildwood," a children's book by Decemberists frontman Colin Meloy, illustrated by Meloy's wife Carson Ellis -uhhh what? this sounds sweet

La Maison des Illustrateurs

Jack Kerouac on how to meditate, an illustrated celebration of the many things home can mean, André Gide on the art of sincerity, and

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Carson Ellis' picture book 'Home' depicts dwellings both realistic and fantastic

Development work for 'Home' by Carson Ellis

Development work for 'Home' by Carson Ellis This is a sketch which is then translated into a gouache and ink painting

An Illustrated Celebration of the Many Things Home Can Mean | "Home," by @Caroline Fellis Carson Ellis #illustration #books

An Illustrated Celebration of the Many Things Home Can Mean

Hollow Tree Homes! / Carson Ellis - An Illustrated Celebration of the Many Things Home Can Mean

Carson Ellis - Home

Young Delacroix on the Importance of Solitude in Creative Work and How to Resist Social Distractions (Brain Pickings)

This series! #read

In the aftermath of a young's girl's midnight seance that awakens a long-slumbering, malevolent spirit, a band of runaway orphans teams up with an underground collective of saboteurs to rescue friends imprisoned in an industrial wasteland.

I ll be you and you be me. // “Indescribably lovely and absolutely perfect and — well, pure in the best sense.”

I’ll Be You and You Be Me: A Vintage Ode to Friendship and the Imagination, Illustrated by Young Maurice Sendak

I ll be you and you be me. // “Indescribably lovely and absolutely perfect and — well, pure in the best sense.”

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