Spreading fear and mayhem in the visual arts.

Haunted Memories

Posted in Audio, Curiosa & Forteana, Design, Interna, Taxidermy & Grotesk by Suzanne G. on January 28th, 2005 | BBC Wikipedia

© Haunted Memories & Suzanne

After almost a year, I revisited Haunted Memories and I saw - to my great joy - that they added some new hideously frightening creatures and macabre apparitions to their spooky range of morphing Victorian portraits.

Meanwhile, gozblau.com hasn't even been launched yet, but already looks (and sounds!) utterly promising. We'll keep you posted!

Oh, and Eugene - The Marvelous Crooning Child - is singing again!

→ P.S.: Make sure to listen to his version of "Hey Jude"! :)



Carnets de digestion

"Since the beginning of 2001, I draw in small notebooks 11 cm X 15 cm (approximately), always with a ball point pen, always on same paper, always in black. I contrained myself never to tear a page off, what is done... is done. I put the date at the beginning and the end of each notebook. Each day (or almost) I spend one hour or two drawing in these notebooks. At this day, I made approximately 450 pages distributed in 12 notebooks."

(via Aeiou blog)



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Feeding America: The Historic American Cookbook Project

A database of some of the most influential and important American cookbooks from the 19th and early 20th century compiled by The Michigan State University Library and the MSU Museum.

(via Life In The Present)



For some strange reason, seeing the collaged beauty of this google image search made me feel sweetly proud of myself.

And finally, I proudly present Herr Gürteltier, our dead, stiff and stuffed armadillo, photographed as he was reading the brilliant Accidental Taxidermist by Scott Musgrove.

Mr Armadillo - R.I.P. 2002
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Nite nite, Herr Gürteltier! :)

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