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New artwork in progress, drawing the amazing gates might be a bit more challenging than I first thought πŸ˜‚ Have to wait and see how it turns out for




























Sometimes I forget the awesome artwork hanging on my walls... like this original Swamp Thing. Swampy.



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Stone Chess set has just come into stock - Full set, 32 Pieces (16 pieces each side). Beautiful ageing to all pieces. Visit our website for more photos, well worth a look -









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🐻🐝 In this week's we explored with our building blocks and paint... lot's of paint. We created a city full of buildings. infantil



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The soulless Rayle…

Karl Müller Woodcut for ‘Ver Sacrum’ Magazine 1903.

Ver Sacrum (’Sacred Spring’) was a major Austrian magazine of the Jugendstil period and a mouthpiece of the Vienna Secession.
Published in a small edition of 300-500 issues from January 1898 to October 1903 (monthly until 1899, then bi-monthly).
It displayed an artistic layout which lay entirely in the hands of artists of the Vienna Secession and frequently presented original printed graphics
especially by G. Klimt, K. Moser, J. Hoffmann and A. Roller who were playing an important role in the development of modern art at the time.
After 1900, Ver Sacrum was only published as an internal journal for members of the Vienna Secession in edition of 300 issues. 

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Since ‘requels’ are becoming more of a thing…

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BloodRayne DEFINTIELY needs a reboot on film, and Katherine McNamara would be a great fit. 

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