Friday, July 13, 2012


Album des Herzogs von Schwerin, 1750

Simplicity is always in style!

 Arthur Rackam, from Cinderella, 1919, thanks to art.crazed

Cover of V.J.Stanek's Introducing Monkeysthanks to Freaky Fauna

Unknown artist, The Monkey Celebrating with Ozoni of New Year's cards, 1932

Catherine Louis, Me l'ha detto il topo, thanks to Hipopotamstudio

Nature Magazine, June 1927

Enzo MariThe Fable Game,1965

Paul Rand, Écoute! Écoute!, 1970

Reyer Stolk, Silhouetten, 1945, thanks to BibiliOdissey

Edward Gorey, The Sopping Thursday

Steph Walker, Bear exercise

Claude KuhnPuce Aarberg Antiquitäten1999 

Gwen Le GacLa regle d'or du cache-cache

Suzy Lee via bookvart


  1. Laura, I LOVE your blog!
    Thank you!


  2. Silhouettes are such the rage right now, but from your collection you can tell this is a technique that's been used through out many different eras and that hasn't gone out of style. I love the Edward Gorey, Arthur Rackam and the unknown artist of the monkeys eating. Bravo! Hope you're doing well.



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