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Welcome to my little corner of the internet! I'm Chevelle, I'm 22 and from Canberra, the capital of Australia. I'm a Graphic Design Student; I love books, drawing, crochet, art, gaming, television, anime, films, feminism, food, cats, dogs, birds and horses.
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  • bookishthingsblog:

    How to Explain Amazon’s Kindle to Charles Dickens


    As a student at Cardiff School of Art and Design, illustrator Rachel Walsh was asked to create a project that would explain something modern/internet-based to somebody who lived and died before 1900. 

    Walsh’s innovative idea was to take a large book and create 40 miniature books from its pages in order to explain the kindle to Dickens. The covers are recreations from real books and include Dicken’s own novels, his favourite childhood books, and some of the artist’s own.

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    • Doctor: do you drink or smoke?
    • Me: no
    • Doctor: (under his breath) what a loser
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  • J. M. W. Turner » Sun & Moon

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  • jtotheizzoe:

    I think of all the -ographies, “selenography” is my favorite.

    Enjoy these historical atlases of the moon, the earliest studies of the moon’s surface features (AKA “selenography”). The above were drawn by:

    • Michel van Langren (1645)
    • Johannes Hevelius (1647)
    • Giovanni Cassini (1679)
    • Tobias Mayer (1749)
    • Richard Andree (1881)
    • Henry White Warren (1879)

    Previously: Check out Galileo’s watercolor illustrations of the moon, and find out how a few simple sketches realigned the heavens.

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  • butt-berry:

    If you put them together they make a nice progression from sky to sea floor

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  • Picspam -> Moon Prism Power, Make Up!

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