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Kiyoshi Saito (Japanese, 1907-1997) 11½ x 17⅛ in. "Summer in Aizu". Woodblock print in colors, signed and stamped in the lower left of the image, not framed.

Kiyoshi Saito (Japanese, 1907-1997) 11½ x 17⅛ in. "Summer in Aizu". Woodblock print in colors, signed and stamped in the lower left of the image, not framed.

Japanese Art by the artist Kiyoshi Saito | Scriptum Inc

Japanese Art by the artist Kiyoshi Saito | Scriptum Inc

Kiyoshi Saito: Jealousy - Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

Kiyoshi Saito: Jealousy - Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

Владимир Фаворский

Владимир Фаворский

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kate-pugsley-childrens-illustrations-2

Twin Peaks - compulsive and fascinating, on every level! The music - the drapes - that cherry stalk - the moment he offered to open the boot of his car, knowing what was in it....Brilliant, all of it!

Twin Peaks - compulsive and fascinating, on every level! The music - the drapes - that cherry stalk - the moment he offered to open the boot of his car, knowing what was in it....Brilliant, all of it!

For the adventure seeker. Type by @misterdoodle - #typegang - free fonts at typegang.com | typegang.com #typegang #typography

For the adventure seeker. Type by @misterdoodle - #typegang - free fonts at typegang.com | typegang.com #typegang #typography

Retro-futurism - T.R. Hinchcliffe - Pelican, 1967 Quite an odd title this: "The intention of this book is to examine major recurrent themes in mans' many analogue predictions & prophecies of the future - from inspired fantasy to factually based notions, their cultural & scientific impact, the brilliance [or otherwise] of those ideas, and how they are now faring at the apparent dawning of our electronic future - T.R. Hinchcliffe, 1967."

Retro-futurism - T.R. Hinchcliffe - Pelican, 1967 Quite an odd title this: "The intention of this book is to examine major recurrent themes in mans' many analogue predictions & prophecies of the future - from inspired fantasy to factually based notions, their cultural & scientific impact, the brilliance [or otherwise] of those ideas, and how they are now faring at the apparent dawning of our electronic future - T.R. Hinchcliffe, 1967."

1984 George Orwell Book cover design by Martin Stesko

1984 George Orwell Book cover design by Martin Stesko