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you can be someone's superhero

Brilliant Tin Can Packaging For Hemingway's Classic ‘The Old Man And The Sea’ via DesignTAXI.com curated by Packaging Diva PD.

Brilliant Tin Can Packaging For Hemingway's Classic ‘The Old Man And The Sea’ via DesignTAXI.com curated by Packaging Diva PD.

Brilliant Tin Can Packaging For Hemingway's Classic ‘The Old Man And The Sea’ via DesignTAXI.com curated by Packaging Diva PD.

Brilliant Tin Can Packaging For Hemingway's Classic ‘The Old Man And The Sea’ via DesignTAXI.com curated by Packaging Diva PD.

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Connected to: skydrathik.deviantart.com/art/…

Collage beauty  #collage

Collage beauty #collage

My poster design for: The human right for freedom of speech

My poster design for: The human right for freedom of speech

Susan Cooper's The Dark is Rising | Folio Illustrated Book (Laura Carlin). One of my favourite books from childhood.

Susan Cooper's The Dark is Rising | Folio Illustrated Book (Laura Carlin). One of my favourite books from childhood.

my vintage book collection (in blog form).

my vintage book collection (in blog form).

1962 Czech poster for The Suitor (Pierre Etaix, France, 1962); Artist: Karel Vaca (1919-1989) The Best of “Movie Poster of the Day,” Part 3 on Notebook | MUBI

1962 Czech poster for The Suitor (Pierre Etaix, France, 1962); Artist: Karel Vaca (1919-1989) The Best of “Movie Poster of the Day,” Part 3 on Notebook | MUBI

Karel Teissig, The Beast is Loose, film poster, Czechoslovakia, 1966 | Painter, graphic artist and illustrator. He was exhibiting both on his own and in groups since the 1950s Over the years 1959–1989 created eighty-two film posters. Award winning film posters: the Toulouse-Lautrec prize in 1964 in Paris (The Possessors).

Karel Teissig, The Beast is Loose, film poster, Czechoslovakia, 1966 | Painter, graphic artist and illustrator. He was exhibiting both on his own and in groups since the 1950s Over the years 1959–1989 created eighty-two film posters. Award winning film posters: the Toulouse-Lautrec prize in 1964 in Paris (The Possessors).