This melon cactus (mélocacte commun) is part of site called old book illustrations that collects old discarded images brought to life once again.
Vector illustrations by Sebastien FERAUT (aka Niark1) from Paris, France.
Iain Macarthur’s wildlife illustrations are laced with intricate geometric shapes. via-iainmacarthur
Karl Addison’s food illustrations for the Seattle Bagel Bakery really are delicious to look at. His illustration of an onion bagel has my taste buds… Read More »Seattle Bagel Bakery Food Illustrations
Early fairy tales were meant to terrify kids. They were sanitized many generations later. Gojin Ishihara didn’t hold back any punches in the ’70s when he drew some pretty gory pictures for kiddy fare books. The Illustrated Book of Japanese Monsters (1972), showcased mystical creatures from Japanese folklore. Some of them are too scary for kids and easily rated 18+ by today’s standards.