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See my big post on Marcus Behmer from a few years ago.
If I'm interpreting the auction house correctly, "Niemand kann wider sein Schicksal" is a picture story (for adults) on a single sheet made by Marcus Behmer in 1905 (printed later?) and dedicated to Harry Kessler (see Journey to the Abyss: The Diaries of Count Harry Kessler, 1880-1918 and Berlin in Lights: The Diaries of Count Harry Kessler, 1918-1937).
May 3, 2018
May 2, 2018
Karl Wirsum (from Karma International gallery, Zurich).
See more here: “Chicago Imagists” at Karma International
Previously: Smoke Hairy Who
Also see the book Chicago Imagists
(I have not yet seen the documentary Hairy Who and The Chicago Imagists.)
May 1, 2018
January 20, 2018
I'm making postcards of my favorite images from the archives -- vintage oddities and also the work of the living. (The creators were kind enough to give permission.) Contribute $10 and receive a postcard pack as a thank you.
The first set of 10 designs (the "December 2017 edition") is now gone. Thanks! The February 2018 is now available.
Image: Preview of 8 of the 10 cards in the February 2018 postcard pack. Includes work by
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I try not to think about how much I would pay for a copy of Hilde Krüger's 1924 children's book Der Widiwondelwald. Some links (in German): one, two, three -- see the full book as smaller images at the last link to the kibook blog.
[Update: this was briefly in print last year -- might still be able to find it.]
I kept coming across this book when working on my Kinderbuch series over the years.