Beautiful... I had never seen this book before, thanks for posting! Coincidentally, my last safari features musical animals, but not quite as surreal as Květa's.
i'm a huge fan of hers, but never saw these before, ~~~ insanely great.i can barely take it all in in 1 viewing, i'm overwhelmed. thanks!
Wow! You never stop impressing with your treasures!
Hi WIll -- I didn't know of Kveta before seeing her work on your site -- I'm a huge fan now. Thanks! :)
Beauuuuuuutiful blog!!! Please use every image that you want of my "Troesmas" blog (Master= Maestro; Troesma= termas!)Did you see the russian "lubok" engravings I posted?see you
I can't begin to tell you how happy these make me! Like little musical fireworks going off in my head!
Thank you all for the kind comments. Troesmas/Chuki, thanks and I'll head over to see the lubok post now.I have one more equally-surreal 70s work by Kveta which I hope to feature soon. It is her section of the anthology 'Broukalo si deset brouku.'
These are great!
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This is some trippy stuff. I'm both fascinated and horrified at the same time.
Gosh! it's starnge, amazing and nice :)
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Very cool, but a metronome is more of a torture device than it is an instrument.
I stumbled upon this since it is the current blog of note - congrats! Fascinating content, definitely a blog that I am now following. Keep it up!-maggie from www.covergrrl.blogspot.com
Been following this blog for a little while now. Congrats on being blog of note too by the way. Finally, they chose something good and worthwhile!
These remind me of Terry Gilliam's animations from Monty Python. I wonder if this inspired him.
amazing and nice...
Thanks for posting it. It´s one of the book of my childhood.
Yet another sublime discovery posted to this blog. I shall never make it through all the pages I've missed over the months, but I know I will try.
sad indeed, to learn about Czech artist at English site while being Czech. but this fact surely doesn't make it less amazing in any way!