August 8, 2010

Night Hallucinations

This post now resides on my other site 50 Watts:

13 comments:

  1. These are very interesting, exotic and wonderful. Thank you for sharing them.:~)

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  2. These are wonderful! I love all the textures. Thank you for another marvelous post.

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  3. Wow! What a mysterious and fascinating world!

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  4. I really like the binding illustration.

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  5. Gorgeous! Love the textures.

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  6. Agreed. The binding illustration is my favourite of all. Thanks.

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  7. These are so beautiful! I guess they are made from cardboard intaglio plates with glue build up and such. Since people realized how toxic acid biting plates is ,you see more of these innovative plates.

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  9. sigh... this Šerých fellow is so good.

    (on a side note: I found somewhere on your site scans from Gebrauchsgraphik and checked to see if my library had any copies. They had a bunch from 1967-71. They are incredible! Thank you so much for the tipoff.)

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  10. I love these darkly atmospheric illustrations! Thanks for sharing them. Your blog is one of my favorite sources of visual inspiration.

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  11. I have this book. The printing is pretty bad and dark but it has really nice spot illustrations in b&w. You should post them too, no?

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  12. Niels, bookvart did post some of them on his site. I indeed probably will post them some day, but the good thing about this post (for me), was that bookvart had done the scanning work. (I'm getting lazy.)

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