Edward Gorey

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Fun Phantoms: Tales of Ghostly Entertainment Selected by Seon Manley and Gogo Lewis, cover illustration by Edward Gorey published 1979 Illustrations, Book Illustration, Up Book, Book Art, Edward Gorey Books, Art Graphique, Book Cover Design, Cover Art, Roman

Edward Gorey Book Covers

These are the Edward Gorey Secondary Books we've collected.

Edward Gorey - Illustration - Ascent of A PyrAmid: For Whom the Bell Jar Extols Creepy Art, Scary, Linear Art, Edward Gorey, Dark Drawings, The Bell Jar, Matte Painting, Macabre, Dark Art

For Whom the Bell Jar Extols

Edward Gorey's Fantod in a Bell Jar Shortly after 9/11 I began to see bell jars, as I wandered about town. Curious little domes, sprouti...

Antique Century Blue Opaline Gilt Scent Perfume Bottle by cristina Antique Perfume Bottles, Vintage Bottles, Beautiful Perfume, Bottle Vase, Opaline, Antiques, 19th Century, Architecture Antique, Glass

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Title: Antique 19th Century Blue Opaline Gilt Scent Perfume Bottle, Status: SALE PENDING, Category: Vintage Collectibles:Vanity Items:Perfumes:Scent bottle, Shop: Everydaysagift, Description: Beautiful late 19th century blue opaline glass scent bottle with gold gilt accents. This little treasure has a ring attached and could be attached to a chatelaine. There are no chips to the glass and

Les Roses bleuatres l'ouldiette dans ea cuisine by Edward Gorey Edward Gorey Books, Children's Book Illustration, Illustration Styles, Fairy Land, Macabre, American Artists, Book Art, Creepy, Artsy

Additional Graham Gallery Les Roses Images

On my post from December 28, 2011, I featured an image by Edward Gorey entitled: Les Roses bleuatres l'oubliette dans la cuisine which was included in the 1975 Graham Gallery Problem Pictures show. I have recently run across two black and white reprints of artwork that must have been created as companion pieces for the show. If Edward Gorey used the same size and format for each of the three paintings, the images are heavily cropped in the black and white photos, but perhaps he created the…

1992 Edward Gorey (American author/illustrator, ~ 'Edward Gorey Illustrates Little Red Riding Hood and Other Classic Children's Stories' Edward Gorey, Shaun Tan, David Hockney, Wolf, Traditional Fairy Tales, Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales, Red Ridding Hood, Charles Perrault, Tolkien

The Most Beautiful Illustrations from 200 Years of Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales

Maurice Sendak, Lisbeth Zwerger, Edward Gorey, David Hockney, Shaun Tan, and more.

Edward Gorey’s ‘anxious, irritable’ tarot card set is predictably perfect Edward Gorey, Free Psychic Chat, Yi King, Mind Reading Tricks, Tarot Learning, Dangerous Minds, Fortune Teller, Tarot Readers, Star Wars

Edward Gorey’s ‘anxious, irritable’ tarot card set is predictably perfect

Since he supplied us with a visual vocabulary for cutesy dread over many decades, perhaps it comes as no surprise that Edward Gorey designed a set of whimsical tarot cards. The set is called the “Fantod Pack,” the word fantod signifying “a state of worry or nervous anxiety, irritability” and thus possibly the most Edward Gorey word ever. (David Foster Wallace was fond of the word as well, using the phrase “howling fantods” multiple times in Infinite Jest; the main clearinghouse website for…

Edward Gorey: master of the macabre and drawing awesome cats. Crazy Cat Lady, Crazy Cats, Desenho Tattoo, Gothic Art, Cat Drawing, Cat Art, Book Art, Creepy, Illustration Art

Caturday: Edward Gorey (1925 – 2000) Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot. A selection if illustrations.

Edward Gorey’s ‘anxious, irritable’ tarot card set is predictably perfect … - The tarot is a pack of playing cards Edward Gorey, Dangerous Minds, Tarot Decks, Gravure, Aesthetic Wallpapers, Art Inspo, Zentangle, Illustration Art, Images

Edward Gorey’s ‘anxious, irritable’ tarot card set is predictably perfect

Since he supplied us with a visual vocabulary for cutesy dread over many decades, perhaps it comes as no surprise that Edward Gorey designed a set of whimsical tarot cards. The set is called the “Fantod Pack,” the word fantod signifying “a state of worry or nervous anxiety, irritability” and thus possibly the most Edward Gorey word ever. (David Foster Wallace was fond of the word as well, using the phrase “howling fantods” multiple times in Infinite Jest; the main clearinghouse website for…