Visual Development from Fantasia

Visual Development from Fun and Fancy Free

“If you think of this idea of nothingness as mere blankness, and you hold onto this idea of blankness, you haven’t understood it. Nothingness is really like the nothingness of space, which contains the whole universe. All the sun, moon and stars, and the mountains and rivers, and the good men and bad men, and the animals and the insects, the whole bit—all are contained in the void. So out of this void comes everything and you are it. What else could you be?”

—   Alan Watts, The State of Nothing (via we-are-star-stuff)

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viscerocranium:

'Cyrtoidea' - Ernst Haeckel, from 'Kunstformen der Natur' (1899)One of my favourites from an incredible book of plates.

viscerocranium:

'Cyrtoidea' - Ernst Haeckel, from 'Kunstformen der Natur' (1899)

One of my favourites from an incredible book of plates.

themagicfarawayttree:

Ernst Haeckel

themagicfarawayttree:

Ernst Haeckel

nataliakoptseva:

Ivan Aivazovsky
Alexander Pushkin and Maria Raevskaya in Gurzufe

nataliakoptseva:

Ivan Aivazovsky

Alexander Pushkin and Maria Raevskaya in Gurzufe

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nataliakoptseva:

bofransson :

Жуковский, Станислав - Пасхальная ночь

nataliakoptseva:

bofransson :

Жуковский, Станислав - Пасхальная ночь

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arcadiainteriorana:

A Mountain TarnJames Docharty (British, 1829–1878)
Oil on canvas, 39.2 x 59.1 cm.The Stirling Smith Art Gallery & Museum.

arcadiainteriorana:

A Mountain Tarn
James Docharty (British, 1829–1878)

Oil on canvas, 39.2 x 59.1 cm.
The Stirling Smith Art Gallery & Museum.

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poboh:

After the storm, 1887, Isaak Il’ich Levitan. Russian (1860 - 1900)

poboh:

After the storm, 1887, Isaak Il’ich Levitan. Russian (1860 - 1900)

psychedelicway:

International Times, 1970

psychedelicway:

International Times, 1970

nevver:

The Chinese Obelisks, Edward Gorey’s Elephant House

psychedelicway:

Wassily Kandinsky

psychedelicway:

Wassily Kandinsky

Disney’s Fantasia (1940)

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