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theweatherinside:

'The High Priestess' by Madyson Blair, author of The Weather Inside
www.madysonblair.com
  ‘The High Priestess’ is my latest attempt at capturing Linkaiah’s essence—(Linkaiah is a major character in the upcoming Book II.) Like ‘Remembering the World’ this piece also shows ‘the dark in the light’ but with more of an emphasis on character and narrative, seeking to exemplify Linkaiah’s larger-than-life loathing of Alastair and her relentless desire to overthrow him in the story.
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theweatherinside:

'The High Priestess' by Madyson Blair, author of The Weather Inside

www.madysonblair.com

  ‘The High Priestess’ is my latest attempt at capturing Linkaiah’s essence—(Linkaiah is a major character in the upcoming Book II.) Like ‘Remembering the World’ this piece also shows ‘the dark in the light’ but with more of an emphasis on character and narrative, seeking to exemplify Linkaiah’s larger-than-life loathing of Alastair and her relentless desire to overthrow him in the story.

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Apr 14. 6 Notes.
theweatherinside:

'Remembering the World' by Madyson Blair, author of The Weather Inside
www.madysonblair.com
One of my intentions with this illustration was to convey the sublime relationship between the opposites as dissected in my books, depicted here in the reverse of my usual ‘light in he dark’; examining instead ‘the dark in the light.’ My favourite symbol—the Oroboros (the snake biting its own tail)—makes an appearance to symbolise sex, death, rebirth and the paradoxical mortality and immortality of life itself.
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theweatherinside:

'Remembering the World' by Madyson Blair, author of The Weather Inside

www.madysonblair.com

One of my intentions with this illustration was to convey the sublime relationship between the opposites as dissected in my books, depicted here in the reverse of my usual ‘light in he dark’; examining instead ‘the dark in the light.’ My favourite symbol—the Oroboros (the snake biting its own tail)—makes an appearance to symbolise sex, death, rebirth and the paradoxical mortality and immortality of life itself.

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Apr 14. 5 Notes.
palm-hearts:

from Erte’s alphabet suite.

palm-hearts:

from Erte’s alphabet suite.

(Source: ancient-serpent, via pristinelolita)

ihavenohonor:

The Ankh

ihavenohonor:

The Ankh

(via zombie-prince)

love-giacomo:

Domenico Tojetti - Ophelia

love-giacomo:

Domenico Tojetti - Ophelia

(via daveinaz)

Apr 14. 26 Notes.
fleurdulys:

The Progress of Love: the Pursuit - Jean-Honore Fragonard
1773

fleurdulys:

The Progress of Love: the Pursuit - Jean-Honore Fragonard

1773

nemotes:

Serial Experiments Lain - “…a schoolmate who had committed suicide tells Lain that she is not dead, but has merely 'abandoned her physical body and flesh', and is alive deep within the virtual reality-world of the Wired itself and that she has found the almighty and divine god there.”

(via songless)

(Source: thefashionvein, via kristenhowes)

moreofamore:

Water Babies ~ Sir Edward John Poynter

moreofamore:

Water Babies ~ Sir Edward John Poynter

(via mythologer)

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