Friday, May 22, 2009

Manuel Orazi - 1895 Calendrier Magique Lithographs


Much to much delight, i stumbled upon a yet another amazing image blog. Ephemera Assemblyman is an image collectors dream come true. I still have yet to really dive in and sift through all it's glory, but these haunting images in particular made me think of the Obscure Hollow. More information about the artist Manuel Orazi and the Calendrier Magique may be found here.

These images, and many more of it's kind, may be found at The Fantastic in Art and Fiction of the Cornelle Institute for Digital Collections.





6 comments:

thedarkinthedark said...

Those are really cool. They're half Felicien Rops, half Voynich manuscript, and 100% curious. Thanks for sharing.

joel. said...

thank you so much for the kind words and the link.
-joel [ephemera assemblyman]
ps your awesome blog has inspired me to rewatch some brothers quay.

jaz said...

oh wow..just found your blog. i have stuf on mine that you are really going to like. when you have time check the archives and see all kinds of things!

enjoy!

Carrieann said...

great site, thanks for sharing!

mrsb said...

Just found our blog and just love it!

Thanks for sharing this! I am always looking for interesting things to use in my art journals. This is great!

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