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"The Little Red Wonder Book;" A First Book of Religion for Little Children by Lewis Gilbert Wilson.  Illustrated by Clara E. Atwood.  Copyright 1917, The Beacon Press, Boston.

"The Little Red Wonder Book;" A First Book of Religion for Little Children by Lewis Gilbert Wilson. Illustrated by Clara E. Atwood. Copyright 1917, The Beacon Press, Boston.

Celebrate Wonder Woman's Smashing Weekend With These Badass Tribute Posters

Celebrate Wonder Woman's Smashing Weekend With These Badass Tribute Posters

Celebrate Wonder Woman’s Smashing Weekend With These Badass Tribute Posters

'The Conductor' illustrated by Laetitia Devernay, published by Chronicle Books

'The Conductor' illustrated by Laetitia Devernay, published by Chronicle Books

Wonder what the story is of the combination of pictures and sketches...

Wonder what the story is of the combination of pictures and sketches...

I love everything about this! The cropping, the value study, the reflection in the eyes!

I love everything about this! The cropping, the value study, the reflection in the eyes!

Artwork inspired by The Minpins, from The 'Fantastic Mr. Dahl' exhibition at Chicago's Galerie F, July 2013.

Top illustrators pay tribute to Roald Dahl

Artwork inspired by The Minpins, from The 'Fantastic Mr. Dahl' exhibition at Chicago's Galerie F, July 2013.

Fashion Moodboard - bright colours  vintage patterned paper, fabrics  lace; layout inspiration

Fashion Moodboard - bright colours vintage patterned paper, fabrics lace; layout inspiration

Anne Anderson, Illustrator. The Golden Wonder Book for children. John R. Crossland and J.M. Parrish, editors. London: Odham's Press Ltd., 1934. Illustration from Grandma's Graphics

Anne Anderson, Illustrator. The Golden Wonder Book for children. John R. Crossland and J.M. Parrish, editors. London: Odham's Press Ltd., 1934. Illustration from Grandma's Graphics

Ladybird Books - Little Red Riding Hood by Bollops, via Flickr Pretty sure I had this books.

Ladybird Books - Little Red Riding Hood by Bollops, via Flickr Pretty sure I had this books.

The storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops, World War I, 4 November 1918. One of the most gallant feats of the closing days of the Great War. The brick rampart was crowned with German machine-guns, but the New Zealanders managed to bring up a 30 ft ladder, and ascended in single file amid a hail of bullets, soon driving the enemy down the reverse slope of the bastion and capturing the town. Illustration for The Wonder Book of Soldiers (Ward Lock, c 1920).

The storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops, World War I, 4 November 1918. One of the most gallant feats of the closing days of the Great War. The brick rampart was crowned with German machine-guns, but the New Zealanders managed to bring up a 30 ft ladder, and ascended in single file amid a hail of bullets, soon driving the enemy down the reverse slope of the bastion and capturing the town. Illustration for The Wonder Book of Soldiers (Ward Lock, c 1920).

The tree branches here create a beautiful movement within the piece, and the contrast between them and the form they create around background is eye-catching.

The tree branches here create a beautiful movement within the piece, and the contrast between them and the form they create around background is eye-catching.