The femme fatales of Twin Peaks. Illustration by Paul Willoughby.
Eugen Krüger (German, 1832-1876), Stag.
"There are people who say that he was not a good guy - he was manipulative, he was this, that and the other. I tend to see it as, you are what you are. He could be a shit, like anybody else. But a lot of it had to do with being given permission to say and do whatever you wanted, because nobody was in a position to tell you no. Everybody’s yessing you, and everybody wants a piece of you. So what do you do?" - Suze Rotolo
Some shark character designs from my illustration class!! I really like these but I don’t think I’m going to be able to use her because it’s for a childrens’ book and sharks are apparently 2spooky.
Ivan Aivazovsky (July 29, 1817 – May 5, 1900), “[…] most famous for his seascapes, which constitute more than half of his paintings. Aivazovsky is widely considered as one of the greatest seascape painters of all time.”
Composition with three male figures (Self portrait) by Egon Schiele 1911.
(It’s quite possible that Schiele is showing three portraits of himself at different ages here).
Diane, 7:30 am, February twenty-fourth. Entering town of Twin Peaks.
*tries to take incognito photo of hot person in public* *flash and shutter sound are on*