Bienvenue dans mon
petit monde extraordinaire.

Un monde parallèle.

Hawaiian Holiday (1937)

Concept art by a Disney Studio artist for 101 Dalmatians (1961)

Peanuts (by Namey McNamerson)

Geigi Koiku and her Cat 1883
This colour lithograph shows Koiku of the Shitaya geisha district in Tokyo as a young geisha holding her pet cat. The lithograph is captioned 藝妓 (geigi) 小幾 (Koiku).
“… Koiku was the most beautiful geisha in Shitaya. And yet all Kojima did was eat the kinton which this beautiful geisha had carried in for him. Now Koiku is the wife of a famous politician belonging to a certain party.”  Text and image via Blue Ruin 1 on Flickr

 ”Study of Mrs. Van Besten as a Flemish princess”, 1912. Autochrome photograph by Alfonse Van Besten

The Alchemist who has Achieved Illumination. Zoroaster Clavis Artis, MS Verginelli-Rota. 1737.

Frontispiece (1620)
From an edition of Christopher Marlowe’s play The Tragical History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus

Adolph Dehn (1895-1968), illustration for Was it a dream? from Selected Tales of Guy de Maupassant (1945)

Illustration of Owney on Mail Sack by Smithsonian Institution on Flickr.
Description: This is an illustration of Owney, the dog who was the unofficial mascot of the Railway Mail Service in the 1890s. Owney is shown posed on a U.S. mail sack. Creator/Photographer: Unidentified photographer Medium: Black and white photographic print Culture: AmericanGeography: USA Date: 1895 Collection: Owney Collection Persistent URL: arago.si.edu/index.asp?con=2&cmd=1&id=194298 Repository: National Postal Museum Accession number: A.2006-46 ¤


Oude liefde roest niet, Willy Vandersteen blijft een held.

I fully agree

Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (1796–1875). La femme à la perle (1868-1870). - Portrait of Berthe Goldschmidt
Source/Photographer http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/corot/
Jean Baptiste Corot - 16 juillet 1796.

Are there even words in the dictionary to describe how adorable Malakai and Elijah are when it comes to their teddy? 
Dodo, or Dronte, Didus ineptus (1658).