I finished The Wise Man’s Fear this afternoon.

Now I don’t know what to do with myself. 





A full-length The Witcher movie has been announced and I am dying right over here

Wait. What. Can I get a source, please? I’m not seeing anything in the tag.

Of course. Here and hereIt is in Polish, so you have to use Google translator. 

Thank you! This is exciting!

I don’t know how to feel about this…


 In this beautiful series, artist Elin Jonsson depicts the women of “Game of Thrones” in the style of Alphonse Mucha.

The Creator of Devotion - Vogue Hommes Japan

Photography - Matthew StoneStyling: Matthew Josephs
Models: Abiah Hostvedt , others

Original post in source. Notes by http://poudoumpoudoum.tumblr.com/

(Source: asylum-art)


Finally a few half decent photos of my Isabel de Requesens dress! At some point i’ll set up a nice backdrop with drapery and candles, but for right now these will have to do.

The costume was drafted, made, and worn by me. The design was based off of a painting created by Raphael and Gulio Romano in the early 1500s. 

It’s made from linen and velvet. Aside from boning channels and skirt seams it was entirely hand sewn. The embroidery and beading were done by hand as well.

I have several detailed blog posts about the project, which can be found here, and a few videos on making it which are here

The Stranger by William Henry Margetson (1861-1940)

oil on canvas, 1902

(Source: paintingses)


18th Century Back in Fashion at Versailles

"Marie-Antoinette Meets Vivienne Westwood"

Pierre Balmain Haute Couture SS 1954


The Persephone Dress by Lydia / Lyrota


Moët & Chandon: White Star and Imperial - Alphonse Mucha (1899)

Published in Paris by F. Champenois.


Mater Dolorosa, Regina Inferorum