Saturday, September 3, 2011

Wild Things - 100th Post

Where the Wild Things Are is an iconic childrens book written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak. I read it and had it read to me as a child, I saw the movie in 2009 and today it serves as the inspiration for my 100th blog post on Visions of Whimsy.
I know you're all dying to see some wild things so lets begin shall we.

Illustration from Where the Wild Things Are written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak, 1963.

Happy Monster by Gabriel Rose available at Etsy.

Troll and Princess Tuvstarr by John Bauer, 1915.
 Illustration from Walter Stenström's The Boy and the Trolls  in childrens' anthology Among Pixies and Trolls.

Bolle by Chuck Groenink.
Monster No. 167 by Stefan G. Bucher from the Daily Monster Project.

Adoration by Alfred Kubin, 1900-01.

Bird King by Julia Sonmi Heglund.

Death's Head II by Liza Corbett.

Year of the Carnivore by Martin Wittfooth, 2009.

By Natasha Muhl.

The Ghost of a Flea by William Blake, 1819-20.

The Long Walk by Tom Bagshaw.

By Cory Godby.
And we end with Cory Godby's illustration of Where the Wild Things Are.
Hope you enjoyed this and the 99 other posts on this blog, see you later.
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