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.|
|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.|
Hope you enjoyed this and the 99 other posts on this blog, see you later.