July 2, 2014

gdfalksen:

Savva Brodsky

a Soviet artist, book illustrator, architect, 
sculptor and poet

Shakespeare graphics

(Source: crlblck, via shatterlands)

June 22, 2014

I am doing costumes for a production of The Winter’s Tale! Here are little color guides I made. 

June 6, 2014
Now I am going down the hole. It is dark in the hole. 

Now I am going down the hole. It is dark in the hole. 

June 4, 2014
oldbookillustrations:

Valentine: But, like a cloistress, she will veiled walk.
William Heath Robinson, from Shakespeare’s comedy of Twelfth night : or, What you will, by William Shakespeare, New York, 1908.
(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

Valentine: But, like a cloistress, she will veiled walk.

William Heath Robinson, from Shakespeare’s comedy of Twelfth night : or, What you will, by William Shakespeare, New York, 1908.

(Source: archive.org)

May 28, 2014
What Maya Angelou Means When She Says 'Shakespeare Must Be a Black Girl'

May 23, 2014

dipthatpen:

I made this because I was reading John Milton’s little anti-rhyme diatribe in Paradise Lost, and then two minutes later “Lucifer” by Jay-Z came on my iPod.

REBLOGGIN’ because I continue to be proud of this

May 22, 2014

I made this because I was reading John Milton’s little anti-rhyme diatribe in Paradise Lost, and then two minutes later “Lucifer” by Jay-Z came on my iPod.

May 13, 2014
YET ANOTHER little bit of this rhyme infographic. Also, related fact: besides winning the prestigious “best rhyme about rhyming” award (which I made up because I wanted an excuse to write my favorite opening verse in rap),  Wu-Tang Clan has a more expansive vocabulary than Shakespeare (which I did not make up.)

YET ANOTHER little bit of this rhyme infographic. Also, related fact: besides winning the prestigious “best rhyme about rhyming” award (which I made up because I wanted an excuse to write my favorite opening verse in rap),  Wu-Tang Clan has a more expansive vocabulary than Shakespeare (which I did not make up.)

May 2, 2014
Excerpt from an upcoming infographic about rhyme. This part addresses some of the reasons and uses for rhyme. And my snake problems.

Excerpt from an upcoming infographic about rhyme. This part addresses some of the reasons and uses for rhyme. And my snake problems.

April 25, 2014

I’m working on another infographic—More Than Anyone Should Reasonably Ever Need To Know About Rhyming. Here is a sneak peak of some important people in the history of English rhyme: Marlowe, Shakespeare, Milton, and Melle Mel. Bonus bit of me trying to remember that little rhyme about the snakes with colored stripes. 

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