Sketches and character concept art for the upcoming supernatural novel 'Who's Afraid?' by Maria Lewis. Does not colour between lines. Enquiries at: maria@whosafraid.com and the website marialewis.com.au

 

mariartapocolypse:

No need to cue the Jagged Edge track, this is not what you think. Rather, I was a guest on radio show Old, New, Borrowed and Blue on 2SER 107.3FM this week where I got to pick four songs that fit the categories and explain my choices behind them. My picks were:
Be My Husband - Nina Simone
Ego Death - Bus Driver
Sheena Is A Punk Rocker - Ramones
Wolf Like Me - TV On The Radio
You can listen to the whole half an hour chinwag HERE.

mariartapocolypse:

No need to cue the Jagged Edge track, this is not what you think. Rather, I was a guest on radio show Old, New, Borrowed and Blue on 2SER 107.3FM this week where I got to pick four songs that fit the categories and explain my choices behind them. My picks were:

Be My Husband - Nina Simone

Ego Death - Bus Driver

Sheena Is A Punk Rocker - Ramones

Wolf Like Me - TV On The Radio

You can listen to the whole half an hour chinwag HERE.

fer1972:

Today’s Classic: Bad Girls and Bat Wings

1. Albert-Joseph Pénot, Bat Woman (1890)

2. Jószef Arpád Koppay, Lion and Woman with Devil Bat Wings Chained Together (date unknown)

3. Johann Heinrich Füssli, The Mad Kate (1807)

4. Gabriel Ferrier, Moonlit Dreams (1874)

5. Vasily Kotarbinsky, Dark Star (date unkwown)