Karolina Eś

Karolina Eś

Warsaw / sharks, statstics, grotesque, folk, brains, data analysis, expressionism, prague, diving and bats
Karolina Eś
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Research Mark's words of wisdom ;-)

Research Mark's words of wisdom ;-)

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Research Wahlberg

[the essence of my job, part n+1]

[the essence of my job, part n+1]

Dilbert

Dilbert

Wumo

Wumo

Anna Pavlova in costume for her Russian dance, 1910’s-20’s  Her headdress is an elaborate version of what is known as a kokoshnik.

Anna Pavlova in costume for her Russian dance, 1910’s-20’s Her headdress is an elaborate version of what is known as a kokoshnik.

A raven and guard at the Tower of London. According to superstition, there must always be 6 ravens present at the Tower, or else the monarchy, kingdom, and Tower itself will fall. In "The Tudors," when Anne was executed, you can see her look up at the flying ravens overhead. In actuality, they all stopped flight and sat on the edge of the Tower as she lost her head...something eyewitness accounts of the execution described as not only eerie, but highly unusual.

A raven and guard at the Tower of London. According to superstition, there must always be 6 ravens present at the Tower, or else the monarchy, kingdom, and Tower itself will fall. In "The Tudors," when Anne was executed, you can see her look up at the flying ravens overhead. In actuality, they all stopped flight and sat on the edge of the Tower as she lost her head...something eyewitness accounts of the execution described as not only eerie, but highly unusual.

Bookplates from the collection of Richard Sica. Death and the Maiden. 50 Watts.

Bookplates from the collection of Richard Sica. Death and the Maiden. 50 Watts.

Kashubian embroidery patterns (Poland). Meaning of colors: royal blue – lakes; blue – sky; navy - profound depth of the Baltic sea;  yellow - fields of ripening grain or sun; green - the forests and meadows; red - the blood; black - the earth on the field waiting to be sown and Kashubian’s hard work.

Kashubian embroidery patterns (Poland). Meaning of colors: royal blue – lakes; blue – sky; navy - profound depth of the Baltic sea; yellow - fields of ripening grain or sun; green - the forests and meadows; red - the blood; black - the earth on the field waiting to be sown and Kashubian’s hard work.

Illustration Inspiration. I love how this illustration is symmetrical and incorporates a lot of creatively-designed animals!

Illustration Inspiration. I love how this illustration is symmetrical and incorporates a lot of creatively-designed animals!