Children’s Illustrators: Kay NielsenBorn in Denmark in 1886, Nielsen was inspired by Art Nouveau and Eastern influences in his illustrations, and adopted many practices of Japanese woodcuts, such as asymmetrical composition, large vacant areas, sinuous linework, and flattened perspective.
— Anais Nin (via man-of-prose)
In the middle of somewhere by Franck Bohbot.
So excited to get to try to put together a successful team. Time to start really doing my research. And I hope all my players are excited to play in midriff jerseys…
Pick me! Pick me!
The following 10 survival stories show how risky it can be on the outskirts of civilization — from outer space to Antarctica to mile-deep mines — as well as how bad luck can strike out of nowhere. But they also illustrate something even more important: how far people will go not only to escape the jaws of death, but to rescue other people from them, too.
When quidditch players from around the world flocked to Kissimmee, FL, for World Cup VI, college and community players weren’t the only ones getting in on the action. In the space in front of headquarters, the kidditch pitch sat for both days of games. Kids as young as 4 and as old as 16…