Jonas” by Santiago Caruso. Gouache & Tempera over paper / 55cm x 35cm (2013).

Cover of “La Guardia de Jonas" (Jonas Watch) by Jack Cady, published by Valdemar , Spain 2013.

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“The Burning Giant” by Juhannuskostaja
“The towering, burning giant that roam at the ends of the world, guarding, waiting. No records are left to tell where it came from, if it is a deity, magical construct or a guardian of long lost cities. The violent heat that erupts from beneath its mountain-like surface keeps all life away from it, and wherever the giant goes, fiery death will follow in its wake.”

The Burning Giant” by Juhannuskostaja

“The towering, burning giant that roam at the ends of the world, guarding, waiting. No records are left to tell where it came from, if it is a deity, magical construct or a guardian of long lost cities. The violent heat that erupts from beneath its mountain-like surface keeps all life away from it, and wherever the giant goes, fiery death will follow in its wake.”

Papercut Light Boxes by Hari & Deepti

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“Sigil” (2014) by Sean Mundy

Sigil” (2014) by Sean Mundy

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“Frieze” by Serena Malyon

Frieze” by Serena Malyon

“Älvalek (Dancing Faeries)” (Oil on canvas, 1866) by August Malmström

Älvalek (Dancing Faeries)(Oil on canvas, 1866) by August Malmström

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“The Captain” by the great Devin Clark

The Captain” by the great Devin Clark

“Tales From the Wasteland I” by Michał Karcz

Tales From the Wasteland I” by Michał Karcz

“Then his eyes were strained with trying to focus on what he was seeing, for unless he was somehow grossly misjudging the perspective, he’d just glimpsed two - and now a third! - completely burning men, each at least thirty feet tall, running and bounding energetically, even joyfully, across the grass between the tents and the road.” (20x30, oil on panel, 2012) by Dave Palumbo

Then his eyes were strained with trying to focus on what he was seeing, for unless he was somehow grossly misjudging the perspective, he’d just glimpsed two - and now a third! - completely burning men, each at least thirty feet tall, running and bounding energetically, even joyfully, across the grass between the tents and the road.(20x30, oil on panel, 2012) by Dave Palumbo

Lago de Garda (Italia) by milvavr

Lago de Garda (Italia) by milvavr

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Old farmer who lived on the south coast of Iceland by Ragnar Axelsson

Old farmer who lived on the south coast of Iceland by Ragnar Axelsson

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