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"You’ll hurt them," he said, "the way you behave."
"But creatures like that have no feelings to save"
Sam And Emma by Donald Nelsen, illustrated by Edward Gorey

"You’ll hurt them," he said, "the way you behave."

"But creatures like that have no feelings to save"

Sam And Emma by Donald Nelsen, illustrated by Edward Gorey

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Track: The Glorious Nosebleed
Artist: Circa Survive
Caption:

The Glorious Nosebleed by Circa Survive from the 2005 album Juturna, cover art by Esao AndrewsThe Glorious Nosebleed by Edward Gorey was published in 1975.

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“Ten years came and went, and Angelica was being married for the first time.
“The hippopotamus peered out at her from behind the altar. ‘Fly at once!’ he said. ‘All is discovered.’”
—Edward Gorey, from “The Admonitory Hippopotamus: or, Angelica and Sneezby”

“Ten years came and went, and Angelica was being married for the first time.

“The hippopotamus peered out at her from behind the altar. ‘Fly at once!’ he said. ‘All is discovered.’”

Edward Gorey, from “The Admonitory Hippopotamus: or, Angelica and Sneezby”

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Death In The Wasteland, A London House Mystery by George Bellairs, cover art by Edward Gorey.

Death In The Wasteland, A London House Mystery by George Bellairs, cover art by Edward Gorey.

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The Helpless Doorknob: A Shuffled Story by Edward Gorey, 1989.
Set of 20 laminated illustrated cards + foldover title sheet with colophon. 10.2x6.4 cm. (4x2½”), housed in original clear plastic box. First Edition. Signed at colophon by Edward Gorey. One of 500 sets.

The Helpless Doorknob: A Shuffled Story by Edward Gorey, 1989.

Set of 20 laminated illustrated cards + foldover title sheet with colophon. 10.2x6.4 cm. (4x2½”), housed in original clear plastic box. First Edition. Signed at colophon by Edward Gorey. One of 500 sets.

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tattoolit:

"K is for Kate who was struck with an axe." Edward Gorey, The Gashlycrumb Tinies
Work by Annie at Inkfluence in Lubbock, Texas

tattoolit:

"K is for Kate who was struck with an axe." Edward Gorey, The Gashlycrumb Tinies

Work by Annie at Inkfluence in Lubbock, Texas

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iwrotehaikusaboutbukkake:

Orchid - We Hate You (Demo)

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Les Passementeries Horribles by Edward Gorey

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The Bolster series contains 5 of 17 etchings known as The Posthumous Prints. After Gorey’s death, a series of previously unpublished etchings were discovered. Gotham Book Mart chose 3 of them to reproduce them in runs between 50 and 150 numbered copies in 2003. Afterwards, the Edward Gorey House took over the publication and sale of the remaining images. The prints are catalogued by the Gorey House as numbers 201-214; the Bolster prints are numbers 204-208. They were each produced in a series of 99 numbered sets and 26 lettered sets (except #212 which had no lettered set).

The Bolster series contains 5 of 17 etchings known as The Posthumous Prints. After Gorey’s death, a series of previously unpublished etchings were discovered. Gotham Book Mart chose 3 of them to reproduce them in runs between 50 and 150 numbered copies in 2003. Afterwards, the Edward Gorey House took over the publication and sale of the remaining images. The prints are catalogued by the Gorey House as numbers 201-214; the Bolster prints are numbers 204-208. They were each produced in a series of 99 numbered sets and 26 lettered sets (except #212 which had no lettered set).

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by Edward Gorey

by Edward Gorey