You always have that one follower who attacks your notifications in the middle of the night and goes through your blog, reblogging everything in sight.
And you’re just like:
And if you’re still up at 4 a.m.,
you are in love or lonely,
and I don’t know which one is worse.
The Queen aging over time via banknotes
|| HARTEUS’ 4000 FOLLOWER PRINT GIVEAWAY
i’ve finally reached the beautiful number of 4000, 4000 of you amazing human beings! i never would have imagined i’d get this far, and to celebrate i’m holding yet another giveaway. though this time it’s a bit different. i will select three winners, generated randomly and send all of them the four prints featured above. the first winner will also recieve a full painting comission in the same style as featured in the prints.
- must be following me.
- likes and reblogs count, you may reblog multiple times but i’m not sure if multiple reblogs show in the notes?
- you gotta have your askbox open in case you win, and answer my message within three days.
- you have to be comfortable with giving me your adress since i’ll send physical copies to you. (i’ll ship worldwide!)
- ENDS THE 22nd of AUGUST
|| ABOUT THE PRINTS
i have not printed them out yet, but i will make sure to have them in the highest quality possible, all of them about the size of an A4. i’ll probably post more updates about this during the giveaway. i suspect they will be of a thicker, matted paper type and not a shiny one. i will secure the packages the best i can before sending them, but i won’t be responsible if they would somehow get damaged during the shipping.
i’ll send them out as soon as i’ve got everyone’s adress, which shouldn’t be long after the ending of the giveaway. the first winner will also recieve a full painting comission, but that picture will only be sent through e-mail.
if you got any questions don’t hesitate to send me an ask! GOOD LUCK!
I just encountered this clever and amusing image in a French database of medieval manuscripts. It shows three rabbits running in circles - with shared ears. There is nothing much to this drawing from a book-historical point of view, except to say that it has an Escher-feel to it. In fact, I am not even sure what it means to convey. I am simply sharing it here because the ear entanglement is so cleverly done - and the whole scene brought a big smile to my face.
Pic: Arras, Bibliothèque municipale, MS 7 (13th century).