Sunday, August 26, 2012

Picture Notebook For 'Eat Me'

"...if you don't know what that means," said the blog "click the tag where it says "Eat Me" in small friendly letters at the bottom of this post. You will be delighted to find it tells you everything you need to know."



































Do cats eat bats? Do bats eat cats?
















26 comments:

  1. You forgot http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0JvF9vpqx8

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    1. Also, http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2145760/Wonderland-Kirsty-Mitchell-heart-breakingly-beautiful-photographic-series-memory-extraordinary-life.html

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  2. They both produce a few notes, all very flat, and are almost never turned the wrong way front.

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  3. Cool visual inspirations. Good luck with the project!

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  4. Very cool. Is the one of the goat vomiting on (eating?) the legless body by you?

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    1. Nope, the third from the bottom is mine, but the goat's by the incredible Justin Bartlett http://www.vberkvlt.com/pages/selected_pieces

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    2. Thanks for the link, can't get enough evil goatmen!

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  5. Does anyone know where the Victorian (?) photograph (the one with the cat-person) is from? What it depicts?

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  6. Sadie Frost walking down the steps into the crypt with the baby in her arms - still gives me the creeps.

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  7. I'm like triple sold on this now. Totally pre-ordering once there is the option to do so.
    Justin Barlett is fucking awesome as well!

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  8. Is that first one Ian Miller?

    also That Humpty Dumpty with the giant mouth gave me nightmares as a kid.

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  9. Are some of these pictures stills from Barry Lyndon?

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  10. I really like that Ian Miller cover illustration of Total Chess, it was first thing that sprang to my mind when I read about god chess on Vornheim sourcebook and some time ago I did blog post "12 things to nick out of Vornheim" using it.

    http://vankityrmiajalouhikaarmeita.blogspot.fi/2012/06/12-varastettavaa-asiaa-vornheimista.html

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  11. Out of what source the weird white vampire lady with big white hat is in the photo before the last picture?

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    1. Francis Ford Coppola's Dracula

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    2. I have to see it some day. Could use that pic, propably as some important person because important people wear big hats (for example amirals, sultans, popes)

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  12. If you haven't seen Atom Egoyan's "Where the Truth Lies", there's an interesting dream/sex scene with Alice and Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit"...

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  13. Oh man, I had THE biggest crush on Lucy from that film!

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  14. Several pics from Jan Svankmajer's Alice. Excellent film! Here's hoping you incorporate the stuffed White Rabbit that's constantly restuffing himself with sawdust.

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  15. For some reason the illustration by Tennial that always creeped me out was the one where Alice is growing. Holding a key? maybe
    Something about the stretched out neck and the expression on her face was disturbing.

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    1. http://www.gutenberg.org/files/114/114-h/114-h.htm

      #5 : Alice Stretched Tall

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  16. Okay, don't know wether or not a cat will actually eat a bat,but I do know from personal experience that a female cat that has recently given birth will kill the fuck out of any bat it sees(wonder if they think/see a bird of prey when doing so).

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  17. I second the request for a stuffed rabit. That movie was pure gold.
    I was wading through your excellent 'image notebook' till i got to Mandy. BEST PIC EVER. Cough, cough, anyway, nice work so far with all your choices :)

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