fuckyeahvintageillustration:

'Kinder- und Hausmärchen / Children's and Household Tales' by the brothers Grimm, illustrated by Hermann Vogel. Published 1910 by Verlag von Braun und Schneider, Munich.

See the complete book here.

kilkennycat:

The Pumpkin Carriage

kilkennycat:

The Pumpkin Carriage

muttscomicsofficial:

Please help spread some love on International Day of Peace. #MUTTScomics

muttscomicsofficial:

Please help spread some love on International Day of Peace. #MUTTScomics

kilkennycat:

Celebration of Halloween 2014!

kilkennycat:

Celebration of Halloween 2014!

gameraboy:

Snow White and Red Rose illustration by Gertrude Elliot Epenscheid, 1955. Via Vintage Kids’ Books My Kid Loves

gameraboy:

Snow White and Red Rose illustration by Gertrude Elliot Epenscheid, 1955. Via Vintage Kids’ Books My Kid Loves

Mary Blair concept art for Walt Disney’s "Alice In Wonderland" (1951)

adelphe:

The Hundred and One Dalmatians by Dodie Smith and illustrated by Janet and Anne Grahame-Johnstone, 1956

adelphe:

The Hundred and One Dalmatians by Dodie Smith and illustrated by Janet and Anne Grahame-Johnstone, 1956

Mary Blair concept art for Walt Disney’s "Peter Pan" (1953)

cookiecarnival:

Fantasia (1940) - Model sheets of centaurettes

Mary Blair concept art for Walt Disney’s “Alice In Wonderland” (1951)

myvintagevogue:

Luxite 1925

myvintagevogue:

Luxite 1925

Mary Blair concept art for Walt Disney’s "Cinderella" (1950)

hoppip:

Happy World Cat Day! =^.—,—.^= 

hoppip:

Happy World Cat Day! =^.—,—.^= 

gameraboy:

This painting was a gift from Walt Disney to a friend who worked at A. C. Friedrichs art supply company to celebrate the birth of the friend’s daughter in the mid-1930s. The art was probably done by Hank Porter’s group. The image was inspired by the 1933 theatrical short “Ye Olden Days.”  via ha.com

gameraboy:

This painting was a gift from Walt Disney to a friend who worked at A. C. Friedrichs art supply company to celebrate the birth of the friend’s daughter in the mid-1930s. The art was probably done by Hank Porter’s group. The image was inspired by the 1933 theatrical short “Ye Olden Days.”  via ha.com

cookiecarnival:

The Art of Disney: Storyboard sketches. Fantasia, 1940.