Illustrations and sketches by Chuck Groen 
http://chuckgroenink.tumblr.com

Illustrations and sketches by Chuck Groen 

http://chuckgroenink.tumblr.com

Illustrations and sketches by Chuck Groen 
http://chuckgroenink.tumblr.com

Illustrations and sketches by Chuck Groen 

http://chuckgroenink.tumblr.com

Illustrations and sketches by Chuck Groen 

http://chuckgroenink.tumblr.com

Illustrations and sketches by Chuck Groen 
http://chuckgroenink.tumblr.com

Illustrations and sketches by Chuck Groen 

http://chuckgroenink.tumblr.com

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Illustrations and sketches by Chuck Groen 
http://chuckgroenink.tumblr.com

Illustrations and sketches by Chuck Groen 

http://chuckgroenink.tumblr.com

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telari:

What enchanted trees are these? by SylwiaTelari
There’s no way to call an apple tree with white bark other than enchanted in that world. Here you may call it well-it-suited-better-the-composition.

telari:

What enchanted trees are these? by SylwiaTelari

There’s no way to call an apple tree with white bark other than enchanted in that world. Here you may call it well-it-suited-better-the-composition.

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fairytalemood:

"Anansi, the Spider God" by Bethany Minervino

"Anansi, the trickster, features in popular mythology across western Africa. His stories are believed to have originated with the Ashanti people of Ghana. Stories of Anansi became such a prominent and familiar part of Ashanti oral culture that the word Anansesem — "spider tales" — came to embrace all kinds of fables. And, according to legend, Anansi himself owns all of these stories, having bought them from the sky-god, Nyame."

fairytalemood:

"Anansi, the Spider God" by Bethany Minervino

"Anansi, the trickster, features in popular mythology across western Africa. His stories are believed to have originated with the Ashanti people of Ghana. Stories of Anansi became such a prominent and familiar part of Ashanti oral culture that the word Anansesem — "spider tales" — came to embrace all kinds of fables. And, according to legend, Anansi himself owns all of these stories, having bought them from the sky-god, Nyame."

katphilbin:

The Warren
Prints

katphilbin:

The Warren

Prints

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fuckyeahafricanmythology:

My interpretation of the Tokoloshe, one of South Africa’s most feared but secretly loved mythical imps. Known to creep up to people in their beds and carrying them away, many South-Africans raise their beds onto bricks to this day to prevent this from happening.
Excerpt from my illustrated book ‘Creatures from the Dark Continent’ introducing and describing sixteen beasts from mythology from all over Africa, check out some more at my blog! kiki-kalahari.tumblr.com/

fuckyeahafricanmythology:

My interpretation of the Tokoloshe, one of South Africa’s most feared but secretly loved mythical imps. Known to creep up to people in their beds and carrying them away, many South-Africans raise their beds onto bricks to this day to prevent this from happening.

Excerpt from my illustrated book ‘Creatures from the Dark Continent’ introducing and describing sixteen beasts from mythology from all over Africa, check out some more at my blog! kiki-kalahari.tumblr.com/

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