Monsters of Oceania: The Bunyip of Australia!
The bunyip is a creature of Aboriginal mythology. It loves in the swamps,creeks, riverbeds and waterholes of Australia. Its name translates to “devil” or “evil spirit”. It …
Pastel Cryptids (pink) Sticker by daisydandy
Decorate laptops, Hydro Flasks, cars and more with removable kiss-cut, vinyl decal stickers. Glossy, matte, and transparent options in various sizes. Super durable and water-resistant.
Monstrous Dogs Overgrown with Greenery Illustrated by Holly Lucero
Art student Holly Lucero renders wild depictions of doglike animals overgrown with foliage and colorful parasites that she shares on her aptly titled site Dog Soup. The fantastical storybook creatures are like something from a Dr. Seuss story gone terribly wrong, sometimes covered in entire forests
Human Hybrids Of Ancient Greece
The Greeks adapted many of the monsters in their legends from the near east influences. However, it can be argued that their depiction of these fabulous beasts are among the most iconic and unique in world mythology.
Dragon Moth, Satoshi Matsuura
Posted a picture to the patreon. Full size JPG and PSD can be downloaded according to the amount of support. https://www.patreon.com/satoshi_matsuura
Celtic Warrior Sword 30 1/4" | Medieval Gear
Medieval Swords and Historical Replicas. Huge selection, great prices. High Quality of Claymore swords, Flamberges, Broadswords, Rapiers and more!
I Am A Biologist By Day And A Felt Artist On My Free Time
In 2007 I made my first stuffed animal, a red horse, out of red polyester craft felt from my own pattern. I have been making animals ever since, and I've created cats, dragons, rabbits, and seahorses as well. Today, my animals are made from high-quality wool felt and embroidered with wool and cotton threads.
Tired of plain old teddy bears? Then get yourself a plushie that is sure to turn heads. This snuggly little Chupacabra pup will make a great addition to any spooky collection or maybe as a gift for someone who's into the paranormal. Ever wondered how soft the Chupacabra of Puerto Rican and Mexican folklore is? Well, now you can find out! Why get a Chupacabra pup? - Soft, cotton fur - 11 inches (27.9 cm) tall and 8 inches (20.3 cm) long, but still ferocious - Can be hand washed and dried…
Fictitious and Symbolic Creatures in Art: Other Chimerical Creatures and Heraldic Beasts: The Sphynx
Fictitious and Symbolic Creatures in Art, by John Vinycomb, , full text etext at sacred-texts.com
Artist's Zoetrope Animates the Miraculous Metamorphosis of the Butterfly (Video)
Inspired by her own spine-shattering accident, this sculpture shows the struggle and transformation of these remarkable insects.
Onyx - Graveyard Dragons Collectible Figurine Dreamland Dragons
Meet Onyx inspired by the crystal stone of the Black Onyx, this dragon of protection was forged from the flames of strength. Disciplined and true, the winged hero will keep you on the path of self-discipline. Reliever of negative energy and defender of good personal energy, use the power of Onyx to bring happiness and good fortune throughout your home. There's no denying that adorable face! Onyx is looking for her forever home and would love nothing more than to chill with you. Suitable for…
How to Find and Care for a Pet Tardigrade (Water Bear)
"Water bears" is a colloquial name for tiny multicellular critters that have always delighted microscopists. They are properly called tardigrades ("slow walkers"), and with four pairs of stumpy legs and lumbering gait, they do look a...