He was a one-off. I especially like The Gashlycrumb Tinies. "N is for Neville who died of ennui." Genius.
Great, bizarre and inspiring stuff! Like it! :D
Oddly, I've been planning a post on his tarot-style "Fantod Deck" as an alternate Deck of Many Things for my Dwarf-Land setting. Definitely a fan.
One of my faves as well.
Love the top photo! That's Thomas on the newspaper, Jane on the blanket, & looks like Charles on EG's lap. For more behind-the-scenes, see my new book Edward Gorey Plays Cape Cod: Puppets, People, Places, & Plots (www.Boom-Books.com) -- Carol
Can't believe it's the first time I see this guy! Thanks for sharing!UriKhttp://dndkids.blogspot.com/
The third one from the bottom, with the woman and the dude with bat wings - what's it from, please?
That's definitely Gorey's Dracula, although I can't remember if it's from an illustrated edition of the book itself or the concept work he did for a stage production.
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