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Dore’s Illustrations for Rabelais

Hermetic Library Fellow T Polyphilus reviews Doré’s Illustrations for Rabelais by Gustave Doré.

Doré Doré's Illustrations for Rabelais

These pictures are a pleasure in themselves, and they are wonderful to review after having imagined the Rabelais stories in the course of reading. There is a notable inconsistency to the depiction of various characters by Doré, arguably reflecting a similar inconsistency on the part of St. François. Also, this book is a clip-art goldmine for Thelemites.

Gustave Dore cloak and Bad Bunny bodysuit from Toxic Vision

Here is a couple items from the most recent collection from Sharon Ehman’s Toxic Vision released today, including a cloak with Gustave Dore’s Death on the Pale Horse (already sold as of this post) and bodysuit with a Bad Bunny mask.

Toxic Vision Gustav Dore Death on the Pale Horse cloak
Gustave Dore Death on the Pale Horse cloak


Toxic Vision Bad Bunny bodysuit
Bad Bunny bodysuit


“Toxic Vision is a Toronto based clothing label owned and operated by designer Sharon Ehman. All clothing is made from scratch by the designer and all designs are one of a kind. Aside from producing regular weekly collections, Toxic Vision has also created pieces for Dee Snider, Dave Navarro, Juliette Lewis, Steve Harris, Kat Von D, Watain, Megadeth, Poison, Dimmu Borgir, Morbid Angel and many more.” [via]