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-A demon firing an arrow into the ass of a [[merman]], from the [[Rutland Psalter]].+[[A demon firing an arrow into the ass of a merman]], from the [[Rutland Psalter]].
Found via [[Colin Dickey]][http://www.laphamsquarterly.org/roundtable/roundtable/living-in-the-margins.php] in a review of ''[[Image on the Edge: The Margins of Medieval Art]]'' by [[Michael Camille]]. Found via [[Colin Dickey]][http://www.laphamsquarterly.org/roundtable/roundtable/living-in-the-margins.php] in a review of ''[[Image on the Edge: The Margins of Medieval Art]]'' by [[Michael Camille]].

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A demon firing an arrow into the ass of a merman, from the Rutland Psalter.

Found via Colin Dickey[1] in a review of Image on the Edge: The Margins of Medieval Art by Michael Camille.

See erotic marginalia, a subset of medieval erotica


Moritz Meurer, under whom Karl Blossfeldt worked also produced numerous works on plant morphology for artisans. Martin Gerlach, Blumen und Pflanzen. Zur Verwendungfur kunstgewerbliche Decorationsmotive und den Zeichenunterricht


Haarfarn [2]; from: “Urformen der Kunst“. (published 1928) [3] by Karl Blossfeldt. Ferns are my favorite plants, just look at the way they grow. Moss is also an interesting plant. If you are into plants, you should check the yareta.




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