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From Russian artist Alexandra Dvornikova:
I don’t know what this is – something about Baba Yaga, and someone named Goblin according to Google Translate – but I love it!
Baba Yaga by KateMaxpaint Vasilisa the Fair: Baba Yaga’s Hut by vitaliyv Baba Yaga’s House by LiaSelina Baba Yaga by Tin Can Forest
Originally posted on 13 Baba Yagas:
vintage wallpaper, cardboard, paper picnic bowl, paper clay. Oct 2015 Baba Yaga is a forest witch and depictions of her often include the ubiquitous amanita muscaria. Here I took the concept of the chicken-legs and…
From the children’s book “Witch Watch” illustrated by Gillian McClure
A. muscaria has graced the postage stamps of a number of countries over the years….