A Neon Crucifix created from words by Edgar Allan Poe - Philip Oakley Illuminations | Out of the Ordinary Lighting, Made in England
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Uuuummm so he was a fanboy?
As series of illustrations by Irish illustrator Harry Clarke to accompany Poe's tales of terror!
Famed for his long winded overuse of old English language ,such as 'The Raven' ( The Simpsons did a whole Halloween special on his work 'The Raven ' ( words such as 'quoth' get used in large measure, but somehow give a gothic feel to his work ⭐️
By Arnaud de Valois. Edgar Allan Poe
Edmund Dulac - 1882-1953 - illustration for Edgar Allan Poe, 1912
This @CourseHero infographic on The Tell-Tale Heart is both visually stunning and informative!