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“Baba Yaga” by I. Iskrinskaya (Я — Баба Яга) ...my eyes went WOW when I found this Soviet Postcards tumblr!!!! Inspiration!

“Baba Yaga” by I. Iskrinskaya (Я — Баба Яга) .my eyes went WOW when I found…

Lyra and Iorek watching the flight of the witches across the Northern Lights.

Lyra Silvertongue, Iorek Byrnison, Serafina Pekkala and her Witches (Totally awesome!

Baba Yaga illustration, Russian Lacquer.

Psychologists have long thought that the presence of witches, evil stepmothers, and ogresses in fairy tales are a result of splitting the.

Ernest Small, Baba Yaga (1966) Illustrations by Blair Lent. Ernest Small was a pseudonym for Blair Lent

ohsamiam: “ Ernest Small, Baba Yaga Illustrations by Blair Lent. Ernest Small was a pseudonym for Blair Lent.

Fanarts representing heroes and villains of the Russian folklore... they're fantastic! Also the characters look all very interesting: I must check them out! I want to learn at least their names...

Fanarts representing heroes and villains of the Russian folklore. Also the characters look all very interesting: I must check them out!

The Owls Skull: Baba Yaga (Grandmas, Babushkas, and Chicken Legs) ... A post that makes me miss my grandma:(.

"Baba Yaga's Daughter" by Taiko Haessler. Art by Forest Rogers.

Baba Yaga.    There are many stories of her in Russian folklore. A fearsome witch, she is hideous to look upon (apart from her iron teeth, which can be quite attractive from some angles).

The infamous Baba Yaga from Russian Folklore. Illustrated by just as famous Ivan Bilibin :)

A very cool and scary Crone by Brian Froud. Crones have always inspired fear and respect due to their close connection to and understanding of death.

A very scary Crone by Brian Froud. Crones have always inspired fear and respect due to their close connection to and understanding of death.