I've come to reconsider where I stand on the whole copyright issue, in regards to work that appears on my blog. If you happen to see art that I've created on this blog and it inspires you, by all means go ahead and appropriate it. If you want to modify it, scraplift it, use only parts of it or copy it outright, you have my permission to do so here. If you want to give me credit, fine. If you don't, that's okay too. I've been inspired by countless other people in all walks of life and I believe that generosity of spirit is much greater than any personal pride or glory I could achieve from claiming to be the first or the best to do anything. The sole exception to this would be photos of my family, to protect their privacy.
The vintage images that appear in this blog are digitally altered and colored by scrapologie. Feel free to use them for your personal use, however you like!
The first two postcards aren't actually from a Romeo & Juliet play - but I think these two look like they could have played Romeo and Juliet, although the first one is a female - can you tell? The "Mlle Dumaine" identification at the bottom of the card gave it away, though she sure fooled me when I stumbled upon it. As for the illustrations, you may have seen them before here and I apologize for that, I'm trying to do a better job indexing and getting everything under its appropriate category. I'll have a few more Romeo & Juliet images tomorrow.