nevver:

The waiting is the hardest part, John Register

Melancholic.

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owlturdcomix:

I MADE A COMIC ABOUT IT.

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It’s true. There’s no good response for “you should make a comic about this” when it’s not funny.

This notebook encourages people to draw outside the lines by Marc Thomasset | http://www.tmsprl.com/shop.html

WANT WANT WANT.

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talewise:

Ghost dance

talewise:

Ghost dance

scooterpiebanana:

shonilane:

valeriane:

the-real-seebs:

wolvensnothere:

ishipitlikeups:

ishipitlikeups:

Don’t cry don’t cry DON’T CRY DON’T CRY DON’T—

Goddammit.

Yeah no but seriously. Read it.

Holy fuck that twist.

That is some fine writing.

Oh… OH wow.

Well, damn…

That was exceptional. 

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strangelykatie:

Princess Mononoke print!

strangelykatie:

Princess Mononoke print!

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denniebright:

Boo.
sloaneshutup:

somehow the light falls into you

Something about this drawing makes me look again and again.

sloaneshutup:

somehow the light falls into you

Something about this drawing makes me look again and again.

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.

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Videogame logic. Love it.

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globalvoices:

Japanese chat app Line has discovered a booming revenue model selling different sets of stickers. China’s immensely popular WeChat is trying to catch up. Have they?
Ready Your Smartphones: The Chat App Sticker Wars Have Begun

Wahoo! My article, edited and re-published on globalvoices!

globalvoices:

Japanese chat app Line has discovered a booming revenue model selling different sets of stickers. China’s immensely popular WeChat is trying to catch up. Have they?

Ready Your Smartphones: The Chat App Sticker Wars Have Begun

Wahoo! My article, edited and re-published on globalvoices!

There’s a weird pixel-like quality that makes these mesmerizing and nostalgic for me.

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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

John Espinosa:The Electric Animal Sculptures

Los Angeles based artist John Espinosa works primarily in sculpture and installation.  Much of his work often involves nature and animals in general.  Thus it can be easy to tie his art to ideas of ecology and the environment.  However, Espinosa’s artwork also really seems to be rather personal.  In his artwork he is often concerned with ideas of knowledge and belief, but particularly the way in which they exist between people.  Several of his sculptures depict animals joined by a jagged electric-like structure, as if communicating or interacting through it.  At times the animals seem frightened or aggressive and other times as if in the middle of a trance.  Yet they are all still joined, perhaps a reference to shared belief systems.

Fun. Animals x lasers = win.

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hansbuetow:

mymodernmet:

Photographer Martin Klimas captured the exact moment of these kung-fu porcelain figurines shattering on the ground, resulting in chaotically beautiful images.

"From a height of three meters, these objects were dropped on the ground, and the sound of their shattering tripped the shutter release.”

This is awesome. Have seen these around all my life collecting dust… But not like this.

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I remember when Crash Bandicoot was Sony (Playstation)’s contender for best videogame franchise-mascot… Against Sonic and Mario.

I remember when Crash Bandicoot was Sony (Playstation)’s contender for best videogame franchise-mascot… Against Sonic and Mario.

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sophiefranz:

Thumbnailing/doodling.

Note to self: doodle like this.

sophiefranz:

Thumbnailing/doodling.

Note to self: doodle like this.