Install Theme
Freddie Prinze Jr. in glasses.

Freddie Prinze Jr. in glasses.

myrabbitran:

the lady of the lake

myrabbitran:

the lady of the lake

My friend Owen switched out the audio on the original vid, which originally featured part of a Dvorak piece.

maskandmachete:

i will never trust a witch-cop or their animal familiars

maskandmachete:

i will never trust a witch-cop or their animal familiars

(via griffinilla)

rghayati:

Detail shots from Calamus

Ink on paper.

corgihustler:

Clara, Tequila.

corgihustler:

Clara, Tequila.

(via m-azing)

rghayati:

CalamusClient commission. Ink on paper. 8 by 10 inches.

rghayati:

Calamus

Client commission. Ink on paper. 8 by 10 inches.

I didn’t go all in on the box set back in December…. and I’m glad I waited. So excited to finally be able to order (just) Watch Out! on vinyl. That’s my holy grail. Bless this day.

vineayl:

q’d bc school/homework/sleeping/life

vineayl:

q’d bc school/homework/sleeping/life

(Source: plnts, via homuralecter)

No Good by Junya Sono Acrylic on wood.

No Good by Junya Sono 

Acrylic on wood.

ocarinzee:

Deities (Sea, Land, Sky)

Pretty cool that Steven Universe had an homage to Utena.

Pretty cool that Steven Universe had an homage to Utena.

rfmmsd:

Artist Collaboration & Project:

Kim Wardenburg Morski, Eric Woods & Carlos Dominguez

"Cherokee Street: A Collaboratory for Edible Ideas"

"Cherokee Street: A Collaboratory for Edible Ideas
Screenprint on tortillas, edible ink, zine
Collaborative Project for 2011 SGCI Conference: Equilibrium
In collaboration with Eric Woods (Firecracker Press) and Carlos Dominguez (Latino Americana)”
"The first 200 individuals to order the "Printmaker’s Special" (three tacos for $2.00) received a zine. The zine contained interviews with residents and business owners of Cherokee Street, postcards, stickers, and other Cherokee Street inspired texts."
"Eric Woods of Firecracker Press letterpress printed excerpts of the interviews onto tissue paper with food-safe inks. It was an exciting way to see their words come together with the images we designed and printed on the tacos."
"The first hungry customers arrived at 5:00 pm, and we continued printing until 11:00 pm. During that 6 hour period, we printed 1,500 tortillas and sold 500 Printmaker’s Specials!"

(Source: kimwardenburg.com)