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blazepress:

This eggshell has more than 20,000 holes drilled into it.
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blazepress:

This eggshell has more than 20,000 holes drilled into it.

briannacherrygarcia:

It would appear that I too have been sucked into drawing adorable baby Groot. #myart #marvel #guardiansofthegalaxy #groot #babygroot #iamgroot #copic
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briannacherrygarcia:

It would appear that I too have been sucked into drawing adorable baby Groot. #myart #marvel #guardiansofthegalaxy #groot #babygroot #iamgroot #copic

siscosfavoritecomics:

The DC Comics 1940’s style Bombshell Variants by Ant Lucia!

He’s a hugger. View high resolution

He’s a hugger.

littledeerling:

what am i doing with my life

Am I a UFO. View high resolution

littledeerling:

what am i doing with my life

Am I a UFO.

Issue 7 →

Hey guys, I know we talk a lot about how artists working “for exposure” is pretty much bullshit, so here’s my shill for the day: This is the showcase for issue 7 of the Wyrd Daze zine. I contribute on there (I do a Douglas Adams-themed vlog called Life, The Universe, and Everything), and subscribers are how we artists get paid. So if you’d like to help out some aspiring artists of weird, unique, haunting, and beautiful art, please consider one of the many subscription options. You can see a lot of the content for free, so you don’t have to dive in without knowing what you’re getting into, but I really think a lot of you would enjoy it. So please try it out, and if you’re feeling generous, subscribe and reblog.

THIS EXPLAINS SO MUCH.

(My name means honeybee. They have always been my favorite little ladies. And we have so much in common.)

 (via Honey bees love coffee, too - I Love Coffee) View high resolution

THIS EXPLAINS SO MUCH.

(My name means honeybee. They have always been my favorite little ladies. And we have so much in common.)

(via Honey bees love coffee, too - I Love Coffee)

archiemcphee:

Pittsburgh, PA-based graphic designer and writer Don Moyer likes to draw things that make him laugh. That’s why he’s been hard at work on a fantastic series of drawings based on traditional blue willow china plate patterns. The designs look authentic except for one extraordinary difference: the otherwise tranquil design on each plate includes some sort of unexpected calamity. It could be an alien invasion or natural disaster. It could be a sea monster or a swarm of bats. It could even be a giant zombie poodle, flying monkeys or robots. There are simply so many ways that disaster might strike.

Moyer calls this awesome ongoing series Calamityware. Two of his designs (the flying monkeys and the giant robot) have been produced as actual porcelain plates thanks to successfully funded Kickstarter projects.

Check out Don Moyer’s Calamityware Flickr set to view more of his designs.

[via Lost at E Minor]

Pittsburgh has a weird sense of humor. I like it here.

mydarling:

illustrations by Alyssa Nassner.
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mydarling:

illustrations by Alyssa Nassner.