4:44 pm - Tue, Jul 29, 2014
Spent a lot of time at comic con looking for a good Desk Thing™ and found this on the last day. I don’t know what it is, I don’t know what the symbol on the front means, but I like it.

Spent a lot of time at comic con looking for a good Desk Thing™ and found this on the last day. I don’t know what it is, I don’t know what the symbol on the front means, but I like it.

6:45 pm - Sat, Jul 26, 2014
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dwdesign:

Screen printed poster for the anime Ghost in the Shell. Released and sold by Mondo at San Diego Comic Con today to celebrate the 25th anniversary of this classic. Being a big fan of the film it was a great honor to work with this.

I just saw this at the Mondo booth, and my honest-to-God, out loud reaction, was, “Oh, come ON.”

Hey Killian, your stuff is killer, but I’m not made out of money over here. How about you cool it for a while, ok?

(cc: dwdesign mondotees)

dwdesign:

Screen printed poster for the anime Ghost in the Shell. Released and sold by Mondo at San Diego Comic Con today to celebrate the 25th anniversary of this classic. Being a big fan of the film it was a great honor to work with this.

I just saw this at the Mondo booth, and my honest-to-God, out loud reaction, was, “Oh, come ON.” Hey Killian, your stuff is killer, but I’m not made out of money over here. How about you cool it for a while, ok? (cc: dwdesign mondotees)
10:44 pm - Wed, Jul 23, 2014
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11:41 am - Fri, Jul 18, 2014
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More new New Pornographers. New new.

6:36 pm - Sat, Jul 12, 2014
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jakewyattriot:

I just finished one of these Where’s-Waldo-style splash pages for Ms Marvel #7, and decided I’d post this older one to celebrate. It’s from the Indestructible Hulk Special Issue #1. 2013. Colors by the ever-vibrant Jordie Bellaire and drawing by Me.
Pages like this are fun, but they do take a HATEFUL amount of time to draw.

Welp. Add Ms Marvel to the list of books to check out.

jakewyattriot:

I just finished one of these Where’s-Waldo-style splash pages for Ms Marvel #7, and decided I’d post this older one to celebrate. It’s from the Indestructible Hulk Special Issue #1. 2013. Colors by the ever-vibrant Jordie Bellaire and drawing by Me.

Pages like this are fun, but they do take a HATEFUL amount of time to draw.

Welp. Add Ms Marvel to the list of books to check out.

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1:51 pm - Mon, Jul 7, 2014
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sachinteng:

 ’Mukashi Mukashi’ & ‘A New Tenant’

I was asked to contribute to the Heroes in A Half Shell: A TMNT Tribute Exhibition for Gallery Nucleus, which will be opening this Saturday.

I thought it would be fun to show Splinter and crew with Shredder’s vanquished helmet, only kicking it back to the feudal age of Japan it’s based off of. No mutations and a samurai helmet.

I grew up with the 90’s TMNT and finding out that the new Krang was no longer the campy robot kangaroo pouch with alien brain baby left me nostalgic. It felt like Krang had left his out dated model back in ‘87 for a shiny new ride, and I couldn’t help thinking it’s probably still sitting around somewhere collecting dust, overgrown with plants.

1:24 pm - Sun, Jul 6, 2014
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papermagazine:

Barbara Kruger’s Questions.

papermagazine:

Barbara Kruger’s Questions.

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4:06 pm - Sat, Jul 5, 2014
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dreammeup:

Stephen Shore
"La Brea Avenue and Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, June 21, 1975" (1975)
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dreammeup:

Stephen Shore

"La Brea Avenue and Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, June 21, 1975" (1975)

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9:06 pm - Wed, Jun 25, 2014
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Perhaps this is why creative people are singularly vulnerable every time they put their art — whatever its nature — into the world. Without the shield of, say, a Ph.D. to point to and say, “But look, I’m real,” it’s all too easy to hang our merit and worth and realness on the opinions of others — opinions often mired in their own insecurities and vulnerabilities, which at the most malignant extreme manifest as people’s tendency to make themselves feel big by making others feel small, make themselves feel real by making others feel unreal… When one is forced to be one’s own judge, one also tends to be one’s worst critic, and any outside fuel in the engine of self-criticism feels equally potent… Cultivating discipline and clarity in one’s self-assessment is of tremendous, soul-saving importance. It’s the ability, acquired through practice, of seeing one’s work for what it is — whether proud-making or imperfect or, quite often, both — by one’s own standards, and not to hang the fullness of one’s heart or the stability of one’s soul on those external opinions and definitions.
Some thoughts on the creative life, inspired by Anna Deavere Smith (via explore-blog)

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