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24 Oct 00:00

Houston

'Oh, hey Mom. No, nothing important, just at work.'
23 Oct 04:00

Giving In


Really wanted to channel in my Old "I Just Discovered Johnny The Homicidal Maniac" Phase of drawing for this one. Not detailed enough, but dammit I tried with the head and eyes and such. Well! Anywho! More next week.



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24 Oct 05:00

#1071; Old Dog, Oldest Trick

by David Malki

21 Oct 16:56

Michael Kerbow, Paintings. Paintings by artist Michael Kerbow...

Randy Laue

Possibly disturbing imagery, I guess.







Michael Kerbow, Paintings.

Paintings by artist Michael Kerbow that seem to depict a future rife with unsupervised consumption.  See more below.

Michael Kerbow

Michael Kerbow

Michael Kerbow

Michael Kerbow

Michael Kerbow

Michael Kerbow

Michael Kerbow: Website

21 Oct 18:13

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21 Oct 19:37

DIY Geometric Paper Masks by Steve Wintercroft

by Christopher Jobson

DIY Geometric Paper Masks by Steve Wintercroft paper masks Halloween geometric

DIY Geometric Paper Masks by Steve Wintercroft paper masks Halloween geometric

DIY Geometric Paper Masks by Steve Wintercroft paper masks Halloween geometric

DIY Geometric Paper Masks by Steve Wintercroft paper masks Halloween geometric
Photo by Fearless Photography

DIY Geometric Paper Masks by Steve Wintercroft paper masks Halloween geometric
Photo by Fearless Photography

DIY Geometric Paper Masks by Steve Wintercroft paper masks Halloween geometric

DIY Geometric Paper Masks by Steve Wintercroft paper masks Halloween geometric
Photo by Fearless Photography

Need to do Halloween on a budget this year? Designer Steve Wintercroft has a series of inexpensive geometric mask templates that you can download, print, and color. From animals and skulls to stormtroopers and faces, he has a little bit of everything over on his Etsy page. (via NotCot, This Isn’t Happiness), All Things Paper

18 Oct 18:52

-What's the most important thing in a woman?

by powermovetricks
Randy Laue

Nsfw language

19 Oct 18:25

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17 Oct 18:28

New Wooden Cityscapes Sculpted with a Bandsaw by James McNabb

by Christopher Jobson

New Wooden Cityscapes Sculpted with a Bandsaw by James McNabb wood sculpture architecture

New Wooden Cityscapes Sculpted with a Bandsaw by James McNabb wood sculpture architecture

New Wooden Cityscapes Sculpted with a Bandsaw by James McNabb wood sculpture architecture

New Wooden Cityscapes Sculpted with a Bandsaw by James McNabb wood sculpture architecture

New Wooden Cityscapes Sculpted with a Bandsaw by James McNabb wood sculpture architecture

New Wooden Cityscapes Sculpted with a Bandsaw by James McNabb wood sculpture architecture

New Wooden Cityscapes Sculpted with a Bandsaw by James McNabb wood sculpture architecture

New Wooden Cityscapes Sculpted with a Bandsaw by James McNabb wood sculpture architecture

New Wooden Cityscapes Sculpted with a Bandsaw by James McNabb wood sculpture architecture

New Wooden Cityscapes Sculpted with a Bandsaw by James McNabb wood sculpture architecture

Furniture-maker-turned-sculptor James McNabb (previously) just opened a new exhibition of work titled Metros at Robert Fontaine Gallery in Miami. McNabb continues his exploration of architectural shapes using an improvised form of woodworking frequently described as “sketching with a bandsaw.” Without regard to the design or stability a true architect might utilize, he instead works with more abstract shapes cut from repurposed and exotic woods which in turn become component pieces for larger sculptures resembling wheels or tables. McNabb shares via email:

I compare hyperrealistic painting to fine woodworking. Both are slow, tedious, detail oriented process that require great care and consideration through every stage of making. In contrast, I compare my style of rapid bandsaw mark making to the fast paced nature of spray can art. It’s my attempt at “urban woodworking”.

Metros will be on view through October 28, 2014 and you can see more of McNabb’s recent work right here.

20 Oct 09:00

Secret Menu

by Wes + Tony

''YOU EVER BEEN DR. PEPPER BOARDED?''

Hey everyone! Here are some items from the SUPER secret menu, that you should order next time you get a chance:

A Burger with EXTRA Cheese – Like a burger, but with additional cheese!

A Burrito – Ordered from a burger place, they are legally required to go find one.

Ghost Droppings – Glowing traces of the supernatural, usually from fast food joints with a long, storied history or built above a burial ground.

A Whole Turkey – Keep in mind for Thanksgiving!

A Car Tire – Bring an appetite!

“Actually, two of those” – This secret phrase doubles the quantity of the previous item.

An Empty Bag – Save yourself the trouble of eating anything.

A Car Tire with Cheese – Bring an appetite, plus cheese!

So when you’re choking down cheese-soaked rubber, think of me!

Wes

20 Oct 04:00

October 20, 2014

Randy Laue

Zack is browsing Wikipedia for jokes now: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interesting_number_paradox Granted, he repurposed it well.


Thanks so much to LSC, and to everyone who came out for BAHFest. We hope you all had a grand time!
19 Oct 19:36

Amazing song based on the lyrcis I wrote in this old Gunshow...



Amazing song based on the lyrcis I wrote in this old Gunshow comic. Song by slothtrop

18 Oct 10:04

Lol those rolls though!

by Alberth Juarez
17 Oct 14:56

Pixel art nível master

by IdeaFixa

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Pixel Tumblr.

Octavi Navarro é um artista e ilustrador que mora em Barcelona, Espanha, e trata os 8 bits dos jogos de video game dos ano 1980 e 1990 com muita seriedade. Na verdade, ele leva o conceito a um tipo de gourmetização dos 8 bits no tumblr que alimenta com os painéis complexos que contam pequenas histórias. A quantidade de detalhes e a criatividade da narrativa são impressionantes.

 

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17 Oct 17:16

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14 Oct 15:56

Small Gods

by boulet
13 Oct 06:29

Halloween decorating tips.



Halloween decorating tips.

17 Oct 12:32

If you don't revise properly...You Shall Not Pass!

by ChewValleyMedia
17 Oct 18:34

I recently announced that I’m ending my comic Gunshow at...



I recently announced that I’m ending my comic Gunshow at the end of the year so when that happens, you’ll probably see more dumb lil comics on here. get ready suckers 

15 Oct 17:41

vhord: vhord: strictly nature



vhord:

vhord:
strictly nature
15 Oct 23:29

diffuxe: Following back

16 Oct 19:51

Nicholas Dehghani, Illustrations. Here are some spectacular...











Nicholas Dehghani, Illustrations.

Here are some spectacular illustrations by Nicholas Dehghani who is also creative directory at the French art collective CRCR.  You can see more of these awesome illustrations below.

Nicholas Dehghani

Nicholas Dehghani

Nicholas Dehghani

Nicholas Dehghani

Nicholas Dehghani

Nicholas Dehghani: Tumblr

12 Oct 23:00

Strange Contraption Containing A Band

by noreply@blogger.com (Joanne Casey)
11 Oct 17:00

Stephen Campbell - Trance Bass

by noreply@blogger.com (Joanne Casey)
14 Oct 18:00

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27 Sep 23:00

Otamatone Greensleeves

by noreply@blogger.com (Joanne Casey)
Randy Laue

Again. Again and again until you accept this as your inevitable fate.

16 Oct 08:27

Scared of the Dark

by alex

Scared of the Dark

07 Oct 20:38

Wasp's head eating a banana

by Smokeyfish
15 Oct 04:00

long story short: everyone you've ever loved evolved to breathe bacteria farts

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14 Oct 04:00

Splinter


The HORROR!!! Continues.... This one is called "Splinter" but there is another movie called "Splinter" that was made in 2008 near where I used to live in Oklahoma City. They even had a premiere at the Art Gallery downtown for it. It's a really decent body horror/monster flick. Look it up however you can!! BOO!!!! SEE YOU THURSDAY!



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