1. (Source: notalkingplz, via notalkingplz)

     

  2. paperbeatsscissors:

    my main on kart.

     

  3. austinkleon:

    Hans Hofmann Drawings

    Boston Globe:

    Executed with a matchstick dipped in ink, and sometimes made on the fly in his roadster, the drawings come across as breezy finger exercises. The more you look at them, though, the more you see… Most of the works here were made in the 1930s, soon after Hofmann emigrated from Germany. He was in his 50s, so to call these drawings “early” seems a misnomer.

    More on Hofmann here.

    Filed under: drawing

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  4. cowsgomoose:

    "I’m D-N-A- - - anyways, It’s DANDY!"

    I was busy being amazed by one of my favorite Ink artists ever, Metteo Scalera, and I just got that urge to make some inks of my own. It feels good to ink again, it’s been so long!

     

  5. obscurevideogames:

    select - The Outfoxies (Namco - arcade - 1995)

     


  6. cowsgomoose:

    Hey… this is a real question… I don’t mean it in any bad way, just very curious. Do you artist folk who do commissions make enough from them to regularly pay bills and maybe even be able to live on your own? Do you have other jobs you do on the side (such as restaurant jobs, etc. Obviously not…

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  10. comicsworkbook:

    Raymond Pettibon