thisishangingrockcomics:

i still get a lot of ?s about hand making comics so here’s a little step by step of my tedious process in case you were ever curious

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chubby-punx:

My goal is to be very, very cute but also very, very spooky

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utrujen:

Gareth

utrujen:

Gareth

hoforfoucault:

andy-mats:

spitandtears:


digitalgallery: Tanaka Ryohei
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gallowhill:

Helmut Lang and Jenny Holzer, I Smell You On My Clothes, 1997

Why do you have issues with eating

@Anonymous

toxicwinner:

think it’s cos im a girl raised on earth

yoaves:

sluuugg:

congenitaldisease:

Daniele Watts, an African-American actress who has starred in Hollywood films such as Django Unchained, was “handcuffed and detained” by Los Angeles police officers after being mistaken for a prostitute for kissing her white husband in public.

Are you fucking kidding me? Humans are scum.

"Django Unchained" actress Daniele Watts claims she was accosted by LAPD officers who mistook her for a prostitute. Watts says she was handcuffed Thursday in Studio City. Officers said they detained Watts and her companion after a citizen called and reported that two people were “involved in indecent exposure” in a silver Mercedes. The actress was released after police determined no crime was committed. Watts said she was guilty only of showing affection in public, according to a post on her Facebook page. The actress, who had apparently refused to show identification to officers, posted a picture of herself sobbing next to an LAPD officer. Her male companion wrote on Facebook that because she is black and he is white, onlookers assumed them to be a prostitute and a client. 

yoaves:

sluuugg:

congenitaldisease:

Daniele Watts, an African-American actress who has starred in Hollywood films such as Django Unchained, was “handcuffed and detained” by Los Angeles police officers after being mistaken for a prostitute for kissing her white husband in public.

Are you fucking kidding me? Humans are scum.

"Django Unchained" actress Daniele Watts claims she was accosted by LAPD officers who mistook her for a prostitute. 

Watts says she was handcuffed Thursday in Studio City. Officers said they detained Watts and her companion after a citizen called and reported that two people were “involved in indecent exposure” in a silver Mercedes. 

The actress was released after police determined no crime was committed. 

Watts said she was guilty only of showing affection in public, according to a post on her Facebook page. The actress, who had apparently refused to show identification to officers, posted a picture of herself sobbing next to an LAPD officer. 

Her male companion wrote on Facebook that because she is black and he is white, onlookers assumed them to be a prostitute and a client. 

robertnedeljkovic:

huffingtonpost:

Jon Stewart’s Priceless Response To Fox News On Ferguson

Jon Stewart is back from vacation, and he’s not wasting any time going after one of his favorite targets: Fox News.

Watch his the full brilliant 10  minute monologue on racism and Ferguson  here. 

I hate ranting on the internet, but fuck it for now..
I am a victim of racial abuse, have been countless times in my short 25-26 years of life, and sadly will be absolutely flabbergasted when I inevitably/unfortunately encounter it again due to it’s ubiquitous nature. Maliciously nitpicking someone based on the colour of their skin, or the shape of their eyes, or anything generally associated with non-caucasian physical attributes is easily the lowest and scummiest form of human existence and expression. The prevalence of racism leaves me highly anxious and terrified; to the point of entirely avoiding “patriotic” public holidays/celebrations by boxing myself in my bedroom until the day is compeltely over, and safe to enter the world again as the half Filipino+half Serbian and 100% Australian born person that I am…one of the saddest parts is that I love saying, “I am Australian” but I don’t think I’ll ever be able to truly claim it like the “patriots” do. My accent isn’t occa, my skin is brown, I have a Serbian surname, I was born in Waratah N.S.W but I’m frequently questioned “where are you from?” rather than being assumed as an “Australian” in this apparent and self-proclaimed multicultural country…I don’t know how I could be any more multicultural ffs?

**also, I’m not trying to compare myself to the obvious severity of the Ferguson shooting and it’s victims, if anything I would like to send my condolences to Michael Brown’s family, his close friends and everyone affected by the recent discriminatory acts.

I’m just venting and trying to make a point of the total unjust extensiveness of racism throughout the world and my home country. It is real. It’s terrifying, damaging, futile, infantile, fatal, morally/ethically unsound and worst of all it’s obviously applicable everywhere, E V E R Y W H E R E…fuck.  

Finally, I don’t want to end this on a totally dystopian front because I’m always trying to be somewhat of an optimist and will try to find glimmers of hope in humanity (not in a god, nor any gods) which I have :) … the people who I call my mates are what shine bright to me, who all come from various backgrounds, each posses their own talents and thoughts, are all just as beautiful as each other, and most importantly, have allowed and accepted me as the person that I am with nil prejudices and for that I will love and appreciate them till the very end.

http://shannonwest.tumblr.com/post/97552352225/ex-libertine-just-found-out-that-somebody-i

gronk69:

ex-libertine:

Just found out that somebody I have known for years, who tormented me in high school and has always had deeply problematic attitudes towards women, has been outed for beating his girlfriend. He is part of the same group of dudes as my ex, who was abusive on numerous occasions,…

Fuck the newcastle “hardcore” scene seriously. Ignoring the fact that they listen to hardcore-for-people-that-don’t-really-like-hardcore, they are all wimpy, limp dicked white boys that hit women because they are too timid to do it to a man. I’m sorry for every girl that has had to deal with them since high school.
lizzienagydraws:

hex-wife:

hex appeal are playing this super excellent artist showcase for the brilliant group exhibition i didn’t want flowers, i wanted you to fuck me. it’s our first time playing in the big smoke alongside fantastic aural & visual female artists & i’m super excited to be part of this. we play on the 18th of october but the exhibition runs from the 13th to the 19th so don’t miss out! check it out;

Women’s mental health is an area much stigmatised though socially ingrained ideas of “female hysteria”. For women artists suffering from mental illness, finding safe spaces free of this prejudice to showcase their work can prove extremely difficult. 
This is why Anthea LeBrocq, an activist for women and young people in the arts, has taken it upon herself to put together the inaugural exhibition of ‘I Didn’t Want Flowers, I Wanted You To Fuck Me’. Featuring 15 talented young women, the exhibition provides space for each artist to creatively express their experiences with anxiety, depression, borderline personality disorder, and addiction.While more women than men are affected by mental illness in Australia, the self-stigmatisation of young women with mental disorders is still highly prevalent. This stems from a culturally internalised reaction to dismiss to women’s mental issues as just “hysteria” or “overreacting”.
'I Didn't Want Flowers, I Wanted You To Fuck Me' aims to create a space free from this stigma - the exhibition will be partnering with Sydney Grrrls Club, an organisation devoted towards placing an honest, respectful and safe environment for young women online and Grrrls To The Front Festival, a celebration of women in the arts.'I Didn't Want Flowers, I Wanted You To Fuck Me' will run from October 13th to 19th at TAP Gallery, Burton Street Darlinghurst, and features work by Lizzie Nagy, Leah Jean, Ellie Rose, Amelia Rose, Georgia Denton, Ellen Virgona, Alexis Aquino, Anthea LeBrocq, Maddy Carroll, Maddy Young, Susanna Rose Sykes, Arielle Nguyen, Renae Titchmarsh, Naomi Beveridge and Alice Amsel.Opening night is on the 13th of October and will run from 6-9 PM, with complimentary alcoholic refreshments.


All of this is good!

I drew this thing and will have art in this show ^___^

lizzienagydraws:

hex-wife:

hex appeal are playing this super excellent artist showcase for the brilliant group exhibition i didn’t want flowers, i wanted you to fuck me. it’s our first time playing in the big smoke alongside fantastic aural & visual female artists & i’m super excited to be part of this. we play on the 18th of october but the exhibition runs from the 13th to the 19th so don’t miss out! check it out;

Women’s mental health is an area much stigmatised though socially ingrained ideas of “female hysteria”. For women artists suffering from mental illness, finding safe spaces free of this prejudice to showcase their work can prove extremely difficult. 

This is why Anthea LeBrocq, an activist for women and young people in the arts, has taken it upon herself to put together the inaugural exhibition of ‘I Didn’t Want Flowers, I Wanted You To Fuck Me’. Featuring 15 talented young women, the exhibition provides space for each artist to creatively express their experiences with anxiety, depression, borderline personality disorder, and addiction.
While more women than men are affected by mental illness in Australia, the self-stigmatisation of young women with mental disorders is still highly prevalent. This stems from a culturally internalised reaction to dismiss to women’s mental issues as just “hysteria” or “overreacting”.

'I Didn't Want Flowers, I Wanted You To Fuck Me' aims to create a space free from this stigma - the exhibition will be partnering with Sydney Grrrls Club, an organisation devoted towards placing an honest, respectful and safe environment for young women online and Grrrls To The Front Festival, a celebration of women in the arts.

'I Didn't Want Flowers, I Wanted You To Fuck Me' will run from October 13th to 19th at TAP Gallery, Burton Street Darlinghurst, and features work by Lizzie Nagy, Leah Jean, Ellie Rose, Amelia Rose, Georgia Denton, Ellen Virgona, Alexis Aquino, Anthea LeBrocq, Maddy Carroll, Maddy Young, Susanna Rose Sykes, Arielle Nguyen, Renae Titchmarsh, Naomi Beveridge and Alice Amsel.

Opening night is on the 13th of October and will run from 6-9 PM, with complimentary alcoholic refreshments.

All of this is good!

I drew this thing and will have art in this show ^___^

euo:

Drowning Dress (detail)Susan Jamison

euo:

Drowning Dress (detail)
Susan Jamison

cool-confusion:

Tavi Gevinson photographed by Petra Collins for i-D

cool-confusion:

Tavi Gevinson photographed by Petra Collins for i-D