1. kanoref:

    1980 雪孩子 雪孩子

    (Source: youtu.be)

     
  2. Iconic (adj.): 1. Of, relating to, or having the character of an icon. 2. Containing an outfit or imagery that is both famous and memorable.

    (Source: salandered, via whorma-bates)

     
  3. atlasobscura:

    How the Ouija Board Got Its Name

    These days, the word “Ouija” conjures up shades of mysticism, Satanic panics, and teenage bedrooms. The origin of the term is supposedly lost in the sands of time, or created out of a compound of the German and French terms for “yes.” But ask Ouija board collector and historian Robert Murch for the real story of the board’s name, and he’ll tell you a different tale — one that connects the board to two intriguing women.

    As one of the world’s most active Ouija board collectors and historians, Murch has been researching the history of the object since the early 1990s. Its origins are cloudy, he explains, rife with he-said-she-said squabbles and family feuds. But at least one part of the story seems clear. Two years ago, Murch discovered a 1919 article in the Baltimore American in which one of the board’s originators, Baltimore businessman Charles Kennard, states how the Ouija got its name.

    “For 20 years I researched the fathers of the Ouija board,” Murch said. “Turns out, it had a mother.”

     
  4. sciencefictiongallery:

    Jeff Jones, 1970.

    (via samatha-vipassana)

     

  5. "Be the kind of woman Glenn Danzig would write about."
     
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  7. Animal Caricature’s of Glenn Danzig (as a Wolf!) and Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein (as a Bear!)

    Done in ink, colored (?) digitally.

     

  8. Anonymous asked: Brian why does it seem that there is such hostility towards woman creators in the comic industry?

    brianmichaelbendis:

    Because no matter what we do there will always be unevolved cowards among us. and the anonymity of the Internet brings out some people’s worst instincts.

      please read my words carefully… I said some people. and its only some people. but those people seem really awful.

     truthfully, it is not just female creators. a lot of people take weird, hateful shit from weird people.  truthfully, honestly, a lot of us get showered with lovely thoughts all day as well but the sickening stuff stands out because… it just does.

    but I think that all of us would hope that we would have gotten to a place as a society where our mothers, sisters, daughters and wives could go on the Internet without having to worry about being called a whore for having an opinion.

     I think what rattles most of us in the comic book community is the fact that someone could read a bunch of comic books, with very specific, simple moral themes with highly moral characters, fighting the fight for good, and COMPLETELY MISS THE POINT.

     you know what Capt. America would never do? he would never go on the Internet anonymously and slam anyone.

    the point of the stories, the good ones :-), is to show us what we could be. not to waddle around in the minutia of comic book science but to enjoy a world were someone is fighting the good fight.  a world we hope we could live in one day.

     just because you are posting anonymously doesn’t mean that those thoughts are not yours.  it is not role-play, it is not a character, that is who you really are.  that is the energy you are putting out in the world. this isn’t some mask you are hiding behind… this is who you REALLY ARE.

    and if who you really are is a bully, anonymous or not, I truly feel bad for you. I really do. I feel bad that you’re hurting so badly that you think you need to do this.  

    but there is NO excuse to attempt to punish others under the cloak of anonymous. none. 

    truth

     
  9. Exercise for utilizing rubbings for textures.

    done with graphite.

     
  10. "Vigilante of Breakfast Cakes"

    Black Prismacolor

    2013

    Almost forgot about this guy! the goal was to use textured rubbings in an effective way. I dig the mask and shirt.