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Sweeter Than Beespit

A Blog of things I've done
I want to do
Or would do if I knew where to begin...

sharkeishaa:

My sister texted my dad yesterday asking to go to the mall and he said “i guess so” but today he took it back so she printed the text and this was the result

(Source: snowborter, via punchsatan)

SMS stream of consciousness from someone on mushrooms at Comic-Con.

ceciliajane:

nickholmes:

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source (thanks @lauratiz)

I think they planned this moment in their lives.

"The rising new forces of consumer manipulation—mass media, mass entertainment, national advertising, the fashion and beauty industries, popular psychology—all seized upon women’s yearnings for independence and equality and redirected them to the marketplace. Over and over, mass merchandisers promised women an ersatz version of emancipation, the fulfillment of individual, and aspirational, desire. Why mount a collective protest against the exploitations of the workplace when it was so much more gratifying—not to mention easier—to advance yourself (and only yourself) by shopping for “liberating” products that expressed your “individuality” and signaled your (seemingly) elevated class status?"
The Death of Desdemona by Eugène Delacroix [1858]

The Death of Desdemona by Eugène Delacroix [1858]

"I used to think the worst thing in life is to end up all alone. It’s not. The worst thing in life is to end up with people who make you feel all alone."
- ― Robin Williams (via mouthful-of-quartz)

(Source: psych-quotes, via mouthful-of-quartz)

outofsteparts:

Some progress snapshots of Liz Suburbia’s SACRED HEART due out from Fantagraphics Summer 2015.

Anonymous said: if i asked really nicely would you post a selfie?

It’s possible.

tasselsbytabby said: Thanks so much for sharing my new shop!! :')

no sweat!  And I’m glad to give the support!

tslncl:

Corsican vendetta knife with floral detail. Che la mia ferita sia mortals. “may my wound be deadly”.

tslncl:

Corsican vendetta knife with floral detail. Che la mia ferita sia mortals. “may my wound be deadly”.

(Source: anti-romanticismo, via wolfandcrowxvx)

dorianmuseum:

outofsteparts:

OOSA Digest (SDCC Edition)

A few announcements came out of SDCC this past weekend. The first being that Paul Maybury will be starting a new series with Joe Casey at Image. Look for Valhalla Mad sometime in 2015.

Next, Liz Suburbia was finally able to say what she’s been working on for the past several months with Fantagraphics’ announcement that they will be publishing her Sacred Heart story. Go read all about it over at Robot 6.

And even though the word came out about Ming Doyle providing the art for The Kitchen from Vertigo before SDCC, they can now add that it’s being colored by Eisner winner Jordie Bellaire. Those two make a great team!

Nathan Fox will be providing both the cover AND interior art for Vertigo’s FBP #14 coming out in October. 

Alexis Ziritt is doing a cover for BOOM! Studios’ Uncle Grandpa comic later this year.

Dead Letters #4 with art by Chris Visions is out this Wednesday. I’ve added a bunch of Chris’ original art to the OOSA store in the last week or so. Go check it out

Greg Ruth has joined tumblr. Are you following him yet? 

Andrew MacLean continues to show progress shots for the project he’s working on.

Logan Faerber is doing the same for his project.

Toby Cypress did this amazing Jason and the Argonauts piece which will hopefully be available in the print shop soon.

Speaking of the OOSA Print Shop, this is the last week to enter our giveaway contest. Enter for you chance to win a free print! Details are HERE.

Yes, yes, all excellent, yes.

outofsteparts:

gregthingscom:

Drawings for the Criterion Collection’s fantastically comprehensive box set for ZATOICHI: The Blind Swordsman. #gregthings. #gregruth #criterioncollection #samurai #ink

OOSA artist Greg Ruth.

theimaginauts:

Love & Rockets - Art by Jaime Hernandez

theimaginauts:

Love & Rockets - Art by Jaime Hernandez

(via fyloveandrockets)

artchipel:

Palast - SkinDeep (2012)

A study on the body-object, ephemeral sculptures of the human form. Instant bas reliefs recalling of the classic imagery.

(via solangeknowle)

rockhalllibrary:

Celebrate International Zine Month!

The history of zines in popular culture dates back to the mid-twentieth century when science fiction fans created their own publications. By the late 1970s, zines were synonymous with the punk rock DIY attitude – anyone with access to a photocopier could produce a zine about their favorite music. In addition to documenting local or regional fan culture, zines often include interviews with performers and reviews of concerts that cannot be found in mainstream publications, so they make a fantastic and unique popular music research resource!

The 1990s featured a resurgence of 1970s DIY punk attitude which found a home in the Riot Grrrl movement. Zines like Grrrl Germs, Satan Wears a Bra, and Girly Mag fostered local feminist networks and fought against the commercialization of female identities in popular culture.

Images: From Satan Wears a Bra, Gayle Wald Riot Grrrl Collection.

(via spx)