Rejected business plan, 2013.
why is there a fucking tomato in the train
because its the subway
I’VE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS PHOTOSET FOREVER.
best nope in history
This is one of my all-time favorite Nopes.
I don’t really like magic in my cartoons because this is perfect.
"Your rockstar son isn’t bringing it in his big fag hair."
That photo of Dave Foley the “son.”
How about dem apples?
What day is it? Monday? Awh, hell! Let’s just skip ahead and get this up there! LADIES NIGHT: NIGHT OF THE WALKING DREAD is back to regular rotation.
You can buy an 18 page pdf of Kanyegotchi, a little comic made for BCGF 2012 about my two things I’m all about: kanye west & ichigotchi.
Thank to everyone who previously showed interest in buying it and those who have bought it already! Yall are the best ♡
Kanyegotchi is a must read.
Oh man, Tamaslash is back
"Muffstache Rides Again" from the zine What Else Are Girlfriends For?
2013, soft-premiere at SPX but here it is for the internet and to encourage me to start posting weekly again while I continue to brew big ideas behind the scenes.
I downloaded the entire series of Full House and for some reason this one has subtitles that I can’t turn off that say trivial facts about Bob Saget
One of the weirdest collaborations by Aganetha Dyck:
'First, a clarification; I am not a beekeeper. I rent the colonies of honeybees, bee hives, and apiary space from a qualified beekeeper. All my work with honeybees is overseen by a scientist and is always completed under the direction of a beekeeper. The beekeeper takes care of the bees. I am an artist interested in environmental issues and in inter-species communication, specifically interested in the power of the small. My ongoing research asks questions regarding the ramifications all living beings would experience should honey bees disappear from earth.
To begin a collaborative project with the honeybees, I choose a slightly broken object or damaged material from a second hand market place. I choose damaged objects because honeybees are meticulous beings, they continuously mend anything around them and they do pay attention to detail. To encourage the honeybees to communicate, I strategically add wax or honey, propolis or hand-made honeycomb patterns to the objects prior to placing them into their hives. At least I like to think my methods are strategic. The honeybees often think otherwise and respond to what is placed within their hive in ways that make my mind reel.
At times, the honeybees encourage me to add or delete honeycomb after they have worked on an object. As an example, by overextending their honeycomb, the honeybees encourage me to sculpt into this mass of waxed cell construction and return it to them for further consideration.’
via The Jealous Curator