natalikoromotoart:

I’m having a GIVEAWAY! Spring clean your rooms and decorate them with new artwork, and cool stickers. :) I’m giving away 2 packages! so I’ll be selecting two winners.

Package #1: Set of 3 5x7 postcards, 3 stickers, and a 1 inch button.

Package #2: Set of 2 5x7 postcards, 6 stickers, and 1 inch button.

All you need to do is reblog this post for a chance of winning these very packages! Giveaway ends May 22nd a month from now!!! ✎………….✉

~ooooooohh~

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jilliantamaki:

An embroidery for Planadviser magazine.
AD SooJin Buzelli, who has a tumblr now (sbuzelli)!

ooooohhh shiiiittttt, jillian tamaki strikes again! … damn, i love embroidered illustrations so much.

jilliantamaki:

An embroidery for Planadviser magazine.

AD SooJin Buzelli, who has a tumblr now (sbuzelli)!

ooooohhh shiiiittttt, jillian tamaki strikes again! … damn, i love embroidered illustrations so much.

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estrhng:

Around a month or two ago, I started a project that would explore everywhere I’ve lived + the memories I associate with those places.

This is the first in the series– a look back to my childhood spent in Arcadia, California. 

A run-through of all the objects I painted + what particular memories they stand for: 

1. Barbie roller skates - They were used+given to me by a friend who, one time, made me electrocute myself by convincing me to stick a key inside an electric outlet.

2. Beach shovel + pail - Family beach trips + playing in the sand.

3. Dolphin - Holly Avenue Elementary School’s mascot. We moved right before I would have been placed in the Gifted+Talented program.

4. Runaway note - I “ran away” from home once. Really, though, I just sat outside the apartment + cried. 

5. Zebra finch - We had two as pets. My dad told us they escaped when he was cleaning out the bird cage. They probably died, instead.

6. Red nail polish - Our upstairs neighbor babysat my sister+me & would paint our nails while watching The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. 

7. Red fence - It was tall + closed off our apartment’s front entrance. I’d climb over it sometimes because I forgot the key to the lock.

8. Watermelon - When I was a kid, my family called me the Watermelon Queen because I loved watermelon so much, I’d eat the white rinds.

9. Mom’s cacti + other plants - I liked the aloe vera because it healed all my cuts.

10. Carpenter bee - Swarms of them would hover around the passion flower bush planted to one side of our apartment complex’s lawn. 

11. Earthworm - When it rained, I’d always go outside to collect all the earthworms. Then, I’d pile them inside this hollow metal pole outside the apartment’s front entrance.

12. Winnie, the wiener dog - My parents ran a mini-market called Alta Dena, and one of their employees asked us to take care of her dog for a week. I loved Winnie.

13. Stolen mail - I stole my neighbor’s mail once. Inside were two Jesus cards, and one of them had a picture of golden retriever puppies on them. I kept that one.

14. Monkey bars - My favorite school playground equipment was always the monkey bars. I had the tough, blistery hands to prove it, too.

15. Cookie - I was a Girl Scout. I was really shy about knocking doors + selling people cookies.

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nivbavarsky:

figure studies

nivbavarsky:

figure studies

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nivbavarsky:

pool

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dlhestr:

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*~*~* S p r i n g _ i s _ h e r e *~*~*

I’m finally out of hibernation (from winter + being in a slump)! & hereby present you my choice of song + doodle friend of the week~~~

Yes, I did dreamt myself groovin’ in the starz w/ my bunny friendz— with & without listening to the song. Maybe not, but who wouldn’t want to be?

Enjoy ///// ☽☀

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thismarks-theend:

Natasha Durley

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kalidraws:

You guys have all heard of Lumberjanes by now, right? 
I’m happy to say that my exclusive cover for Lumberjanes #1 is for sale at Challengers Comics in Chicago (my hometown!) coinciding with Noelle's signing there this past weekend. I think the whole Lumberjanes crew is ace and I'm excited to have contributed to such a girl-positive comics series, drawn and written by awesome ladies!

I’ve been watching a lot of River Monsters and I really liked the idea of setting the Lumberjanes off on a canoeing adventure with an unexpected catch. I’ve since been informed that the canoe I drew totally looks like a vagina. It was unintentional, but I’m more than ok with that! By ladies for ladies, amirite??

kalidraws:

You guys have all heard of Lumberjanes by now, right?
I’m happy to say that my exclusive cover for Lumberjanes #1 is for sale at Challengers Comics in Chicago (my hometown!) coinciding with Noelle's signing there this past weekend. I think the whole Lumberjanes crew is ace and I'm excited to have contributed to such a girl-positive comics series, drawn and written by awesome ladies!

I’ve been watching a lot of River Monsters and I really liked the idea of setting the Lumberjanes off on a canoeing adventure with an unexpected catch. I’ve since been informed that the canoe I drew totally looks like a vagina. It was unintentional, but I’m more than ok with that! By ladies for ladies, amirite??

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worldexperience:

Chris Hagan

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pingszoo:

youthindecline:

I’m delighted to share the cover to our latest issue of Frontier, the fabulous FRONTIER #4: PING ZHU
The issue features the first print collection of work from the extremely talented and versatile illustrator, Ping Zhu! Created for Youth in Decline, Frontier #4: Ping Zhu features a menagerie of delightful doodles, paintings, landscapes, and dogs.
The issue is made up of 32 color pages, including an artist interview. Frontier #4: Ping Zhu debuts at MoCCA Arts Festival 2014 on April 5th in New York City. The issue will ship to our beloved subscribers the week after the fest, and available for direct purchase on our site http://www.youthindecline.com/ soon after.
Frontier is a quarterly art and comics monograph series, highlighting a collection of exciting and challenging new work by a single artist.

HUMANS, I MADE A BOOK AND I WANT YOU TO SEE IT- come to MoCCA and touch it and say WHAT’S UP! <3

pingszoo:

youthindecline:

I’m delighted to share the cover to our latest issue of Frontier, the fabulous FRONTIER #4: PING ZHU

The issue features the first print collection of work from the extremely talented and versatile illustrator, Ping Zhu! Created for Youth in Decline, Frontier #4: Ping Zhu features a menagerie of delightful doodles, paintings, landscapes, and dogs.

The issue is made up of 32 color pages, including an artist interview. Frontier #4: Ping Zhu debuts at MoCCA Arts Festival 2014 on April 5th in New York City. The issue will ship to our beloved subscribers the week after the fest, and available for direct purchase on our site http://www.youthindecline.com/ soon after.

Frontier is a quarterly art and comics monograph series, highlighting a collection of exciting and challenging new work by a single artist.

HUMANS, I MADE A BOOK AND I WANT YOU TO SEE IT- come to MoCCA and touch it and say WHAT’S UP! <3

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