dannybrito:

Bee and PuppyCat Part 1 on Cartoon Hangover (by CartoonHangover)

If you don’t watch this RIGHT NOW, I don’t love you anymore.

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I forgot to show ya’ll the zine my friend Meg & I made. 
:)

I forgot to show ya’ll the zine my friend Meg & I made.
:)

Oh my gatos, They Might Be Giants!
You shared my art on your facebook. :D

Oh my gatos, They Might Be Giants!

You shared my art on your facebook. :D

A plan for a screen print based on a quote from John Green’s “Paper Towns”. 

This is from a series of prints that are based on traditional tattoo designs mashed up with pop culture. So, if it looks like it should belong on a cool person’s back, that is why!

So, what do you think?

A plan for a screen print based on a quote from John Green’s “Paper Towns”.

This is from a series of prints that are based on traditional tattoo designs mashed up with pop culture. So, if it looks like it should belong on a cool person’s back, that is why!

So, what do you think?

I am planning on making a screen print of this. 

The cypress tree composition in the background is a reference to Van Gogh. :)

Thoughts?

I am planning on making a screen print of this.

The cypress tree composition in the background is a reference to Van Gogh. :)

Thoughts?

Hey, I made this stop motion animation a while ago! Take a look!

spacezine:

Fellow teen and space ziner Lindsay Riley made this stop motion animation video with fellow ziner Meg Brown.

It’s about bookworms dancing.

Did y’all watch that stop motion animation I made a while back???

It’s about bookworms!

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Altered a jackalope print.

Mixed media printmaking, painting & drawing.

Altered a jackalope print.

Mixed media printmaking, painting & drawing.

Lino-cut based on They Might Be Giants’ song “Birdhouse in Your Soul” from a series of prints based on tattoo designs.

Lino-cut based on They Might Be Giants’ song “Birdhouse in Your Soul” from a series of prints based on tattoo designs.

What they [those who feel connections in life, and less shame] had in common was a sense of courage. and I want to separate courage and bravery for you for a minute courage the original definition…[it is] to tell the story of who you really are with your whole heart. And so these folks had, very simply, the courage to be imperfect. They had the compassion to be kind to themselves first and then to others, because as it turns out we can’t practice compassion with other people if we can’t treat ourselves kindly, and the last is that they had connection. And this was the hard part, as a result of authenticity they were willing to let go of who they thought they should be in order to be who they were… you have to absolutely do that for a connection. The other thing that they had in common was this: vulnerability. They fully embraced vulnerability. They believed that what made them vulnerable made them beautiful….. They talked about the willingness of saying I love you first. The willingness to do something when there are no guarantees… They thought this was fundamental.

Brene Brown, TED Talk

(I feel like this quote is easily related to the ‘really me movement’)

I want everyone to read and internalize this?

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This stuffed robot is in the 50 cent crane game at the richmond krogers. 

I want it so bad. Someone go win it for me?

This stuffed robot is in the 50 cent crane game at the richmond krogers.

I want it so bad. Someone go win it for me?

A tiny doodle noncomic about how I hate cosmic oasis for pretending to make bubble tea & actually making poop.

A tiny doodle noncomic about how I hate cosmic oasis for pretending to make bubble tea & actually making poop.

Doodle of my boyfriend & meeee

Doodle of my boyfriend & meeee

spacezine:

Who is in the mood for depressed astronauts? 
Lindsay’s ‘unrelenting necessity’ 

Sometimes I reblog my own Space Zine posts because THAT’S WHAT I DO. LOOK AT MY ART. REMEMBER WHEN I WAS COOL AND MADE STUFF? THE DATE ON THAT IS DECEMBER OF 2009.
2009.
I’m a failure, guys.
Just like this astronaut.

spacezine:

Who is in the mood for depressed astronauts? 

Lindsay’s ‘unrelenting necessity’ 

Sometimes I reblog my own Space Zine posts because THAT’S WHAT I DO. LOOK AT MY ART. REMEMBER WHEN I WAS COOL AND MADE STUFF? THE DATE ON THAT IS DECEMBER OF 2009.

2009.

I’m a failure, guys.

Just like this astronaut.

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spacezine:

My old job made me cry all the time, but I had a manager who was pretty cool. 
One day after he found out I was an ‘artist’, he walked over to my cubicle gave me a disembodied baby doll head. 
It was from his dog’s old chew toy. The dog had finally done the baby doll in and my manager really wanted this baby doll head to look like a zombie. 
The same day that I handed in my resignation, I also gave my manager this zombie-fied baby doll head. 

So, this is the creepy zombie head I painted back in August.
Also, you should totally do me a solid and follow Space Zine’s tumblr. It’s a tumblr we all made for my friend group’s little zine we do sometimes….
and i dunno, there is a part of me that feels proud of that tumblr for absolutely no reason at all so (the distinct lack of a ‘life’ is why… JUST SAYING. SORRY FOR PARTYIN’. )

spacezine:

My old job made me cry all the time, but I had a manager who was pretty cool. 

One day after he found out I was an ‘artist’, he walked over to my cubicle gave me a disembodied baby doll head. 

It was from his dog’s old chew toy. The dog had finally done the baby doll in and my manager really wanted this baby doll head to look like a zombie. 

The same day that I handed in my resignation, I also gave my manager this zombie-fied baby doll head. 

So, this is the creepy zombie head I painted back in August.

Also, you should totally do me a solid and follow Space Zine’s tumblr. It’s a tumblr we all made for my friend group’s little zine we do sometimes….

and i dunno, there is a part of me that feels proud of that tumblr for absolutely no reason at all so (the distinct lack of a ‘life’ is why… JUST SAYING. SORRY FOR PARTYIN’. )

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