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Oliver Smith, Jane Bowles, and Paul Bowles by Irving Penn, 1947.

Oliver Smith, Jane Bowles, and Paul Bowles by Irving Penn, 1947.

(Source: esthetiquemonochrome)

danielclowes:

Assorted bookplates, via:

http://www.bedetheque.com/parabd-auteur-196-BD-Clowes-Daniel.html

Ugly Girls in colour!

Someone said today that the last time he saw them he almost puked from his windpipe vibrating. Personally, hope this happens to me.

Someone said today that the last time he saw them he almost puked from his windpipe vibrating. Personally, hope this happens to me.

(Source: badbeuys)

All my loyalties.

All my loyalties.

ferociousbears:

The best!

perf.

(Source: marriedwchildren, via teenagemicrowave)

Le Danse Macabre / la Danze de la Muerte / Totentanz
from ‘Hiedelberger Totentanz’, 1488

One of the earliest incidences of Danse Macabre printed and bound in a book.

more, & via BibliOdyssey

This is a forward projection of my dead bloated body in 30 years.

This is a forward projection of my dead bloated body in 30 years.

In Hobart for 7 weeks. This is where I’m staying.


Living room - fireplace - everyone has rose bushes so I stole some - leaves turning in the side passage - Rosa the 13 year old pug - the Aurora

Sartre x Emily Hunt

Sartre x Emily Hunt

lawrenceenglish:

ASSISTED CROSSING (PHOTO BY SOICHIRO MIHARA)

lawrenceenglish:

ASSISTED CROSSING (PHOTO BY SOICHIRO MIHARA)

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  • penerasespaper:

    i’m drawing a long comic about the minimum wage for the australian council of trade unions. the caption accompanying this drawing will read “without workers in unions, australia would become a country full of people always working, but always poor”. i’ve been having fun playing with the scrolling function - i remember reading a review of Maus that said that the reason it worked so well is because it had to be a comic - that story couldn’t really be told in any other medium, n that’s what made it so great. i’ve been trying to think of ways of presenting comics online where they have to be on a screen to work, they couldn’t work elsewhere. someone asked if i wanted to make that serco comic into a book, but it would only really work as a long paper scroll, heh

    (Source: timblarity)