La Floja
Art appreciated by Jessica Agüero.
La Floja
  • likeafieldmouse:

Do-Ho Suh - Myselves (2013)
  • likeafieldmouse:

    Do-Ho Suh - Myselves (2013)

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  • quevonito:

A doodle that resulted from doing a purposefully shitty job with the levels in Photoshop.

I started a sketch blog in hopes that I might take more pride in what I draw casually, which includes 5-minute sharpie doodles and shitty fan art. Stuff that I would not normally associate with my other work. Hopefully, the quality of the things in here develops over time, but until then I’d love for you to bear with me and check it out:
quevonito.tumblr.com
  • quevonito:

    A doodle that resulted from doing a purposefully shitty job with the levels in Photoshop.

    I started a sketch blog in hopes that I might take more pride in what I draw casually, which includes 5-minute sharpie doodles and shitty fan art. Stuff that I would not normally associate with my other work. Hopefully, the quality of the things in here develops over time, but until then I’d love for you to bear with me and check it out:

    quevonito.tumblr.com

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  • kyleharterart:


I finally finished my comic for Squidface and The Meddler! Go check it out: 
http://www.squidfaceandthemeddler.com/comics/kyle-harter/

Incredible
  • kyleharterart:

    I finally finished my comic for Squidface and The Meddler! Go check it out

    http://www.squidfaceandthemeddler.com/comics/kyle-harter/

    Incredible

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  • foluktoma:

Stephen Ellcock:
Comets- one of nine wall hangings, all on astronomical themes, that were among many produced by the Working Men’s Educational Union in the 1850s. They were printed lithographically on cotton, probably to avoid paper duty. The hangings would have been used in lectures, held at various locations, to illustrate the latest advances in knowledge.
  • foluktoma:


    Comets- one of nine wall hangings, all on astronomical themes, that were among many produced by the Working Men’s Educational Union in the 1850s. They were printed lithographically on cotton, probably to avoid paper duty. The hangings would have been used in lectures, held at various locations, to illustrate the latest advances in knowledge.

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  • monsterism:

Kumi Machida.
  • monsterism:

    Kumi Machida.

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  • aschick:

Enzo from Reboot.
  • aschick:

    Enzo from Reboot.

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