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    18 hours ago


    A litte illustration (more a character design) for the great project Katarakt,
    from the artist crew “L’encre Blanche” (check out their facebook page ).

    (via backpocketstuff)

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    4 days ago


    Source: natalie.mu

    Damn it!! how do I get these?????

    (via suffervacation)

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    1 week ago


    Fresh Hell - Chapter 3 : Gladiator - p4

    Made for Comics Workbook

    Tyler Landry

    Read : page1, page2, page3

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    1 week ago


Been drawing one of these little dudes to warm up most mornings, and posting them on Twitter - still having fun inventing them!


    Been drawing one of these little dudes to warm up most mornings, and posting them on Twitter - still having fun inventing them!

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    1 week ago

    (Source: booasaur, via chrisvisions)

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    1 week ago

    Lords Of Infinity Exhibition is tonight!



    I’m in Orbital Comics, London right now busily preparing for the launch of oyur Gallery show at 7pm tonight. You can read a little about the show at Orbital’s website. Here’s my bio from the site-

    had a dream he met Prince and asked him what kind of art he would have made if he was…

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    1 week ago


    Spirited Away original background paintings

    (via drawstin)

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    1 week ago


    HELLBOY IN HELL: The Death Card
    Story and Art by Mike Mignola
    Colors by Dave Stewart

    Hellboy revisits an old vampire acquaintance in the bowels of Hell.

    “Mike Mignola has once again proven that he is a master of his genre.”
    Comics Bulletin

    “No amount of hyperbole can do the book justice.
    Mike Mignola is back, and better than ever.”

    Read Comics. Buy Comics here.

    Mignola of course.

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    1 week ago



    Akira (1988) vs Stronger - Kanye West (2007)

    This makes me so happy.

    Kanye west is in the holy trinity of weeaboos

    (via chrisvisions)

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    2 weeks ago


    Highlighting titles from the Koyama Press backlist


    Tin Can Forest (aka Pat Shewchuk and Marek Colek)—whose Koyama Press debut Baba Yaga and the Wolf was nominated for the 2011 Doug Wright Award for Best Emerging Talent, and won the duo the 2011 Joe Shuster Award for Outstanding Comic Book Cartoonist—present their latest book Wax Cross. The artists describe Wax Cross as “an alchemical folktale set in the twilight of the modern age, when the moon has devoured the sun, the mechanical ocean has evaporated into silence, and the decaying corpse of electric current sleeps eternally in a casket of orange lichen. Featuring a cast of characters as familiar as the faded Polaroids in a photo album salvaged from the flooded basement of a condemned church, Wax Cross presents illustrated transcriptions of ectoplasmic revelation, fibrous and grainy folklore, and unbridled bestial merriment, accompanied by textual incantations and occult decoration.”

    » Buy Wax Cross 

    (via shatterlands)