nevver:

Calvin and Hobbes

nankliang:

Dandelions

Another short scene (part of the short story I am working on) - I had to break it into two parts as it was too big to fit into one GIF.

(via red-lipstick)

aseaofquotes:

Wislawa Szymborska, “A Note”

aseaofquotes:

Wislawa Szymborska, “A Note”

(via aseaofquotes)

aaronburch:

Queen’s Ferry Press 2015 Subscription Special
All 9 2015 QFP titles, plus one 2014 title of your choice, for only $100. That’s a pretty great deal. Support an indie press and hook yourself up in the process! I just did it, and recommend you do the same. If you do, and you snag my BACKSWING as your 2014 pick, lemme know and I’ll send you a gift box of Hobart/SFLD stuff!

aaronburch:

Queen’s Ferry Press 2015 Subscription Special

All 9 2015 QFP titles, plus one 2014 title of your choice, for only $100. That’s a pretty great deal. Support an indie press and hook yourself up in the process! I just did it, and recommend you do the same. If you do, and you snag my BACKSWING as your 2014 pick, lemme know and I’ll send you a gift box of Hobart/SFLD stuff!

explore-blog:

Open Culture points out that legendary British cartoonist Ralph Steadman is illustrating a limited Blu-ray edition of Breaking Bad

Steaman remains best known for his longtime collaborations with Hunter S. Thompson, but some of his finest work comes from his side projects – his visual biography of Leonardo da Vinci, his striking illustrations for Alice in Wonderland, and his gorgeous illustrated edition of Orwell’s Animal Farm

red-lipstick:

Robert Winthrop Chanler (American, 1872-1930, New York) - Leopard And Deer, 1912     Paintings: Gouache of Tempera on Canvas mounted on Wood

red-lipstick:

Robert Winthrop Chanler (American, 1872-1930, New York) - Leopard And Deer, 1912     Paintings: Gouache of Tempera on Canvas mounted on Wood

(Source: Wikipedia)

I’ll hold on to the world tight some day. I’ve got one finger on it now; that’s a beginning.

Ray BradburyFahrenheit 451 (via likeafieldmouse)
uwlittlemags:

New arrivals, clockwise from top left: Little Brother no. 5 (Toronto), Booth v. 7 (Indianapolis), Monday Night 13 (State College, PA) and Sub-Terrain v. 7, no. 68 (Vancouver).

uwlittlemags:

New arrivals, clockwise from top left: Little Brother no. 5 (Toronto), Booth v. 7 (Indianapolis), Monday Night 13 (State College, PA) and Sub-Terrain v. 7, no. 68 (Vancouver).

fer1972:

Paintings by Matthew Grabelsky 

fer1972:

Today’s Classic: Edgar Allan Poe’s The Fall of the House of Usher

1. By Wilfried Sätty (1976)

2. By Harry Clarke in black and white (1919)

3. By Harry Clarke in color (1923)

4. By Arthur Rackham (1935)

5. By Aubrey Beardsley (1895)