jmawork:

The talented Sabrina Smelko needed someone to take number 262 for her 365 Days of Type project. I’d been wanting to make something for the project and kind of wanted a crazy deadline, so I signed up!
I did some research on the number, and found that 262 is a class in the Dewey Decimal system that’s used to classify books n’ articles under the topics of theological studies of the Christian Church (the fancy term for that is “ecclesiology”).
She’s currently in need of folks to take some other numbers, so visit the project website at WeAreNotSpecial.ca/submit, and find out what’s still available!

jmawork:

The talented Sabrina Smelko needed someone to take number 262 for her 365 Days of Type project. I’d been wanting to make something for the project and kind of wanted a crazy deadline, so I signed up!

I did some research on the number, and found that 262 is a class in the Dewey Decimal system that’s used to classify books n’ articles under the topics of theological studies of the Christian Church (the fancy term for that is “ecclesiology”).

She’s currently in need of folks to take some other numbers, so visit the project website at WeAreNotSpecial.ca/submit, and find out what’s still available!

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kevindart:

Some Yukis from Twitter this week!

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Tags: yuki7
jallandale:

sketchbookin’
The famous flute sword woman, second of the nine martial saints. Her music was said to be able to soothe the spirits of those she had slain.
Thanks to Will Dunstan for the art stix recommendation, they’re deliciously fun to doodle around with! I really wish they weren’t called “art stix” though…can’t have everything in this vale of tears.

jallandale:

sketchbookin’

The famous flute sword woman, second of the nine martial saints. Her music was said to be able to soothe the spirits of those she had slain.

Thanks to Will Dunstan for the art stix recommendation, they’re deliciously fun to doodle around with! I really wish they weren’t called “art stix” though…can’t have everything in this vale of tears.

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You’re way too dumb to figure out if your idea is good. It’s up to the masses. So make that very small thing and get it out there and keep on trying…
— Andrew Mason  (via mmmlib)
beouija:

I visited two great schools yesterday in DC where I read my TOON book Stinky, drew a lot of crazy collaborative drawings, & met a bunch of terrific, sweet, funny, inexplicable, smart, artistic kids. Here’s me with one of the classes holding up all the amazing monster pictures they drew!

This is the second event I’ve done with An Open Book Foundation, which is a wonderful program doing work that, like with many other wonderful programs, should not have to be done.
Author visits are an awesome thing that schools can make happen for students. These visits are super fun for authors, but it’s also hard work, and authors are usually paid for it. Disparity in funding for public schools means that schools in affluent districts can afford to bring in authors while schools in poorer districts cannot. AOB helps organize authors to volunteer their time to visit schools who can’t afford to pay the usual stipend. They also work with publishers who donate copies of their books to the students.
Unequal access to education is unjust. For America to allow it is beneath us. There are a thousand things we have got to change, but this one is especially heartbreaking.

beouija:

I visited two great schools yesterday in DC where I read my TOON book Stinky, drew a lot of crazy collaborative drawings, & met a bunch of terrific, sweet, funny, inexplicable, smart, artistic kids. Here’s me with one of the classes holding up all the amazing monster pictures they drew!

This is the second event I’ve done with An Open Book Foundation, which is a wonderful program doing work that, like with many other wonderful programs, should not have to be done.

Author visits are an awesome thing that schools can make happen for students. These visits are super fun for authors, but it’s also hard work, and authors are usually paid for it. Disparity in funding for public schools means that schools in affluent districts can afford to bring in authors while schools in poorer districts cannot. AOB helps organize authors to volunteer their time to visit schools who can’t afford to pay the usual stipend. They also work with publishers who donate copies of their books to the students.

Unequal access to education is unjust. For America to allow it is beneath us. There are a thousand things we have got to change, but this one is especially heartbreaking.

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breelifts:

socialjusticekoolaid:

Protesters from across St Louis turned up and turned out for the first St Louis County Council Meeting since Mike Brown’s Death. (Part I)

The St Louis County Council wasn’t as bad as Ferguson’s Council, but still very few answers and virtually no accountability from the folks who unleashed unholy hell on the residents of Ferguson, following Brown’s murder. #staywoke #farfromover

KEEP POSTING I NEED TO KNOW! DONT STOP POSTING ABOUT THIS. IT IS NOT OVER!

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sbosma:

NOW AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE:

-The Hanging Tower - My new 28pg Fantasy Western comic, that just debuted at SPX. Also available DIGITALLY.

-We’re Not Dead Yet (Yet) pin - Super cool pin in enamel black and antique-silver. Cute photo by Nick.

-New Prints - Polypheme & Odyssea, Critical Education, and Gatherers, all available through my Inprnt store. Super high quality prints in a variety of sizes. Free shipping through the end of the week.

-Fantasy Basketball - Back in stock!! Probably my last printing until some cool event that I announce later.

Click on the names to get to the places. Thanks!

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mmmlib:

All stages of pumping.

rude….

mmmlib:

All stages of pumping.

rude….

Reblogged from draw

earthtoobella:

Masami Orimo

An Incredible Story: ” My Artificial Leg Doubles as a Musical Instrument.”

Meet the amazing Masami Orimo, the phenomenal woman who lost a leg in a car crash, turned a “cyborg” prosthetic leg into an instrument , as lead in her punk band Shampoo. She simply added a violin string to her artificial  leg.

Reblogged from delinquent girl boss