Boots & Kittens

beatonna:

We put out calendars in 2012, and so many people have asked for more!  I didn’t have time to put out a flip-book type calendar, so I thought I would make a poster one!  In the style of those tea towel calendars.  If I can source some tea towels, I’ll do that.  But a poster is good too!  I will let you know when it is in the shop!
I made Red Riding Hood sketches along these lines a while ago, and I like Dorito Person Red Riding Hood.
Just a little dorito, going to Grandma’s house.

New favorite poster-version of any fairy tale slash the passage of time.

beatonna:

We put out calendars in 2012, and so many people have asked for more!  I didn’t have time to put out a flip-book type calendar, so I thought I would make a poster one!  In the style of those tea towel calendars.  If I can source some tea towels, I’ll do that.  But a poster is good too!  I will let you know when it is in the shop!

I made Red Riding Hood sketches along these lines a while ago, and I like Dorito Person Red Riding Hood.

Just a little dorito, going to Grandma’s house.

New favorite poster-version of any fairy tale slash the passage of time.

Don’t want a mouth full of bay leaf?

Too fucking bad, that is the Russian roulette we play with autumnal soups.

Sunday is business day

Just put years of piled up desktop images on Pinterest, and let’s pretend this is an accomplishment and not a 100% made-up task.

Musical number from the piece I’ll be developing this summer, Broken Foot: 2 Fast 2 Furious.

Musical number from the piece I’ll be developing this summer, Broken Foot: 2 Fast 2 Furious.

realityisanillusionist:

Rogue waves (also known as freak waves, monster waves, killer waves, extreme waves, and abnormal waves) are large and dangerous surface waves that occur far out to sea. These are not tsunamis, but instead seem to form from a variety of possible causes.There are three types of rogue waves, the “Wall of Water”, the “Three Sisters” and single, giant storm waves that can collapse within moments of their formation. These waves seem to occur in deep water or where a number of physical factors converge and can cause a number of waves to join together.

In this round of Broken Foot Book Club, we (I) have been reading Susan Casey’s The Wave. It turns out the three scariest things the ocean has to offer are sharks, rogue waves, and rogue waves just full of sharks, loads of them.

realityisanillusionist:

Rogue waves (also known as freak waves, monster waves, killer waves, extreme waves, and abnormal waves) are large and dangerous surface waves that occur far out to sea. These are not tsunamis, but instead seem to form from a variety of possible causes.

There are three types of rogue waves, the “Wall of Water”, the “Three Sisters” and single, giant storm waves that can collapse within moments of their formation. These waves seem to occur in deep water or where a number of physical factors converge and can cause a number of waves to join together.

In this round of Broken Foot Book Club, we (I) have been reading Susan Casey’s The Wave. It turns out the three scariest things the ocean has to offer are sharks, rogue waves, and rogue waves just full of sharks, loads of them.

Someone call the Bon Ivambulance, I can’t stop.

wandrlust:

Mon Oncle (Jacques Tati, 1958)

wandrlust:

Mon Oncle (Jacques Tati, 1958)

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notcuddles:

An important award

notcuddles:

An important award

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… ladies.

… ladies.

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I didn’t choose the boot life, the boot life chose me.

I didn’t choose the boot life, the boot life chose me.

shitroughdrafts:

Guys here is the new trailer for Shit Rough Drafts.

Look at Harrison! He is F. Scott! The “F” is for “famous.”

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Snow tomorrow? More like SNOPE tomorrow.

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design-is-fine:

John James Audubon & John Bachman, The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America, 1845-48. Lithography. Via Swann Galleries, NY.

What a fancy fox! What a casual disregard for the rabble below!

design-is-fine:

John James Audubon & John Bachman, The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America, 1845-48. Lithography. Via Swann Galleries, NY.

What a fancy fox! What a casual disregard for the rabble below!

This is a frightened city. Over these streets, over these houses hangs a pall of fear. An ugly kind of violence is rife, stalking the town. Yes, gangs of old ladies attacking fit, defenseless young men.

A true classic.

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