take your smileys from normal to unsettling in one easy step by putting just a little too much effort into the eyes
untitled by FB Photography on Flickr.
she reaches down seductively. I guide her hand to my zipper. she unzips my fanny pack by mistake. raviolis spill out everywhere
(Source: deucebasket, via ticklemytotodile)
Monday, 2:25 pm: Lost miserably to a little kid again. Memo: Raise something besides Zubat.
akihiito asked: god that update do you have no mercy
I’M SORRY HERE IS BABY NIMONA IN A SHARK ONESIE
Here’s the process gif for this picture. I do a lot of adjustments in Photoshop!
Valus from Shadow of the colossus fanart.
Watercolor on etching print.
It’s rather late but I really wanted to do some TPP fanart because if several tens of thousand people working together to finish a game isn’t amazing, then I don’t know what is.
I based it rather roughly off Cimabue’s rendition of Madonna and Child, including some other mons instead for almost compositional purposes. Also I forgot how weird 12th-13th century perspective is. Anyway, praise Helix!!
(N° 565) profound
Throwback Thursday: “That’s not art,” declared former President Theodore Roosevelt.
In 1913, “The International Exhibition of Modern Art” opened at New York City’s 69th Regiment Armory. Including over 1,300 works of art by over 300 international artists, the exhibition was the first introduction to avant-garde art for many Americans. The show was met with cheers, jeers, guffaws, and even accusations of insanity. The Philadelphia Museum of Art is the proud home of many of these once outrageous works of art, though there is still the occasional echo of Theo’s lament 101 years later.
"The Armory Show," as it is called today, was revived in 1994, and the now annual exhibition opens today in New York City.
”Nude Descending a Staircase (No. 2),” 1912, Marcel Duchamp, © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris / Estate of Marcel Duchamp