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Obelix & asterix, gouache

maximemaryblr:

Obelix & asterix, gouache

timothylamb:

a couple doods i saw at the beach in Tulum.

timothylamb:

a couple doods i saw at the beach in Tulum.

beouija:

This 4th of July I illustrated this  NYT piece on 1920s Beach Slang by the awesome Ben Schott. Thank you Ben & AD Matt Dorfman <3

beouija:

This 4th of July I illustrated this  NYT piece on 1920s Beach Slang by the awesome Ben Schott. Thank you Ben & AD Matt Dorfman <3

jaymamon:

Back when I first made this character and I had no story ideas or anything I used to think he was some sort of failure wannabe super villain who used lots of stereotypical cartoon bombs and dynamite and he had gloves and a little tiny cape. His design hasn’t changed dramatically though! 

jaymamon:

Back when I first made this character and I had no story ideas or anything I used to think he was some sort of failure wannabe super villain who used lots of stereotypical cartoon bombs and dynamite and he had gloves and a little tiny cape. His design hasn’t changed dramatically though! 

junyiwu:

Fenrir, the bound wolf.

junyiwu:

Fenrir, the bound wolf.

johnleedraws:

I accidentally dropped a knife in the lake.

johnleedraws:

I accidentally dropped a knife in the lake.

juncen:

I am so delighted to be asked to make an illustration for Until Now curated and art directed by Alex Citrin. The beautiful article The Arctic Circle is written by Joe Ahearn

Sam Vanallemeersch
pstsh:

Vanité

pstsh:

Vanité

dadushin:

Something for a NYer interview with Douglas Vakoch, the man who “decides what our messages to potential extraterrestrial life should be composed of.” Thanks to AD Deanna Donegan.

dadushin:

Something for a NYer interview with Douglas Vakoch, the man who “decides what our messages to potential extraterrestrial life should be composed of.” Thanks to AD Deanna Donegan.

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