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Stage managing marine biologist, spying double agent, Browncoat, Grainger catalog model, conqueror of worlds, toaster of shoku pan, mother of a fat gray cat.

gingerlandcomics:

fantagraphics:

It’s a great pleasure to reveal the final cover artwork for one of our most anticipated books of 2014. How to Be Happy collects short comics by Eleanor Davis and it will floor you with its beauty and depth. You’ve seen some of this work in Best American Comics, Mome, Nobrow, and Lucky Peach (if you’re tuned in to the hip print outlets) and on the web (if you’re tuned in to Tumblr), and now it’s collected in one gorgeous book, due out this Summer.

Pre-sale is on now, and more previews are in the pipeline. For now, we thought you might also like a look at the jaw-dropping wraparound cover art unfettered by text and stuff.

take a look at this perfect thing

northeastnature:

Happy Easter! Here are four creatures and the eggs they came from: spotted salamander, wild turkey, Chinese mantid, and northern leopard frog.

modhero:

russelldauterman:

lordtimeblogposts:

X-Men  Class Yearbook Photos; Art by Evan “Doc” Shaner art by George Kambadais; Art by Rogan Josh; Art by Russell Dauterman; Art by Thugg; Art by Kris Anka
 

Love seeing these together!

Methinks mine needs color?

I loved this little X-Men art meme.

Late night carving yesterday, and then a few proofs tonight at the Bow & Arrow Press.

This will eventually be the first color of a project with a 4 or 5 color run. (How ambitious will I be?!)

I proofed with a green split fountain of Pantone green and moss green. I love a good “rainbow roll”.

seacannon:

Blessed to be able to spend a few hours with my friend Daniel at his letterpress shop Clove St Press // shop.clovestpress.com

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rodwell-and-son:

LETTERPRESS DRAWERS
A recent acquisition for the studio, these vintage letterpress drawers have given us more storage whilst providing a constant visual treat.

rodwell-and-son:

LETTERPRESS DRAWERS

A recent acquisition for the studio, these vintage letterpress drawers have given us more storage whilst providing a constant visual treat.

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