1. 02:02 27th Jul 2014

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  2. I don’t know why my friend wanted a pineapple in that picture

     
  3. 22:27

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    tigersmilk:

    thismighthurt:

    Intimacy: The Whys, Hows, How-Nots, and So-Nots

    A great Scarleteen article on intimacy by Heather Corinna with a few cute example illustrations! More illustrations in the article :)

    this is brilliant and so important and i love it

     
  4. 22:16

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    spidersaurus:

Great White Shark Mermaids don’t think feminine equals weak.
© Jesse Dewyer 2013

    spidersaurus:

    Great White Shark Mermaids don’t think feminine equals weak.

    © Jesse Dewyer 2013

     
  5. 18:58

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    Went to get coffee with friends, it’s a good idea to bring my iPad

     
  6. 13:54

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    (Source: raelkieth)

     
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  8. 00:20

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    fromonesurvivortoanother:


Tar Beach …. Faith Ringgold 

 “When I was a little girl growing up in Harlem, I was always encouraged to value who I was and to go after what I want. Ever since I was young, I’ve always had a need to express my ideas through art. Being an artist and a writer of children’s books is a fulfillment of my lifelong ambition. When my mother died in 1981, I started making quilts as a tribute to her. During that time, I was trying to get my autobiography published, but no one wanted to print my story. In 1983, I began writing stories on my quilts, as an alternative. That way, when my quilts were hung up to look at, or photographed for a book, people could still read my stories. I have “written” 30 story quilts since then. They are written the way I write my children’s stories - each section written on the quilt is a page.” 

does anyone else remember this amazing, amazing storybook

    fromonesurvivortoanother:

    Tar Beach …. Faith Ringgold 

    “When I was a little girl growing up in Harlem, I was always encouraged to value who I was and to go after what I want. Ever since I was young, I’ve always had a need to express my ideas through art. Being an artist and a writer of children’s books is a fulfillment of my lifelong ambition. When my mother died in 1981, I started making quilts as a tribute to her. During that time, I was trying to get my autobiography published, but no one wanted to print my story. In 1983, I began writing stories on my quilts, as an alternative. That way, when my quilts were hung up to look at, or photographed for a book, people could still read my stories. I have “written” 30 story quilts since then. They are written the way I write my children’s stories - each section written on the quilt is a page.”

    does anyone else remember this amazing, amazing storybook

    (Source: lostinurbanism)

     
  9. 00:20

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    consultingasshat said: I LOVE YOUR BLOG SOOOO SO MUCH OMG COULD YOU DRAW A COMIC INVOLVING MERMAIDS AND MAYBE A DRAGON FOR ME

    floccinaucinihilipilificationa:

    I HAVE THE HEADCANON THAT DRAGONS THINK THAT MERMAIDS ARE SUPER COOL BECAUSE THEY LIVE IN WATER AND STUFF

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  10. 20:20 25th Jul 2014

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    juliedillon:

Scholars’ Tower: This is another piece I did for Imagined Realms. This is actually an old sketch from 2006 that I went back and colored, which was a lot of fun. When I said I was putting lots of cats in some of my pictures, I wasn’t joking. ;) 

    juliedillon:

    Scholars’ Tower: This is another piece I did for Imagined Realms. This is actually an old sketch from 2006 that I went back and colored, which was a lot of fun. When I said I was putting lots of cats in some of my pictures, I wasn’t joking. ;) 

     
  11. 20:20

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    juliedillon:

"Slumbering Naiad"
This is another piece I did for Imagined Realms. I don’t know why, but I’m really into working with geometric shapes and forms lately. 
Check out Imagined Realms on Kickstarter; supporting it helps me afford to create new art for Book 2! :) 

    juliedillon:

    "Slumbering Naiad"

    This is another piece I did for Imagined Realms. I don’t know why, but I’m really into working with geometric shapes and forms lately. 

    Check out Imagined Realms on Kickstarter; supporting it helps me afford to create new art for Book 2! :) 

     
  12. 20:19

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    juliedillon:

"Sun Shepherdess" 
Another piece for Imagined Realms!
Check out my Imagined Realms project on Kickstarter if you haven’t yet :) 

    juliedillon:

    "Sun Shepherdess" 

    Another piece for Imagined Realms!

    Check out my Imagined Realms project on Kickstarter if you haven’t yet :) 

     
  13. 20:18

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    juliedillon:

"Taking Flight," another piece from my Imagined Realms project on kickstarter.

    juliedillon:

    "Taking Flight," another piece from my Imagined Realms project on kickstarter.

     
  14. 17:52

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    5centsapound:

    Nadia Myre, Indian Act

    Indian Act speaks of the realities of colonization - the effects of contact, and its often-broken and untranslated contracts. The piece consists of all 56 pages of the Canadian Federal Government’s Indian Act mounted on stroud cloth and sewn over with red and white glass beads. Each word is replaced with white beads sewn into the document; the red beads replace the negative space.

     
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    usbdongle:

    you ever notice a lot of stuff is considered poor and gross unless its upper middle class (white) people doing it

    food trucks in the 90s were the realm of taco trucks and fairground food and were always considered unhygienic and nasty until all these rich city kids started…