Thursday, May 2, 2013

Oldie but a goodie. The legend of Bender, the benderbender.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

I don’t know how many times I’ve seen the people I love make the mistake of confusing a ghost with a whale. I want you all to be safe out there, so Luigi and I made an infographic together. If you want to see everything as one big image, please click here

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

I think it’s time you check yourself. Before you….you know….

PS. Check, you need to learn how to spell. *sips a cola*

Saturday, April 20, 2013

cubewatermelon:

Yo if you haven’t seen Dennou Coil, you should really watch Dennou Coil. It’s about how children interact with Augmented Reality technology and if that doesn’t sell you then we are very different people.

It never really got licensed over here so it’s pretty easy to find torrents of it or whatnot.

I just… I get lonely sometimes……

Reblogging to myself so ill watch it later. Has anybody else seen this? It looks fantastic.
Friday, April 19, 2013

Donald Glover talking about the comments he received during his campaign to be the next Spider-Man (x)

“I was talking about it with Dan Eckman, who directed my Bonfire video. Can you imagine that trailer? That would be dope. Like it makes sense… a poor black kid in Queens. Like it just fits.”

"Take"? Honestly, "take"? Can you just pick up spiderman and run away with him? I hope a wizard sees this and changes spiderman to everything other than white. Indian, black, hispanic, hawaiian. Every color of the spider-bow.

(Source: halemcjoel)

Thursday, April 18, 2013
CAUGHT ON FILM: A real, live, robot vampire! 

CAUGHT ON FILM: A real, live, robot vampire! 

Wednesday, April 17, 2013
emmyc:

crowbara:

psshaw:

The best one of these I’ve seen yet— in-depth and adorably illustrated.
The first and last examples have made great friends, the former with some coaxing because when I first talk to you the last thing I want to talk about is your creative insecurity, holy god.
The middle ones, I just wait for them to flutter off to their next obsession.

what marissa said, haha this is spot on

omg this is so accurate

I’ve seen a lot of really good points about this image, but the side I haven’t seen talked about is the artist. Sure, they list how the artist will feel, but this buries their role. Talking to someone behind a table is not natural. And any artist that doesn’t acknowledge and work to help the person on the other side is probably the kind that rolls their eyes a lot, wondering where “these awkward nerds” come from. A ton of people who start out as “overzealous” or “excessively modest” can be converted to “casual” if you try. 

emmyc:

crowbara:

psshaw:

The best one of these I’ve seen yet— in-depth and adorably illustrated.

The first and last examples have made great friends, the former with some coaxing because when I first talk to you the last thing I want to talk about is your creative insecurity, holy god.

The middle ones, I just wait for them to flutter off to their next obsession.

what marissa said, haha this is spot on

omg this is so accurate

I’ve seen a lot of really good points about this image, but the side I haven’t seen talked about is the artist. Sure, they list how the artist will feel, but this buries their role. Talking to someone behind a table is not natural. And any artist that doesn’t acknowledge and work to help the person on the other side is probably the kind that rolls their eyes a lot, wondering where “these awkward nerds” come from. A ton of people who start out as “overzealous” or “excessively modest” can be converted to “casual” if you try. 

(Source: grapeyguts)

Birthday card for a friend. (Editor’s note: She is not actually a dog)

Birthday card for a friend. (Editor’s note: She is not actually a dog)