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jessebalmer:

Just got my first intelligent pocket computer-phone.  It is different from my 2004 Motorola Razr in a variety of ways.  Follow me on Instagram.  I’ll be posting sketchbook bits like this on a daily basis.

jessebalmer:

Just got my first intelligent pocket computer-phone.  It is different from my 2004 Motorola Razr in a variety of ways.  Follow me on Instagram.  I’ll be posting sketchbook bits like this on a daily basis.

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70sscifiart:

Mike Hinge, 1975

70sscifiart:

Mike Hinge, 1975

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sitji:

sad dink man stuck in a block drinking his tears so he doesn’t drown

this was going to be my submission for loopdeloop’s june/july theme but i finished a couple days late! i hope i can still make it in though!
there’s a version with sound too if you want to hear me crying hahah ;D
https://vimeo.com/101457122

sitji:

sad dink man stuck in a block drinking his tears so he doesn’t drown

this was going to be my submission for loopdeloop’s june/july theme but i finished a couple days late! i hope i can still make it in though!

there’s a version with sound too if you want to hear me crying hahah ;D

https://vimeo.com/101457122

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effington:

awwww-cute:

Synchronized waking up

I saw this 10 days ago and have thought about it ever since

effington:

awwww-cute:

Synchronized waking up

I saw this 10 days ago and have thought about it ever since

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bluebed:

After “Four illustrations of how a new idea confounds a person not prepared for it” by Daniil Kharms, 1933.
A translation by yours truly:
—I am a writer. —And I think you’re sh…t!
—I am a painter. —And I think you’re sh…t!
—I am a composer. —And I think you’re sh…t!
—I am a chemist. —And I think you’re sh…t!
And here’s #15 from the Blue Notebook, a rather short piece that I will gladly steal as a mission statement if pressed:
(15) Today I wrote nothing. That’s not important.

bluebed:

After “Four illustrations of how a new idea confounds a person not prepared for it” by Daniil Kharms, 1933.

A translation by yours truly:

—I am a writer. —And I think you’re sh…t!

—I am a painter. —And I think you’re sh…t!

—I am a composer. —And I think you’re sh…t!

—I am a chemist. —And I think you’re sh…t!

And here’s #15 from the Blue Notebook, a rather short piece that I will gladly steal as a mission statement if pressed:

(15) Today I wrote nothing. That’s not important.

(Source: bluebed.net)

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