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funrama:

Adventure Time. Inks, watercolors, acrylics.

funrama:

Adventure Time. Inks, watercolors, acrylics.

funrama:

G.I. Joe. Inks, watercolors, acrylics.

funrama:

G.I. Joe. Inks, watercolors, acrylics.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Not Art: Digital collage by Mothanna Hussein, Hadi Alaeddin and Warsheh

Conceptual illustrations combining art images with geometric forms using the golden ratio.

This is not art. This what we saw in and from art. We’re designers without a good grip on what art is and what can and can’t be done with it, so we did what we felt came naturally to us. We know nothing about these paintings, we even used google image search to look up the names. We thought we should maybe apologize to anybody that thinks what we’re doing is wrong, but we decided it would be more wrong of people to even think that

Behance

(via generic-art)

royalboiler:

milkbarista:

fan art!
a combo of two of my favorite comics, Prophet and Adventure Time. y’all should read those things. top quality things.

This fine Bautista drawing is what my work week looks like. 

royalboiler:

milkbarista:

fan art!

a combo of two of my favorite comics, Prophet and Adventure Time. y’all should read those things. top quality things.

This fine Bautista drawing is what my work week looks like. 

(via mercurialblonde)

facts-i-just-made-up:

A disturbing fad is sweeping the cat owner world: Spineless Cats
First it was the “Munchkin Cat” craze in which cats with a hypochondroplastic deformity were bred to encourage the trait, which could cause health problems. But people thought it was cute, so they bred cats to have it.
Now an even more disturbing trend is taking place in which cats with absentisagmen syndrome are bred, artifically as the cats are incapable of mating naturally, leading to entire litters of spineless animals, which are considered adorable by cat owners, mostly in California.
Spinelessness condemns the animals to painful and brief lives, with difficulty breathing and eating, and a total incapability of movement.
Please boycott pet stores selling absentisagmenic cats.

facts-i-just-made-up:

A disturbing fad is sweeping the cat owner world: Spineless Cats

First it was the “Munchkin Cat” craze in which cats with a hypochondroplastic deformity were bred to encourage the trait, which could cause health problems. But people thought it was cute, so they bred cats to have it.

Now an even more disturbing trend is taking place in which cats with absentisagmen syndrome are bred, artifically as the cats are incapable of mating naturally, leading to entire litters of spineless animals, which are considered adorable by cat owners, mostly in California.

Spinelessness condemns the animals to painful and brief lives, with difficulty breathing and eating, and a total incapability of movement.

Please boycott pet stores selling absentisagmenic cats.