1. sarapocock:

It’s Dotty from Pee-wee’s Big Adventure!  Come see this piece and others this weekend at Paging Mr. Herman: A Pee-Wee Herman Art Retrospective.

Digital prints available for $15—email me if interested.

    sarapocock:

    It’s Dotty from Pee-wee’s Big Adventure!  Come see this piece and others this weekend at Paging Mr. Herman: A Pee-Wee Herman Art Retrospective.

    Digital prints available for $15—email me if interested.

    Reblogged from: sarapocock
  2. theartofanimation:

    Vincent belbari

    Reblogged from: katherinestasaph
  3. judithchamizo:

    It’s time for some “Brooklyn nine nine" fanart! I love this show and I want to do more fanart. Honestly, I think it’s my favourite show nowadays and Amy and Rosa are just the best.

    LOVE IT

    Reblogged from: judithchamizo
  4. beccacahan:

Let Her Sleep
Watercolor


Look, she’s even on Tumblr!

    beccacahan:

    Let Her Sleep

    Watercolor

    Look, she’s even on Tumblr!

    Reblogged from: beccacahan
  5. No link to the artist’s page? From my quick search I found this is by illustrator Becca Cahan.

    No link to the artist’s page? From my quick search I found this is by illustrator Becca Cahan.

    Reblogged from: becauseiamawoman
  6. incidentalcomics:

    What Happens After the Great Operas?

    Illustrations for "Liberating the Librettos" by Anthony Tommasini in the 11/10 NY Times. 

    Reblogged from: incidentalcomics
  7. colleenclarkart:

    All I want is a girl gang with all the tough first ladies to kick everyone’s asses who caused the government shutdown. Or is that just me?

    Reblogged from: colleenclarkart
  8. Truth

    Reblogged from: cualidadcremosa
  9. whitneymuseum:

Join us this Thursday, as artists Dawn Clements, Gregory Crewdson, and Eric Fischl discuss Edward Hopper's lasting legacy on the work and practice of today’s artists with critic and writer Peter Schjeldahl. 
Edward Hopper (1882–1967), Study for Office at Night, 1940. Fabricated chalk and charcoal on paper, 15 1/16 × 19 5/8 in. (38.3 × 49.8 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Josephine N. Hopper Bequest 70.340. © Heirs of Josephine N. Hopper, licensed by the Whitney Museum of American Art. Digital image © Whitney Museum of American Art

    whitneymuseum:

    Join us this Thursday, as artists Dawn Clements, Gregory Crewdson, and Eric Fischl discuss Edward Hopper's lasting legacy on the work and practice of today’s artists with critic and writer Peter Schjeldahl. 

    Edward Hopper (1882–1967), Study for Office at Night, 1940. Fabricated chalk and charcoal on paper, 15 1/16 × 19 5/8 in. (38.3 × 49.8 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Josephine N. Hopper Bequest 70.340. © Heirs of Josephine N. Hopper, licensed by the Whitney Museum of American Art. Digital image © Whitney Museum of American Art

    Reblogged from: whitneymuseum
  10. midgerock:

"Cosplayin’" by midgerock


If I had seen this first, I wouldn’t have mistakenly pronounced it “coh-splay” to a friend, just sayin.

    midgerock:

    "Cosplayin’" by midgerock

    If I had seen this first, I wouldn’t have mistakenly pronounced it “coh-splay” to a friend, just sayin.

    Reblogged from: flavorpill
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