maria blanchard - still life with red lamp (1916-1918)

Chris Genner - Untitled (mixed media)

Woman (Opera Singer), 1934
Joan Miro

Oliviero Toscani


Being the only surgeon in the Soviet Antarctic Expedition, Leonid Rogozov (27) had to perform surgeory on himself when he found out that his appendix was inflamed and could burst any moment. With the assistance of a meteorologist and an engineer (and some local anesthesia) he removed his appendix. Bad ass


Orosz Gellért (Hungarian, 1919-2002), 0 Plus 5IV, 1978. Oil on canvas, 80 x 80 cm.

If you don’t know, here’s the story of how “Something Big” came about:
Mid Season 5 we tried to make a 45 minute Adventure Time TV movie. We almost did it, but the thing was a mess and needed so much work to get in shape. All the individual parts were really cool, but they weren’t hanging together right, and the end seemed impossible to figure out. I’d boarded the first 10 minutes of it (Steve Wolfhard helped me clean up my drawings. Actually Steve cleaned up all of my drawings.)
So the thing sat there for months. I was really psyched on my section and started to feel certain this movie was never gonna see the light of day. So we started pushing that we should cannibalize the parts and make them into episodes. That’s basically what happened. I got my opening section and used about half of it of it to make this episode a standalone story.
It’s the first episode I boarded by myself, which was a cool experience after several years of collaborating with partners. Collaborating is something a lot of indie comic artists aren’t used to doing. It creates this exciting/frightening sense of risk and surprise. Most of the time it’s humbling because your partner will come up with story solutions and visual set pieces you’d never think of. BUT it’s also awesome to have complete control over the pacing and layout of a story. You get the freedom to reach unhindered into your vision of the episode architecture.
It’s not something I’d want to do every time, but it was a nice change of pace.
I don’t know why I put a gradient on this drawing. I was just messing around I guess.

Kept it simple like she wants. Just a letter D with a dagger and Z with some playing cards/dice. Idk which z I like better. Everything’s half done and I wish I put more effort Ito them.

MC Escher, Relativity 

Xuh - , 2014     Digital Arts

When the mind is at peace,

the world too is at peace.

Nothing real, nothing absent.

Not holding on to reality,

not getting stuck in the void,

you are neither holy or wise, just

an ordinary fellow who has completed his work.

" - P’ang Yün (龐蘊 Hõ Un) (The Enlightened Heart 34)

(Source: mf-doom)