mrhipp:

A true story featuring my 2 year old daughter and snails.

mrhipp:

A true story featuring my 2 year old daughter and snails.

ravedeath93:

Blood Visions - Jay Reatard

ravedeath93:

Blood Visions - Jay Reatard

sometimes i wish it was possible to “hate” a post and then i remember: no i don’t

takitakos:

More comic dailies: 13, 14 and 15 /04

Legado, kind of a made-up Digimon fanart comic.

A comic I did with suscrofad for a collaborative artbook: Kuro-e.

As cidades tamén esbirran, a personal comic for a contest.

randomghost:

Neo Japan 2202 - Dr. Wayne by Johnson Ting
themrfiggs:

Depression tip numero 48. When sad, paint sad characters.
Depression tip nemero 49. Don’t eat cat food and huff glue
(P.S. why did no one tell me about the fantastic industrial  background in Madoka? That’s like, instant love right there)

themrfiggs:

Depression tip numero 48. When sad, paint sad characters.

Depression tip nemero 49. Don’t eat cat food and huff glue

(P.S. why did no one tell me about the fantastic industrial  background in Madoka? That’s like, instant love right there)

koumorigasa:

Beaming.   あらおう

no1000:

0253
by Hajime Asahi

no1000:

0253

by Hajime Asahi

infinity-comics:

Ghost Rider Commission | MantisStudioComics

infinity-comics:

Ghost Rider Commission | MantisStudioComics
canisalbus:

Symbiosis

canisalbus:

Symbiosis

jemeos:

Damien Hirst
'Beautiful Bleeding Wound Over the Materialism of Money Painting', 2005.

jemeos:

Damien Hirst

'Beautiful Bleeding Wound Over the Materialism of Money Painting', 2005.

WHY DOES EVERY CREEPY GUY WHO TALKS TO ME HAVE A RASPUTIN BEARD………

chezniimura:

The 10 recent comics by young authors I’d take to a deserted island (in no particular order):

-“Streakers” by Nick Maandag

-“Bokura No Funkasai” by Sinzo Keigo

-“El Banyan Rojo” by Carlos Vermut

-“Sunny Sunny Ann!” by Miki Yamamoto

-“Girl Apocalypse” by Angie Wang

-“Polina” by Bastien Vivès

-“King City” by Brandon Graham

-“Cenizas” by Álvaro Ortiz

-“Aventuras De Un Oficinista Japonés” by José Domingo

-“Pretty Deadly” by Emma Ríos and Kelly Sue Deconnick

artandcetera:

Various works by Ken Niimura

Ken Niimura is a comics artist and illustrator living and working in Tokyo, Japan. Niimura’s use of rich colors in conjunction with surreal settings make his works lively and fun to look at.

Follow him on Tumblr!