chickensnack:

TUESDAY AGAIN NO PROBLEM
chickensnack:

TUESDAY AGAIN NO PROBLEM
artforadults:

He Jiaying
artforadults:

He Jiaying
artforadults:

He Jiaying
artforadults:

He Jiaying

heyanniemok:

a reimaging of yoko ono’s CUT PIECE

a performance with

ben grinberg | olivia jorgenson | annie mok

sat. oct. 25, 8-9 pm

mascher space

155 cecil b. moore ave., philadelphia

FB event

AAHHHHH Cut Piece is so good

oxboxer:

aceofstars:

grandboischeriludenberg:

THIS IS NOT A DRILL, JUNJI ITO IS DOING A COLLAB WITH POKEMON AND PROBABLY DRAWING A YONKOMA CHECK IT OUT YOU: http://www.pokemon.jp/special/kowapoke/

OHHH MY GOD OH MMY GOD OH MY GOD?? OH MY GOD????? OH MY GOD

MY FAVORITE HORROR ARTIST IS DRAWING MY FAVORITE POKEMON!!! I’M LITERALLY LEAKING TEARS OUT OF MY EYEBALLS
oxboxer:

aceofstars:

grandboischeriludenberg:

THIS IS NOT A DRILL, JUNJI ITO IS DOING A COLLAB WITH POKEMON AND PROBABLY DRAWING A YONKOMA CHECK IT OUT YOU: http://www.pokemon.jp/special/kowapoke/

OHHH MY GOD OH MMY GOD OH MY GOD?? OH MY GOD????? OH MY GOD

MY FAVORITE HORROR ARTIST IS DRAWING MY FAVORITE POKEMON!!! I’M LITERALLY LEAKING TEARS OUT OF MY EYEBALLS

oxboxer:

aceofstars:

grandboischeriludenberg:

THIS IS NOT A DRILL, JUNJI ITO IS DOING A COLLAB WITH POKEMON AND PROBABLY DRAWING A YONKOMA CHECK IT OUT YOU: http://www.pokemon.jp/special/kowapoke/

OHHH MY GOD OH MMY GOD OH MY GOD?? OH MY GOD????? OH MY GOD

MY FAVORITE HORROR ARTIST IS DRAWING MY FAVORITE POKEMON!!! I’M LITERALLY LEAKING TEARS OUT OF MY EYEBALLS

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r-o-martin:

Extremely excited that my article was published in The Comics Journal today!
"In 1985, there were 8.1 billion pulp comics (lianhuanhua) printed in mainland China. Most lianhuanhua were black and white paperbacks with a single illustration and a few lines of text on each page. They looked similar to the Big Little Books published in the United States from the 1930s to 1950s, but they were published in quantities that make the US comics market look tiny. Brian Hibbs analyzed the 2012 BookScan report and found that there were about 9.5 million comics sold in the US throughout the year. In the mid-80s, some lianhuanhua titles had single printing runs of more than 1 million copies.
We usually don’t think of China as having a rich tradition of making comics, and discussions of Chinese comics focus on manhua, the Chinese comics that were inspired by Japanese manga. While it’s true that most of the comics being produced now are manhua, this was not the case for much of the 20th century. From their beginnings in the 1920s until their popularity bottomed out in the 1990s, lianhuanhua were some of the most widely read literature in the country…”
Read the full article
r-o-martin:

Extremely excited that my article was published in The Comics Journal today!
"In 1985, there were 8.1 billion pulp comics (lianhuanhua) printed in mainland China. Most lianhuanhua were black and white paperbacks with a single illustration and a few lines of text on each page. They looked similar to the Big Little Books published in the United States from the 1930s to 1950s, but they were published in quantities that make the US comics market look tiny. Brian Hibbs analyzed the 2012 BookScan report and found that there were about 9.5 million comics sold in the US throughout the year. In the mid-80s, some lianhuanhua titles had single printing runs of more than 1 million copies.
We usually don’t think of China as having a rich tradition of making comics, and discussions of Chinese comics focus on manhua, the Chinese comics that were inspired by Japanese manga. While it’s true that most of the comics being produced now are manhua, this was not the case for much of the 20th century. From their beginnings in the 1920s until their popularity bottomed out in the 1990s, lianhuanhua were some of the most widely read literature in the country…”
Read the full article
r-o-martin:

Extremely excited that my article was published in The Comics Journal today!
"In 1985, there were 8.1 billion pulp comics (lianhuanhua) printed in mainland China. Most lianhuanhua were black and white paperbacks with a single illustration and a few lines of text on each page. They looked similar to the Big Little Books published in the United States from the 1930s to 1950s, but they were published in quantities that make the US comics market look tiny. Brian Hibbs analyzed the 2012 BookScan report and found that there were about 9.5 million comics sold in the US throughout the year. In the mid-80s, some lianhuanhua titles had single printing runs of more than 1 million copies.
We usually don’t think of China as having a rich tradition of making comics, and discussions of Chinese comics focus on manhua, the Chinese comics that were inspired by Japanese manga. While it’s true that most of the comics being produced now are manhua, this was not the case for much of the 20th century. From their beginnings in the 1920s until their popularity bottomed out in the 1990s, lianhuanhua were some of the most widely read literature in the country…”
Read the full article

r-o-martin:

Extremely excited that my article was published in The Comics Journal today!

"In 1985, there were 8.1 billion pulp comics (lianhuanhua) printed in mainland China. Most lianhuanhua were black and white paperbacks with a single illustration and a few lines of text on each page. They looked similar to the Big Little Books published in the United States from the 1930s to 1950s, but they were published in quantities that make the US comics market look tiny. Brian Hibbs analyzed the 2012 BookScan report and found that there were about 9.5 million comics sold in the US throughout the year. In the mid-80s, some lianhuanhua titles had single printing runs of more than 1 million copies.

We usually don’t think of China as having a rich tradition of making comics, and discussions of Chinese comics focus on manhua, the Chinese comics that were inspired by Japanese manga. While it’s true that most of the comics being produced now are manhua, this was not the case for much of the 20th century. From their beginnings in the 1920s until their popularity bottomed out in the 1990s, lianhuanhua were some of the most widely read literature in the country…”

Read the full article

Chinese Darth Vader is waaay better than the usual Darth Vader.

(From an incredible Chinese pulp adaptation of Star Wars, which you SHOULD read, right here!)

koyamapress:

Rare selfie. Spider Dog Annie.

agoodcartoon:

asgardreid:

geckopirateship:

templeofeuropa:

agoodcartoon:

The rest of the country won’t be able to speak freely until white men choke to death on their own privilege. A good cartoon.

Others have mocked you silently, but I shall explain. This cartoon shows that in the USA, a country that values free speech, the concept of “white privilege” being thrown about constantly is violating their right to free speech.

Holy shit templeofeuropa condescendingly trying and failing to correct agoodcartoon it’s like Christmas except Santa is a pathetic neo-nazi in a fedora

Others have mocked you silently, but I shall explain.” Incredible.


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ginger-pixie:

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 faig ahmed’s Embroidered Art  
When you think of traditional carpets from Azerbaijan, the thought of contemporary art does not quickly spring to mind… but these beautiful, and modern works will change that. Faiq Ahmed, a native of the Eurasian nation, has taken his countries old-school art form and brought it beautifully into the current era, deconstructing the ancient process of weaving and adapting it to todays contemporary art forms.










omg omg omg
ginger-pixie:

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 faig ahmed’s Embroidered Art  
When you think of traditional carpets from Azerbaijan, the thought of contemporary art does not quickly spring to mind… but these beautiful, and modern works will change that. Faiq Ahmed, a native of the Eurasian nation, has taken his countries old-school art form and brought it beautifully into the current era, deconstructing the ancient process of weaving and adapting it to todays contemporary art forms.










omg omg omg
ginger-pixie:

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 faig ahmed’s Embroidered Art  
When you think of traditional carpets from Azerbaijan, the thought of contemporary art does not quickly spring to mind… but these beautiful, and modern works will change that. Faiq Ahmed, a native of the Eurasian nation, has taken his countries old-school art form and brought it beautifully into the current era, deconstructing the ancient process of weaving and adapting it to todays contemporary art forms.










omg omg omg
ginger-pixie:

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 faig ahmed’s Embroidered Art  
When you think of traditional carpets from Azerbaijan, the thought of contemporary art does not quickly spring to mind… but these beautiful, and modern works will change that. Faiq Ahmed, a native of the Eurasian nation, has taken his countries old-school art form and brought it beautifully into the current era, deconstructing the ancient process of weaving and adapting it to todays contemporary art forms.










omg omg omg
ginger-pixie:

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 faig ahmed’s Embroidered Art  
When you think of traditional carpets from Azerbaijan, the thought of contemporary art does not quickly spring to mind… but these beautiful, and modern works will change that. Faiq Ahmed, a native of the Eurasian nation, has taken his countries old-school art form and brought it beautifully into the current era, deconstructing the ancient process of weaving and adapting it to todays contemporary art forms.










omg omg omg
ginger-pixie:

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 faig ahmed’s Embroidered Art  
When you think of traditional carpets from Azerbaijan, the thought of contemporary art does not quickly spring to mind… but these beautiful, and modern works will change that. Faiq Ahmed, a native of the Eurasian nation, has taken his countries old-school art form and brought it beautifully into the current era, deconstructing the ancient process of weaving and adapting it to todays contemporary art forms.










omg omg omg
ginger-pixie:

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 faig ahmed’s Embroidered Art  
When you think of traditional carpets from Azerbaijan, the thought of contemporary art does not quickly spring to mind… but these beautiful, and modern works will change that. Faiq Ahmed, a native of the Eurasian nation, has taken his countries old-school art form and brought it beautifully into the current era, deconstructing the ancient process of weaving and adapting it to todays contemporary art forms.










omg omg omg
ginger-pixie:

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 faig ahmed’s Embroidered Art  
When you think of traditional carpets from Azerbaijan, the thought of contemporary art does not quickly spring to mind… but these beautiful, and modern works will change that. Faiq Ahmed, a native of the Eurasian nation, has taken his countries old-school art form and brought it beautifully into the current era, deconstructing the ancient process of weaving and adapting it to todays contemporary art forms.










omg omg omg
ginger-pixie:

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 faig ahmed’s Embroidered Art  
When you think of traditional carpets from Azerbaijan, the thought of contemporary art does not quickly spring to mind… but these beautiful, and modern works will change that. Faiq Ahmed, a native of the Eurasian nation, has taken his countries old-school art form and brought it beautifully into the current era, deconstructing the ancient process of weaving and adapting it to todays contemporary art forms.










omg omg omg
ginger-pixie:

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 faig ahmed’s Embroidered Art  
When you think of traditional carpets from Azerbaijan, the thought of contemporary art does not quickly spring to mind… but these beautiful, and modern works will change that. Faiq Ahmed, a native of the Eurasian nation, has taken his countries old-school art form and brought it beautifully into the current era, deconstructing the ancient process of weaving and adapting it to todays contemporary art forms.










omg omg omg

ginger-pixie:

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

 faig ahmeds Embroidered Art 

When you think of traditional carpets from Azerbaijan, the thought of contemporary art does not quickly spring to mind… but these beautiful, and modern works will change that. Faiq Ahmed, a native of the Eurasian nation, has taken his countries old-school art form and brought it beautifully into the current era, deconstructing the ancient process of weaving and adapting it to todays contemporary art forms.

omg omg omg

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