Saliva of the fittest

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bogleech:

genalovestoons:

gigapunch:

anniemae04:

robertryancory:

Spongebob Squarepants; Face Freeze

I really get annoyed with people who don’t like these…Like seriously do they not understand how clever these are? Someone had to think of UGLY faces, and then DREW ugly faces. The detail, the shapes.

I freaking love your work Robert! Keep up the great stuff. My only complain is how the colorised version loose a bit of the charm of the sketches, but that’s the life of the Digital age. 

Spengbab

Get excited: He’s currently doing character designs on Gravity Falls as well!

Yes I fucking love this guy he does awesome cartoony monster designs, did he do the shapeshifter’s forms?!

sooooo cooooool

aminoacidboy:

Whale Hunt

aminoacidboy:

Whale Hunt

mercurialblonde:

Stretch from Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2I was thinking while reading Carol Clover’s book, Men, Women, and Chainsaws how much of a badass the final girl is in a slasher flick.  And how she is probably does more against greater odds than any significant superhero male or female.  I mean when Wonder Woman fights I dunno, Cheetah or whatever, that’s largely an arms race of powers up against each other, and mortality is rarely on the table.  But the final girl is usually up against a force that is much stronger than her, and beyond that is terrified out of her mind because she’s seen all of her friends, family, and generally all structures that you would point to as possible points of safety—even her home itself, completely get torn apart by this unstoppable force, that seems impervious to anything.  But still you get things like Laurie Strode in Halloween trapped in a closet that her killer is quickly tearing through, fashioning a weapon out of a clothes hanger to jab in his eyes.  What’s cool about the final girl is that she(and it’s almost always she) takes all of the shit that can possibly be thrown at a human being, endures it all, and then overcomes it at the end and is the force for ejecting the slasher from the narrative.  It’s pretty amazing.The other cool thing with slasher flicks is that they prove that men will watch and identify with a movie where a woman is the hero.  Which is apparently an impossible idea for the folks over in superhero movies.

mercurialblonde:

Stretch from Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

I was thinking while reading Carol Clover’s book, Men, Women, and Chainsaws how much of a badass the final girl is in a slasher flick.  And how she is probably does more against greater odds than any significant superhero male or female.  I mean when Wonder Woman fights I dunno, Cheetah or whatever, that’s largely an arms race of powers up against each other, and mortality is rarely on the table.  But the final girl is usually up against a force that is much stronger than her, and beyond that is terrified out of her mind because she’s seen all of her friends, family, and generally all structures that you would point to as possible points of safety—even her home itself, completely get torn apart by this unstoppable force, that seems impervious to anything.  But still you get things like Laurie Strode in Halloween trapped in a closet that her killer is quickly tearing through, fashioning a weapon out of a clothes hanger to jab in his eyes.  What’s cool about the final girl is that she(and it’s almost always she) takes all of the shit that can possibly be thrown at a human being, endures it all, and then overcomes it at the end and is the force for ejecting the slasher from the narrative.  It’s pretty amazing.

The other cool thing with slasher flicks is that they prove that men will watch and identify with a movie where a woman is the hero.  Which is apparently an impossible idea for the folks over in superhero movies.

#FERGUSON

katblaque:

I remember one day I was sitting in the living room and my brother was just about to go to the store. My father caught him on the way out and told him to not take his backpack to the store. I couldn’t understand this at all. I thought it was the strangest thing to tell somebody to not bring a bag…

p-kyle:

Patrick Kyle - Time Piece

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markbeyer:

Laundromat art from many years ago.  Filthy and faded from beingon the walls of a New York City laundromat for over ten years. It was probably thrown in the trash when the laundromat closed.

markbeyer:

Laundromat art from many years ago.  Filthy and faded from being
on the walls of a New York City laundromat for over ten years.
It was probably thrown in the trash when the laundromat closed.

adamlichi:

Kotobuki Shiriagari
adamlichi:

JIm Woodring
salutidaoakville:

This is my illustration made ​​for gelati fanzine festival, early on show in Genoa!

salutidaoakville:

This is my illustration made ​​for gelati fanzine festival, early on show in Genoa!

aminoacidboy:

Is this the end? / Don’t touch the dog!