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Ptp: Reframing the Question

It’s been a while since I’ve worked on Calvin Yang – it’s coming down to the end of the quarter here at college and I’ve been busy with class work and projects for a while now. 233 more words


Sprookjesbos, The Fairytale Forest

Before the Efteling theme park (the largest in the Netherlands) was opened around these works, ten delightfully unsettling fairytale scenes graced Sprookjesbos.

Dummies based on the darkly nuanced illustrations of Dutch artist… 177 more words


Giants, or Big Hoax?

There’s always been interest in giants, and we’re not referring to sports teams here! A History Channel series, Search for the Lost Giants: Unraveling the Mystery… 384 more words


November 21, 2014 – Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow…

The most troubling thing about weather and the environment is its inherent inaccuracy.  After scores of decades of “research” the human race really is not that much more accurate about long term effects of weather and the environment.  273 more words


Anthros by Kim Nguyen (a.k.a. Zarnala)

We’re heading for Venus and still we stand tall

Digital artist Kim Nguyen (a.k.a. Zarnala) creates these two illustration series featuring anthropomorphic animals, each of them with their own personalities and style. 70 more words

Art And Artist

Poirot Pear Revisited

I promise to post a new comic next week. Or at least I promise to try…

In the meantime, here are some photos of a knitted Poirot pear I made for a reader a few months back: 45 more words