Sin excepciones.

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I’m SUPER FREAKIN EXCITED for Star Trek Into Darkness!

Posters by Matt Ferguson

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Full version of my comic Counting Stars, which I drew for a competition.

I am sure many of you have seen this before, but since it has reached a milestone I never thought possible I wanted to say a few things:

THANK YOU to everyone who has contacted me to tell me how it made them feel better, or made them cry, or that simply that they really understood it.

THANK YOU to everyone who has started following my art as a result.

And THANK YOU to everyone who has asked me if I am okay :) I am. The comic is not autobiographical at all, but if it was I would feel very happy and loved right now thanks to your awesome support.


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Signed korra poster ;)

oh.. but… what is this…

could this be… another poster?

with older gang…?

guess whats getting signed tomorrow at dark horse… 

My life is complete! XD

mai creys

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Hey Chickadee is a small company run by two pals of mine — they make apparel and jewelry designed by a spread of super-talented artists (Jess Fink, Emmy Cicierega, and Miss Monster to name a few).

I’ve now done two designs for them (the matryoshka doll pendant/earring design in the banner, as well as a Musicians of Bremen tee design), and Andrew and Claire were nice enough to give me a $20 gift certificate to give away!

So here’s the rules: Reblog this post (‘liking’ doesn’t count, sorry) and you’ll be entered into the contest.  Next Tuesday (August 2nd, a week from today) someone will be randomly chosen to win the gift certificate.  I’ll make a crazy blingee with the winner’s username, because I guess that’s what I do now.

Thanks, guys!  Have fun!

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best scene in a harry potter movie ever <3


best scene in a harry potter movie ever <3

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209 Stunning and Hilarious Illustrator Designs by Glenn Jones

The Video Games of Today Reimagined in 8 and 16 Bits

The Video Games of Today Reimagined in 8 and 16 Bits

Videogame Characters Solve Real World Problems