Please, please peek through this low-resolution keyhole at what I’ve been working on.

This is the cover and first page of Generous Bosom Pt. 1. It is currently being uploaded (28%) to my friends at Breakdown Press. If all goes according to plan (my superstition around this sort of thing nearly prevented me from posting anything) it will be printed and ready for CAB.

*The second image above is based visually on an earlier iteration of Baltimore’s The Crown.

GENEROUS BOSOM part 1 by Conor Stechschulte debuting at CAB


Pablo Camacho, Watercolors.

Paintings by Venezuelan artist Pablo Camacho of mysterious skeletons.  See more below:

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Jean Giraud (Moebius)


Terry Farrell, Climatroffice, c. 1960

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31 Days of Halloween pin-ups 12/31  Calling All Girls Magazine, October 1958


The Bus | Paul Kirchner | Via

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Anna Pan is an animation student at Queensland College of Art in Brisbane, Australia. The blend of daily life with surrealism creates contemplative, enigmatic pieces that easily draw the eye.

A lot of the time I find myself drawing or reusing a lot of my older characters — especially the ones from a couple of years ago, where their stories are so convoluted and have been changed so many times I can’t really remember what happen[s] to them anymore. They still stay in the back of my mind, and I use a lot of them as guinea pigs or vessels for my own emotions and experiences. I think I’ve been through so much with them that I’m too fond of them to let them go… 

Interview with Anna Pan

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Check out the interview i did for artandcetera! Thanks so much to Alex for asking me to do the interview! 

I love Anna please worship her art

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Vintage cover photos of magazines that catered specifically to black women. 

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Akino Kondoh & Adolescent Dreams.

Artist Akino Kondoh perfectly describes the imaginings of adolescence in these beautifully done illustrations and paintings.  Akino lives and works in New York City.  You can see more below!

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Witnesses say they asked Britney why she shaved her head and her response was, “I’m tired of plugging things into it. I’m tired of people touching me.”

i can never not reblog this

T-Pain: “That was the most beautiful thing in the world. Do you know why she was shaving her head? Because it was so important to other people. She is like, “Listen. Don’t touch my hair anymore. Stop touching my hair.” People were like, “We’ve got to make your hair before you go outside. You can’t leave.” She went … “Now I don’t have hair. What you going to do?”

The older I get the more her breakdown seems less ‘unbalanced’ and more ‘completely understandable’

I sincerely regret making fun of her and laughing about this. I wish we had all been like, “Wow, it’s disgusting that she’s been pushed to the breaking point. It’s disgusting that people treated her body like public property.”

Stephane Levallois
Le petit déjeuner au pays d’OZ

Art School Ego
by Tom Eichacker

Mit Senoj, Miss Asilidae, 2014

IR | Yiu Yu Hoi | 2013


A New Wave of Black Filmmaking: Experimental and Black Speculative Indie Films

A brief survey of the contemporary Black independent film scene yields a long and ever-growing list of experimental and Black speculative (including horror, Afrofuturism, sci-fi, fantasy, fan fiction) short cinema, film trailers, music videos, and other film projects

1. Kudzani Moswela in Pumzia Kenyan science-fiction short film written and directed by Wanuri Kahiu | 2009

2. Diandra Forrest in Afronauts | dir. Frances Bodomo | 2014

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Opaque  by  andbamnan