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brothertedd:

Alternative Movie Posters by Adam Rabalais

(Source: etsy.com, via spyrale)

— 2 weeks ago with 23 notes
ibtravart:

All 31 images from my “31 Days Of Halloween” sketch series last month are up on Redbubble as various prints, iphone/ipad covers and even a 12 month calendar(!)Go check em’ out here now!!!!

ibtravart:

All 31 images from my “31 Days Of Halloween” sketch series last month are up on Redbubble as various prints, iphone/ipad covers and even a 12 month calendar(!)
Go check em’ out here now!!!!

— 1 month ago with 22 notes

xombiedirge:

Childhood Series by Chet Phillips / Store

11” X 14” prints and handbound 48pg. Japanese style book available HERE.

Childhood is a hand bound book of Japanese styled illustrations paying homage to nostalgic activities and toys. The 8.5” X 11” book features Haiku poetry and reflections on youthful amusements to accompany each piece of art.

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— 3 months ago with 3136 notes

Bob Hoskins was my first non comic book crush. My earliest memory of him was as Eddie in ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’ and I happily followed his career from that point on. News of his passing struck a strange cord within me. I know he had retired but the fact that he’s not out there enjoying himself, tossing out classic one liners in the pravacy of his life makes me very, very sad. Rest in peace, Bob, you made a lot of people smile.

— 5 months ago with 7 notes
#bob hoskins 
threehourdifference:








"What about San Francisco?"
"What about it?"
"Did you like it?"
She shrugged. “It was O.K.”
"Just O.K.?"
She laughed. “Good God!”
"What?"
"You’re all alike here."
"How so?" he asked.
"You demand adoration for the place. You’re not happy until everybody swears undying love for every nook and cranny of every precious damn—”
"Whoa, missy."
"Well, it’s true. Can’t you just worship it on your own? Do I have to sign an affidavit?"
He chuckled. “We’re that bad, are we?”
"You bet your ass you are."







Excerpt from Armistead Maupin’s Significant Others, the fifth novel in his San Francisco series Tales of the City. Book covers designed by Gregg Kulick.

threehourdifference:

"What about San Francisco?"

"What about it?"

"Did you like it?"

She shrugged. “It was O.K.”

"Just O.K.?"

She laughed. “Good God!”

"What?"

"You’re all alike here."

"How so?" he asked.

"You demand adoration for the place. You’re not happy until everybody swears undying love for every nook and cranny of every precious damn

"Whoa, missy."

"Well, it’s true. Can’t you just worship it on your own? Do I have to sign an affidavit?"

He chuckled. “We’re that bad, are we?”

"You bet your ass you are."

Excerpt from Armistead Maupin’s Significant Others, the fifth novel in his San Francisco series Tales of the City. Book covers designed by Gregg Kulick.

— 5 months ago with 9 notes
noonesnemesis:

San Fran Hippie Thrift Shop window
1968

noonesnemesis:

San Fran Hippie Thrift Shop window

1968

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— 5 months ago with 26 notes
ymutate:

Stanislav V. Plutenko

ymutate:

Stanislav V. Plutenko

— 6 months ago with 3 notes