I made a powerpoint about pennsylvania (my home state)
i hope u all enjoy the work that took me like 10 minutes
i just laughed so fucking hard
THIS IS SO ACCURATE IM CRYING
WAIT PEOPLE DONT USE THOSE WORDS OUTSIDE OF PA?!?!?
Also…Mushroom Capitol of the World
A moment of silent for all those in retail this holiday season.
this cartoon works at target clearly
This is the song of my people….
These are some character sketches for my final project for advanced concept art. Trying to work things out, but it looks like the top set is closest to what I want for them.
Street artists go nuts in an abandoned warehouse in this well freaking done video
100% done with this one! it’s going up on the mannequin right now. Can’t decide whether to do it in spandex or taffeta??
REMINESCENCE | Sasha Marini andAurelien Muller by Brice Hardelin for Vangardist November 2013
(1) Zara suit, shirt and tie Smalto (2) Smalto, scarf Zara
(3) vest Smalto, Zara scarf (4) Smalto, necklace Zara
indian-like accessories Laden
This industrial-eclectic loft is the home of designer and artist Alina Preciado and her two cats, situated in a 1800s industrial building in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. The 2,000 square foot loft with one bedroom and one bathroom mixes old and new pieces together, with findings that Preciado has picked up from her travels to places like Japan, Spain, India and the Middle East. The designer imports handmade goods for her business, Dan Gitane. “Dar” is Arabic for “home” and “gitane” is French for “gypsy”, which sums up Preciado’s personality. The loft was originally a woodshop, which has divots and scratches on the flooring, which has been preserved for its history.
The loft features an incredible flow with an open and airy floor plan, huge windows and high ceilings that keeps the space well lit. The home also has a hammock which Preciado spends a lot of time on, as well as a trapeze bar, perfect for stretching. The living room was a vintage leather sofa from the 1960s, the leaning ladder was obtained from a warehouse. The living area also has a large wood-burning stove with a double-insulated chimney, which is in keeping with the industrial theme as well as providing plenty of warmth in the winter months. A neat tip that Preiado does with her stove is place citrus peels on top and left the smell permeate through the home.
Photography: Chris A. Dorsey