CONSTANT PARTIAL ATTENTION

Louisiana born / Washington, DC proud.



Doing digital on the daily for Uncle Sam. I also help make magic at the Small Press Expo, America's finest independent cartooning and comic arts festival.



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Little Rey Rey keeping a watchful eye on things.

savage-america:

Dummy used to study radiation pathways, used for fallout studies. Developed by Alderson Research Laboratory, 1961.

(via humungus)

owenkarrel:

Two not so recent paintings

Head and mountain, respectively

Momma. Watch her disappear as soon as she slides under the shade of the tree. Very skittish about us, as she should be.

kids0ftheblackhole:

good

LOOK AT ALL THAT THREAT.

Just look at it.

(via cottonteeeth)

Like a Louis and Clark exploring the Louisiana Purchase type journey.

But of ham.

80s-90s-stuff:

80s poster artwork for the Airwolf movie, 1984

A dreamer in my dreams.

(via pencilofdoom)

mdt:

Studiously reviewing the baby name book she picked out at the library… Any suggestions? You have until April to get back to me.

You guys only have a week left. Fox names, baby boy names. We can’t do all this rearing amalone.

(via clarathomas)

robinwdavey:

Another animated illustration for Wired Italia. This accompanied a column about AI, specifically the question of how or if an intelligent machine could be told apart from a human. The text references the scene early in Blade Runner where a suspected replicant is questioned using the Voight-Kampff device so I drew inspiration from that, hopefully not too directly!

robinwdavey:

Another animated illustration for Wired Italia. This accompanied a column about AI, specifically the question of how or if an intelligent machine could be told apart from a human. The text references the scene early in Blade Runner where a suspected replicant is questioned using the Voight-Kampff device so I drew inspiration from that, hopefully not too directly!

(via michaelthegeek)

chadmsirois:

Wassily Kandinsky - Moonrise, 1903


WK is unsurpassed.

chadmsirois:

Wassily Kandinsky - Moonrise, 1903

WK is unsurpassed.

(via bobschofield)