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I'm partial to the night sky and vaguely attracted to rooftops. ^_^
I like illustration.
I do post my own work, but I fall victim to reblogging frenzy often (mostly food, films, fandoms, and fantastic artwork). Everything I post that is my own is tagged "Newsom's art".
Jesus is my favorite artist, my best friend, my Lord, and my Savior.

Have a wonderful day!

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I always fall in love with things that are on they’re way out like album artwork and 2D animation. When will I love something that will actually stay?

alinachau:

“STRONG TO THE FINICH! AN OFFICIAL POPEYE TRIBUTE ART SHOW,” celebrating 85 years of Popeye the Sailor!  The show is curated by illustrator, CHOGRIN, who has picked over 100 artists from around the world to pay their own unique tribute to the legendary sailor, created by E.C. Segar in 1929.

The show will premiere on September 5th, 2014 at HERO COMPLEX GALLERY (7-10pm)

HERO COMPLEX GALLERY

2020 South Robertson Blvd., Studio D                                             

Los Angeles, CA  90034

For the work-in-progress, please visit my blog:

http://alinanimation.blogspot.com/2014/08/popeyes-show.html

lunavamp:

I had to reblog this

(Source: sizvideos, via elfpen)

abandonedography:

Abandoned Church in the fall and spring. Set off in the trees at the end of a dirt road, Bloomville, Wisconsin. Jim Sisko

(via abandoned-but-loved)

unhistorical:

The Madonna of the Roses (1903) & Pieta (1876), William Adolphe-Bouguereau  

(via edgytobacco)

mickeysdicksmasherseasonpass:

oaklandathletics:

So many beards. Only two hands.

So this is what they call “sports”

mickeysdicksmasherseasonpass:

oaklandathletics:

So many beards. Only two hands.

So this is what they call “sports”

(via gerkle)

design-is-fine:

Alexander Morton, textile design, 1926. Inspired by Sardinian peasant embroideries. Cotton. England. Via Cooper Hewitt

design-is-fine:

Alexander Morton, textile design, 1926. Inspired by Sardinian peasant embroideries. Cotton. England. Via Cooper Hewitt

(via heartofthebuffalo)