Many thanks for your patience, guys … Yey, selkies!
Sly and I were talking about Gwen recently, and I… I like warrior queens?
BB’s contribution was the caption “sit down Arthur who gave you a sharp thing” and aint that the truth
sexual orientation: garlic bread
sex is cool but have u ever had garlic bread
Calvin’s snowmen are breathtaking achievements and I will accept no disputes
I freaking love Calvin’s snowmen
They forgot the best one though!
Dino Busch for Harbor Magazine by Marie Schmidt.
I don’t understand this but I like it anyway.
Working on some raymaids…? These are huge and it’s taking me forever to fill in… -_-
Illustrations by Daniel Danger
The Only Magic Left is #ART01
This is a piece I did a little while ago for SooJin Buzelli at PLANADVISER. I was really stoked to have the opportunity to work on something fun and fantasy themed for an editorial piece. See, it doesn’t have to be businessmen climbing ladders you guys. Not usually anyway. Thanks, SooJin!
The JOE SHOW: Josephine Baker & Joe Alex
Josephine Baker was an American-born French dancer, singer, and actress who came to be known in various circles as the “Black Pearl,” “Bronze Venus” and even the “Creole Goddess”.
One of the rare male Black actors (along with Habib Benglia) performing in French films during the colonial period, Martinican Joe Alex (sometimes credited as José Alex) was first a singer and dancer. Alex notably appeared in various revues, the most famous being “La Revue nègre” in late 1925, in which he performed the very erotic “Danse sauvage” (Wild Dance) with Josephine Baker as his partner.