Sweater Vests Are Cool
atompunk:

Calling All Girls was intended for younger girls. It began publication in July 1941 after a teen column in Parents’ Magazine produced a positive interest from readers. It was the first magazine for girls. Contents consisted of comics, fashion advice, and short stories. It was originally published four times a year, but soon became published every month. This was because it was popular. By 1945 it was selling 500,000 copies of each issue. The average reader was aged 13. The magazine never appealed to older teens or fashion advertisers because of its emphasis on comics.
fluffy-raccoon:

Vampire lovers…

fluffy-raccoon:

Vampire lovers…

design-is-fine:

David Lance, poster artwork for The Kitchen, 1968. Berkeley, USA. Via FAMSF

design-is-fine:

David Lance, poster artwork for The Kitchen, 1968. Berkeley, USA. Via FAMSF

thenimbus:

swolizard:

lylaha:

Lil Egyptian Gods by Silverfox5213

IM SOBBING ABT THESE

these are adorable

This artist makes really adorable stuff

artagainstsociety:

Sprinkles Bat
by grelin-machin
 
remotecontrolledquicksand:

Tom Fowler draws Vlad the Impaler or some such proto-vampire for Comic Twart. Added color from the great Jordie Bellaire.

remotecontrolledquicksand:

Tom Fowler draws Vlad the Impaler or some such proto-vampire for Comic Twart. Added color from the great Jordie Bellaire.

I am finally moving to Brooklyn!

Needless to say, money is going to be tight, so if anyone wants some great art please let me know!

Other examples of my art can be found either at my art blog or in my art tag on my personal blog!

I am finally moving to Brooklyn!

Needless to say, money is going to be tight, so if anyone wants some great art please let me know!

Other examples of my art can be found either at my art blog or in my art tag on my personal blog!

buffythecomicslayer:

Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s Tarot [2008 - canceled]

78-card deck, instruction pamphlet, 64-page softcover book, in reclosable box with magnetic closure

Lost hundreds of years ago, the Slayer’s tarot is an important artifact from Slayer history that came into existence after a group of women shared a vision of a rogue Slayer who would love a vampire, and who would be aided in her fight against evil by a group of mystical allies. The heretical prophecy led to the suppression of the deck by the Watcher’s Council.

Writer: Rachel Pollack; Artist: Paul Lee.

avmccammon:

broke in a new tiny sketchbook today! I might make something bigger out of the bottom one at some point. I really want to get back into putting full, detailed environments into my work. I’m rusty, and that’s just terrible. 

grahamyarrington:

sunset over gowanus 1

grahamyarrington:

sunset over gowanus 1

baruyon:

I’m not sure if these would be considered selkies. I just felt like drawing seal-mermaids… imagine how cuddly they would be j_j

baruyon:

I’m not sure if these would be considered selkies. I just felt like drawing seal-mermaids… imagine how cuddly they would be j_j

mrhipp:

One does not simply walk into the Magic Kingdom.

mrhipp:

One does not simply walk into the Magic Kingdom.

loic-locatelli:

New serie of Magical Girls : Organic vs Bionic.
I can’t tell if I’m gonna make a lot of them.
Maybe just these two - I don’t know.

tea-fiend:

charcoalcrows:

I have been consumed by shape shifting dragons.

Flight Rising is making me develop a specific style, so at least some good is coming from it.

ex0skeletal:

(via Closet by mtomsky on deviantART)