Archive for the ‘compilations’ Category

that which you search

28 February, 2009

kai winn is such a bitch
man in unitard
brad pitt when he was young
young photo of brad pitt with hat
brad pitt pizza
how to draw a ballerina
eating pizza
mountainman hat
bling bear

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pizza in comics, volume 2

29 December, 2008

batman pizza tv couch woman

oliver queen green arrow black canary dinah lance pizza shack

pizza noir black and white b&w

pink jim's pizza box on floor

somebody was eating pizza and some crackers too

sometimes pizza is in an alley where crime is found

it's a sad day in gotham when pizza is the backdrop to homicide

pizza and gun sales up-chuck pizza that's ttly gross

pizza in comics, volume 1

29 December, 2008

give pizza a chance, these cosplayers do

pizza pizza oh shit is that connor hawke and eddie fyers i see in the bg ?

this jerk wanted sweet sausage pizza

bruce wayne needs alfred pennyworth but pizza is good too

i'm a little in love with dick grayson for bringing barbara gordon pizza

GREAT.  no really, pizza is great

wally west eats a lot of pizza because of his high metabolism

world's greatest detective

get ready, get sad, go

22 July, 2008

hateful and hollow

free download

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the trouble with tribbles, Part 3: hat happens

9 March, 2008

tom with a raccoon on him

well this is a fancy hat, snut

coon on cat

tom with a raccoon on his head, part 2

jake gets a hat

mausmap

20 October, 2007

concept map connecting john maus to ariel pink and panda bear and kevin bacon

collaborations

9 October, 2007

with sydney, dylan, kate, katie, adri, dean, liam, matt, nguyen, ben, loop, desi, sumner, woodie, kelly, walter…

jessi matt liam, let me gaze upon this car that will drive itself to oblivion

jessi ben matt, babie kool-aid man skateboards in the hall, OH YEAH

jessi sumner matt, jackal cat crystals flying bear babie tattoo

 dean ben jessi, woman in the sky, bootman THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD in the mountains

jessi desi nguyen, desi (canadian cowboy) seamonster ^_^

jessi adri matt, dan bejar and friend cheer for rockets

jessi liam dean, the mischievous wind blows the umbrella of the thoroughly rooted tree man

adri jessi ben, I BELIEVE IN YOU. YOUR TACO IS REAL.

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(93 + 12) ÷ 5 ÷ 3 = 7

17 June, 2007
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93 ÷ 3 = 31

6 June, 2007
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the return of the blow vid

5 June, 2007

mine is top and center:

original post

motorized couches

4 June, 2007

looks like we made it

8 March, 2007

wagon 1

Andy* [made it to Willamette Valley!]
Kyra [died (snakebite)]
Ugh [died (sick)]
Sarah [died (sick)]
Kelly [died (sick)]


wagon 2

Chandler [died (sick)]
Tom* [died (snakebite)]
Derek [died (cholera)]
Sarah [died (dysentery)]
Angela [died (sick)]


wagon 3

Daphne [made it to Willamette Valley!]
Woodie* [made it to Willamette Valley!]
Devlin [died (sick)]
Sydney [made it to Willamette Valley!]
Dylan [died (snakebite)]


*indicates leader

list of questions asked during critique

6 March, 2007
  • Is your work undermined by knowledge of your own history?
  • What are the clues that tell us how to read the work?
  • Why is the viewer looking at this piece? Why is the viewer continuing to look at this piece?
  • What is this work telling the viewer?
  • Is one connection more important than another?
  • Does participation relate to the evidence of engagement of the artist in the work?
  • How do you paint big and small at the same time? And how do you paint quickly and slowly at the same time?
  • How do we encounter work?
  • How does the viewer experience the gymnastics that the artist goes through, and should that evidence be part of the experience?
  • How does the artist prioritize and how does the viewer decode the way the information is prioritized?
  • How do we structure an experience?
  • What sorts of decisions do we make and why are we making them?
  • What takes you back to painting?

diatoms

3 January, 2007

diatoms

diatoms

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the trouble with tribbles, Part 2.

22 December, 2006

coonskin caps


coonskin cap
coonskin cap
coonskin cap

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the trouble with tribbles, Part 1.

19 December, 2006

ushankas


ushanka
ushanka
ushanka
ushanka

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placement

13 December, 2006

here are some suggestions from MDA on standardizations of how to position labels and marks on museum objects (or on whatever you might think up, says i)

Object Position
Bird and mammal specimens Underside of base for mounted specimens, otherwise
on a label attached to the wire supports by thread
Books, albums, sketchbooks Lower corner on inside of each cover; if
decorated, on first plain page
Botanical collections On the herbarium sheet
Clay pipes Bowl bottom or, if broken, on pipe stem as
well
Clothing Back of neckband or waistband, near the
opening
Crystals With number on label inside glass tube
Draperies and curtains On reverse side, usually lower right hand
corner
Flat-mounted mammal skins On the card which supports the skins
Fluid-preserved specimens Inside container, against glass so they can be
read from outside
Framed prints, drawings, watercolours, oil
paintings
Mark the stretcher and the frame on the top
left-hand corner at the back
Furniture Top right-hand side of the side of cabinets and
tables; right-hand side of seat rail back for chairs
Glass and enamels Lower back or under the foot
Gloves and stockings Inside the welt or cuff
Handbags and purses Inside, near the opening
Insect collections On card, mounted on the pin
Mirrors If freestanding, reverse side; side of mount if
wall-mounted
Ceramic vessels and
ornaments
Base, avoiding foot (reverse side if base
inaccessible)
Powder horns and flasks Back edge near opening
Rocks, minerals and fossils Matrix (or the ‘poorest side’ of specimens without
matrix)
Rugs, tapestries and carpets Reverse side, on diagonal corners
Sherds Undecorated surface not on fracture break
Shoes On the sole, under the instep
Stone sculpture Base, avoiding foot (reverse side if base
inaccessible)
Study skins Label attached to dowel support or to feet if no
dowel support
Swords Blade, below hilt and ricasso
Textiles and embroideries On the reverse at the corner
Tools with metal parts Near the handle junction
Unframed prints, drawings, watercolours On the reverse, in the border
Unframed oil paintings On stretcher
Weapons and tools Stock, handle or inside of trigger guard

List of hats and headgear

8 December, 2006

thank you wikipedia.

more here!

pizza suits

8 December, 2006


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Anouncing the Grand Opening of the Jumpsuit Page

7 December, 2006

leia's hoth jumpsuit
(click leia to go there)