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comicsalliance:

Paolo Rivera Should Win an Eisner for Best Comic Book Wedding Invitations
Possessed with an unusually strong command of layout and a mastery of multiple illustration styles, former Daredevil artist Paolo Rivera’s work is a favorite of not just other artists but also to fans of design and drawing. The artist caters to both on his blog, which is frequently updated with fascinating process pieces that include his own reference photographs and helpful discussions of technique. We’ve excerpted several of these on ComicsAlliance before, but none as fun as these wedding invitations Rivera created to pay homage to his new wife April but also the great characters — notably Tintin creator Hergé — for whom the couple shares a great love.
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comicsalliance:

Paolo Rivera Should Win an Eisner for Best Comic Book Wedding Invitations

Possessed with an unusually strong command of layout and a mastery of multiple illustration styles, former Daredevil artist Paolo Rivera’s work is a favorite of not just other artists but also to fans of design and drawing. The artist caters to both on his blog, which is frequently updated with fascinating process pieces that include his own reference photographs and helpful discussions of technique. We’ve excerpted several of these on ComicsAlliance before, but none as fun as these wedding invitations Rivera created to pay homage to his new wife April but also the great characters — notably Tintin creator Hergé — for whom the couple shares a great love.

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tastefullyoffensive:

Zen Dog [x]
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theyuniversity:

LESSON: Don’t be a Grammar Nazi if you don’t have the skills.
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theyuniversity:

LESSON: Don’t be a Grammar Nazi if you don’t have the skills.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Streets: World Roundup

1. Remed for Underdogs in Lisbon

2. Escif - Capital Invertido / CSOA L’Horta in Valencia, Spain

3. Ludo in London

4. Case - Unter der Hand in Berlin

5. Aakash Nihalani x Know Hope - Uncornered in Brooklyn

6. Aakash Nihalani - Spaced in Rome

7. Stohead - Beyond in Linz

8. Odeith in Setubal, Portugal

 

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asylum-art:

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source: Denst

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beholders-eye:

jesus saves again

beholders-eye:

jesus saves again

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asylum-art:

Headlights Sculptures by Stephen Shaheen

Miniature Lightbulb People Seek Life

 Brooklyn-based sculptor Stephen Shaheen created these mixed media installations to reflect little human bodies with lightbulbs as heads.
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mapfail:

US should be more concerned about Mexican invasion

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US should be more concerned about Mexican invasion

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fotojournalismus:

“Portraits of Reconciliation” by Pieter Hugo

This April marks two decades since the lives of all Rwandans were dramatically changed through violent events that would mark the country forever.

In an effort to highlight this anniversary, South African photographer Pieter Hugo recently journeyed to southern Rwanda, twenty years after nearly a million people were killed during the country’s genocide, to document the lives of those affected by the Rwandan genocide. What he captured is what the New York Times’ Susan Dominus calls “a series of unlikely, almost unthinkable tableaus”. That’s because in each of these photographs, composed of pairs, the two people posing next to each other share a haunting relationship - one a victim, the other a perpetrator. Each photograph consists of a perpetrator, who is Hutu, who was granted pardon by the Tutsi survivor of his crime.

The individuals, all of whom are part of an initiative run by the AMI (Association Modeste et Innocent) that fosters a continuing national effort toward reconciliation, all agreed to be a part of this photographic series. Through this AMI-led project, small groups of Hutus and Tutsis are counseled over a period of several months with the process leading up to the final stage where the perpetrator makes a formal request for forgiveness from their victim.

Read more about the stories behind these photographs.

(via dynamicafrica)