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Just another fanboy on tumblr.

Hi! My name is Cash. 26. I like to objectify men and take long naps on the weekends. You'll find plenty of comics, anime, kpop, and other stuff on here.

Feel free to ask me anything

kik: Kajigger

Line: Kajigger

indiedesignbr:

Victo Ngai, ilustradora chinesa.

Não é nenhum segredo que gosto de encher minhas ilustrações com detalhes. Eu quero que o espectador se perca nesse mundo e descubra mais coisas cada vez que re-visitar a obra”

+ http://victongai.tumblr.com/

geek-art:

Geek-Art.net

Cool RPG dice portraits by Lee Bretschneider.

More portraits here.

#geekart

rocketumbl:

山下いくと  エヴァンゲリオンANIMA

awesomealtart:

deviantart:

Excellent new illustration by juliedillon!
juliedillon:

New Art: “Ariadne”
Ariadne takes matters into her own hands and deals with the Minotaur herself. 


I love revamps of Greek myths.

awesomealtart:

deviantart:

Excellent new illustration by juliedillon!

juliedillon:

New Art: “Ariadne”

Ariadne takes matters into her own hands and deals with the Minotaur herself. 

I love revamps of Greek myths.

jenzeejunk:

"Transistor" Postcard art! 

jenzeejunk:

"Transistor" Postcard art! 

victongai:

Become Ocean
Victo Ngai
The piece was for a music review written by Alex Ross about a production by John Luther Adams,  called Become Ocean, performed by Seattle Symphony. It is an environmentally themed piece about the rising oceans, and has a submersive feeling to it: waves of sound rising and falling. Many thanks to AD Chris for this fun assignment. 
It ran in last week’s New Yorker Magazine, I forgot to post about it earlier because of all the festivities…I hope you all have had a wonderful July 4th Holiday! Now back to work…

victongai:

Become Ocean

Victo Ngai

The piece was for a music review written by Alex Ross about a production by John Luther Adams,  called Become Ocean, performed by Seattle Symphony. It is an environmentally themed piece about the rising oceans, and has a submersive feeling to it: waves of sound rising and falling. Many thanks to AD Chris for this fun assignment. 

It ran in last week’s New Yorker Magazine, I forgot to post about it earlier because of all the festivities…I hope you all have had a wonderful July 4th Holiday! Now back to work…