design-is-fine:

Boris Bilinsky, poster artwork for the french release of Metropolis, 1927.

1 Poster Cityscape Montage #1 – Bilinsky used images from the film for the artwork. 2 Movie poster: Kunstbibliothek, Staatliche Museen / Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin. More: mubi.com / uow.edu.au

magictransistor:

Werner Gottsmann (Poster design), Der Dieb von Bagdad [The Thief of Bagdad], East Germany, 1965.

The other night I was having a very sexy dream that was interrupted by a zombie outbreak.

Last night I dreamt humans and xenomorphs solved their difference by having threesomes.

Olivia Wilde was there so…that’s something.

pictureboxinc:

Love this old Frank Santoro work. 19 years ago and looks like it was done yesterday.

(Source: franksantoro)

“Have you queered anything today?”

How to Talk to Babies about Gender Theory

alternatively, How to talk to Babies about Gender Theory

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Maisie King

Tumblr: 

 This is the second in a set of mosaics which show the disintegration of a building. In this one the building is only just starting to fall apart. I am very happy to submit the other five mosaics or a stop motion video of the building collapsing if you are interested.

Thank you for your time!

wellnotwisely:

IDW are to publish the whole of Hugo Pratt’s Corto Maltese in English, beginning with the release of the first volume, Under the Sign of the Capricorn, this December. The series will be published in twelve newly translated, over-sized,  black and white trade paperbacks, and also released in a matched set of six original art-sized limited edition hardcovers, each containing the equivalent of two of the trade paperbacks. Of further interest and noteworthiness is the fact that IDW are publishing this under their Eurocomics line, which may be a sign of future intent. 

More here.

I’m really amazed it’s taken this long for an English translation to come out. Nonetheless I’m excited to finally read the stories surrounding Pratt’s gorgeous artwork.

jimmybeaulieu:

jon-han:

For MIT Technology Review

The need for better authoring tools

Jon Han

pantheonbooks:

Just hanging out with my monkey friend, reading BLACK HOLE! See the reaction from Charles Burns here.

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