comicbookalex:

Wally Wood inking Jack Kirby. Beautiful

Oh my satanic stars and garters, this is beautiful. 

comicbookalex:

Wally Wood inking Jack Kirby. Beautiful

Oh my satanic stars and garters, this is beautiful. 

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happysmileyginger:

Do you wanna build a snowman?

happysmileyginger:

Do you wanna build a snowman?

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cinephilearchive:

John Waters and David Lynch meet outside of Bob’s Big Boy restaurant in Los Angeles, 1979.
“Lynch had been with John Waters earlier on the day of the interview and almost got him to join us. David later provided me with a copy of his short film ‘The Amputee,’ also shot by Elmes, which we screened following the interview on one TV set outside on the UCLA campus — a world premier. The interview ends on one of the great lines from David Lynch, who said he wasn’t interested in Hollywood stars at the time: ‘If you’re going into the netherworld, you don’t want to go in with Chuck Heston.’” —Tom Christie

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cinephilearchive:

John Waters and David Lynch meet outside of Bob’s Big Boy restaurant in Los Angeles, 1979.

“Lynch had been with John Waters earlier on the day of the interview and almost got him to join us. David later provided me with a copy of his short film ‘The Amputee,’ also shot by Elmes, which we screened following the interview on one TV set outside on the UCLA campus — a world premier. The interview ends on one of the great lines from David Lynch, who said he wasn’t interested in Hollywood stars at the time: ‘If you’re going into the netherworld, you don’t want to go in with Chuck Heston.’” Tom Christie

For more film related items throughout the day, follow Cinephilia & Beyond on Twitter. Get Cinephilia & Beyond in your inbox by signing in. You can also follow our RSS feed. Please use our Google Custom Search for better results. If you enjoy Cinephilia & Beyond, please consider making a small donation to keep it going:

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More sketchbook interiors. #sketchbook #sketch #cartooning #comics #art

More sketchbook interiors. #sketchbook #sketch #cartooning #comics #art

blunderbussmag:

"Don’t cry because it came to an end, smile because it happened."~Gabriel García Márquez (1927-2014)

blunderbussmag:

"Don’t cry because it came to an end, smile because it happened."
~Gabriel García Márquez (1927-2014)

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Just some street setting stuff, playing around with markers. #sketch #sketchbook #art #cartooning

Just some street setting stuff, playing around with markers. #sketch #sketchbook #art #cartooning

Sketchbook page from the subway yesterday.

Sketchbook page from the subway yesterday.

SILVER SHAMROCK

SILVER SHAMROCK

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delincuencia-con-principios:

Joan Jett & Kathleen Hanna

AHHHHHH

delincuencia-con-principios:

Joan Jett & Kathleen Hanna

AHHHHHH

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phoning-it-in:

fantagraphics:

Shortly after completing the serialization of Sergio Ponchione's surreal masterpiece Grotesque, we came across portions of his project DKW: Ditko Kirby Wood on his blog, and we immediately knew we had to bring this phenomenal work to American readers. A loving tribute to Steve, Jack, and Wally, DKW tells their stories with astounding, eye-popping, trippy visuals that transport you inside the imaginations of these three master comics-makers.
We’re pleased to present DKW as a one-shot comic book coming to comic shops this July! Look for it in the May issue of Previews, out in two weeks, and demand it from your local retailer.

Oh yeah.

phoning-it-in:

fantagraphics:

Shortly after completing the serialization of Sergio Ponchione's surreal masterpiece Grotesque, we came across portions of his project DKW: Ditko Kirby Wood on his blog, and we immediately knew we had to bring this phenomenal work to American readers. A loving tribute to Steve, Jack, and Wally, DKW tells their stories with astounding, eye-popping, trippy visuals that transport you inside the imaginations of these three master comics-makers.

We’re pleased to present DKW as a one-shot comic book coming to comic shops this July! Look for it in the May issue of Previews, out in two weeks, and demand it from your local retailer.

Oh yeah.

A reminder I posted this.

Anonymous asked: You've that you like Embrace/Rites of Spring before. But do you love Fugazi? and which records?

selfdefensefamily:

Everything but Red Medicine is worth a listen. I think I like End Hits best. Or, maybe 13 Songs

END HITS is a good Fugazi record. First record of theirs I bought, actually.

GEIGER-PLUS! two-page comic by me, Costa Koutsoutis. Old test pages for a project that never went anywhere.

(c) 2014

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