i’ve never scared easy (at least for physical things like bugs/ heights rather than abstract “concept of zero”/ “death” stuff) when i had a rat i caught it and took it out myself no problem- but oh my god.. mold. i’m irrationally terrified of mold. i opened my fridge today to find my strawberries were grey fuzz and panicked/ evacuated my place till my friend showed up to toss them for me 

someone please feel me on this i needa feel less alone..  “at home mildrew prevention” is my one google alert i am so afraid of this menace 

tired comparisons 
idk. i had paper scraps i wanted to use up

tired comparisons 

idk. i had paper scraps i wanted to use up

just some quick doodles from breakfast this morning. they’re a little nicer than my usual warm ups though so here they are

what are some good magazines to cut into? thanks a bunch c:

@lambghoul

my favorites are national geographic, ideals home magazine, old sunset publishing pictorial books you can find at most used book stores for cheap (they have the best landscape and sky photographs for collaging and the paper quality is nicer than most magazines), and above all any book about gardening- plant encyclopedias, flower guides, what have you. i hoard those.

here are just a few of my staples to give you an idea: 

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suicidewatch:

Galaxie 500 “Fourth Of July”

obligatory

ugh i still remember someone asking me at 16 what kinda teen pop i vibed with (meaning like “miley or selena”) and saying “french teen pop. from the 60s. france gall, francoise hardy. back when teen pop meant something" ..i wanna beat up all previous incarnations of me

honestly mad that i spent the majority of my prime teen years with an ugly “too good for teen pop/ t swift” mentality going on cause now i get with the fearless album in my car and think to myself “this woulda felt so real at 16 but i was 2 busy listening to fucking pavement and shit like a dead ass nerd” 

been lookin at this text for the past two days at first it made me sad now i think i want business cards with “taylor swift of shitty tumblr comics” printed on them

been lookin at this text for the past two days at first it made me sad now i think i want business cards with “taylor swift of shitty tumblr comics” printed on them

quick doodle comic from the bus yesterday (or me @ house parties w/ more than 30 people) 

quick doodle comic from the bus yesterday (or me @ house parties w/ more than 30 people) 

valie export

valie export

before you // you // after you 
today’s gross shitty sad girl bus ride/ bored at work doodle efforts 

before you // you // after you 

today’s gross shitty sad girl bus ride/ bored at work doodle efforts 

PLEASE DO MORE PAGES FOR THE ONCE IN A LIFETIME COMIC

@sunkenyachtclub

planning on it! ideally i’d like to see the whole thing through as originally planned.. whether or not that’ll actually happen is anyone’s guess

here are some super rough sketches of what’s 2 come w/ it though:

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(^ into this. wanna finish it in india ink and full color then maybe have it made into a poster. or maybe make it into 16 panels, 4x4 instead of 3x3) 

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(^ if i were to do the song in full i’d definitely take the route of narratively interpreting it as a sort of desperate epiphany spurred by the midlife crisis of this woman named marsha? that’s always how i pictured the song in my head) 

but yeah there are honestly so many albums/ films/ books i wanna graphically adapt at some point. getting ‘remain in light’ knocked out would be a good start. 

my brother sent me this yesterday after i posted my talking heads thing and i think i’ve watched it a hundred times since. i just can’t believe it exists and is real

once in a lifetime

5 yrs ago i was bent on doin a graphic novelization of “remain in light” in its entirety someday. completely forgot about the idea till last night when “houses in motion” came on at a party i was at

tryin to get the most out of my copix markers while i can cause they’re all about to dry up and die

tryin to get the most out of my copix markers while i can cause they’re all about to dry up and die