Some Highlights from May 2019
Here is my sketchbook work for the month. Follow me on Vimeo to see process videos of them as well. Print out a zine of this artwork. Get this art on Redbubble gear.
Here are my Line Art Portraits for the month. Print out a zine of this work. Get this art on Redbubble gear.
I made a zine of my superman ice cream series. Get them on gear in my Redbubble store.
Check out my new Vimeo page. I chose Vimeo over youtube because it seems less volatile. I like how easy it is to use, that it doesn’t have ads, and that (so far at least) the users aren’t creepy.
Here is the subscription box for May.
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Here are my favorite Thought Portal posts of May.
A linguist’s trick to perfectly understanding people with different accents.
Fiction I love: A Dark Fairytale About Post-Earth Education.
Italians trying to be quiet.
A small town Russian doctor turned writer.
One time my boyfriend said, “How are we going to communicate with aliens when we can’t even talk to animals.” I think about it all the time. This short story by Ted Chiang is a great illustration of that statement.
The cost of a carbon-free future.
The price of a cashless future.
The joys of solitude.
Lawns suck up water, fertilizer, and time. Here’s a look at how we got into this mess – and where we could go from here.
Gorbachev and Herzog sit down for a chat.
Spy whale. Cyber Punk is now!
Seize the Media.
Kids these days: Ancient Sumeria
The U.S. carceral state is large, cruel and unnecessary.