ArtLung

I'm Joe. I think in HTML and dream in JavaScript. If I had any style I'd use CSS. I monitor all frequencies.

kathryncacophony:

"Stop telling women to smile" posters in East Boston! I screamed when I saw them. They’re in a great location too. I love whoever put them up! So proud of my city ^.^

kathryncacophony:

"Stop telling women to smile" posters in East Boston! I screamed when I saw them. They’re in a great location too. I love whoever put them up! So proud of my city ^.^

(via stoptellingwomentosmile)

everythingrhymeswithalcohol:

Seen in Atlanta today

(via stoptellingwomentosmile)

pilatesembodied:

photo by LeRoy Grannis

pilatesembodied:

photo by LeRoy Grannis

(via pop-snacking)

faitherinhicks:

I started spending a lot of time in airports last year. Lots of travel for comics, which was wonderful, but the airports weren’t so great. I can’t draw in airports. I’ve seen other cartoonists work on comics while stuck in airports, but I just can’t. So I started carrying my laptop around with me and started writing a novel. I finished the first draft last week, while in Saskatchewan for a book festival. 89,000 words, over 200 pages, mostly written in airports. 
It’s about comics (of course), and two teenagers with a really complicated family history. And about growing up in a small town and trying to leave that small town, and falling in love, and growing out of your friends and screwing up and working crappy summer jobs and San Diego Comic-con and creator rights and comics comics comics comics because OF COURSE I wrote a 200 page novel and it’s all about comics.
I don’t know if this book will find a life outside of my computer, but I’m happy I finished it. I feel super accomplished. I’m learning new things! Discovering new horizons! Anyway, I wanted to quickly draw a doodle of the main characters so I could freaking get them out of my head & focus on SDCC. Whew. See everyone there!

faitherinhicks:

I started spending a lot of time in airports last year. Lots of travel for comics, which was wonderful, but the airports weren’t so great. I can’t draw in airports. I’ve seen other cartoonists work on comics while stuck in airports, but I just can’t. So I started carrying my laptop around with me and started writing a novel. I finished the first draft last week, while in Saskatchewan for a book festival. 89,000 words, over 200 pages, mostly written in airports. 

It’s about comics (of course), and two teenagers with a really complicated family history. And about growing up in a small town and trying to leave that small town, and falling in love, and growing out of your friends and screwing up and working crappy summer jobs and San Diego Comic-con and creator rights and comics comics comics comics because OF COURSE I wrote a 200 page novel and it’s all about comics.

I don’t know if this book will find a life outside of my computer, but I’m happy I finished it. I feel super accomplished. I’m learning new things! Discovering new horizons! Anyway, I wanted to quickly draw a doodle of the main characters so I could freaking get them out of my head & focus on SDCC. Whew. See everyone there!

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yousucksir:

While handing back student papers to my English 10 class…

Student: “Sir, what’s this?”

I walk over and see her pointing at something I’ve circled.

Me: “That’s a smiley face. You don’t need to put a smiley face in your essay.”

Her: “I wanted you to know I was joking.”

Me: “If you write…

New Bot Monday for Comic-Con week: Aphrodite A & Mazinger Z. (Created in ~1972)

New Bot Monday for Comic-Con week: Aphrodite A & Mazinger Z. (Created in ~1972)

He’s tanned, rested and ready: Nixon ‘88.

He’s tanned, rested and ready: Nixon ‘88.

Airport drive II

Airport drive II

Airport drive.

Airport drive.

J macking on a bit of grass.

J macking on a bit of grass.