Life is Elsewhere
Life is Elsewhere
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comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
comics:

joekeatinge:

Happy 97th Birthday, Jack Kirby.
Your party favor is 170 of his double page spreads. 

How are YOU celebrating King Kirby today?
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mattiasinks:

the red dragon
mattiasinks:

the red dragon
mattiasinks:

the red dragon
mattiasinks:

the red dragon
mattiasinks:

the red dragon
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seanhowe:

Happy Birthday to Jack Kirby, who would have been 97 today.
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seanhowe:

(1) Walter Simonson, Joe Rubinstein, Pat Broderick, and Ralph Reese pose for Larry Hama.(2) Marvel Premiere #19, November 1974. Art by Larry Hama and Dick Giordano. Words by Doug Moench.
seanhowe:

(1) Walter Simonson, Joe Rubinstein, Pat Broderick, and Ralph Reese pose for Larry Hama.(2) Marvel Premiere #19, November 1974. Art by Larry Hama and Dick Giordano. Words by Doug Moench.
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Man, I love the scale of this. John Harris is pretty amazing.
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From the Douglas Coupland exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
From the Douglas Coupland exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
From the Douglas Coupland exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
From the Douglas Coupland exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
From the Douglas Coupland exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
From the Douglas Coupland exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
From the Douglas Coupland exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
From the Douglas Coupland exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
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torbooks:

John Harris is one of our favorite artists, and it’s easy to see why if you check out his new book Beyond the Horizon.

I really want to pick this up.
torbooks:

John Harris is one of our favorite artists, and it’s easy to see why if you check out his new book Beyond the Horizon.

I really want to pick this up.
torbooks:

John Harris is one of our favorite artists, and it’s easy to see why if you check out his new book Beyond the Horizon.

I really want to pick this up.
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Last night we took the opportunity to visit Douglas Coupland’s solo exhibit at the VAG (Vancouver Art Gallery). Outside the exhibit is a 7 foot tall, Soviet-era looking statue of the artist/writer’s head. 

Upon it’s unveiling earlier this summer, the public was invited to stick gum on the head. Coupland has described the endeavour as a “gum-based, crowd sourced, publicly interactive, self-portrait.”
Last night we took the opportunity to visit Douglas Coupland’s solo exhibit at the VAG (Vancouver Art Gallery). Outside the exhibit is a 7 foot tall, Soviet-era looking statue of the artist/writer’s head. 

Upon it’s unveiling earlier this summer, the public was invited to stick gum on the head. Coupland has described the endeavour as a “gum-based, crowd sourced, publicly interactive, self-portrait.”
Last night we took the opportunity to visit Douglas Coupland’s solo exhibit at the VAG (Vancouver Art Gallery). Outside the exhibit is a 7 foot tall, Soviet-era looking statue of the artist/writer’s head. 

Upon it’s unveiling earlier this summer, the public was invited to stick gum on the head. Coupland has described the endeavour as a “gum-based, crowd sourced, publicly interactive, self-portrait.”
Last night we took the opportunity to visit Douglas Coupland’s solo exhibit at the VAG (Vancouver Art Gallery). Outside the exhibit is a 7 foot tall, Soviet-era looking statue of the artist/writer’s head. 

Upon it’s unveiling earlier this summer, the public was invited to stick gum on the head. Coupland has described the endeavour as a “gum-based, crowd sourced, publicly interactive, self-portrait.”
Last night we took the opportunity to visit Douglas Coupland’s solo exhibit at the VAG (Vancouver Art Gallery). Outside the exhibit is a 7 foot tall, Soviet-era looking statue of the artist/writer’s head. 

Upon it’s unveiling earlier this summer, the public was invited to stick gum on the head. Coupland has described the endeavour as a “gum-based, crowd sourced, publicly interactive, self-portrait.”
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70sscifiart:

Frank Kelly Freas
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magicalspacetaxi:

unexplained-events:

The President
The 3200 year old tree so massive that it had never been captured in a single image until recently.
This giant sequoia stands 247 feet tall and measures 45,000 cubic feet in volume. The trunk alone measures 27 feet and the branches hold 2 billion needles (more than any tree on the planet).
This picture took a team of photographers from Nat Geo, 32 days and stitching together 126 different photos to make.
SOURCE

i love redwoods because they are at the very limit of what the dynamics of capillary action allows to exist i’m glad an evolutionary niche exists for “THE BIGGEST FUCKIN TREE THAT CAN BE”

This would be awesome to climb!
magicalspacetaxi:

unexplained-events:

The President
The 3200 year old tree so massive that it had never been captured in a single image until recently.
This giant sequoia stands 247 feet tall and measures 45,000 cubic feet in volume. The trunk alone measures 27 feet and the branches hold 2 billion needles (more than any tree on the planet).
This picture took a team of photographers from Nat Geo, 32 days and stitching together 126 different photos to make.
SOURCE

i love redwoods because they are at the very limit of what the dynamics of capillary action allows to exist i’m glad an evolutionary niche exists for “THE BIGGEST FUCKIN TREE THAT CAN BE”

This would be awesome to climb!