Katara! walnut ink, gouache, and some photoshop
more magazine art! Happy Halloween! (ps original doodle was on paper, but all that up there was done with a mouse)
some things I drew for a book my friend wrote! more info here: http://meropepress.wordpress.com/
Reposting this to add another link- this book is now available as a pretty cheap kindle purchase! You don’t even need a kindle to get it- there is a free app thing for smartphones or computers for your viewing pleasure! If you are interested, here is the amazon link :)
This almost brings tears to my eyes. Oh my goodness it’s beautiful.
kendra, this is for you
This billboard went up by my house today. Lots of people here are incredibly angry that it exists. Lots of backlash against atheists for having the audacity to live in this city, or at all. Which just goes to show how much this billboard was needed. I’m happy it’s there.
this is so fantastic!
OMG! Adorbz of the Day: Freddie Mercury: Best babysitter ever.
The rise in low-wage jobs is pushing down all wages. Workers desperate for employment are taking jobs for which they’re overqualified, or moving into part-time work. Employers are less likely to offer raises and can get away with lower starting salaries because the huge pool of applicants for any job opening makes it easier to find employees who will work for less.
Mark Price, a labor economist with the Keystone Research Center, told me, ‘The job market right now is a very cruel game of musical chairs where often it’s the youngest and least experienced workers that are left without a job when the music stops.’
73% of the jobs created since the “recovery” began have been low-wage jobs. This pushes down all wages, increases inequality, and will make the real recession that millions of Americans still feel last longer—even before the debt deal’s austerity measures kick in.
I wrote this. You should read it. And not just because I wrote it—because it’s important.