by charlie hunter, no idea who that is but i really like this painting
i’m using this picture for my art BOW more because i love imagining the scenarios behind it’s inception than for any real conceptual reason
Apparently one reader felt my last rant was misleading. Fair enough, I didn’t talk about the content of Transformers: Age of Extinction and used it as a segue into our greater problem of lowering the achievement bar to a point where even things like picking our nose is considered a grand…
Exploring replacing missing limbs of classical statues with Gundam parts.
"The bear" in this iconic campaign ad from Ronald Reagan’s 1984 bid for presidential re-election represents perceived threats to national security - particularly those that might come from the Soviet Union. Without referencing his opponent, Walter Mondale, or anything specific at all, it sought to convey the idea that America under Reagan’s leadership would be better prepared for what might come.
It’s a classic in American political history; the 2004 George W. Bush ad, “Wolves” was based on “The Bear in the woods.”
Ninjas on roller skates chasing a 3 wheeled car
'are you flirting with me or are you like this to everyone' a classic novel by me