David Williams
starrymiteart:

It’s only 87 days till Christmas. Do you have a sloth ornament yet?!! I’ll bet you don’t! And you won’t be able to find one either. No worries! I now have sloth ornaments for sale on Etsy, and for $15 I will paint one for you. And it will look like this. Of course since it’s hand painted, you’ll need to allow for slight variations. But it will pretty much look like this. Mellow sloth smile and all. Don’t kid yourself, you need this.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/205133652/hand-painted-sloth-christmas-ornament?

starrymiteart:

It’s only 87 days till Christmas. Do you have a sloth ornament yet?!! I’ll bet you don’t! And you won’t be able to find one either. No worries! I now have sloth ornaments for sale on Etsy, and for $15 I will paint one for you. And it will look like this. Of course since it’s hand painted, you’ll need to allow for slight variations. But it will pretty much look like this. Mellow sloth smile and all. Don’t kid yourself, you need this.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/205133652/hand-painted-sloth-christmas-ornament?

Josiah, Star has started practicing with wood-burning techniques. Imagine this with Star’s wood-burning techniques, a light stain finish, and some kind of gloss on top of that.

Josiah, Star has started practicing with wood-burning techniques. Imagine this with Star’s wood-burning techniques, a light stain finish, and some kind of gloss on top of that.

starrymiteart:

Trying the altered book thing on this wooden pendant. 

My husband sells used books and there are always those that no one will buy (like the Reader’s Digest books that I took this clipping from). So I have plenty of material for this sort of thing…

And just in case one of those people who get offended at artists who cut up books for their art is following me, I assure you that the only other possible destination for this book was the recycling bin. But, hey, if you’d like to buy the tons of Reader’s Digest volumes we have and save them from my scissors, then you are very welcome to them. ;)

starrymiteart:

Trying the altered book thing on this wooden pendant.

My husband sells used books and there are always those that no one will buy (like the Reader’s Digest books that I took this clipping from). So I have plenty of material for this sort of thing…

And just in case one of those people who get offended at artists who cut up books for their art is following me, I assure you that the only other possible destination for this book was the recycling bin. But, hey, if you’d like to buy the tons of Reader’s Digest volumes we have and save them from my scissors, then you are very welcome to them. ;)

Great find. Andrew Wyeth The Helga Pictures. Only $20

http://www.ebay.com/itm/331326431339

Great find. Andrew Wyeth The Helga Pictures. Only $20

http://www.ebay.com/itm/331326431339

In a world without humour, the only thing to do is to eat. And how perfect an exception! How can these people strike dignified attitudes, and pretend that things matter, when the total ludicrousness of life is proved by the very method by which it is supported? A man strikes the lyre, and says, ‘Life is real, life is earnest,’ and then goes into a room and stuffs alien substances into a hole in his head.
G.K. Chesterton in The Napoleon of Notting Hill (via gkchestertonquote)
dcuniversepresents:

Justice League 3000 with pre-52 Blue Beetle and Booster Gold ! by Howard Porter

Ahh…Pre-52 DC. Back when I read DC Comics. Ever since the New-52 it has been easier on our budget. All of the DC comic books got so bad I don’t read any of them.

dcuniversepresents:

Justice League 3000 with pre-52 Blue Beetle and Booster Gold ! by Howard Porter

Ahh…Pre-52 DC. Back when I read DC Comics. Ever since the New-52 it has been easier on our budget. All of the DC comic books got so bad I don’t read any of them.

pulpcovers:

A Rage Of Desire http://ift.tt/15b9M84

Seems more of a laid back desire than a rage of desire.

pulpcovers:

A Rage Of Desire http://ift.tt/15b9M84

Seems more of a laid back desire than a rage of desire.

Of all the tests by which the good citizen and strong reformer can be distinguished from the vague faddist or the inhuman skeptic, I know no better test than this — that the unreal reformer sees in front of him one certain future, the future of his fad; while the real reformer sees before him ten or twenty futures among which his country must choose, and may in some dreadful hour choose the wrong one. The true patriot is always doubtful of victory; because he knows that he is dealing with a living thing; a thing with free will. To be certain of free will is to be uncertain of success.
G.K. Chesterton in the Introduction to American Notes (via gkchestertonquote)
pulpcovers:

They Sent My Innocent Wife To Prison
Holy shit, 200 girls killed at Lovers’ Lane? Not to victim blame here, but maybe they should stop going to Lovers’ Lane?
http://ift.tt/1tbwm7y

pulpcovers:

They Sent My Innocent Wife To Prison

Holy shit, 200 girls killed at Lovers’ Lane? Not to victim blame here, but maybe they should stop going to Lovers’ Lane?

http://ift.tt/1tbwm7y