Gratuitous Stupid

fakesuperior:

The Right Stuff (1983). The archetypal Egiziano Black, designed by Vincent Figgins and released in 1815; along with another of his typefaces called Antique they comprised the birth of the slab serif style. Tagline is Times New Roman Bold Italic; Avant Garde for all the rest.

fakesuperior:

The Right Stuff (1983). The archetypal Egiziano Black, designed by Vincent Figgins and released in 1815; along with another of his typefaces called Antique they comprised the birth of the slab serif style. Tagline is Times New Roman Bold Italic; Avant Garde for all the rest.

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comicsworkbook:

Here’s my ol’ riff from ComicsComics about same issue - FS

comicartistevolution:

Bill Sienkiewicz 1990: Big Numbers #2

Sienkiewicz continues to blend a brilliant contrast between expressionism and realism as means to tell the story. Eagle-eyed viewers will recognize Sienkiewicz revisiting a clockwise oriented layout he first used in Moon Knight years prior.

Most exciting, the readers got their first indication that this series would be transforming over the course of its lifespan: two little bursts of color, one of a Mandelbrot pattern on one of the character’s walls, and the other a subtle smudge of red on a candy bar wrapper thrown by one of the construction crew.

Sadly, the series’ lifespan was cut short with this very same issue.

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jakewyattriot:

jakewyattriot:

It’s free comic book day! Have a free comic book.

BOOM! Studios put this silly little Regular Show comic I made in their free comics sampler this year. And since they’re giving it away, I can’t get in too much trouble for also giving it away… right?

Go get a free print copy at your local comics shop! And HAPPY FREE COMIC BOOK DAY!!

-Jake

Reblogging because in my brilliance I somehow deleted the original post…

blastedheath:

Dorothea Tanning (American, 1910-2012), Tableau vivant (Living Picture), 1954. Oil on canvas, 116.6 x 88.8 cm.

blastedheath:

Dorothea Tanning (American, 1910-2012), Tableau vivant (Living Picture), 1954. Oil on canvas, 116.6 x 88.8 cm.

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