should i get a monoprice
i’ve had my bamboo for so long and it still works but dangit i need something better, especially since i’m starting to rely much more on working digitally
i know wacoms are good. i’ve used the intuos quite a bit and i like it a lot. but i dunno i’m not very picky at all and all i really want is a good pen that feels smooth to draw with…and i dunno i’ve heard monoprices are decent and i mean you can’t beat the price.
if you guys have any info, send it my way.
8:55 pm • 17 May 2013 • 4 notes
part of me thinks i should start working under a pen name because my last name is so goddamn hard to pronounce/remember
8:27 pm • 17 May 2013 • 1 note
Anonymous asked: Congrats on your new internship! Your art is really cool and I'm sure your employers think so too :) good luck with everything, hope you have a relaxing summer! -random follower \o/
Waaah thank you so much! That’s very sweet of you. u_u
6:44 pm • 17 May 2013 • 4 notes
And of course what’s an Ieyasu without a Mitsunari.
1:27 pm • 17 May 2013 • 37 notes
i am not sure if i am hungover i might be a little bit
i just kind of want a chocolate bar
7:49 am • 17 May 2013 • 3 notes
Gerald Exhibition in New York!
My Gerald was shown last night in an exhibition in NYC!
Above: Super Gerald by Supermundane
Above: The Magical Mutt by Oliver Hibert
Above: Mappy by David Ryan Robinson
Over 100 artists have taken part in an exhibition in New York as a part of an ambitious collaborative sculpture project featuring Gerald, a paper dog.
Hundreds of ‘Gerald the Lazerian Dog’ sculptures – which are made from up to 88 paper components – have been customized by artists for the Gerald & James exhibition by LAZERIAN.
The exhibition and related book launch will be shown at New York Design Week 2013 in partnership with British bespoke paper-maker, James Cropper.
Artists from the UK, USA, Argentina, Australia and South Korea and received a Gerald with their only instruction to put their own spin on the emerging design classic.
The Gerald and James exhibition and book launch will take place during New York Design Week 2013 at 60 Reade, off Broadway between Thursday 16 – Sunday 19 May 2013
Information from Despoke.
7:10 am • 17 May 2013 • 20 notes