art-centric:

Andre Derain - The Turning Road, L’Estaque

art-centric:

Andre Derain - The Turning Road, L’Estaque

acidcoffee:

Zblu Cops trailer

Im rereading Nini Patalo and how sad and metal was this comic tho, like you know for most children’s comics and cartoons people have those crazy theories like “their parents are actually dead” or everything

The first thing Nini does in the comic is to KILL HER PARENTS right away

love this comic

attackontimtan a dit : Capsule Cosmique c’est ma VIE je les ait encore TOUS (bon pas en super état MAIS)

Ha la chance moi je les trouve plus ils doivent être dans les cartons de mon ancien déménagement je les cherche partout

this was so fuckinng punk rock
cover by Herve Tanquerelle

this was so fuckinng punk rock

cover by Herve Tanquerelle

attackontimtan a dit : HAAAAA A TU LISAIS CAPSULE COSMIQUE AUSSI HIGH FIVE

oooOOOOOOOOOOOO

c’était trop bien capsule cosmique! 

But seriously though Tcho! and Capsule Cosmique is exactly the kind of thing I aspire to od later but with animation instead of comics? Incredible

artchipel:

Curator’s Monday

Seth Haverkamp (USA)

Seth has had a passion for art since he was a small child; always sitting in his room and drawing. He continued with his art and graduated with a Bachelor in Fine Arts from Carson Newman College after a year each at Cleveland Institute of Art and Memphis College of Art. In 2005 he studied with internationally known artist Nelson Shanks, at Studio lncamminati. Upon leaving lncamminati he moved to northern Virginia where his career in painting really took off. Living in the Washington DC area has enabled Seth to have a number of one-man shows as well as study with renowned artist Robert Liberace. 

Along with interesting and unique still-life paintings Seth has done many commissioned portraits, but it must be said that his chief subject and love is his wife and children. They always take him to new heights of creativity and beauty. Seth was a featured artist in 200Ts American Artist Portrait Highlights publication as well as in International Artist magazine. Seth enjoys realism. He loves color and form and the drama of light and dark. As Seth says, “The meaning? It is found in beauty. At the moment, that’s enough.

© All images courtesy the artist

[more Seth Haverkamp | Curator’s Monday with fer1972]

"As a queer person of color, I have been told all my life that I will never play the romantic lead, and that’s fucked up. When they say that, what they’re actually telling you is that your love story doesn’t exist."
- Dylan Marron, SDCC 2014 (via ivory-spirals)
Reblog if you’re in the Tcho! le Mégazine fandom

If your first slash ships were from Lou!

If Zblucops is the reason you’re now a piece of shit weaboo

If Nadia’s groom in Nadia se marie actually being her cousin was the biggest plot twist of your childhood

If you couldn’t wait for middle school because of those cool charatcers in Zap College

If your whole sense of humor comes from Death in Nini Patalo

If Mamette taught you more about life than any manic pixie dream girl movie you saw as a teenager

If Captain Biceps got you into comics

If you had a crush on the dragon (or on the fairy if you were gay like me) in Ragnarok

If your biggest dream was to participate in Bao Battle

If you would quote jokes from the Rubrique Scientifique in everyday situations

If the Miya was the kawaii mascot of your dreams and you had plushies or keychains of it

If when you reblog Agito Cosmos or Goligo art on tumblr you feel like you know something other people don’t

There was a Tcho! nerd in each class in elementary school

Reblog if you were the Tcho! nerd

bofransson:

Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947) 
Le petit déjeuner 1936

bofransson:

Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947) 

Le petit déjeuner 1936

bofransson:

Interior with Boy
Pierre Bonnard - 1910

bofransson:

Interior with Boy

Pierre Bonnard - 1910

labellefilleart:

Jovenes Valencianas, Hermen Anglada-Camarasa

labellefilleart:

Jovenes Valencianas, Hermen Anglada-Camarasa

m-entalese:

Death and Life, Gustav Klimt, 1910, oil on canvas

m-entalese:

Death and Life, Gustav Klimt, 1910, oil on canvas