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    huntlus:

    Pages from my A5 travel sketchbook

    Spain

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    — 21 hours ago with 60 notes

    nevver:

    Whenever I breathe out, you’re breathing in - Adam Lupton

    — 22 hours ago with 1880 notes
    theloniousgrimm:

He longed desperately to return home and yet could not remember where exactly he left it. 

    theloniousgrimm:

    He longed desperately to return home and yet could not remember where exactly he left it. 

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    — 22 hours ago with 131 notes

    evilwitchgirl:

    just hold on

    We’re goin home…

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Jimi Hendrix photographed by Petra Niemeier, 1967.

    Jimi Hendrix photographed by Petra Niemeier, 1967.

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    — 22 hours ago with 427 notes

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    Breaking the Rules of the Comic Art World with @fionastaples

    To see a first glimpse of Marvel’s new Thor cover — and for more amazing comic art—follow @fionastaples on Instagram. For general geekery and awesomeness from Comic-Con San Diego, check out the #SDCC hashtag.

    Thor is becoming a woman—and Fiona Staples (@fionastaples) is the artist charged with bringing the iconic comic book hero to life on the cover of Marvel’s groundbreaking issue.

    Fiona’s Instagram photos are a comic book fan’s dream, showcasing special teasers from cool, upcoming projects (like Thor), but the Alberta-born artist also uses her account to share beautiful in-progress sketches featuring well-known faces both within the comic world and beyond.

    Fiona joins other artists at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2014, a massive community event that is becoming more and more gender-inclusive every year. As a woman in a traditionally male-dominated industry, Fiona considers herself an important advocate for well-developed female characters.

    "I think comics have a bit of a reputation for tacky and exploitative images of women,” she says. “But that’s becoming a thing of the past.”

    — 1 day ago with 1732 notes