Let It Go - Behind The Mic Multi-Language Version (from “Frozen”)
I just think it’s really amazing how all these ladies manage to sound the same. Maybe it’s some post-production sound effect trick they did.

will be tabling at Alternative Press Expo this weekend with Alden Viguilla. The festival is in San Francico, Fort Mason Center.
We’re at table 1020, not super far from the entrance, and against the walls…If you like handmade silkscreen books and prints, then we’re the table for you :)

will be tabling at Alternative Press Expo this weekend with Alden Viguilla. The festival is in San Francico, Fort Mason Center.

We’re at table 1020, not super far from the entrance, and against the walls…If you like handmade silkscreen books and prints, then we’re the table for you :)

rhamphotheca

rhamphotheca:

A Brief Introduction to Marxism

This presentation looks at the basic idea of Marxism, specifically the conflict between the different classes in society.

(via: The Curious Classroom)

DOWN WITH THE BOURGEOISIE !

On a tangent, I keep on wondering how people do these types of drawn presentations. Are all the doodles already sketched in very lightly on pencil, or is the guy really THAT GOOD at drawing? (I would need an underdrawing is all I’m saying)

rhamphotheca

rhamphotheca:

How Languages Evolve:

Explained in a Winning TED-Ed Animation

by Ayun Halliday

Language. It’s as adaptable as Darwin’s finches.

It’d be interesting to know how the Internet changes the game. Seems like it would go a long way toward democratizing the process by which lingo gets mingled.

Alex Gendler’s TED-Ed lesson, winningly animated by Igor Coric, rolls back the clock to a time when communal groups would subdivide and strike out on their own, usually in order to beef up the food supply.

This sort of geographic and temporal separation was bound to take a toll, linguistically. Evolution is need-based. Vocabulary and pronunciation eventually betray the specifics of the speaker’s surroundings, their circumstances and needs…

(read more: Open Culture)

natebear

leseanthomas:

Many of these rates (before taxes, might I add) haven’t changed in 20 years. $100-$250 in 1994 aint the same as in 2014. This is why Comic Book Conventions for many comic illustrators, in many cases, are the lifeblood of their comic making (commissions, direct fan interaction books sales). 

Support your local mainstream or indie comic artist!!!!

Source: http://www.ehow.com/info_8068093_much-artist-make-per-project.html

Makes me glad I earn money through graphic design instead,