Here is a very old promo poster I did before the pilot was even complete!
I can not believe how much the show has grown and changed since this pilot; the show will look amazing, the people I am working with are amazing, wait up for the series you guys it’s gonna be something else!!!
I assume you’ve already seen this, but just in case you haven’t, they have this series of mildly passive aggressive politeness reminders on the trains in Japan. This one reads “your seat should only be as wide as your bottom, not the width of your spread legs.” Words to live by.
Urgent memo to all men riding buses, trains, and in all public seating areas: “Your seat should only be as wide as your bottom, not the width of your spread legs.”
NO JOKE and people will get all pissed if you choose to sit next to them instead of standing. i often think that if i weren’t a young female they’d tell me to fuck off, so far no one has though
Hello friends, I’ve reached a point where I don’t know what to do with all of the fanart I make and they are just cluttering up my little apartment, so I’ve decided to just give em away. I’ve never done one of these before, but I guess how it’s usually done is something like this:
I’ll pick 10 random people who’ve reblogged this post on May 25 and they can have whatever they want from what I’ve dug out of boxes and pictured above - I’ll even take care of mailing it to you, wherever you are. I can’t sell them so if there’s anyone who’s interested in them I’d rather you have them instead of them going into the trash! Reblog as many times as you like!
~p.s. if you think I’m dumb for not taking money for this stuff, if you like it, or me, perhaps something original of mine would also catch your fancy uwu~
“Rocket Dog” burst from the mind of Mel Roach with a sulfuric dog-fart. Follow Bob as he desperately tries to woo a girlfriend while his loyal, yet deranged pet, Rocket Dog, presents new challenges at every turn. Bob’s bumbling hipster lifestyle may be a warning, or an invitation, as you see fit.
I talk a lot about this metaphor of broccoli and chocolate cake — it’s hokey but it’s important to me. Basically, I don’t think we need to convince people to read because they should, because it’s good for them. I don’t think reading a book is inherently healthier or nobler that watching a TV show or movie, especially a crappy book vs. a brilliant tv show. I also don’t subscribe to the “every time you watch The Jersey Shore, God kills a poet” school of pop culture. I read books because I enjoy the shit out of them. A great novel isn’t a wheat grass shot — it’s an ice cream sundae with whipped cream and hot fudge.