F.M. Langer

antiquarian, guilty bystander, philosopher king
thisblueboy:

Francois-Guillaume Menagoet (French, 1744-1816), The Martyrdom of St. Sebastian. second half of 18th century, Patric and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

thisblueboy:

Francois-Guillaume Menagoet (French, 1744-1816), The Martyrdom of St. Sebastian. second half of 18th century, Patric and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

(via thoughtsupnorth)

innocentbrutality:

Really uninspired, so I did a hand study from a reference (which I’ll put a link to, soon as I manage to track down the ref’s link, :/)

innocentbrutality:

Really uninspired, so I did a hand study from a reference (which I’ll put a link to, soon as I manage to track down the ref’s link, :/)

(via thoughtsupnorth)

walterhhwhite:

i was having a good morning until i realized ‘yeah’ by usher came out ten and half years ago. 60 years in the future, god willing, we will be grinding to this in the nursing home

Yeah is a timeless classic and I will not hear otherwise.

(via milvertons)

amandascurti:

inkfilledsea:

This is something I’ve been working on for a long time now and it’s nearly done. It’s a story from my good friend Matthew Rosenberg, drawn by myself and colored wonderfully by Amanda Scurti. I’m as proud as I can be with myself on this project as my Irish guilt allows, and with it nearly finished here is a preview.

Tyler & Matt’s super smart comic I’ve been coloring! Look at it. 

elementalflower:

francesca-langer:

Star Wars, Episode III: Revenge of the Sith should really be called Star Wars, Episode III: Look at Your Life, Look at Your Choices

*whispers* Star Wars Episode I: The Wagon Train of Incompetence

(Hi Francesca, guess who? Also, we still need to find a good name for Ep II…)

Star Wars, Episode II: Byzantine, Incomprehensible, Ultimately Anti-climatic Second Act Filler… Of the Clones