Civil War Swiss

Aging Cheese and Spreading Disease Since 1865

March 14, 2014 at 1:56pm
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Alpacas Dream In The Himalayas

Alpacas Dream In The Himalayas

August 1, 2012 at 12:23pm
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Joel Shapiro: Untitled (1981) Charcoal on board. 103.1 x 152.2 cm.

Joel Shapiro: Untitled (1981)
Charcoal on board. 103.1 x 152.2 cm.

July 23, 2012 at 8:22am
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Reblogged from eatsleepdraw
eatsleepdraw:

The cookie monster
Tumblr x Facebook x instagram

eatsleepdraw:

The cookie monster

Tumblr x Facebook x instagram

June 15, 2012 at 6:52am
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James Ulmer: Many Faces

James Ulmer: Many Faces

June 14, 2012 at 8:11am
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Quentin Chambry

Quentin Chambry

8:07am
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Nicolas Burrows

Nicolas Burrows

January 17, 2012 at 12:38am
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Reblogged from stephaniepepper
kippery:

You guys like sketchbooks, right? 
I used posemaniac poses, a great source of poses by computer models. It also lets you turn the model for different angle perspectives. 

Seriously? Amazing resource!

kippery:

You guys like sketchbooks, right? 

I used posemaniac poses, a great source of poses by computer models. It also lets you turn the model for different angle perspectives. 

Seriously? Amazing resource!

(via stephaniepepper)

January 10, 2012 at 7:34pm
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Reblogged from pigeonbits
pigeonbits:

I think 2 and 4 are super-duper important.  (And 5, duh.)

Totally applicable to my life, and my new year’s resolution to make a graphic novel this year.

pigeonbits:

I think 2 and 4 are super-duper important.  (And 5, duh.)

Totally applicable to my life, and my new year’s resolution to make a graphic novel this year.

January 3, 2012 at 12:27pm
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Will Laren

Will Laren

December 29, 2011 at 1:41am
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Steve Lambert: Drawings for 3 Rooms in Your Home #1
Artist Statement:

Whenever asked, “How long did it take you to make this?” I always respond, “My whole life up to that moment.” And it’s true.
I never liked the idea that someone could just buy my work. I  develop ideas forever, then struggle with finding a way to execute them  that makes sense, often traversing through several iterations. And then  someone writes a check and that’s the end. What?
I work too hard on this stuff. Simply paying for it and hanging it on  a wall is too easy. I don’t want anything I do becoming another  inanimate object that decorates someone’s home. I want more. I want  ramifications!
So I came up with this. This feels more like a real transaction.  Yes, you get to own something I made, but you also accept some  responsibility. Put this on your wall and you have to be more honest as a  result. It’s more than just an image, it becomes a point of interaction  with everyone who comes into your home. It’s simple ink on paper, but  wherever it hangs, there’re social implications.
It’s not for everyone.

Steve Lambert: Drawings for 3 Rooms in Your Home #1

Artist Statement:

Whenever asked, “How long did it take you to make this?” I always respond, “My whole life up to that moment.” And it’s true.

I never liked the idea that someone could just buy my work. I develop ideas forever, then struggle with finding a way to execute them that makes sense, often traversing through several iterations. And then someone writes a check and that’s the end. What?

I work too hard on this stuff. Simply paying for it and hanging it on a wall is too easy. I don’t want anything I do becoming another inanimate object that decorates someone’s home. I want more. I want ramifications!

So I came up with this. This feels more like a real transaction. Yes, you get to own something I made, but you also accept some responsibility. Put this on your wall and you have to be more honest as a result. It’s more than just an image, it becomes a point of interaction with everyone who comes into your home. It’s simple ink on paper, but wherever it hangs, there’re social implications.

It’s not for everyone.