watch my toast. Fayetteville

parksandrecthings:

THE GREATEST LESLIE LINE

(Source: aubreyplza, via arewhedonyet)

austinkleon:

Peanuts, August 8, 1981

@jndevereux:


  I love the way Schulz drew clouds and the sun in this Peanuts


Me too. One thing to note: Schulz actually had a hand tremor. He once complained (supposedly in the 1980s, the same decade this strip was drawn, although I can’t find the exact source) that “sometimes my hand shakes so much I have to hold my wrist to draw.”  I’m not sure when it really started to show in his work. If you pick up a collection like A Golden Celebration, you can definitely see that his line gets more wobbly and loose over the years, but things are still reasonably tight in the 80s. (It’s hard to tell, honestly, since the drawings were always so reduced for the paper. You can see how big he worked here.) Might have to add Schulz to my list of artists whose physical shortcomings led to signature work.

Regardless, these panels rule.

Filed under: Peanuts

austinkleon:

Peanuts, August 8, 1981

@jndevereux:

I love the way Schulz drew clouds and the sun in this Peanuts

Me too. One thing to note: Schulz actually had a hand tremor. He once complained (supposedly in the 1980s, the same decade this strip was drawn, although I can’t find the exact source) that “sometimes my hand shakes so much I have to hold my wrist to draw.”  I’m not sure when it really started to show in his work. If you pick up a collection like A Golden Celebration, you can definitely see that his line gets more wobbly and loose over the years, but things are still reasonably tight in the 80s. (It’s hard to tell, honestly, since the drawings were always so reduced for the paper. You can see how big he worked here.) Might have to add Schulz to my list of artists whose physical shortcomings led to signature work.

Regardless, these panels rule.

Filed under: Peanuts

publicradiointernational:

43-year-old fisherman-turned-activist Sandy Anderson stands on the shore of Brazil’s Guarabana Bay, just outside Rio de Janeiro. Anderson says he’s nearly been killed twice fighting to save this bay from polluters, and now lives in hiding.
Photo: Gerry Hadden

publicradiointernational:

43-year-old fisherman-turned-activist Sandy Anderson stands on the shore of Brazil’s Guarabana Bay, just outside Rio de Janeiro. Anderson says he’s nearly been killed twice fighting to save this bay from polluters, and now lives in hiding.

Photo: Gerry Hadden

Suppose you were an idiot, and suppose you were a member of Congress; but I repeat myself.
Mark Twain, proving there is nothing new under the sun. (via politicalprof)

visual-poetry:

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It is dreadful when something weighs on your mind, not to have a soul to unburden yourself to. You know what I mean. I tell my piano the things I used to tell you.
womenandsports:

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - JULY 26: Lyne Hutchison of England competes in the Gymnastics Rhythmic Individual Ribbon Final at SECC Precinct during day three of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games on July 26, 2014 in Glasgow, United Kingdom. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images) (via Lynee Hutchison of England competes in the Gymnastics Rhythmic… News Photo 452715288 | Getty Images)

womenandsports:

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - JULY 26: Lyne Hutchison of England competes in the Gymnastics Rhythmic Individual Ribbon Final at SECC Precinct during day three of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games on July 26, 2014 in Glasgow, United Kingdom. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images) (via Lynee Hutchison of England competes in the Gymnastics Rhythmic… News Photo 452715288 | Getty Images)

“And I urge you to please notice when you are happy, and exclaim or murmur or think at some point, ‘If this isn’t nice, I don’t know what is.’” — Kurt Vonnegut, A Man Without a Country