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francavillarts:

POPEYE and THE HAUNTED SHIP
Concept & Art by Francesco Francavilla
Limited Screenprint for POPEYE’s 85th Anniversary Art Show.

Happy to let everyone know I am participating to Popeye’s 85th Anniversary Art show (officially licensed by King Features Syndicate) with the above piece. The limited screenprints will be on sale at Hero COmplex Gallery this Friday, and any left will probably pop up on HCG online store for everyone to buy.
Thanks to Chogrin and HCG’s own Adam for having me on board.

Here’s the description of the show:

4 years in the making, it is with great honor to announce: “STRONG TO THE FINICH! AN OFFICIAL POPEYE TRIBUTE ART SHOW,” celebrating 85 years of Popeye the Sailor!

The show is curated by illustrator, CHOGRIN, who has picked over 100 artists from around the world to pay their own unique tribute to the legendary sailor, created by E.C. Segar in 1929.

The show will premiere on September 5th, 2014 at HERO COMPLEX GALLERY (7-10pm). 

Keep visiting this page for more news & artwork!

And remember to stay “strong to the finich!”

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testicolous:

*logs off forever*

okay but this go so hard

thecomicsvault:

X-MEN THE ANIMATED SERIES
(Oct. 31, 1992 - Sept. 20, 1997)

sundxwn:

Morning in Japan by Kenji Yamamura

iguanamouth:

MY HANDS ARE TOO BIG FOR THE CONTROLLERRRRRSSSSS *knocks down a bank*

toonami-underground:

Fabulous…

theperfectlifewereliving:

Model - Pharrell Williams

Photographers - Hunter & Gatti

mysoulhasgrowndeep-liketherivers:

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assdeluxe:

higgzorz:

her: u eat ass?

me: image

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get this away from me lmfaaaooo

I hate y’all

ssbgifs:

Make sure to 200% disrespect your opponent by taking a picture in the middle of the set. So when they go into their brawl pictures, they can see themselves getting #rekt

thecomicsvault:

Splash Page From
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN ANNUAL #1 (1964)
By Steve Ditko

"Strange as it may seem, I still hope for the best, even though the best, like an interesting piece of mail, so rarely arrives."
- Lemony Snicket (via psych-facts)