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by Eric Hanson. Love the goofiness of the illustration, especially the speech bubbles. Love his comments about talking heads on TV even more.

by Eric Hanson. Love the goofiness of the illustration, especially the speech bubbles. Love his comments about talking heads on TV even more.

Oh, Brian Rea, how I love you. I can't say for sure how it is, but those simple figures just emote like crazy. The hair on the surfer dude's chest! The simple, limp expression on the blue hair's face! Scribbly wave! Sigh! for NYTimes

Good Enough? That’s Great

Oh, Brian Rea, how I love you. I can't say for sure how it is, but those simple figures just emote like crazy. The hair on the surfer dude's chest! The simple, limp expression on the blue hair's face! Scribbly wave! Sigh! for NYTimes

Love this sketch by Jason Polan. Apparently he's trying to draw every person in New York. Is this one you?

Love this sketch by Jason Polan. Apparently he's trying to draw every person in New York. Is this one you?

by Tina Berning. Love the combination of smooshy sloppy cool grey paint and the tightly controlled hatching of those floating hot spots. Can't get enough of this.

by Tina Berning. Love the combination of smooshy sloppy cool grey paint and the tightly controlled hatching of those floating hot spots. Can't get enough of this.

by Ken Garduno. Crazily cheap ORIGINAL illustration for just $70! Love his controlled linework, love the texture he gets in his blacks. Also, love the weird standing horse and his weird little pipe. Gorgeous.

by Ken Garduno. Crazily cheap ORIGINAL illustration for just $70! Love his controlled linework, love the texture he gets in his blacks. Also, love the weird standing horse and his weird little pipe. Gorgeous.

by Mike Reddy for Huffpo. I just dig those that fluffy turf exploding upwards like that. And that big old square jaw. And the cardboard buildings. And the lion statue bursting up into the air. Everything about it, really.

Sports At Any Cost

by Mike Reddy for Huffpo. I just dig those that fluffy turf exploding upwards like that. And that big old square jaw. And the cardboard buildings. And the lion statue bursting up into the air. Everything about it, really.

The first time I remember being aware of the maxi dress was about five years ago, when I was on a trip to New York and found myself standing in line at an Upper East Side bagel store behind a woman wearing one. It was blue and white striped, and fitted over her large breasts, but the rest of it was an alternately flowing and clinging tent. She asked for her bagel scooped out—duh—and also bought a Diet Coke. She was texting with two thumbs, and her toes were newly painted tangerine orange…

Death to the Maxi Dress: A Manifesto

The first time I remember being aware of the maxi dress was about five years ago, when I was on a trip to New York and found myself standing in line at an Upper East Side bagel store behind a woman wearing one. It was blue and white striped, and fitted over her large breasts, but the rest of it was an alternately flowing and clinging tent. She asked for her bagel scooped out—duh—and also bought a Diet Coke. She was texting with two thumbs, and her toes were newly painted tangerine orange…

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