"Then there’s magic. There are no excuses here. None at all. Either you have a magic system which is inclusive of women, or exclusive of women, and in both instances, FEMALE CHARACTERS ARE GOING TO HAVE OPINIONS ABOUT THAT. If you really want a patriarchal, masculine magical system, then as with politics, the most interesting thing you can do is throw women at that system, to see where the cracks are."
#thank you Rachel!
SO THIS GUY IN MY ENGLISH IS DOING A PROJECT FOR BIO WHERE HE GETS A DUCKLING TO IMPRINT ON HIM SO HE JUST CARRIES IT AROUND WITH HIM TO ALL OF HIS CLASSES AND I SWEAR THIS DUCK IS THE MOST WELL BEHAVED FUCKING POULTRY IVE EVER SEEN IT JUST SITS ON HIS DESK QUIETLY AND SOMETIMES HE PUTS IT IN HIS POCKET AND IT JUST SLEEPS LIKE WOW YOU GO DUCKY
I want this man and his duck to grow up to become crime-fighters. And the show will be called Quackdown or possibly Duck and Cover.
Two posts in one day WHAT IS EVEN HAPPENING. In-progress art trade of dolphin skull ghosts~
#srsly i am nowhere near cool enough
Sketch for my half of an art trade with a buddy of mine. Its a Wolpertinger from Bavarian mythology having it out a big ole serpent. Will be finished with copics.
Guys just look how badass this is! So amazing to be doing a trade with Danielle, like how am I even cool enough for this
My half will be a creepy dolphin skull thing!
Super hipster instagram teaser of a thing I am working on, like it’s not painfully obvious who it is or anything |D
Snow White in New York by Fiona French
Pulsating with the rhythm and vibrancy of the Jazz Age, this dazzling picture book is set in New York City in the 1920s. The story may be familiar, but the cast of characters will surprise you. Snow White is a beautiful jazz baby, protected by seven hot jazzmen. Instead of a wicked stepmother, her arch-enemy is the Queen of the Underworld. And her Prince Charming is a crack reporter from the New York Mirror. The breezy and clever text complements the style and color of the art deco illustrations, making this a picture book of astonishing originality. This winner of The Kate Greenaway Medal is at last available in paperback.