apt. #41: 14 September
hot dog you want to hit this-
We’re excited to start offering subscriptions to Chris Sabatini’s Eight and a Half by Eleven comic pamphlet! What is a comic pamphlet, you ask (even as you’re rolling the sound around your mouth)? These comics fill both sides of a piece of heavyweight vellum cardstock and can be delivered to…
ya’ll check this lady out, her stuff is awesome.
New Blog Post: Works in progress and plants in progress
for some reason i often think of this black creature(oddly relating to him/her?) from the film Spirited Away…more often recently. so i thought it was neat that it showed up…so i thought i’d reblog it bcuzzah that
“Try this. It’s delicious. Want some gold? I’m not giving it to anybody else!”
ANIME WEEK: Day 1
Checkout this Maker-in-training: “A 9 year old boy - who built an elaborate cardboard arcade inside his dad’s used auto part store - is about to have the best day of his life.”
Caine’s Arcade (by Nirvan Mullick)
a li’l sumpin sumpin worth checking out…
Help Support Maybeparade’s First Book Tour!
Help us to make our first book tour a success! Author William Dewey will be reading from The Homeland of Pure Joy May 2nd in Portland at Beech St. Parlor, May 3rd in Olympia at Orca Books, May 4th in Seattle at the Elliott Bay Book Company, and May 16th in Denver at the Tattered Cover Book Store. For a small press, your support of our Kickstarter campaign will help out in big ways. We’ll be sharing exciting updates in the next few weeks- help us spread the word and we hope to see you in May!
“When you’re a Jet, you’re a Jet all the way! From you first cigarette your last dyin’ days. ”
Many years ago, Brooklyn had a thriving community of rooftop pigeon breeders whose birds would fill the skies above as they flew together in complicated and beautiful formations. Today the hobby is on the wane, but there is still a small group who continues the tradition, some of them flying huge stocks of over 1,500 birds. Through interviews with many of the city’s longtime pigeon fanciers, we are able to explore the lives of these true Brooklyn characters, their relationships with each other, and the ever-changing neighborhoods in which they live and fly. This project steps into a world that exists on Brooklyn’s rooftops, where men obsessed with their birds have found a connection with nature and the sky above them, one that contrasts greatly with the bustling streets only a few flights below.
aw, had to reblog this. precious d’ney reference.
“Rule One: No mineral or vegetable, only animals. Rule Two: No make-believe things like, ooh, pink dragons and stuff. Now, Rule Three: No disappearing.”
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