Make It So

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Oh Hey
These Guys




Selections from the “What If…” section of Roy A Gallant’s Our Universe. Here, concept art for potential aliens in our universe is presented. Included are the sentient ice cube Plutonian Zistles; the Jellyblimps; and the Stovebellies of Titan, among others.

Notably, two separate species appear to travel by the power of their own flatulence.


Man I had this book as a kid. Wish I still had it. It was pretty great.

I must have run across this book in a library somewhere because I loved it and lost it. I should get my own copy now that I have the power.


Birds Of A Feather | by Claire Rosen.

A brilliant live portrait series by Claire Rosen featuring vintage wallpaper backdrops to accentuate and highlight the colors of each bird, which range from the common Parakeet to the exotic Hyacinth Macaw.

As seen on: Honestly WTF.

I absolutely love this!!!

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Satoshi Kon - Editing Space & Time

Tony Zhou : “Four years after his passing, we still haven’t quite caught up to Satoshi Kon, one of the great visionaries of modern film. In just four features and one TV series, he developed a unique style of editing that distorted and warped space and time. Join me in honoring the greatest Japanese animator not named Miyazaki.”

(via wannabeanimator)


Les Cités Obscures by François Schuiten

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trumpet monkeys

‘The Maastricht Hours’, Liège 14th century

British Library, Stowe 17, fol. 61v




Cartoon Brew:

We are very excited to announce today the launch of Cartoon Brew Jobs, a new resource for the animation community. If you’re an employer looking to connect with a diverse community of animation professionals, or if you’re an artist searching for your dream animation job, we’re here to help.

A job search platform has been the most requested feature on Cartoon Brew for some time now. It was important for us though to not launch a job board simply because we could, but to start it when we were confident it could provide appreciable value to both job seekers and employers. Today, with the site’s unique visitors at an all-time high and with resources at our disposal to manage the job board, we feel the timing is right.

It costs $90 to post a job


trekko1601 presents: a Guide to the races of the Starn Trek universe

I love lists of things that are a little bit off. And Star Trip!

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