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Carter Goodrich’s “October Surprise” | The New Yorker

Carter Goodrich’s “October Surprise”

Arsum has an form of tulpa. essentially a imaginary friend in a way. his name is josette, he has the body of a human and the head of a wolf. only arsum can see him.

A suit but also samurai armor. Also a wolf. I with I had this creative of ideas for costume designs.

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OEF: Mystery Map: Underworld Cutaway - by Thomas Denmark

Prepare to scroll: This Dark Souls illustration captures the complexity of Lordran - Destructoid

Tettix first showed off his massive illustration of Dark Souls' Lordran at the end of January, when it was still a work-in-progress—well, it no longer is.

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Castle cliffside town, the entire town is protected by the large castle wall on the right and the sheer cliff face protects the town from the left providing efficient access through the lake passing through.

COVER STORY: OBAMA’S GAY-MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT

COVER STORY: OBAMA’S GAY-MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT

Obama's gay-marriage announcement The New Yorker cover illustrated by Bob Staake

Sangetsu-an Yoshida Tōshi (Japan, Tokyo, 1911-1995) Japan, 1954 Prints; woodcuts Color woodblock print Image: 6 7/16 x 6 11/16 in. (16.36 x 16.99 cm); Sheet: 10 3/4 x 7 15/16 in. (27.31 x 20.17 cm) Gift of Chuck Bowdlear, Ph.D., and John Borozan, M.A. (M.2000.105.113) Japanese Art

Sangetsu-an, Hakone Museum, 1954 by Toshi Yoshida Japanese woodblock print

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The New Yorker - Monday, March 2015 - Issue # 4585 - Vol. 91 - N° 4 - Cover “Hipster Stole” by "Liniers" - Ricardo Liniers Siri

The High Price of Failing America’s Costliest Patients - The New York Times

The High Price of Failing America’s Costliest Patients

The High Price of Failing America’s Costliest Patients Artist: Jody Barton “Jody Barton's drawing uses the desktop's white negative space to extend the artwork’s narrative.

Zippo lighters from Vietnam

A collection of engraved Zippo lighters from soldiers of the Vietnam War recently sold at auction ¥priceless peaceful truth¥

Peter De Seve (of Ice Age fame), there is such wit and humour in all his work and this is no exception, even with a play of words in the title, "summer getaway".

The New Yorker - Monday, July 2008 - Issue # 4271 - Vol. 84 - N° 22 - Cover “Summer Getaway” by Peter de Sève

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