i have some urls, wanna trade?

No, but I take cash offers.

catbearpug and I printed my mother’s wedding invitations this weekend. They came out really great. We did it over at Lady Bones Print Collective, which is great. Basically, it’s all great. We are great. And we love it when people want to pay us to make them beautiful things…

Team Really Good At This, for the win. 

Sometimes you meet someone, and it’s so clear that the two of you, on some level belong together. As lovers, or as friends, or as family, or as something entirely different. You just work, whether you understand one another or you’re in love or you’re partners in crime. You meet these people throughout your life, out of nowhere, under the strangest circumstances, and they help you feel alive. I don’t know if that makes me believe in coincidence, or fate, or sheer blind luck, but it definitely makes me believe in something.

amalgammaray:

Chuck Close

Dear person who reblogged this picture by Squeak Carnwath that I posted hella long ago who is probably really confused,
Let me reiterate: this is by Squeak Carnwath, not Chuck Close. And more  importantly, have you ever seen a Chuck Close piece in your life before? Because he has an extremely recognizable style. One might go so far as to call it a signature style. Once you have seen a Chuck Close piece, you can probably instantaneously recognize any other Chuck Close piece that exists publicly- and therefore also instantaneously discern what is not a Chuck Close piece. Maybe you should google Chuck Close and you would perhaps realize that this doesn’t look anything that he is famous for. It looks like a Squeak Carnwath piece. And maybe you’re just confused since they both have done work with Magnolia Editions (shout out to my boy Nick!) And this, in fact, is a piece editioned by Magnolia, an artist book that I got to see at Codex a couple of years ago in person, so I am like 1000% sure that this is not a Chuck Close piece. 

The tl;dr version: google is really easy to use.

amalgammaray:

Chuck Close

Dear person who reblogged this picture by Squeak Carnwath that I posted hella long ago who is probably really confused,

Let me reiterate: this is by Squeak Carnwath, not Chuck Close. And more  importantly, have you ever seen a Chuck Close piece in your life before? Because he has an extremely recognizable style. One might go so far as to call it a signature style. Once you have seen a Chuck Close piece, you can probably instantaneously recognize any other Chuck Close piece that exists publicly- and therefore also instantaneously discern what is not a Chuck Close piece. Maybe you should google Chuck Close and you would perhaps realize that this doesn’t look anything that he is famous for. It looks like a Squeak Carnwath piece. And maybe you’re just confused since they both have done work with Magnolia Editions (shout out to my boy Nick!) And this, in fact, is a piece editioned by Magnolia, an artist book that I got to see at Codex a couple of years ago in person, so I am like 1000% sure that this is not a Chuck Close piece. 

The tl;dr version: google is really easy to use.

This picture is for that weird vegan blog that just followed me. Immediately after this picture was taken, I decimated that paltry little lobster with my hands and my teeth. It was extremely delicious.

This picture is for that weird vegan blog that just followed me. Immediately after this picture was taken, I decimated that paltry little lobster with my hands and my teeth. It was extremely delicious.