December 15, 2011

Doug Engelbart! Inventor of the mouse! Father of groupware! Important guy!Page 2 -> here!Ink  on Bristol, colours in GIMP. I actually want to redraw some of this,  but I had to get it turned-in for class tomorrow, so … we’ll call this  a quasi-WIP.

Doug Engelbart P1 by ~Laemeur

Doug Engelbart! Inventor of the mouse! Father of groupware! Important guy!

Page 2 -> here!

Ink on Bristol, colours in GIMP. I actually want to redraw some of this, but I had to get it turned-in for class tomorrow, so … we’ll call this a quasi-WIP.

Doug Engelbart P1 by ~Laemeur

August 31, 2011
docshaner:

heyoscarwilde:

Ray Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles by Frank Espinosa :: scanned from personal collection :: 2011

This was the only Bradbury I really got into as a kid, made all the better by Frank Espinosa.

docshaner:

heyoscarwilde:

Ray Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles by Frank Espinosa :: scanned from personal collection :: 2011

This was the only Bradbury I really got into as a kid, made all the better by Frank Espinosa.

August 31, 2011

laemeur:

A story I did a few years ago for DC’s now-defunct Zuda venture. I was talking to Killoran about it last night and only then realized that the rights to the comic have been returned to me, so I figured I’d toss it up on the ol’ Tumblar.

The title was changed to Queer Romance! when the comic ran on the Zuda site because of a rights conflict with a series from the late ’70s that ran for a whopping one issue called Weird Romance, but for this post I’ve left the title page as it was when I originally submitted it.

(via laemeur)

August 31, 2011
sealmaiden:

Jenny Harbour, Red Riding Hood
via carnetimaginaire

sealmaiden:

Jenny Harbour, Red Riding Hood

via carnetimaginaire

August 16, 2011
Edison’s Anti-Gravity Underwear Kite Babies, 1879

There was a time in the late 19th century when it was seen that Thomas Edison could do just about anything—so much so that the Brits in The London Punch gave him tongue-in-cheek credit for inventing (flying, so to speak), anti-gravity underwear.

[via Ptak Science Books: Edison’s Anti-Gravity Underwear Kite Babies, 1879]

Edison’s Anti-Gravity Underwear Kite Babies, 1879

There was a time in the late 19th century when it was seen that Thomas Edison could do just about anything—so much so that the Brits in The London Punch gave him tongue-in-cheek credit for inventing (flying, so to speak), anti-gravity underwear.

[via Ptak Science Books: Edison’s Anti-Gravity Underwear Kite Babies, 1879]

July 19, 2011
I Want YOU!
A collaboration between Brandon Schaefer and Emily Bawn.  Purchase prints here.

I Want YOU!

A collaboration between Brandon Schaefer and Emily Bawn

Purchase prints here.

July 13, 2011
When Super Friends Fall Out from Easily Mused

When Super Friends Fall Out from Easily Mused

June 25, 2011
From Erpétologie Générale, ou, Histoire Naturelle Complète des Reptiles by AMC Duméril & G Bibron, 1854.
(via BibliOdyssey: General Herpetology)

From Erpétologie Générale, ou, Histoire Naturelle Complète des Reptiles by AMC Duméril & G Bibron, 1854.

(via BibliOdyssey: General Herpetology)

June 5, 2011
Doctor Mew by Jenny Parks

Doctor Mew by Jenny Parks

June 3, 2011
Stripes by ~einen

Stripes by ~einen

June 2, 2011
Mitosis.
From Anatomia Vegetal by Frederik Elfving (1929) and published by FE Wachsmuth (Leipzig).  View the book online here at the Biblioteca Virtual de Patrimonio Bibliográfico.
(via BibliOdyssey: Anatomia Vegetal)

Mitosis.

From Anatomia Vegetal by Frederik Elfving (1929) and published by FE Wachsmuth (Leipzig).  View the book online here at the Biblioteca Virtual de Patrimonio Bibliográfico.

(via BibliOdyssey: Anatomia Vegetal)

May 31, 2011
Period Piece by Laemeur

Period Piece by Laemeur

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