Cover of the La Boheme Art Quarterly—sexy lady en pointe while a crabby-looking… potato(?) looks on from his throne. Oh, and there’s a rich guy’s head on her tray. Smug and still smoking. With a beer.
I’m sure I’m missing something.
Illustration on vintage fireworks packaging, via sisterwolf
Martyl Langsdorf, Doomsday Clock Designer, Dies at 96…
“Mrs. Langsdorf was a painter who specialized in abstract landscapes. Her husband, Alexander Langsdorf Jr., was a physicist who had worked on the Manhattan Project developing the atomic bomb. In 1945, as preparations were being made to drop bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Dr. Langsdorf and others formed the Bulletin as debate was escalating within the group about what it had created. … Mrs. Langsdorf’s career designing magazine covers stopped and started with that first magazine issue of the Bulletin (which declared that it was 11:53 p.m.).”
This is every kind of right. 1983 SoCal punk scene PSA poster by Jaime Hernandez of Love and Rockets comic ‘fame’. Rember, whatever your scene, it’s your responsibility to have it not suck. F’r realz. via tsunamiki. PS you’ll be forgiven when you think that’s Gaiman’s ‘Death’ in the illustration above, that only makes it better.