Sorry for the random… Porn…
I needed the practice!
Anonymous asked: Loved the work on your page. With a quick look, atanasio at deviantart came to my mind. Have you checked him out? I love his art. + How can I listen to or download the Bittersweet Humans? Best! Gk
Thanks for checking me out! I looked him up, his work is amazing. I really love how he uses colors! Thank you for sharing him with me!
Also, you can listen to it at this link http://8tracks.com/fledgexsquid/bittersweet-humans/ just press play to start it. I’m not quite sure how to download it though…
Hope that helps!
For the past few days Fledge and I have been working on a little project, a Hannibal Fan Mix. The reason I gave each other this project was because we have such weird but interesting taste in music. So we set out on our way to look through our iTunes. We wanted to make sure we picked songs that suited each character, we didn’t want to do just Hannibal and Will Graham. We wanted songs that had the sound and lyrics that fitted the show and the characters. The lyrics were important to us, we didn’t want to pick a song that sounded great and the lyrics not make sense. We wanted to have the full package.
Both Fledge and I made the front and back covers. She drew the front, I drew the back then edited them both. I didn’t want to edited a picture of Hannibal or something like that I wanted it to be extra creative.
"*insert mindless Tool fan comment here*" - Fledge
Yous guys should put this on while doing homework. Or maybe listen to it while doodling. Or while chilling on a chair with a book after a day of work. Or while ripping out somebody’s lungs and searing them with some shallots and mushrooms in a skillet.
Just put it on and let go.
St Bartholomew, an early Christian martyr who was skinned. If you look closely, you’ll notice that’s not a robe, but actually his removed skin hanging around him. by Marco d’Agrate, 1562 (Duomo cathedral, Milan-Italy)
She is a Korean artist, born in Seoul. Her works are made with painted resin.
Denis Forkas Kostromitin (b. 1977, Russia) - M L K (Moloch), 2011
Tempera, Blood, Charcoal and Graphite on Paper
Pure as we begin
Move by will alone
Leave as we come in
Pure as light, return to one
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