This is a short I did in 2008. At the time I was experimenting with layouts that may not always work well but I like. Each page corresponds to a specific shape, a circle, triangle, square, merkaba star, cube, pyramid, a sphere and metatrons cube. When the bearded dude drinks the alien plant elixir he astral travels to be operated on by little biological entities. When he returns to tell the tale, his companion, angry at having come all this way short on supplies with no hope of return and no earthly reward kills the dude. I also wrote a happier alternate ending where the to companions sing a song learned from the aliens which awakens the ancient star ship and takes them to the stars.
So true, so true.
Charles Harlan, Ishtar
"The Gate of Ishtar I have built with blue glazed bricks for Marduk, my Lord…Marduk, my lord…Marduk, sublime Lord, …eternal life …grant as a gift."
KARMA, New York, 2014
edition of 500
50 of which are clothbound, signed and numbered
9 x 8.3 inches (22.86 x 21.08 cm)
The reason why Matt Fry gets so many natural photos is because he makes you feel like you are most beautiful when you are natural.
Unused image-boards for Fushigi no umi no Nadia movie by Tatsuyuki Tanaka (Cannabis Works).
Happy Caturday <3
— Jack Kerouac (via thatkindofwoman)
— E.E. Cummings (via onlinecounsellingcollege)
Henry Moore, Shelter Sketch Books (Tube Shelter Perspectives), The London Underground, 1940-1941.
Promethea #23 (America’s Best Comics - December 2002)
Writer: Alan Moore
Illustrator: J.H. Williams III