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I Like Them

I really like these t-shirt designs at Threadless.

Invention of Color

The Invention of Colour by Ben Hartnett. Too bad they can’t do these in black. via

Pick Your Poison One

Pick Your Poison 2

Pick Your Poison by Phil Jonesvia


This last picture has nothing to do with Threadless. It’s something I found for you to add to your collection of mysterious vintage photographs. eBay auction WAS here. It’s over now.

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Grickle Comic: The Hidden People

I have this post category that I call “It’s Safe To Tell You Now I Ordered Mine”, and here is the latest entry. Graham Annable, the man behind Grickle, has a new “limited edition” comic available on his site via BigCartel. While you’re ordering one, don’t forget that another ten clams will get you the fabulous signed Nosferatu riding a shark print. Also available are prints of Principal Skeleton and Space Sadness, among other things.

I, the dark, hereby certify that neither Mr. Annable, nor any of his associates (who will hereafter be referred to in this document as the “hidden people”) have threatened me with any harm, nor have they menaced me by appearing as if from nowhere. I am posting this because, and only because of the possible entertainment value of his products and based on my own interests. No hidden people have visited my cellar or attic, or reminded me that they know where I live. Finally, I would not find gaping silences nor silent little men with red peaked hats unnerving at all if they did visit. Which they haven’t.

The flying monkeys let our technician out for a minute and he snuck away into the light of day. Thanks for your patience during this difficult transition.
I ated Tinkerbell.

Fhtagn Spoken Here.

... the attic, a vast raftered length lighted only by small blinking windows in the gable ends, and filled with a massed wreckage of chests, chairs, and spinning-wheels which infinite years of deposit had shrouded and festooned into monstrous and hellish shapes.
The Shunned House
H.P. Lovecraft

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