inechi:

My new comic Traducciones is now available! It was published by Ediciones Valientes and it’s about a translator who works from home and her experiences with long distance romance, sex, interpretations, friends and having fun in this pointless void we call LIVING.

You can also buy a copy together with one of the original pages from it. An original 14 x 21 cm / 6 x 8 in graphite drawing on fabrianno you can hang on your wall! fancy.

Really good comic.

The legacy of anti-Black racism is that Black struggle gets deemed the property of all other social justice struggles. The symbols and tactics of Black struggle are deemed the common property of all. Black people are required to show solidarity with other people of color, without other people of color owing solidarity to Black communities. Black oppression is always analogized to other forms of oppression in a manner that disappears Black oppression itself. It is presumed we already know everything about Black oppression, so we can just use it as an empty signifier to explain other oppressions.

Andrea Smith, as quoted by @prisonculture on twitter. (via so-treu)

Damn. TELL IT.

Black oppression is always analogized to other forms of oppression in a manner that disappears Black oppression itself.

If I had a dollar for every. fucking. time.someone compared being black to being gay, or disabled, or…..anything really. 

(via dearaudre)

THIS!!!!!!!

(via jcoleknowsbest)

(via fatnutritionist)

cavetocanvas:

Carrie Mae Weems, Not Manet’s Type (detail), 1997. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York. Copyright Carrie Mae Weems.


There’s a Carrie Mae Weems exhibit at Studio Museum Harlem through June 29th that looks interesting.

cavetocanvas:

Carrie Mae Weems, Not Manet’s Type (detail), 1997. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York. Copyright Carrie Mae Weems.

There’s a Carrie Mae Weems exhibit at Studio Museum Harlem through June 29th that looks interesting.

(via blackcontemporaryart)

comicsworkbook:

Comics Workbook Magazine #3 is now available from Copacetic Comics.
This issue features Dash Shaw in conversation with Frank Santoro at SPX 2013 (transcribed by Andrew White), essays on Nancy by Dorothy Berry, interviews with Annie Mok and Ed Luce by Zach Mason, an essay on the comics of Marissa Paternoster by Brandon Soderberg, and Laura Knetzger's essay on sexual assault themes in comics. The cover was drawn by Dash Shaw.

Lots of good stuff in this issue.
I want to explicitly thank Ed Luce and Annie Mok for being so generous with their time. Use those links and pick up some excellent comics.

comicsworkbook:

Comics Workbook Magazine #3 is now available from Copacetic Comics.

This issue features Dash Shaw in conversation with Frank Santoro at SPX 2013 (transcribed by Andrew White), essays on Nancy by Dorothy Berry, interviews with Annie Mok and Ed Luce by Zach Mason, an essay on the comics of Marissa Paternoster by Brandon Soderberg, and Laura Knetzger's essay on sexual assault themes in comics. The cover was drawn by Dash Shaw.

Lots of good stuff in this issue.

I want to explicitly thank Ed Luce and Annie Mok for being so generous with their time. Use those links and pick up some excellent comics.

Young Romance #168 (Nov. 1970)

Young Romance #168 (Nov. 1970)

I’m on Twitter: @softpieces

I’m on Twitter: @softpieces

PS22 Chorus / "This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)"

(Maybe my favorite version of this Talking Heads song.)

radiocola:

emoctv:

Suzanne Ciani synthesizer demonstration
3-2-1 Contact, 1980

This is a tumblr dedicated to experimental music in Kids TV. Like Pee Wees Playhouse, Sesame St, 3-2-1 Contact, Jem, Chic-A-Go-Go. Jeez how am i guna get any work done now. 

YO.

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