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My name is Freckledspace, and I like to draw. I primarily use this blog to salivate, and use my other blog to showcase doodles. Check out my slobber drawings at Freckledspace.

johnmenchaca:

destruction unit @ beerland patio

03/12/14

austin, texas

— 3 months ago with 6 notes
goodnight-sleepwell:

im writing a story about a magical sandwich

goodnight-sleepwell:

im writing a story about a magical sandwich

— 3 months ago with 54 notes

ca-tsuka:

By Your Side, animated short film directed by Tsuneo Goda (Domokun).
Tribute to Japan earthquake of March 11, 2011.

(via hicockalorum)

— 3 months ago with 4617 notes

msjwilly:

"Well oh my God! We don’t say that here!"

— 3 months ago with 10 notes
shardula:

Fuzi cat ( @ewsfuzi ) asked me to draw him and his parents Ryan @ewws and Garovs. Hope you like it, Fuzi! Hugs & Kisses from Auntie Mall. 👪😸💕 #artph #mayannlicudine #drawing #pencil

shardula:

Fuzi cat ( @ewsfuzi ) asked me to draw him and his parents Ryan @ewws and Garovs. Hope you like it, Fuzi! Hugs & Kisses from Auntie Mall. 👪😸💕 #artph #mayannlicudine #drawing #pencil

— 3 months ago with 158 notes

secretcinema1:

unseenpowerofthepicketfence:

The Cramps - TV Set

'I use your eyeballs for dials/on my TV set…'

In the spring of 1976, The Cramps began to fester in a NYC apartment. Without fresh air or natural light, the group developed its uniquely mutant strain of rock’n’roll aided only by the sickly blue rays of late night TV. While the jackhammer rhythms of punk were proliferating in NYC, The Cramps dove into the deepest recesses of the rock’n’roll psyche for the most primal of all rhythmic impulses — rockabilly — the sound of Southern culture falling apart in a blaze of shudders and hiccups. As late night sci-fi reruns colored the room, The Cramps also picked and chose amongst the psychotic debris of previous rock eras – instrumental rock, surf, psychedelia, and sixties punk. And then they added the junkiest element of all — themselves.

— 3 months ago with 60 notes