I recently got to work with the people over at Whole Foods online magazine, Dark Rye! I was asked to submit a tutorial that is environmentally friendly and cute. I had lots of fun making baskets out of paper, and strawberries out of watercolor.
Check out the whole tutorial that I shot and illustrated, over at Dark Rye!
One of the meanest things I enjoy in my everyday life is tickling. It was a desire that laid stagnant for years until my boyfriend told me that he is so ticklish, that he can’t touch his own feet without feeling tickled. From that moment, I find myself…accidentally…brushing my toes up against the bottoms of his feet because I know its going to result in an unexpected chuckle in an otherwise silent room. If you have a friend who is ticklish, may I suggest this really awful, excruciating, and hilarious activity? Try drawing of writing something on the bottom of each others feet!
Tickling is the best! It causes your to laugh uncontrollably and no matter how much you hate it at the time, everything feels fresher after a good laugh. (unless it results in you pissing you pantaloons). Even the word itself is pretty funny. The best thing I’ve seen all week is probably this video on how even rats enjoy a good tickling:
My other favorite tickling moment, is probably this penguins laugh and nod.
going to dinners where you’re greeted at your table by a honey bear
When the sky tries to use all the colors it can at the same time
Annette Funicello and Fishbone and polka dots!!!
Beauty is Embarrassing The super inspiring documentary about Wayne White, who constructed the puppets for Pee Wees Playhouse and makes those words over thrift store art painting. You know what I’m talking about…
The other day, I was missing my friend Sam. I thought it might be nice to send her a little care package! I found some fingers I had lying around, along with a sweet treat that I resisted eating, and sent off a package that was hand-led with care!