supernatural-tardis:

i had a crush on this guy and i decided to pull a Pavlov on him by offering him whenever i saw him  this brand of candy he seemed to really like and after a while whenever he saw me he got excited for a second then you could see his expression shift to wondering the why the hell was he so happy to see me and i swear it was the evilest thing but also the most hilarious i made a guy like me by conditioning him into associating me to a candy he liked

veschwab:

A DARKER SHADE OF MAGIC US + UK.
Hitting shelves February 24th + February 27th respectively.
Dying. A DARKER SHADE OF MAGIC kicks off a brand new fantasy series. These are by far my favorite covers, and you guys, the series sets are going to be AMAZING.
Zoom Info
veschwab:

A DARKER SHADE OF MAGIC US + UK.
Hitting shelves February 24th + February 27th respectively.
Dying. A DARKER SHADE OF MAGIC kicks off a brand new fantasy series. These are by far my favorite covers, and you guys, the series sets are going to be AMAZING.
Zoom Info

veschwab:

A DARKER SHADE OF MAGIC US + UK.

Hitting shelves February 24th + February 27th respectively.

Dying. A DARKER SHADE OF MAGIC kicks off a brand new fantasy series. These are by far my favorite covers, and you guys, the series sets are going to be AMAZING.

annmakes:

My full piece for Light Grey Art Lab’s Skate or Die that opened last friday!  It’s a gorgeous show and all the boards look soooo awesome.  Go check it out online, or if you’re in the Minneapolis area, the show is open until November 7th!
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annmakes:

My full piece for Light Grey Art Lab’s Skate or Die that opened last friday!  It’s a gorgeous show and all the boards look soooo awesome.  Go check it out online, or if you’re in the Minneapolis area, the show is open until November 7th!
Zoom Info

annmakes:

My full piece for Light Grey Art Lab’s Skate or Die that opened last friday!  It’s a gorgeous show and all the boards look soooo awesome.  Go check it out online, or if you’re in the Minneapolis area, the show is open until November 7th!

ricardobessa:


Illustrations for the short story Blackout by Suzanne Ahern

Commissioned by Women’s Weekly - this is the whole series. The story tells of a blackout in London and how it affects the lives of the 4 main characters.
These illustrations show what’s happening in two different places around the same time. It was initially suggested that I plan them as comics panels, but they let me play around and I decided to solve it like this instead.
Detail shots on the Behance project.
Zoom Info
ricardobessa:


Illustrations for the short story Blackout by Suzanne Ahern

Commissioned by Women’s Weekly - this is the whole series. The story tells of a blackout in London and how it affects the lives of the 4 main characters.
These illustrations show what’s happening in two different places around the same time. It was initially suggested that I plan them as comics panels, but they let me play around and I decided to solve it like this instead.
Detail shots on the Behance project.
Zoom Info
ricardobessa:


Illustrations for the short story Blackout by Suzanne Ahern

Commissioned by Women’s Weekly - this is the whole series. The story tells of a blackout in London and how it affects the lives of the 4 main characters.
These illustrations show what’s happening in two different places around the same time. It was initially suggested that I plan them as comics panels, but they let me play around and I decided to solve it like this instead.
Detail shots on the Behance project.
Zoom Info
ricardobessa:


Illustrations for the short story Blackout by Suzanne Ahern

Commissioned by Women’s Weekly - this is the whole series. The story tells of a blackout in London and how it affects the lives of the 4 main characters.
These illustrations show what’s happening in two different places around the same time. It was initially suggested that I plan them as comics panels, but they let me play around and I decided to solve it like this instead.
Detail shots on the Behance project.
Zoom Info

ricardobessa:

Illustrations for the short story Blackout by Suzanne Ahern

Commissioned by Women’s Weekly - this is the whole series. The story tells of a blackout in London and how it affects the lives of the 4 main characters.

These illustrations show what’s happening in two different places around the same time. It was initially suggested that I plan them as comics panels, but they let me play around and I decided to solve it like this instead.

Detail shots on the Behance project.