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gameraboy:

Happy Easter!

Bunny!

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Still a few hours of free shipping!
via Society 6

Still a few hours of free shipping!

via Society 6

Free shipping at Society 6 today!
I can’t tell you how thrilled I was to illustrate this autobiographical piece by my amazingly talented friend John DeVore.
Read The Witches of the Confederacy at Medium.

I can’t tell you how thrilled I was to illustrate this autobiographical piece by my amazingly talented friend John DeVore.

Read The Witches of the Confederacy at Medium.

Mini framed mermaid art just added to my Etsy store! Can be purchased as a pair or individually.

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Just added to my Etsy store. A small framed print based on the gorgeous 1994 movie Queen Margot.

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During which Charlie Chaplin has a birthday.
via Society 6

During which Charlie Chaplin has a birthday.

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Friends of the Cabinet, Sweet Soubrette have a lovely new video!

I added a new mermaid to my Society 6 store.
I’m really happy with how some of the products look for this one - particularly the tote.

I added a new mermaid to my Society 6 store.

I’m really happy with how some of the products look for this one - particularly the tote.

Society 6 is once again having one of their periodic sales - free shipping* and $5 off everything! Through Sunday night Midnight PST.

So, now is an excellent time to indulge in all your mermaid and monster needs. Find my store here.

*I have heard of some issues to with the free shipping in Canada, so, if that’s where you live you might want to hold off until it’s sorted

Only 4 days left to donate to the MarxFest Kickstarter! They’re almost at their goal.

In May 1914, four brothers at a poker table were given names by which the world would come to know them. They sat down as Leonard, Arthur, Julius, and Milton, and stood up—a few dollars poorer, perhaps, but with a future assured—as Chico, Harpo, Groucho, and Gummo. In May 2014, Marxfest celebrates the centennial of this momentous event (in the city of their birth) with screenings, readings, events, theatrical performances, and remembrances.

Click through here for more info!

And there’s this:
noyoutellit:

When we received the artwork for our upcoming show, Fear Itself, we were like whoa! Actually it was more like fjd;fdjfds;fjd;dfj;f!!!! The piece is truly wonderful.
Since we can’t seem to do it proper justice with words, we’ll let artist Carolyn Raship explain what prompted the image:

For me, fear is all about dread and it’s mostly internal. Dark and anxiety and stasis and lack of control. The gnawing doubts that keep everyone awake at night. The things that try to crawl their way into one’s peripheral vision when one is exhausted. And mostly, that terrible nightmare of not being able to move or speak. It’s not the actuality of things, but the anticipation, guilt and terror manufactured in the recesses of our brains that defines fear itself.

Gulp. Yes. Luckily, we’ve recruited four brave storytellers who have conquered some very specific fears and emerged (relatively) unscathed. But don’t take our word for it, come listen for yourself. Fear Itself will take place on Wednesday, April 16th. RSVP here. 
You can view more of Carolyn’s work online at Caviglia’s Cabinet of Curiosities, which is definitely something you should do. 

And there’s this:

noyoutellit:

When we received the artwork for our upcoming show, Fear Itself, we were like whoa! Actually it was more like fjd;fdjfds;fjd;dfj;f!!!! The piece is truly wonderful.

Since we can’t seem to do it proper justice with words, we’ll let artist Carolyn Raship explain what prompted the image:

For me, fear is all about dread and it’s mostly internal. Dark and anxiety and stasis and lack of control. The gnawing doubts that keep everyone awake at night. The things that try to crawl their way into one’s peripheral vision when one is exhausted. And mostly, that terrible nightmare of not being able to move or speak. It’s not the actuality of things, but the anticipation, guilt and terror manufactured in the recesses of our brains that defines fear itself.

Gulp. Yes. Luckily, we’ve recruited four brave storytellers who have conquered some very specific fears and emerged (relatively) unscathed. But don’t take our word for it, come listen for yourself. Fear Itself will take place on Wednesday, April 16th. RSVP here

You can view more of Carolyn’s work online at Caviglia’s Cabinet of Curiosities, which is definitely something you should do. 

I just created this image for the “Fear Itself” edition of No, You Tell It

I just created this image for the “Fear Itself” edition of No, You Tell It

A lost Marx Brothers film clip from 1921!!