WOW. I just stumbled upon the work of Feg Murray while looking up pictures of Kiki Cuyler on google image search. I am blown away. I was just telling Lei-Leen yesterday about how I wish I was born 80 years earlier so I could have been a newspaper comic artist, which is what I really feel like Every Hall of Famer is at it’s heart. And then today, I find this. Feg was primarily known for his “Seeing Stars” series, which featured Hollywood celebrities in a format similar to Ripley’s Believe It Or Not. I can’t find much more info on these baseball drawings, but I am so inspired right now! I just want to draw for days.
"BONUS": Excerpts from her facebook profile:
I AM “LOVING” THIS HERE “WEATHER” WE ARE HAVING TODAY!
A “CLOVE” OF “GARLIC” A DAY WITH LOTS OF “RAW” ORGANIC PRODUCE WILL KEEP THAT WHITE COAT AWAY
This particular vanity plate makes me smile every time I pass it on my street. Plus it’s a mini cooper, which is really the only type if car I have ever loved.
Have loved this dude for a long time, and I have to say this pleases me.
1. Paul Rudd never stops being cute to me.
2. This is really, really funny. Like, I’m trying to be quiet so I won’t wake up my sleeping boyfriend but it still made me giggle out loud.
3. I kind of wish computers were like this in real life.
baseball has been good to me today
Even though my fantasy team suxxxxx:
- this interview with Mauer is adorable.
- a really, really great post on good ballplayers being bad people (Bryce Harper), good ballplayers being good people (Joe Mauer), and kids having a well-balanced set of interests, on Pitchers & Poets.
This Mac Photobooth photo means what you might think it means, if you’ve been following my blog: I got a new computer today!
Be very excited about what’s to come on this here blog and from me on the internets in general, cause it’s gonna be good.
Sketchy Bunnies is so much worse/better than Sketchy Santas. Holy crap. It was really hard to pick just one picture. My mom and I just LOL’d all over the place.