some old drawing from observation, for those I took my time. I wish I have time to do more of these.
"Your job is to see people as they really are, and to do this, you have to know who you are in the most compassionate possible sense. Then you can recognize others."
EVERYONE READ BIRD BY BIRD. It’s so life changing, and not only as a writer.(via yeahwriters)
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This graphic is fabulous. It represents a tiny crash course in rhetoric. Learn these things. Put them on your wall. Whisper them into the breeze. These are THINGS TO KNOW.
Bookmark this shit and the next time someone begins gobbling nonsense at you on a social network, instead of engaging, point them to this handy chart. Also useful: Thought Catalog’s “How To Have A Rational Conversation" flowchart.
Brett Whiteley (Australian, 1939-1992), View from the Window, Bali, 1978 Oil on canvas, 95 x 75 cm.
Long before multicultural characters and themes were commonplace, Ezra Jack Keats crossed social boundaries by being the first American picture-book maker to give black children a central place in American children’s literature.
The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats; 1962
this gives me soft feelings.