❅ send me a christmas question ❅
Gingerbread: Do you like tea?
Tinsel: What perfume/cologne do you wear?
Ribbon: What's a book that had a strong impact on you?
Holly: Who was the last person you sent a letter to?
North Pole: What in your life are you most grateful for?
Christmas Carole: Would you change your name if you could?
Santa: What's your favorite month?
Noell: At a movie theature, which armrest is yours?
Rudolf: What's a band a family member introduced you to?
Candy Cane: Can you make paper snowflakes?
Eggnog: What was the name of your first stuffed animal?
Mrs. Clause: Have you ever been on a boat in the ocean?
Ice: Would you rather be overdressed or underdressed at every party?
Hot Cocoa: What's your favorite thing about yourself?
Reindeer: What is your spirit animal?
Yule Log: Least favorite vegetable?
Stocking: What color are your socks right now?
Elf: If you had unlimited money to one shop, which shop would it be?
Wreath: Are you allergic to anything?
Cookies: Top three favorite bands?
Toys: Do you want children?
Sleigh Bells: Can you whistle?
Snowman: Do you like accents?
Book recover contest held by Bobby Solomon over at the Fox is Black. This is one of my entries for The Hobbit. I went for a simple but tactile feel, I wanted to design a book that begs to have its pages turned and have its cover rolled back.
stranger than the other ones
she was flower bound
one of a kind
a mistress of the waterfall
killing switch || last lynx
ART: Embroidery Art by Mana Morimoto
Also known as MNMRMT, Tokyo-based textile artist Mana Morimoto creates nothing short of dope and unique artwork!
Sometimes creepy, always funny and magical, she uses the combination of the black and white images and the meditative process of hand-stitch to create fascinating and colorful compositions.
DESIGN: New Spinning Gifs from Rrrrrrrrroll
Rrrrrrrrroll, the oddly anonymous but oh-so good Tumblr blog dedicated to the art of spinning GIF or whatever that is, continues to be one of the best parts of the internet.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt by Sam Jones | Vanity Fair Oct. 2013