It’s pretty easy to lose track of what Saturday morning television looks like, once you transition from spending that time playing to spending that time nursing a hangover. So your correspondent was more than a little floored to discover (thanks to /Film) that Saturday morning cartoons are over, dead, gone, pushing up daisies, run down the curtain and joined the bleedin’ choir invisible. The CW (the good ol’ CW, God bless ‘em, they keep tryin’) was the final broadcast network to program a Saturday morning block of cartoon shows; that block aired for the last time over the weekend. It’s the end of an era, folks, so forgive me for getting a little nostalgic.
dancer4life18 said: Now that season 12 of RvB is all wrapped up, what would you say is your favorite moment from season 12?
Ooooh, super hard to say. I really liked both Wash’s dream sequence thingy and also his confrontation with Locus.
Wunderzeichenbuch (The Book of Miracles) Augsburg, ca. 1552.
that’s me in the
that’s me with the sheep
STANDING NEAR THE CASTLE
asexualwash said: If i get the opportunity to go to next RTX we should totally be Red Pants buddies cause I have a pair too :D
officialhumandisaster said: Can I just say that you are officially one of my favorite people associated with Roosterteeth. You're just awesome.
Embroidery serie by Jose Romussi
This time the Berlin based artist elaborates pictures from old fashion magazines with colorful forms of embroidery. The embroidery in this project is more playful and less linear. The self-taught visual artist manages to reinterpret the beauty of the old pictures by adding his embroidery, lending the images a mysterious component. The Chile born artist says about his work that it has been one of the most exciting projects so far and has brought him a step closer to the artists he aims to be. Romussi invites the viewer to dream with him and to experience his very own aesthetic concept.
confessionforanothertime said: I think I woke the neighbors with how hard I laughed just now at being in the middle of your screenshot.
There were even more than what I captured in that shot, but that was the longest unbroken run. Amazing.