Amy, 24, INFJ, journalist. You'll find lots of animals, art, music, poetry, dresses, literature and silliness. Like my childhood, but classier. Sometimes.

 

The Sense of Sight (+ details) by Annie Louisa Swynnerton (1844-1933)

oil on canvas, 1895

(Source: paintingses)

audreybenjaminsen:

It’s been a while since I’ve posted work, but I have been working (and playing) none the less! Sometimes it’s important for my creative process to not post as much on the internet. I find it valuable to take some time to develop without receiving outward validation. However, I love sharing art and I love all of you. Everything has its time. 
My latest illustration is a “bat rider” drawn with various ink marks. Although a very laborious process, I find inking incredibly calming and melodic. It was also nice looking back on my pictures Paris to find good window reference. 
Audrey Benjaminsen 2014

audreybenjaminsen:

It’s been a while since I’ve posted work, but I have been working (and playing) none the less! Sometimes it’s important for my creative process to not post as much on the internet. I find it valuable to take some time to develop without receiving outward validation. However, I love sharing art and I love all of you. Everything has its time. 

My latest illustration is a “bat rider” drawn with various ink marks. Although a very laborious process, I find inking incredibly calming and melodic. It was also nice looking back on my pictures Paris to find good window reference. 

Audrey Benjaminsen 2014

secretlifeofageekygirl:

scarcerare:

Some of my favorite Calvin and Hobbes strips. Bill Watterson had such an incredible cryptic and philosophical style, and it just makes me excited to read the comics over and over again.

i grew up reading these comics and the best thing is re-reading them as you get older and thinking that they are even more great than they were as a kid, because you can realte more and more to Calvin

(Source: growlikewildflowers)