Drawings by illustrator Teagan White. More below!
Birds and deer. Birds and deer AGAIN.
The mind-boggling stupidity of your choices here never cease to impress me. You claim to be “an art blog with a soft spot for hand-made work by unknown people” yet 1 out of every 5 posts is about someone already famous or someone you’ve featured before. The remaining artists you choose to highlight are like little disciples of those… birds and deer… tattoos and sneakers… skateboards and fashion…
I dare you to post a month’s worth of stuff without resorting to MOTHERFUCKING DEAR AND BIRDS
Calm down. There’s also an owl, a frog, a bee, a squirrel, some fish, and a moth.
This comment has inspired me to do more bird-and-deer-centric art. If it has drawn such a strong reaction from you, it must be something worth exploring.
Don’t be such a downer, dude. Everyone has their own taste, even art bloggers. If you are noticing trends in the posts, maybe its because that’s where his taste is at the moment and he genuinely likes what he is posting. I’d rather have him post things he actually wants to post, than to have him post things he thinks people want him to post. If you don’t like his taste, go find another blog. No need to diss his taste, and in doing so, diss the artists as well. Some one took a very long time drawing that bird and that deer.
you seem upset. i’m not sure if you realise that you do have the option of not visiting this website – crazy i know
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