COMING NOVEMBER 2014
Paul Arscott paularscott
Josh Burggraf joshburggraf
Laura Callaghan lauracallaghanillustration
G.W. Duncanson cash-money-cartoons
Ken Johnson ballandcone
Victor Kerlow thankyouvictor
Zach Mason emotionaldistance
Anthony Meloro anthonymeloro
Jason Murphy menutnutnut
Laurie Pina cobijitas
Pete Toms petetoms
Cover by Adria Mercuri adriamercuri
Edited by Harris Smith negativepleasure
Published by Negative Pleasure Publications negativepleasurepublications
5:11 pm • 15 September 2014 • 79 notes • View comments
Pertinent Questions, Practical Answers.
11:17 am • 5 September 2014 • 8 notes • View comments
the funniest thing i’ve seen on a late nite talk show was on this one episode of Conan where Conan was doing a bit with Andy, nyucking it up, tra la la, whatever—meanwhile, Conan picked his ear, lowered his arm back onto his desk nonchalantly, waited a moment and wiped his finger on the desk, probably thinking nobody would notice he just smudged his earwax on his desk.
but I noticed.
I saw you, Conan.
4:24 pm • 19 August 2014 • 7 notes • View comments
maybe i should be more embarrassed about posting these than i am, but whatever
skills are weak, but havin’ fun
9:06 pm • 7 August 2014 • 10 notes • View comments
*sings to bjork - possibly, maybe* i’m blogging agaaain~
11:46 pm • 6 August 2014 • 4 notes • View comments
sometimes just open up garage band for the tactile pleasure i get from tapping on the laptop keys and making up dumb little songs with different instrument effects
11:40 pm • 6 August 2014 • 4 notes • View comments
“A pout is twofold. It’s a pair of lips puckered into a suggestive, cushiony mark, or it’s a pair of lips knit into a mopey scowl. Neither expression is delicate or impassive and, if deployed liberally, it can veer into the burlesque—the facial equivalent of wearing a miniature top hat. Words ascribed to the pout are: Keira Knightley, goldfish, petulance, ‘90s Liv Tyler, sex, Jessica Rabbit, “hot mess,” purrrrrr, and Paz de la Huerta.
Search for “Paz pout” and Google will ask you, “Did you mean: pass out?” before offering a gallery of what we’ll call the Paz Gaze: the 29-year-old artist, director, and actress’s (Enter the Void, Boardwalk Empire) near-logo expression. As if siphoning her entire face through her mouth, de la Huerta ekes out the sort of pout that resembles those cinnamon-flavored gummy lips, performing for the camera with a self-contradictory knowingness. She is a grown woman whose puffy eyes resemble those of a little girl whose nap was cut short. On the red carpet, de la Huerta poses with her chin tilted downwards, attitudinally teenaged despite the wear of her skin. This permanent contortion of her face seems residual like an affect from a past life—once voluntary and now, seemingly, involuntary.”
From here, a profile I wrote on Paz de la Huerta for DIS
this is the best picture
8:58 pm • 6 August 2014 • 824 notes • View comments
i was just thinking
as i waste time doing youtube karaoke vids of ‘don’t dream it’s over'…i've exhibited at three comics fests so far and have still yet to experience cartoonist karaoke.
5:36 pm • 6 August 2014 • 1 note • View comments
RIPE was fun
good 2 see all the talented cute comics babbies
10:06 pm • 4 August 2014 • 16 notes • View comments
Laurie Piña brown baggin it and Harris Smith cold bloggin it
i got in trouble ;(
9:57 pm • 4 August 2014 • 11 notes • View comments