vgjunk:

Japanese ad for various consoles and home computer systems.

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supersonicart:


Supersonic Visits: Michael Uckotter.
Supersonic has been following the work of Maryland Institute College of Art student Michael Uckotter (Previously on Supersonic) for a few years now and we recently jumped at the chance to visit his studio space.  Uckotter is in a self-described “transitional stage” which finds his work seemingly digging into a deeper state of reflection.  You can check out more shots of his studio below:
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Supersonic Visits: Michael Uckotter.
Supersonic has been following the work of Maryland Institute College of Art student Michael Uckotter (Previously on Supersonic) for a few years now and we recently jumped at the chance to visit his studio space.  Uckotter is in a self-described “transitional stage” which finds his work seemingly digging into a deeper state of reflection.  You can check out more shots of his studio below:
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Supersonic Visits: Michael Uckotter.
Supersonic has been following the work of Maryland Institute College of Art student Michael Uckotter (Previously on Supersonic) for a few years now and we recently jumped at the chance to visit his studio space.  Uckotter is in a self-described “transitional stage” which finds his work seemingly digging into a deeper state of reflection.  You can check out more shots of his studio below:
Read More

supersonicart:

Supersonic Visits: Michael Uckotter.

Supersonic has been following the work of Maryland Institute College of Art student Michael Uckotter (Previously on Supersonic) for a few years now and we recently jumped at the chance to visit his studio space.  Uckotter is in a self-described “transitional stage” which finds his work seemingly digging into a deeper state of reflection.  You can check out more shots of his studio below:

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70sscifiart:

Star Fighters back cover
“'i love myself.'
the
quietest.
simplest.
most
powerful.
revolution
ever.”

andrewfutral:

Today is going really great

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