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Digital - Little Doodles

Digital - Little Doodles

Monsters Are So Yesterday : Uglylogo

Monsters Are So Yesterday : Uglylogo

inanimateobjectswithfaces - Google Search

I’ve always liked finding faces in inanimate objects

inanimateobjectswithfaces - Google Search

Digital - Little Doodles

Digital - Little Doodles

Momotaro, the peach boy - really does scare me - vintage Japanese matchbox labels from the 1920s-40s (via maraid's Flickr)

Momotaro, the peach boy - really does scare me - vintage Japanese matchbox labels from the 1920s-40s (via maraid's Flickr)

Getting fallish.

Getting fallish.

Little Nemo in Slumberland follows a boy named Nemo (“nobody” in Latin) whose dreams take him on fantastical adventures through surreal landscapes and distorted worlds—until the last panel, when he wakes up.   This full-page Sunday comic strip by Winsor McCay ran in two sensationalist city papers: the New York Herald from 1905 to 1911 and William Randolph Hearst’s New York American from 1911 to 1913.

Little Nemo in Slumberland follows a boy named Nemo (“nobody” in Latin) whose dreams take him on fantastical adventures through surreal landscapes and distorted worlds—until the last panel, when he wakes up. This full-page Sunday comic strip by Winsor McCay ran in two sensationalist city papers: the New York Herald from 1905 to 1911 and William Randolph Hearst’s New York American from 1911 to 1913.

Emma Adbåge

Emma Adbåge

Toni Halonen's bold move | Creative Boom Magazine

Toni Halonen's bold move | Creative Boom Magazine