Accidentally dropping fountain pens is fun.
post a pic of your favorite book of all time (and tag it #idealbookshelf ) for a chance to win a little painting of it! (or just tweet the name of it to @idealbookshelf ) this is mine ❤️📔❤️ (at Ideal Bookshelf HQ)
I doubt this contest is still running, but wow that book is beautiful.
Klaus Baudelaire, the middle child, loved books. Or, rather, the things he learned from books. The Baudelaire parents had an enormous library in their mansion. A room filled with thousands of books on nearly every subject. And nothing pleased Klaus more than spending an afternoon filling up his head with their contents.
"Take my name off of the lease, you can even keep the name, it never suited me." I’m not very happy with the quality of my calligraphy here, but I liked the quote too much to not post it. As an added bonus, I can spell Blake Schwarzenbach’s name without needing a reference. #calligraphy
Let me tell you about my boat. The Belafonte was a long-range sub hunter during the second world war, which we bought from the U.S. navy for $ 900,000. The sauna was designed by an engineer from the Chinese space program and we need a Swedish masseuse on staff. Here’s where we do all our science projects and experiments and so on. This is the kitchen which contains probably some of the most technologically advanced equipment on the ship. Elanor put together a topnotch research library for us with a complete first-edition set of the life aquatic companion series. We process our own rushes and keep a cutting room on board so we can do an assembly while we’re shooting. This s the observation bubble, which I thought up in a dream, actually. Two albino scouts swim with the ship. They’re supposedly very intelligent, although I’ve never seen evidence of it. Here’s the engine room. The bearing casings aren’t supposed to look like that but we can’t afford to fix ‘em this year. Topside we’ve got the bridge, the mini sub, an old chopper and all kinds of radar and sonar and underwater movie gadgets.
Since I basically disappeared in December, I thought I’d upload a ton of stuff to make up for my absence! After working on what has now become The Daily Planet Files since May of 2013, I’m finally happy with the designs and what this has developed into. Who know what surprises 2014 holds for these guys;)…
I’d like to wish my super cool followers a happy, healthy, and prosperous new year!
oh man oh man oh maaaan. *_*
The great thing about Brittney Williams’ Daily Planet files is that it isn’t just a revamping of the existing Superman cast of characters - like a checklist of “here’s Metallo, here’s Toyman, here’s Bizarro” - but an independent envisioning, it’s the Daily Planet cast partaking in new stories that aren’t just rehashing the last seventy five years. I love it, it’s exactly the kind of Superman comic I’d love to see.