dear jean

rag-tag-adventures:

In my third project for Core Studies we were asked us to convey a message to an audience and find different ways to disseminate the meaning.  By paying attention to the context of where the message would be read, the space could alter how the audience would engage and receive the content of what was written.  I chose to to project my message to an intimate audience of women who had in current times altered the physicality of their presence in my life by moving away from Hobart or travelling overseas. I chose to convey a sentiment that was both affectionate and whimsical, which I felt connected well to the form of the artefacts and the connection I felt to each woman. This is a hanky I printed for my Mum. My Dad delivered it to her while they were travelling in Italy. 2013. 

Ali is the Best!

rag-tag-adventures:

In my third project for Core Studies we were asked us to convey a message to an audience and find different ways to disseminate the meaning.  By paying attention to the context of where the message would be read, the space could alter how the audience would engage and receive the content of what was written.  I chose to to project my message to an intimate audience of women who had in current times altered the physicality of their presence in my life by moving away from Hobart or travelling overseas. I chose to convey a sentiment that was both affectionate and whimsical, which I felt connected well to the form of the artefacts and the connection I felt to each woman. This is a hanky I printed for my Mum. My Dad delivered it to her while they were travelling in Italy. 2013. 

Ali is the Best!

— 14 hours ago with 1 note
rag-tag-adventures:

Femme Feline Montage; for my major project for Intro to Drawing, I chose to turn my drawings into a screen print.  This was one of my first attempts to create large scale drawings for the public eye-my drawings are usually wiggly fine line drawings of people in the pages of journals.  These are still just line drawings, but I chose to use a larger brush pen which helped scale it up.  I studied lots of photos of cats, hissy, scratching, licking their bums and drew them individually, then compiled them into a frisky feline montage.  I chose to print red on pink to enhance the feminine feel of the print. I made up a basic dressed and had the illustrious Molly (aka Mouldy) Turner model for me at the Hobart Cat Centre!  The photos were taken by Nathen Gillam.  Since this one I’ve printed up bags and cat onesies, all that are sold I donate 20% of proceeds to the Cat Centre.  I think this would make my late grandmother Trish proud.  She passed away last year, as an amazing woman a role model in all aspects of her life and an avid cat lover, in lieu of flowers at her funeral she asked that a donation be made to the cat centre! I hope they all now lying around in the sun of their new owners homes! X

rag-tag-adventures:

Femme Feline Montage; for my major project for Intro to Drawing, I chose to turn my drawings into a screen print.  This was one of my first attempts to create large scale drawings for the public eye-my drawings are usually wiggly fine line drawings of people in the pages of journals.  These are still just line drawings, but I chose to use a larger brush pen which helped scale it up.  I studied lots of photos of cats, hissy, scratching, licking their bums and drew them individually, then compiled them into a frisky feline montage.  I chose to print red on pink to enhance the feminine feel of the print. I made up a basic dressed and had the illustrious Molly (aka Mouldy) Turner model for me at the Hobart Cat Centre!  The photos were taken by Nathen Gillam.  Since this one I’ve printed up bags and cat onesies, all that are sold I donate 20% of proceeds to the Cat Centre.  I think this would make my late grandmother Trish proud.  She passed away last year, as an amazing woman a role model in all aspects of her life and an avid cat lover, in lieu of flowers at her funeral she asked that a donation be made to the cat centre! I hope they all now lying around in the sun of their new owners homes! X

— 14 hours ago with 1 note
i love thinking this loudly in my head x

i love thinking this loudly in my head x

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— 14 hours ago with 7385 notes
rag-tag-adventures:

Femme Feline Montage; for my major project for Intro to Drawing, I chose to turn my drawings into a screen print.  This was one of my first attempts to create large scale drawings for the public eye-my drawings are usually wiggly fine line drawings of people in the pages of journals.  These are still just line drawings, but I chose to use a larger brush pen which helped scale it up.  I studied lots of photos of cats, hissy, scratching, licking their bums and drew them individually, then compiled them into a frisky feline montage.  I chose to print red on pink to enhance the feminine feel of the print. I made up a basic dressed and had the illustrious Molly (aka Mouldy) Turner model for me at the Hobart Cat Centre!  The photos were taken by Nathen Gillam.  Since this one I’ve printed up bags and cat onesies, all that are sold I donate 20% of proceeds to the Cat Centre.  I think this would make my late grandmother Trish proud.  She passed away last year, as an amazing woman a role model in all aspects of her life and an avid cat lover, in lieu of flowers at her funeral she asked that a donation be made to the cat centre! I hope they all now lying around in the sun of their new owners homes! X

rag-tag-adventures:

Femme Feline Montage; for my major project for Intro to Drawing, I chose to turn my drawings into a screen print.  This was one of my first attempts to create large scale drawings for the public eye-my drawings are usually wiggly fine line drawings of people in the pages of journals.  These are still just line drawings, but I chose to use a larger brush pen which helped scale it up.  I studied lots of photos of cats, hissy, scratching, licking their bums and drew them individually, then compiled them into a frisky feline montage.  I chose to print red on pink to enhance the feminine feel of the print. I made up a basic dressed and had the illustrious Molly (aka Mouldy) Turner model for me at the Hobart Cat Centre!  The photos were taken by Nathen Gillam.  Since this one I’ve printed up bags and cat onesies, all that are sold I donate 20% of proceeds to the Cat Centre.  I think this would make my late grandmother Trish proud.  She passed away last year, as an amazing woman a role model in all aspects of her life and an avid cat lover, in lieu of flowers at her funeral she asked that a donation be made to the cat centre! I hope they all now lying around in the sun of their new owners homes! X

— 14 hours ago with 2 notes
Anonymous asked: Dear Boyfriend I recently sought advice from a street astrologist, on where I might find my significant other. Their advice was; "Seek your spirit animal. They are half crab, half cat, an entity called Meerclaw. You will find them where suburbia meets the shore." Does this sound legit to you or should I ask for my five dollars back and give them a one star yelp review?


Answer:

advicecomics:

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Advicecomics Columnist: Boyfriend
written/drawn.

Hawkins is BOSS

— 14 hours ago with 34 notes
rag-tag-adventures:

Girl Gang Rampage!  This series was shot for a feature in Hobart feminist magazine Betty Mag!  Rag Tag got such an awesome spread, so lucky! Photography by Kishka Jensen, hair by Jasmine Heckenberg & Matt Minol, models Ellina Evans, Erin Linhart, Brianna Denning, Jade Elford & Ali Pyrke. You can get your hands on a copy of the mag over here https://www.etsy.com/au/listing/187760142/issue-four-of-bettymag-hobarts-feminist?ref=shop_home_active_1
Or check out the what Laura Kay, the brains of Betty is up to now on http://www.thecupthief.com/
And check out the other things these guys get up to…
http://kishkajensen.tumblr.com/
http://bandwagonstylephotography.tumblr.com/
http://mattminol.com/

Sweetest girlfriend Ali has a awesome blog now Follow her Awesome!

rag-tag-adventures:

Girl Gang Rampage!  This series was shot for a feature in Hobart feminist magazine Betty Mag!  Rag Tag got such an awesome spread, so lucky! Photography by Kishka Jensen, hair by Jasmine Heckenberg & Matt Minol, models Ellina Evans, Erin Linhart, Brianna Denning, Jade Elford & Ali Pyrke. You can get your hands on a copy of the mag over here https://www.etsy.com/au/listing/187760142/issue-four-of-bettymag-hobarts-feminist?ref=shop_home_active_1

Or check out the what Laura Kay, the brains of Betty is up to now on http://www.thecupthief.com/

And check out the other things these guys get up to…

http://kishkajensen.tumblr.com/

http://bandwagonstylephotography.tumblr.com/

http://mattminol.com/

Sweetest girlfriend Ali has a awesome blog now Follow her Awesome!

— 2 weeks ago with 1 note
amyharrity:

my really awesome cousin loaned me his bronica 645 for the past year or so. i shot this on my last roll of film working on that lil guy. i’m looking for a mamiya 7 now so holler if ya hear.

nice

amyharrity:

my really awesome cousin loaned me his bronica 645 for the past year or so. i shot this on my last roll of film working on that lil guy. i’m looking for a mamiya 7 now so holler if ya hear.

nice

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— 1 month ago with 7665 notes
starswaterairdirt:

Infrared image of the dark side of the rings of Uranus, take by the Keck Observatory, 2007

starswaterairdirt:

Infrared image of the dark side of the rings of Uranus, take by the Keck Observatory, 2007

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— 1 month ago with 9146 notes
ofcolor-fashion:

Adesuwa Pariyapasat by Jason Jean for Citizen Couture.

ofcolor-fashion:

Adesuwa Pariyapasat by Jason Jean for Citizen Couture.

(Source: citizencouture.com, via grarse)

— 1 month ago with 1566 notes