A Date in Amsterdam

I always wanted to illustrate Hazel and Gus’s dinner date, plus my degree in architecture is over and I now have too much free time on my hands, so not only did I do a triptych, but I also decided to animate them, cinemagraph-style. To see the still versions, go to my deviantart here.

P.S. This is my first time making gifs! 

P.P.S. I’m thinking of taking the plunge and putting my prints up on Society6 or something, so I wonder if anyone’s interested? Of course, I’ll probably have to build up a sizeable amount of art first.



My friend claimed he could play Flight of the Bumblebee and accompany himself. Then he did this.

You don’t wake up every morning and text every member of your family and every friend and every person you’ve ever cared about to see if they’re ok. And then you don’t visit Wikipedia and check the names of celebrities that are important to you to see if they’re still alive. You don’t do that. Because normally, on most days, everything’s fine and nothing disrupts the balance of your little world and the order you like to have things in. So when that kind of “thereness” of people is disrupted, it’s very strange. It’s a very strange feeling.
…It’s very sad when things fall out of place.

Candice, On Robin Williams (via grishko-2007)

I’m still so sad about Robin’s death but I’m glad these muddled words resonated with someone. 

(via candysomething)