Dogssie Dog

My dream is to do art all day for a living. For now I am small and unknown, but I continue to draw.

Please check out the links provided, especially the art blog!

mizz-da-penguin:

Hah, he approves of Asami but not Mako. *laugh*

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prozdvoices:

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Twelve Marios having Thanksgiving dinner. Talking over each other and generally having a good time.

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I present to you A Very Mario Thanksgiving.

Asker poboh Asks:
Hello, I would ask you some question from that Art History's link. 26, What is your least favorite art movement? 40, Do you think public art is important? 3, Who do you think is the most overrated artist and why? ( You dont need to consider "MOST" ) I just want to know who is your least favorite (or you are not interested) artist. Do you think these are sort of "Nasty" question? but it is me haha. and Im bit jealous of you. to see you have got so many questions haha. Have a good weekend!
dogss dogss Said:

1910-again:

I’ve answered 26 already- I really don’t discount any particular art movement, though there may be some individual artists or works that don’t speak to me.

I tend to think of art not as a battle between artists and their ideas but as enormous, densely foliaged garden filled with eccentric and mysterious human endeavors. Historians and writers are only like children exploring the garden, picking flowers, lifting up stones and pulling out insects, maybe they’re digging holes and planting new seeds. There’s no good or bad, no winners or losers, only what could be an endless source of discovery if we allow it to be.

40. Yes, I think public art is important, there should be more of it- it should be more daring in the way it engages space and architecture and more public art should be allowed to interact with everyday life.

3. Almost all the biggest heroes of art are overrated- Picasso, Pollack, etc. I love their work just as much as I love the underrated ones, however. They’re interesting historical characters, their work has become important by default and yet there is always some kernel of merit to be found in what they do.

If you want to say something “nasty,” if you want me to reveal some hate, I certainly can. It will not be directed at any artist or movement in art, however. There is an unfortunate culture in the art world today where the artist’s quest for fortune and glory has become an end in itself, paralleling the corporate business world or the behavior of contestants of reality game shows, and here and there I see this triteness rewarded with big, over-budgeted shows filled with art that has no justifiable existence other that the fact that it is expensive garbage. I won’t name names, just open up a copy of Artforum and see for yourself. Not really sure when this trend will end. It certainly wasn’t always like this, though art and money have always shared a symbiotic relationship. If an “expensive spectacle of vapid garbage” could be considered an art movement, I suppose that would be my least favorite one. 

#3 is spot on good lord

prozd:

owlerart:

So the new 50 Shades of Korrasami trailer looks good

This is the only thing that’d get me to go back to this show.

In all seriousness though I really hope they end up together

freddylovesobamacare:

HAHA SO YOU’RE MY LITTLE GREENBEANS MAIN SQUEEZE?

MOTHER STOP YOURE EMBARRASSING MEE

kirstinthereckless:

jessehimself:

Ebola

illustration by André Carrilho

Welp.

(via blue-voids)

More PxL nonsense

guy:

THE REACTION FACES ARE WHAT I LIVE FOR

(via caitlynndee)

[F]or then mankind would have become as the Great Old Ones; free and wild and beyond good and evil, with laws and morals thrown aside and all men shouting and killing and revelling in joy. Then the liberated Old Ones would teach them new ways to shout and kill and revel and enjoy themselves, and all the earth would flame with a holocaust of ecstasy and freedom.
"The Call of Cthulhu" by H.P. Lovecraft (via lovekara77)

Sounds like a blast!!!

(via plutorising)

Luigi’s roses, grown from the rose Peasley gave to him.

Based on this fanfiction. (read it)

humansofnewyork:

"Do you remember the happiest moment of your life?"
"Every day when I get home from work."

(Hanoi, Vietnam)

dinodoollee:

Been drawing this loser for the last three pages

Various PxL that is scattered in my sketchbook, done with watercolor and ink. 

Other drawings too and a TINY korrasami doodle