Now available as art prints, iphone cases, skins, and throw pillows (yes, you read that right) at my Society6 page. :)
This artwork, inspired by The Fault in Our Stars, was designed by Lala Vicencio.
AAAAAHH!! AFDLKAFPQFUALVVAP!!! THANK YOU, JOHN!!!!
Hello virtual friends! In case you missed my post about this (which is now set to private because I’m OC and I think it is redundant to have two posts with the same photo), I have a short story about this poster. I really freaked out when John and Hank reblogged this last week, okay?! Maybe it wasn’t too obvious, but I really went crazy when I found out. Haha. Anyway, yesterday, as I was checking my email, I saw something with the subject: DFTBA and you. I was like oh okay… Scroll scroll… WAIT WHAT?!?!!!! I was so anxious and excited and when I read the email, they were asking if I wanted this to be available on the website. I said yes, of course, because who says no to DFTBA? Haha. After a couple of emails and a few edits, this went live on the website today (in the wee hours of the morning or yesterday afternoon/night for some). Crazy, right?!!! Okay I talk too much.
All I originally wanted to say is, well.. John mentioned it already. Haha. This is now available at DFTBA.com!!!!
This wouldn’t have happened without you guys reblogging and liking it! Thank youuuuu!!!!!!! And of course, thank you to Mr. John Green himself too!!! :D
I FINALLY have a legit new post this month!
I can’t seem to get ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ out of my head so I made a poster inspired by it (again). The first one is new, and the second is an edited version of an animated poster I did almost two months ago. :)
The Sky Is Made Up of Jackstones
Another toy from my childhood. The metal ones were even more painful to step on than legos.
…I guess this sort of counts as a tribute to Neil Armstrong as well. Rest in peace, Moon Man.
Random lazy vector of the day. Used to have lots of fun with these when I was a child. I had the wooden set, which was already considered cool back then. :))
Do kids these days still know what these are?
What Time Is It?
Tilt your screen.
“…The distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.” -Albert Einstein