Mordecai Max .
Hussein Ibrahim
I'm 22
Brampton, Canada
Co-Founder of Hubrix
Mordecai Max .
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svmosf:

cozyafternoons:

babyevangeline:

alexaaxa:

oh. my. god. if you dont reblog this Im judging you.

Damn tho

Cough.

I want to thank the heavens above for giving us such an amazing picture. I want to thank her parents for not using a rubber that night. And I want to thank my eye doctor for giving me the glasses to see this clearly.
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achilles-s:

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If you are sad, remember Ringo’s dance 
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moviesmovesme:

Alison Brie
 
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ashthorp:

Here is another homage to one of my favorite films Akira.  This time its the character Kaneda.  This piece was a total pain in the ass the whole time I worked on it.  I find it incredibly difficult to hold that line between fan art and creating my own vision.  I am such a big fan of Otomo’s work that I don’t want to just replicate his style but bring my own sense of things but not push to far away from the world it was created.  Sound fussy? It really is.  Another challenge I had was creating the likeness and attitude that he brings to the comic.  He has a certain demeanor that is very strong but can be hard to capture unless you find those subtle cues and accent them.
Anyways.  It was a total challenge with this one but I am happy I stuck with it and figured it out.  To me my work is never finished but I just decided that its time is up and move along to the next challenge.
Until next time…
ashthorp:

Here is another homage to one of my favorite films Akira.  This time its the character Kaneda.  This piece was a total pain in the ass the whole time I worked on it.  I find it incredibly difficult to hold that line between fan art and creating my own vision.  I am such a big fan of Otomo’s work that I don’t want to just replicate his style but bring my own sense of things but not push to far away from the world it was created.  Sound fussy? It really is.  Another challenge I had was creating the likeness and attitude that he brings to the comic.  He has a certain demeanor that is very strong but can be hard to capture unless you find those subtle cues and accent them.
Anyways.  It was a total challenge with this one but I am happy I stuck with it and figured it out.  To me my work is never finished but I just decided that its time is up and move along to the next challenge.
Until next time…
ashthorp:

Here is another homage to one of my favorite films Akira.  This time its the character Kaneda.  This piece was a total pain in the ass the whole time I worked on it.  I find it incredibly difficult to hold that line between fan art and creating my own vision.  I am such a big fan of Otomo’s work that I don’t want to just replicate his style but bring my own sense of things but not push to far away from the world it was created.  Sound fussy? It really is.  Another challenge I had was creating the likeness and attitude that he brings to the comic.  He has a certain demeanor that is very strong but can be hard to capture unless you find those subtle cues and accent them.
Anyways.  It was a total challenge with this one but I am happy I stuck with it and figured it out.  To me my work is never finished but I just decided that its time is up and move along to the next challenge.
Until next time…
ashthorp:

Here is another homage to one of my favorite films Akira.  This time its the character Kaneda.  This piece was a total pain in the ass the whole time I worked on it.  I find it incredibly difficult to hold that line between fan art and creating my own vision.  I am such a big fan of Otomo’s work that I don’t want to just replicate his style but bring my own sense of things but not push to far away from the world it was created.  Sound fussy? It really is.  Another challenge I had was creating the likeness and attitude that he brings to the comic.  He has a certain demeanor that is very strong but can be hard to capture unless you find those subtle cues and accent them.
Anyways.  It was a total challenge with this one but I am happy I stuck with it and figured it out.  To me my work is never finished but I just decided that its time is up and move along to the next challenge.
Until next time…
ashthorp:

Here is another homage to one of my favorite films Akira.  This time its the character Kaneda.  This piece was a total pain in the ass the whole time I worked on it.  I find it incredibly difficult to hold that line between fan art and creating my own vision.  I am such a big fan of Otomo’s work that I don’t want to just replicate his style but bring my own sense of things but not push to far away from the world it was created.  Sound fussy? It really is.  Another challenge I had was creating the likeness and attitude that he brings to the comic.  He has a certain demeanor that is very strong but can be hard to capture unless you find those subtle cues and accent them.
Anyways.  It was a total challenge with this one but I am happy I stuck with it and figured it out.  To me my work is never finished but I just decided that its time is up and move along to the next challenge.
Until next time…
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profanenyc:

#hbouthere: our homies @team_cozy always keeping things fresh and snug.
photo: @visionelie source: www.hypebeast.com
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stunningpicture:

Milk in cookie cup.
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aestheti-cal:

more fashion here brother.
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helioscentrifuge:

nox-artemis:

k1ngdra:

FUN FACT: Santa uses parkour to be able to visit every house in the world in just one night

This makes sense.

assanta’s creed
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fer1972:

Paintings by Edgar Invoker
fer1972:

Paintings by Edgar Invoker
fer1972:

Paintings by Edgar Invoker
fer1972:

Paintings by Edgar Invoker
fer1972:

Paintings by Edgar Invoker