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From happyfamily's etsy store! "Who controls the past now controls the future
Who controls the present now controls the past..."

Jim Lee's iPad Sketches via Twitter

That's the largest collection of nerdy words I've had in a title yet. Anyway, check out Jim Lee -MASTER and one of my all time favorite artists - playing on his ipad. Thanks for sharing them, we love you! See the progress of these pieces on Jim Lee's Twitter! He shares techniques and pics of his steps.


Star Wars: The Sitcom?

From i09:

"There have been lots of funny moments in the Star Wars Universe — though many probably weren't on purpose — but now George Lucas is drafting the Robot Chicken team to make an out-and-out comedy TV series.

"Hold me, like you did by the lake on Naboo" was probably one of the funnier lines of movie dialogue from all of 2005, but one usually doesn't look to the Star Wars Universe for comedy. At least, until Seth Green and Matt Senreich began channeling their love for all things Force-related into a pair of special Star Wars-centric episodes of Robot Chicken — both of which were nominated for Emmys. Papa Lucas must've been tickled enough by them that he's given his blessing for Lucasfilm Animation to team with Green and Senreich for an as-yet networkless Star Wars comedy series.

In a statement, Green said:

The Star Wars universe is so dense and rich; it's crazy to think that there aren't normal, mundane everyday problems in a world so well-defined. And it's even crazier to think of what those problems might be, since it's all set in a galaxy far, far away. What do these characters do when they're not overthrowing Empires?"



"Paintings from his 'New Buddha Series' and his 'Diamond Series' reflect this culture shock with images of such American iconic pop figures as Mickey Mouse, Spiderman and the Hulk appearing in the centre of traditional-looking works. Gade points out that these figures show up in every corner of the earth. "When I visited a tiny village called Pazi at the base of Mount Xishabangma (8,102 metres) in the Himalayas, the kids there had backpacks with Mickey Mouse on them, and were drinking Coca Cola. That made me realise the incredible power of those ubiquitous emblems of Western culture and Western values."