faggot art

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2012!dan’s thoughts on 2016!dan.

disclaimer: obviously there is no way of knowing what 2012!dan’s actual thoughts would be on his present day self. these are my own views and interpretations.

okay this literally took me about 10 hours to finish (once i start a drawing i keep going until i’m done otherwise i lose motivation). i’m honestly really happy with it, despite how fucking hard it is to draw 2012!dan’s hair jfc.

i see a lot of people genuinely believing that 2012!dan would be angry over everything that 2016!dan does nowadays, but i really don’t think that’s true. what do you guys think?

DO NOT REPOST, REBLOGS ARE APPRECIATED!

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I recently found out about idubbbz’s girlfriend. She’s really cute! I really wanted to draw her!

I feel bad for Ian and Anisa TBH; because Anisa gets a lot of hate from Ian’s fangirls (who most of them are half his age.) because they want Ian all to themselves. Well, you know, Ian is just living life the way he wants. And Anisa shouldn’t get hate jsut because she’s his girlfriend. I feel sorry for them


My back hurts from drawing this

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An edit of the current state of “Bedrooms,” my current conceptual project. I built these diorama/tableau things and lit them with a flashlight. The idea is to recreate supposed dreams and memories in a lo-fi aesthetic to reflect how subjective and emotionally-driven memory reconstruction is.

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Poison, dir. Todd Haynes, 1991

“My heart’s in my hand, and my hand is pierced, and my hand’s in the bag, and the bag is shut, and my heart is caught.”

- Jean Genet, Our Lady Of The Flowers, 1943

What punk means to me...

Punk is an art form, like all music is. But one that started off by being known to the people who were killed off from society. The faggots, the loners, the art kids, all around outcasts of society. It was underground, and that’s what kept it safe from homophobia, racism, sexism, just all around hatred. It was until it became popular, mainly with hardcore bands, that the whole scene became another place for the hateful to take over. With popularity, punk had an influx of jocks, homophobes, boneheads, sexist pigs and so on. Punk isn’t and will never be for the people who want to create violence out of hate towards someone different from them, it’ll always be for the people who don’t have a home, the ones that were kicked out of society for not following its norms. It’s open for everyone to enjoy, but not for those who are only in it for the violence.