The modern adventures of Han and Ben Kylo (Manip AU)

Han finally tries to reach out to his son with the gift of comedy. Unfortunately for him, Kylo is a shitbird who likes ruining everything.

The rest of the series is here

(It’s been three months since the last one but I’ve finally done my 50th Modern Solo Adventures post! Thanks for sticking with me, guys! x)

“To sense the invisible and to be able to create it — that is art.”

Hans Hofmann was born #onthisday in 1880. The abstract expressionist was also an influential modern art teacher, whose students included Lee Krasner, Helen Frankenthaler, and Joan Mitchell.

[Hans Hofmann. Cathedral. 1959. Oil on canvas. Fractional and promised gift of Agnes Gund in honor of William Rubin. © 2017 Estate of Hans Hofmann/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York]

The Modern Adventures Of Han Solo And Kylo Ren Are The GIFs Every Galaxy Needs

Modern Solo Adventures by Mamalaz.

One great thing that’s come out of Star Wars: The Force Awakens is making fun of that emo little Sith Kylo Ren, particularly when his tantrums become an SNL sketch that inspires tattoos and action figures. And, at this point, it shouldn’t be a spoiler anymore to mention he’s Ben Solo, the son of Han and Leia. Seriously, if you haven’t seen the movie yet, you probably don’t care about it. For the rest of us who have seen it, we can be amused at the thought of a permanently cynical Han and a stressed out Princess– oops, General — Leia trying to raise a lanky emo kid who’s obsessed with grandpa and fascism.

Which makes it even sweeter that Mamalaz over on Tumblr has spent this past week creating a magnificent series of GIFs called “Modern Solo Adventures” which use footage of Adam Driver, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, and Billy Dee Williams from other movies to make a modern version of Kylo Ren: The Teenage Years. We know Matt the radar technician would probably love these (or throw an insane tantrum, it’s either or, really). And, hey, you don’t have to look at them if you don’t think they’re cool. *hurls GIFs across room*

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(Via Mamalaz, hat tip to Robot In Disguise)

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A tiny modern!Elsa and modern!Hans doodle so you guys know I’m still alive, just taking a small break from drawing… I can see Elsa liking the idea of Dapper Day because it celebrates a time when people dressed classy and fashionable but I missed the chance to draw her all decked out… Next year, Elsa

What does this chair, designed by Hans Wegner, have to do with John F. Kennedy? Read the story on our blog

[Hans Wegner. Armchair. 1949. The Museum of Modern Art, New York]