pop middle ages

Pop Middle Ages is a print-series based on the coolest referents of popular culture. They are basically 8.3x11.7 prints (f**kin’ A4 prints) available both B&W and color which represent characters from popular culture in an edgy medieval style. They are a fine blend of the style’s elegance with the freak and awesome of the action cartoons from the 90’s and indie video games.


Rachel yells to the sleazy popped-collared-middle-age photographer who offered her a deal as a model at his studio 

Rachel didn’t appreciate his obvious backhanded comments about Max 

The Mirror on the Wall

A/N: More TAU. It is too easy to play with multiple dimensions and alternate realities in this universe. Also freaking out little human Dipper with an alter demon self is a little too much fun.

Of all the wallspace covered by dials and lights and tiny dark screens, this was the only expanse hidden under a tarp. Soos prodded at it, decided it probably wouldn’t get him into any trouble, and pulled. The old material slid to the floor amid a rising cloud of dust, revealing –

“Hey, doods, check it out!”

“A mirror?” Wendy came over and peered at her reflection. “Weird.”

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Buddy you have an iphone

Back at my old job ((at a mom and pop bakery)), this middle aged couple came in to buy a few pastries. Since it was the middle of the week, we were slow as hell so my coworker and I both helped them ((mostly bc we had nothing else to do)).
After they paid, they asked for directions to some random address that was apparently “just of Main Street.” The kicker, she read the address off her iPhone.
Now, a lot of people ask us for directions to places like the bank or the mall - both of which are just down the road. But some randomass house?? In a town I don’t live in?? ((my coworker doesn’t drive so she doesn’t really know where a lot of stuff is))
So, since the store was dead and the owner wasn’t around, I pulled out my phone and plugged the address into Google Maps. I then showed the couple the directions I got. They then asked me to show them how to work Google Maps.
These people were in their 40s.
Like they were nice about it and all but my coworker and I were baffles by it for the rest of the day.