“Try to try again,To hear yourself again from time to time “


I’ve bought a polaroid about a week ago so I wanted to do something related. I hope I will be able to do some photos using drawings as filters upon film but I’m afraid they won’t work. 


EDIT: I saw the trailer of LiS2. Hype!! I’m a lot interested in the new characters and plot!!

Strange: I looked forward in time to view alternate futures, to see all the possible outcomes of the coming conflict

Peter Q: how many did you see?

Strange: 14,000,205

Tony: and in how many did we hook up?

Strange: 14,000,205


By FrankiesBugs

Horseman: Death


Jack Skellington

Silent Hill - Nurse

Friday the 13th - Jason Voorhees

Tangled Samara

Carpenter’s Halloween - Michael Myers

Monday Morning in Silent Hill

A Christmas Nightmare


Leatherface - Cleaning the Mess



Keep Libraries Weird - Hand carved double block print to wood by Drew Meger in Salem, MA.

I’m giving a talk in the fall to a bunch of librarians where I am going to plead with them to keep their libraries weird. I’ve noticed a trend of late where the strange fringe books are being weeded but not replaced. I get it - if you think you can get 10x the circulation from a seventh copy of a James Patterson book than a single copy of a UFO or cryptid book then it’s hard not to go with still yet more Alex Cross.
The effect of this is a homogenization of libraries - we already see this as librarians chase best practices and slowly convert libraries to a more retail feeling environment. Fringe stuff, weird stuff is nowhere near as popular as mainstream materials by definition and we do have to make every budget dollar count.
Still, shouldn’t libraries seek to inspire wonder? A few curated weird books is all I ask. Maybe focus on local legends, hauntings, UFO sightings, or whatever floats your boat. Keep your library unique to your community.
Keep it weird!

If you have any stories about the weird and inspiring things you’ve discovered in a library, please share them!