Frank Castle, bringing real hip-hop back. New school, old school, whatever, this guy is fresh. Download his third mixtape Young N Gifted here:
Doomtoad - May-Nov 2012
I thought I might introduce myself the best way I know how: through my artwork!
Welcome to my blog. You’re welcome to come back as often as you like to see my artistic process, concepts, stories and finished products. Bring a couple friends too!
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This shit is fucking amazing.
Spaceghost I - June 2012
A young scientist is left paralyzed after a mishap while testing an experimental spacecraft, but this doesn’t dampen his ambitions. Under his instruction, some of the finest engineers around the world utilize his brilliant mind and peculiar condition in a manner never before seen - an interstellar exploration cyborg.
The remaining functional portions of the crippled pioneer are successfully grafted into a self-sufficient life support system that doubles as an independent spacecraft. Upon its unveiling, however, a group of terrorists sent from a rival nation attempt to sabotage the experimental craft by blowing up the hangar it’s been developed in.
While many of the skilled scientists and engineers who worked to create the craft were killed, the cyborg itself was left completely unharmed. Stricken with fear, the young scientist uses his inept knowledge of the craft’s controls to escape the hangar at top speed.
Hurtling through interplanetary space at unbelievably high speeds, the scientist’s brain is put into a state of mental stasis by the suit’s automated life-support system. Not having checked his flight path, however, the scientist unknowingly sends himself straight toward the asteroid belt, and a small rock intersects the path of his suit, knocking his faceplate loose and exposing his unconscious remains to the vacuum of space.
Fortunately for the craft, its onboard autopilot system contains information critical to its planned missions. For countless millennia, this voiceless voyager traverses countless solar systems and cosmic objects of interest, collecting data that no human will ever observe. Though the man in the suit is dead, his curiosity lives on through this ghost, eternally tasked with uncovering the darkest secrets of existence.
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Rainbow Robo’s Intergalactic Romp - Aug 2012
Inspired by Martin, a character in Douglas Adams’ Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series.
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Cards Against Humanity is a card game that’s like Apples To Apples, but offensive. It’s not offensive like “Ha ha, you wouldn’t see that in the newspaper!” It’s offensive like maybe you shouldn’t play it with your friends unless you want to hate them.
When you’re playing Risk, and you start to lose, you go “Man, fuck this game!” When the tide shifts in Monopoly and you’re paying your friends rent and they’re taking all your shit, you say “Fuck Monopoly, I hate this game!” But when you play Cards Against Humanity, you look your friends in the eye and say “Fuck you.”
Maybe you already hate your friends, though, in which case, go for it. See the blood vessels in their eyes pop when you pick apart their insecurities and jab at their soft spots, for the low price of $25.