- white people talking about the racism they experienced: i was walking out of walmart and this black girl BUMPED INTO ME and i nicely apologized but she called her 9 black brothers over to BEAT ME UP they called me a SNOWMAN because im WHITE and then these black police officers came and BEAT ME TOO and an alien spaceship full of latinos and asians landed and they called me a cracker and cheered on the blacks! racism against white people IS REAL
Conversation with my very religious mother
- Me: did you know that it is a sin to wear that shirt and you could go to hell?
- Me: I mean it has mixed fabrics.
- Me: According to the bible, that's a sin.
- Mom: show me where it says that
- Me: levictus 19:19
- "'Keep my decrees.
- “‘Do not mate different kinds of animals.
- “‘Do not plant your field with two kinds of seed.
- “‘Do not wear clothing woven of two kinds of material.
- Mom: well just because it says that doesn't mean you can say its a sin and we'll go to hell
- Me: so why are people doing that with homosexuality
My shrimp is so weird like when I touch it, it changes colors and kinda spasms sometimes idk
like it was kinda pinkish and then it turned red and now its yellow
and it has a stripe that wasn’t there before
MY PET SHRIMP
- Obtain a significant other from a country that doesn’t sell Toaster Strudel
- Marry them and start a family
- Offer to make your fam breakfast every morning
- Make them strudel with no icing
- They’ll have no idea Toaster Strudel even come with icing
- Take all six packets for yourself
- Avoid making eye contact with your reflection in the mirror for the rest of your life because you are a monster
An Interview with Ruben Ireland
Excited for our new print release with artist Ruben Ireland, dropping tomorrow, Friday January 31st. In an effort to learn more about the artist and his work, Supersonic Electronic‘s Zach Tutor recently sat down with Ruben for a quick Q&A. Read more below!
1. Could you please tell us a bit about your background?
I was born in Amsterdam in 1987 and moved to England when I was 7. Both my parents are creative, which had an early and lasting influence on me, but more in the open minded way that they were happy for me to pursue anything I wanted rather than specifically encouraging me to be creative. It was clear from a young age however that my interests lay almost solely in art and illustration and so for the following years that’s what I’ve been working towards.
2. What initially drew you to illustrating?
Growing up in an artistic household and drawing from an early age, it’s always been a big part of me. Although I really enjoyed experimenting with other art forms like Animation and Photography during my education, I always felt more satisfied as an image maker. I also liked the idea of working for myself, being able to travel and living practically anywhere. There’s an inherent sense of freedom that comes with the profession.
Read the entire interview in full, on the People’s Printshop blog: http://www.thepeoplesprintshop.com/blog/