"The Poké Life", 1996 ⊟
Is there anything more handheld gaming than sitting in the back of a car, playing Pokémon during a road trip, leaving a backpack open by your feet and filled with distractions for the long drive, and bringing a pillow to nap on once you’ve out of entertainment options?
These nostalgic illustrations come from Matt Rockefeller’s upcoming Pokémon zine, which will be featured at Light Grey Art Lab’s STACKS show in Minneapolis (opening August 1st). He will post full versions of the pieces shown here on his Tumblr next month.
PREORDER Pokemon Omega Ruby / Alpha Sapphire, upcoming games
12:02 pm • 24 July 2014 • 1,264 notes
i mean im kinda dumb and loud and my hair doesnt always look great but i can make u laugh and im good at petting animals so why not date me
9:20 am • 24 July 2014 • 156,412 notes
Adventure Time Nominated for Emmy
Guess who just got nominated for an Emmy? If you’ve looked over this morning’s list of nominees or read the above “Adventure Time Nominated for Emmy,” you’d know the answer is Adventure Time. The episode up for the statue this year is “Be More,” and the category is Outstanding Short-Format Animated Program.
Congratulations and best of luck next month to Pen, Tom, Steve, Nate, Nick, Kelly, and the entire cast and crew.
9:20 am • 23 July 2014 • 5,202 notes
Your prettiness is seeping through
Out from the dress I took from you, so pretty
(Source: dinocube, via coldsouul)
1:45 am • 23 July 2014 • 3,037 notes
Over 1 millions children are killed every year in elective abortions, almost 50,000 of them after 16 weeks. Now let’s talk about how to best save their lives. #abortion #forthechildren
I really just love pro-life logic.
Why help those who have been born when we can stick our noses into other people’s private health care matters? Lets try to get them to keep their pregnancies! We can go back to ignoring them after they give birth.
Yeah, makes total sense, right?
You want to save children?
How about we start with the 397,000 in foster care in the U.S. and give them loving, permanent homes? x
Or the 1.5 million homeless children in america? X
Or the 16.2 million children who are going hungry in america? X
Or the 18,900,000 children who are refuges, running from violence in their homelands? X
Or the 6 million children in the U.S. alone who are abused each year? X
Or the 1.2 million children who are trafficked, sold as slaves, usually sexual slaves, each year? X
Oh, no, let’s start with the non-sentient fetuses that can’t feel pain, or know what’s going on.
Let’s ignore these millions and millions of living, breathing children who are living through hell right now.
9:16 pm • 21 July 2014 • 38,459 notes
With abortion clinics closing across the state, women in Texas’s Rio Grande Valley increasingly turn to illegal, unsafe methods to terminate their pregnancies. And the situation is about to get worse »
I’m so glad I’m leaving Texas. The worst part about this is that Texas is huge so you could live hours away from one of these clinics, and if you don’t have a car, place to stay or time of work it could make all the difference. Rick perry is disgusting
I am constantly torn between wanting to work here (Austin) and wanting to ensure that my wife and children (someday) will have access to anything they would need and I cannot raise children here. This is bullshit
8:00 pm • 21 July 2014 • 2,496 notes