I love this girl.
Hannibal Buress on "Hannibal’s Hands" from The Eric Andre Show: “I weirded out my girlfriend the other night cause she had never heard of it, and so she was laying down and I put on ‘Hannibal’s Hands’ and then I started giving her a massage. [laughs] And she was like ‘What is happening right now?!’”
- Talking with Hannibal Buress About Broad City, Preparing for Onscreen Roles, and His New Standup Special
"I think in 10 or 20 years from now, we’ll all look back at these sketch comedy shows that are coming out now, and we’ll notice that they all had a look and a sound and rhythm. We’ll go like, ‘Remember that style from 2013-2014 that was like this?’ We’re too close to it now, but it’s gonna happen. You’ll even be able to make fun of it."
Here is the spread that I did, without the instructions. You’re supposed to find and reunite the pair who are lost in the Portland Saturday Market. Working with McSweeney’s was such a dream and the book is hilarious! Available over here. Art Direction: Sura Thompson
Such a talented lady right here.
The timeless tale of Adam, Adam, Adam, Adam, Adam, and Eve.
Talking to Wayne White About Cartooning, ‘Pee-wee’s Playhouse,’ and Humor’s Role in the Art World
“A lot of people argue that art is not about communication but I don’t quite buy that altogether. I think all artists want to communicate deep down — or why are you doing it, why are you putting it in a room where people can see it if you don’t want to communicate? Just keep it to yourself if you really believe that. I think most artists are frustrated entertainers in a way. They’d never admit that because it’s so, so uncool — the artist is the ultimate cool mysterious thing — and that’s just so much bullshit. Most artists are very insecure and they want as many people to like them as possible, that’s why they’re doing it. Artists are full of shit. They’re supported by intellectuals that egg them on. Artists are not intellectuals either. They’re nerve endings. They’re responding to the world around them and they’re trying to communicate, and then an intellectual critic comes along and gets ahold of them and tells them how great they are and how deep they are, and they start believing it.” - Wayne White
We’re feeling really, really good guys.