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  4. Nubby

    You and Gala are so cute together – I’ve been keeping up on your Austin happenings via her Flickr. I am so happy with the way Star coded things up….love how all the custom typefaces are showing up perfectly!

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  6. el marco tóxico

    Very nice work, Molly.

    I see your art in the Factum cover, great! and the crazy stuff of Dr Sketchy’s Anti Art School.

    Best wishes from Bolivia, Southamerica
    (sorry for my english, is very bad)

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  8. Tony

    This is AMAZING!
    I’m a college kid poet, and I can’t imagine anything this amazing being done for my stuff.
    I can imagine Neil is pretty psyched.
    I know I’d have a heart attack. haha
    I’m definitely getting one 🙂

  9. jason ripley

    i really enjoyed viewing this poster, the art work is perfect..i believe that it compliments the tale very well..i really enjoy the works of mr.gaiman myself, and he is my favorite author….great job..2 u both

  10. TheDarkMuse

    Oh! How beautiful! Oh my, I shall have to make sure I pick up a copy. What a splendid interpretation!

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  13. Wolf

    Lovely…nice to see art rendered into success with a minimum of pandering to lowest common denominators.

    Best to ya,
    -W

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  15. Justice Foxx

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE YOUR WORK its all over my tumblr(: I’m also a big Typhoid Mary fan, when will we be getting some preview art and maybe some insight?

    ~
    sincerely, Anxious Foryoureply

    1. Melissa

      I don’t know if Marvel will let me show off the preview art : ( However, I will say… it’s an Annie Nocenti story with Mary showing every side of her personality : )

      -Molly (logged into Melissa’s account)

  16. Justice Foxx

    interesting 😀 im pretty sure you can, i mean not completely sure but carey and choi do it all the time! i also read you sold some of the original art to help raise funds for nocenti’s art school, thats pretty awesome and i wish i wouldve known so i couldve had a chance to buy some-_-

    last we saw typhoid, she had run off from the initiative and was loose in madripoor losing control. do u know if this story updates her current whereabouts?

    june cannot get here fast enough :/

    1. Melissa

      Let me ask my overlord : ) If she says yes, maybe I’ll post a panel or an ink.

      I think the Typhoid story I’m doing is more of a timeless tale that could fit in at any point of her narrative.

      I did indeed twitter-auction a drawing to help the Cine Institute. Here’s me speed drawing some sort of obscure beastie for it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-I-Hu6CLy_w&feature=related

  17. Justice foxx.

    😀 that would be awesome !! but dam that sucks i was so hoping nocenti would be the one to update us on her current whereabouts, i think she could make such a good story on her current situation (losing her mind in a place like madripoor)

    and yup, i saw that video a while ago its pretty amazing

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  20. Diane Nelson Potter

    CBR sucks. Those idiots have heavilly biased Marvel/DC coverage which makes sense given the industry composition.

    But they could easily cover more independents if they wanted to.

  21. Muni

    You ARE amazing! Kim Boekbinder sent you some of our music…I was checking with the author but I know he’ll say yes to your using it.

  22. Leonardo

    Had a good time, meet kool people, saw a great (fellow) artist doing her thing. Looking forward to more events and more of Molly’s work.

  23. Sarah

    I thought you mean actual cats then, I’d totally wear those. Very tempted now….

  24. Greg

    It’s blocked at my place of employment, which uses a Barracuda Web Filter. I’m not in IT, but I’m pretty sure the filtering is driven by a subscription service, so most likely any employer using the same censor box will also block mollycrabapple.com.

    http://tweetphoto.com/31036650

  25. themightysven

    Aww, work at art Museum with liberal permissions, only other wifi I use is at similarly liberal coffee house. no way your site is getting blocked at either…

  26. yoyogod

    Wait, this is a porn site? If I would have known that, I would’ve visited it sooner. 😉

  27. david

    You’re in good company, my music & literature blog is also blocked in many places, and was on Google’s restricted list for a couple of years until I convinced them I wasn’t pornographic (at least online).

  28. Web artist

    How or why do websites know to block you?
    Have you thought of adding some meta tags (keywords, description and others) to your web pages to help counter this blockage?

    Or are people putting your links on, for example, StumbleUpon and marking the NSFW work type category…which is then picked up by other sites?

  29. Mark

    First of all…..LOVE YOUR WORK!!! I think it is so cool. Secondly, I just wanted to post a little good news. I was riding Acela this morning and tried to access your site and was able to. Looks like it’s not being blocked anymore.

  30. Star

    I’m so happy with how it came out!
    I haven’t picked up my copy yet, but it looks pretty ace in the previews.

    <3<3<3!

  31. Molly

    Thanks guys! I seriously will not have one quiet white space in my apartment. Paint-o-maniac

  32. eleisia

    im not sure if i can beat the poem. i love to get all pretty in a dress, but its had to find the time to doll yourself up in nyc. since im mostly a jeans and tshirt girl anywho, i love to wear art, express my taste, my appreciation and love across my supple bosom. rock on.

  33. Ana

    Hey Molly! I was at you show today at Mackenzie. Your work is amazing! I met you work in Zupi Magazine and loved it! Thanks for you vision of art and sorry my English.

    Kisses!

    Ana 😉

    1. Molly

      That’s Raquel Reed! She’s an incredibly talented alt. model, makeup artist and stylist. I love working with her!

  34. Patricia Tavenner

    I think your stitching is fantastic. Just wonderful. Wish I could have thought of it. But I can thoroughly enjoy yours. Patricia M. Tavenner The Mail Queen from the Eternal City of Oakland, Ca. Keep it up.

  35. Caio Schleich

    2 Reais?! I always use it (plus a few nickels) to take a subway around Sao Paulo. You wouldn’t stand still here indeed! =) Love your blog and your art. Have a great day and keep up the awesome work.

  36. Ann

    This is one of my favorite posts ever. I especially love the passel of microns. I’m on a hunt now for one of my own with a kiss lock clasp.

  37. Matt

    I love anyone who is creative with a Moleskine, whether it is through arts or productivity enhancements. Therefore, I love you in a polite, non-weirdo type of way…

  38. C W Cobalt

    HA HA! Great pictures, Molly. I wondered how many hours it took Katelin to wash of that blue body paint!

    I wanted to thank you (and your staff/friends) once again for attending Intervention (I was the guy in the audience raving about how superb your presentation was on Saturday). I learned A LOT of practical information from your slideshow/talk (particularly in your suggestions of how to deal with the press).

    As an artist who works in a variety of mediums (including conceptual performance, IMHO), you are definitely a positive force to be reckoned with. Your presentation was very inspiring and empowering (and like I said, PRACTICAL). Now that you’ve conquered the world, I look forward to following your next work!!

    And Happy Birthday!

  39. Coyote

    Oh how remarkable!
    I’ve admired your work, character and drive for about a year now. I’ve gone so far as to recommend a step daughter investigate your site, she as a graduate in art education.

    Now..I find you share my birthday…one also shared with a Judge friend of mine. How very cool, even though I was older on your birth than you are now.

    Happy Birthday, Molly!!

    I wish us many many more.

    I look forward to all your updates, thanks.

    Coyote

  40. Doubleclick

    Your success is well deserved and inspiring. Thanks too for Dr. Sketchy’s: the Brighton (UK) branch had its first show recently, and if you could have seen it I think you would have been very proud!

  41. Molly

    Well, I’ll prob do a straight comment contest on this site later too. Kudos to you for resisting the facebook monster

  42. Molly

    Well, I’ll prob do a straight comment contest on this site later too. Kudos to you for resisting the facebook monster

  43. jojo

    molly! so glad to have met you on the SS (SSS?) syphilis. (drunken conversation at the end of the night for the win?)

    you looked rhinestonedly radiant, and i feel very blessed to have had kyle take my pic, and for you to have included it here. i don’t know if you caught much of the army of toys set, but we’ll be back in NY on 10/13, and us tiny instruments (the bandlette spin-off) sho’ enjoyed ourselves too. ok very best wishes, jojo

  44. jojo

    molly! so glad to have met you on the SS (SSS?) syphilis. (drunken conversation at the end of the night for the win?)

    you looked rhinestonedly radiant, and i feel very blessed to have had kyle take my pic, and for you to have included it here. i don’t know if you caught much of the army of toys set, but we’ll be back in NY on 10/13, and us tiny instruments (the bandlette spin-off) sho’ enjoyed ourselves too. ok very best wishes, jojo

  45. Marilyn Artus

    Molly,

    You are amazing. We love the illustration so much. The poster should be complete in a day or two. Can’t wait for you the see the finished piece.

    Thanks again for your delicious drawing.

    Marilyn

  46. Marilyn Artus

    Molly,

    You are amazing. We love the illustration so much. The poster should be complete in a day or two. Can’t wait for you the see the finished piece.

    Thanks again for your delicious drawing.

    Marilyn

  47. debi sommerhalder

    Please how can i buy a dirtee hollywood tshirt like the ones shown here, ron robinson has one mens, i want the white one with dirtee hollywood on the bottom, pleasssse thank you

    1. Molly

      I think they’re mostly sold out, but try entering molly crabapple dirtee hollywood into the shopping section of google, and see if there are any left

  48. Bef with an F

    So I guess what everybody really wants to know is, would you assist in fending off the Nazi Zombie apocalypse?

  49. Bef with an F

    So I guess what everybody really wants to know is, would you assist in fending off the Nazi Zombie apocalypse?

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  51. Kurt

    Molly, I love the font, but I’m concerned about the monkey models. Please be sure to give them frequent breaks, especially when you’ve got them in inverted poses.

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  53. dislodge

    Wicked!!! I hadn’t even heard of this Tarot deck project? Well I have now, sweet work … I’ll be looking for this when it’s released. AFP!!!

  54. dislodge

    Wicked!!! I hadn’t even heard of this Tarot deck project? Well I have now, sweet work … I’ll be looking for this when it’s released. AFP!!!

  55. RiaNN

    “My name is Inigo Montoya. You have killed my father. Prepare to sketch”

    I can’t believe someone else than me has seen (and actually enjoyed) that movie!
    Nice drawing I’d pretty much like to look like her 😉

  56. RiaNN

    “My name is Inigo Montoya. You have killed my father. Prepare to sketch”

    I can’t believe someone else than me has seen (and actually enjoyed) that movie!
    Nice drawing I’d pretty much like to look like her 😉

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  59. Tica in Dallas

    Bravo, Molly! A major opus, magnificently done – and usable art, to boot! Whoo hoo! Love it. Thank you.

  60. Tica in Dallas

    Bravo, Molly! A major opus, magnificently done – and usable art, to boot! Whoo hoo! Love it. Thank you.

  61. CapnMarrrrk

    Those monkeys were waiting patiently in the creative either to be drawn into Reality. And while they were there, they were clearly sending you the thought that they wanted to be fonts so they could get out and see the world.

  62. CapnMarrrrk

    Those monkeys were waiting patiently in the creative either to be drawn into Reality. And while they were there, they were clearly sending you the thought that they wanted to be fonts so they could get out and see the world.

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  65. Jason B

    The font won’t validate on my computer, is it a Windows-only thing? All it keeps saying in FontBook is, “There is a serious error with this font. Do not use.” 🙁

    1. Molly

      Thanks for the heads up! We added another version that should work for Macs. Let me know if you have any trouble with it

  66. Jason B

    The font won’t validate on my computer, is it a Windows-only thing? All it keeps saying in FontBook is, “There is a serious error with this font. Do not use.” 🙁

    1. Molly

      Thanks for the heads up! We added another version that should work for Macs. Let me know if you have any trouble with it

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  77. ashley

    love this illustration. collaborative pieces always add a huge dynamic. both your styles go great together! keep it up! ps. read your post on creep machine about how to do good DIY shows. great advice!

  78. ashley

    love this illustration. collaborative pieces always add a huge dynamic. both your styles go great together! keep it up! ps. read your post on creep machine about how to do good DIY shows. great advice!

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  83. Onthesensor

    Congratulations Molly on a very creative year..I love the year in review. Your imagination is beautifully expressed in your work.

  84. Onthesensor

    Congratulations Molly on a very creative year..I love the year in review. Your imagination is beautifully expressed in your work.

  85. Pedro

    a truly awesome year for a talented and overly industrious artist. You might want to chill a tad bit in 2011.

  86. Pedro

    a truly awesome year for a talented and overly industrious artist. You might want to chill a tad bit in 2011.

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  89. Kristen

    Congrats to all of your successes in 2010, and for rolling with a couple of punches as well. You remain an inspiration to me, and I hope we get to see lots lots lots more from you in 2011!

  90. Kristen

    Congrats to all of your successes in 2010, and for rolling with a couple of punches as well. You remain an inspiration to me, and I hope we get to see lots lots lots more from you in 2011!

  91. jojo

    beautiful adventures well-documented! people’s frank-ness about even artistic successes that bowl one over, leave you a bit shaky…it only helps serve the transparency/encouragement for other artists’ benefit. thanks for sharing a decadent/honest post with all of us.

    very best wishes, i really loved the mermaid placards at CvB’s soiree. sorry again we didn’t get to chat much, until next time! -jojo

  92. jojo

    beautiful adventures well-documented! people’s frank-ness about even artistic successes that bowl one over, leave you a bit shaky…it only helps serve the transparency/encouragement for other artists’ benefit. thanks for sharing a decadent/honest post with all of us.

    very best wishes, i really loved the mermaid placards at CvB’s soiree. sorry again we didn’t get to chat much, until next time! -jojo

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  95. connie conlon

    just popped by to say i saw your work on wetransfer….i live in Australia & was just sending a file to a friend and stumbled upon your artwork…I love it, it’s truly beautiful. Connie x

  96. connie conlon

    just popped by to say i saw your work on wetransfer….i live in Australia & was just sending a file to a friend and stumbled upon your artwork…I love it, it’s truly beautiful. Connie x

  97. Guy Rougier

    Suis-je idiot, merci de supprimer ce commentaires ! l’auteur est Molly Grabapple ! Of course !

  98. Guy Rougier

    Suis-je idiot, merci de supprimer ce commentaires ! l’auteur est Molly Grabapple ! Of course !

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  101. Kambriel

    The tufted hot air balloon skirt gal is charming! What a gloriously grand scale to bring your work to life upon… There will doubtless be many memories made within that walls of the universe you created there.

  102. Kambriel

    The tufted hot air balloon skirt gal is charming! What a gloriously grand scale to bring your work to life upon… There will doubtless be many memories made within that walls of the universe you created there.

  103. Molly

    This looks amazing!! Congratulations on accomplishing your dream project. You and The Box seem like a match made in heaven. The red-light district of heaven, that is.

  104. Molly

    This looks amazing!! Congratulations on accomplishing your dream project. You and The Box seem like a match made in heaven. The red-light district of heaven, that is.

  105. Mab Mirabel

    I am so impressed! I can’t believe you did all that in TEN DAYS. You must’ve been working more than 14 hours a day; I’ve painted several murals and they take for.ev.er.

    Beautiful, beautiful work.

  106. Mab Mirabel

    I am so impressed! I can’t believe you did all that in TEN DAYS. You must’ve been working more than 14 hours a day; I’ve painted several murals and they take for.ev.er.

    Beautiful, beautiful work.

  107. Brittanny

    You guys worked it out. I couldn’t imaging taking photos for 14 hours a day so painting 14 hours a day is a testament to your work ethic and drive. The place looks absolutely amazing.

  108. Brittanny

    You guys worked it out. I couldn’t imaging taking photos for 14 hours a day so painting 14 hours a day is a testament to your work ethic and drive. The place looks absolutely amazing.

  109. Arianna

    hi Molly!
    you’re really really very very good!
    your work is truly beautiful!
    I hope to meet you some day…
    bye
    Arianna Ciccarelli from Italy

  110. Arianna

    hi Molly!
    you’re really really very very good!
    your work is truly beautiful!
    I hope to meet you some day…
    bye
    Arianna Ciccarelli from Italy

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  113. Hilbrand Bos

    Hey, I played that piano in that old bookstore in paris just a month ago!!! So nice to see it on your blog. By the way, I’m an illustrator (and designer) too!

  114. Hilbrand Bos

    Hey, I played that piano in that old bookstore in paris just a month ago!!! So nice to see it on your blog. By the way, I’m an illustrator (and designer) too!

  115. Rik

    It are actually Belgian comics, “chez les flamand” means: “at the flemmings”, = the dutch speaking group of Belgians. So it aren’t french commics like you said
    greetings
    Rik
    btw: Nice work on your site! 😉

  116. Rik

    It are actually Belgian comics, “chez les flamand” means: “at the flemmings”, = the dutch speaking group of Belgians. So it aren’t french commics like you said
    greetings
    Rik
    btw: Nice work on your site! 😉

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  119. Molly

    Thanks guys! Melissa, that’s a good idea. I think I may just start offering this as a print

  120. Molly

    Thanks guys! Melissa, that’s a good idea. I think I may just start offering this as a print

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  127. Tammy VonDerHeide

    Watched the short on Kickstarter this afternoon and fell in love with every aspect of the project. Can’t wait the see the finished project and thank you for being such an inspirtation.

  128. Tammy VonDerHeide

    Watched the short on Kickstarter this afternoon and fell in love with every aspect of the project. Can’t wait the see the finished project and thank you for being such an inspirtation.

  129. Andrew

    I have lived in Portland for the past 10 years, and some of most fun I have had is at Voodoo Doughnuts and Powell’s Books. Also, Stumptown Coffee is the best place to get a cup before doing anything in the city. I hope you have fun visiting our fair city, I wish I could be at Comic Fest, you will have fun!

  130. Andrew

    I have lived in Portland for the past 10 years, and some of most fun I have had is at Voodoo Doughnuts and Powell’s Books. Also, Stumptown Coffee is the best place to get a cup before doing anything in the city. I hope you have fun visiting our fair city, I wish I could be at Comic Fest, you will have fun!

  131. allanah

    powell’s, stumptown coffee, the bye and bye (ne alberta st), voodoo doughnuts, por que no (ne mississippi)… just off the top of my head. also try out different food carts! and the ace hotel has a b&w photo booth in the lobby. xx

  132. allanah

    powell’s, stumptown coffee, the bye and bye (ne alberta st), voodoo doughnuts, por que no (ne mississippi)… just off the top of my head. also try out different food carts! and the ace hotel has a b&w photo booth in the lobby. xx

  133. Kris

    Sorry for giving you the bad directions to the Jupiter Hotel–my friends immediately jumped on me for my stupidity and/or terrible sense of direction. My apologies!

    –Kris

  134. Kris

    Sorry for giving you the bad directions to the Jupiter Hotel–my friends immediately jumped on me for my stupidity and/or terrible sense of direction. My apologies!

    –Kris

  135. Matt

    Alack-a-day! I will be unable to meet you for I live in a different state. Ah well. I wish you all the luck in the world with your martyrdom!

  136. Matt

    Alack-a-day! I will be unable to meet you for I live in a different state. Ah well. I wish you all the luck in the world with your martyrdom!

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  139. Frank

    Any chance to activate the “Click to blow up” link?
    Great posters, want a big copy…

  140. Frank

    Any chance to activate the “Click to blow up” link?
    Great posters, want a big copy…

  141. Will

    I admire this, tremendously.

    Your aesthetic sensibility is ineffable in this type box.

    I am cheered about your generation.

  142. Will

    I admire this, tremendously.

    Your aesthetic sensibility is ineffable in this type box.

    I am cheered about your generation.

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  147. Ben

    Fantastic! I had no idea there was such a thing as nerd – art. You remind me of something between Gerald Scarfe and Ralph Steadman.

  148. Ben

    Fantastic! I had no idea there was such a thing as nerd – art. You remind me of something between Gerald Scarfe and Ralph Steadman.

  149. J a n e W y n n

    LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!
    I simply adore this project, know several of these lovely people and have been truly enjoying this. Thank you for sharing all of it as you do.

    *Hope one day to make the cut and become a subject of a work of art for an artist like you! Ha! In the meantime, it’s back out to the studio for me.
    xox
    j a n e

  150. J a n e W y n n

    LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!
    I simply adore this project, know several of these lovely people and have been truly enjoying this. Thank you for sharing all of it as you do.

    *Hope one day to make the cut and become a subject of a work of art for an artist like you! Ha! In the meantime, it’s back out to the studio for me.
    xox
    j a n e

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  153. Kourai

    You are so amazing! I saw this on Suicide Blonde’s tumblr and I thought “That looks like Molly Crabapple’s style”. Love to see ti was <3

  154. Kourai

    You are so amazing! I saw this on Suicide Blonde’s tumblr and I thought “That looks like Molly Crabapple’s style”. Love to see ti was <3

  155. Kelley Smith

    I <3 your stuff. I think I'd said that once or twice before, but it needed to be said. Day 4's painting was my favorite.

    If I was an artist, I'd want to be like you, but I'm a writer, so I'm hoping to tell whimsical stories, with an emphasis on the "freakish" definition of whimsical, in the YA genre.

    Best of luck with everything.

  156. Kelley Smith

    I <3 your stuff. I think I'd said that once or twice before, but it needed to be said. Day 4's painting was my favorite.

    If I was an artist, I'd want to be like you, but I'm a writer, so I'm hoping to tell whimsical stories, with an emphasis on the "freakish" definition of whimsical, in the YA genre.

    Best of luck with everything.

  157. Dave Conrey

    Great vid, and some cool exposure. Its awesome to see you did so well with that project. I was thinking of doing a kickstarter project myself, but not sure how to approach it yet. Care to share your thoughts on the whole process (if you haven’t already and I just missed it)?

  158. Dave Conrey

    Great vid, and some cool exposure. Its awesome to see you did so well with that project. I was thinking of doing a kickstarter project myself, but not sure how to approach it yet. Care to share your thoughts on the whole process (if you haven’t already and I just missed it)?

  159. Melony C.

    Would love to see you working on ustream or some more videos of you just working in general. I always get inspired when I see other artists working. 🙂

  160. Melony C.

    Would love to see you working on ustream or some more videos of you just working in general. I always get inspired when I see other artists working. 🙂

  161. Jessica Ross

    Molly, your portraits have such a unique quality to them that makes them shine. I love the UN-finished look to them, especially how they seem to just dissolve into watery drizzle that you did on several of the portraits, Cesare Borgia being one of my favorite examples of this! Unfortunately, I’m a 24 year old, just out of school artist, so I can’t afford any of these beautiful drawings, but I hope that knowing that you give aspiring artists like me infinite amounts of inspiration is enough for now!

    Reply
  162. Jessica Ross

    Molly, your portraits have such a unique quality to them that makes them shine. I love the UN-finished look to them, especially how they seem to just dissolve into watery drizzle that you did on several of the portraits, Cesare Borgia being one of my favorite examples of this! Unfortunately, I’m a 24 year old, just out of school artist, so I can’t afford any of these beautiful drawings, but I hope that knowing that you give aspiring artists like me infinite amounts of inspiration is enough for now!

    Reply
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  165. Deborah

    Holy Unsinkable Molly! I just found you through Lisa Stock of In By the Eye . . . I knew if Lisa was recommending you, you were not-to-be-missed. I think I’ve been rendered speechless, and Lisa will tell you that rarely happens. I love your work so much that I’m going to have to absorb, come back, absorb some more . . . and then I may be ready to comment. For now let’s leave it at WOW.

  166. Deborah

    Holy Unsinkable Molly! I just found you through Lisa Stock of In By the Eye . . . I knew if Lisa was recommending you, you were not-to-be-missed. I think I’ve been rendered speechless, and Lisa will tell you that rarely happens. I love your work so much that I’m going to have to absorb, come back, absorb some more . . . and then I may be ready to comment. For now let’s leave it at WOW.

  167. Colm Wilde

    Well done Molly, I really believe in what your doing here I feel very privileged to be allowed to view and participate in the creative process its very brave of you, wishing you love life light and laughter cant wait to see the results, sweet dreams when you get there C x

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  168. Colm Wilde

    Well done Molly, I really believe in what your doing here I feel very privileged to be allowed to view and participate in the creative process its very brave of you, wishing you love life light and laughter cant wait to see the results, sweet dreams when you get there C x

    Reply
    1. Molly

      Alas no. I could have easily done 666 portraits of people in history who were worthy, but I had to cut it off at some point. Thanks for the kind words!!

      Reply
    1. Molly

      Alas no. I could have easily done 666 portraits of people in history who were worthy, but I had to cut it off at some point. Thanks for the kind words!!

      Reply
  169. Johanna Cary

    Hey Molly!

    You are an amazing artist! This place must be beautiful to be in! It seems you can just draw forever its awesome!
    I came across your blog a couple months ago and I really loved the whole idea behind Dr Sketchy! I only found out a couple weeks after we have one hosted here in Perth Australia! I was so estatic and will be going for the first time on wed!
    Anyway just saying hello and letting you know your work is an inspiration as a fellow illustrator! thank you!

    Sincerely,
    JO

  170. Johanna Cary

    Hey Molly!

    You are an amazing artist! This place must be beautiful to be in! It seems you can just draw forever its awesome!
    I came across your blog a couple months ago and I really loved the whole idea behind Dr Sketchy! I only found out a couple weeks after we have one hosted here in Perth Australia! I was so estatic and will be going for the first time on wed!
    Anyway just saying hello and letting you know your work is an inspiration as a fellow illustrator! thank you!

    Sincerely,
    JO

  171. Jerry

    Congrats on surviving your week in hell! Looking forward to see what 11×14″ slice of hell I get to hang on my wall…

  172. Jerry

    Congrats on surviving your week in hell! Looking forward to see what 11×14″ slice of hell I get to hang on my wall…

  173. Katie

    Congrats Molly it looks amazing and I can’t wait for the book (also, I second the other Katie, that striped dress is suuuper pretty) <3

  174. Katie

    Congrats Molly it looks amazing and I can’t wait for the book (also, I second the other Katie, that striped dress is suuuper pretty) <3

  175. jeff claassen

    hey molly!

    your week in hell project has been very inspiring. the work looks awesome and all the photos are fantastic. not to mention, what a fun way to spend your birthday week. congrats!

  176. jeff claassen

    hey molly!

    your week in hell project has been very inspiring. the work looks awesome and all the photos are fantastic. not to mention, what a fun way to spend your birthday week. congrats!

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  179. Kyle

    Beautiful works, brushstroke, feminine details, tones and colors that pop off the paper. Molly, you are a great artists and I love that you use your talents to support other artists such as Kim Boekbinder. Much success to both of you!
    -K

  180. Kyle

    Beautiful works, brushstroke, feminine details, tones and colors that pop off the paper. Molly, you are a great artists and I love that you use your talents to support other artists such as Kim Boekbinder. Much success to both of you!
    -K

  181. Webber

    your week in hell project has been very inspiring. the work looks awesome and all the photos are fantastic. not to mention, what a fun way to spend your birthday week. congrats!
    +1

  182. Webber

    your week in hell project has been very inspiring. the work looks awesome and all the photos are fantastic. not to mention, what a fun way to spend your birthday week. congrats!
    +1

  183. Joseph Breckenridge

    Ms. Crabapple,

    Your offer of free squid sketches (wish I had been there I would have come by for one) made USA Today but the reporter didn’t know what to make of it.

    The story described various signs on display…

    “Drone Attacks Foment Terrorism” (an apparent reference to the death of al-Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki), “Obama: Stop Funding Israeli Occupation” (supporting a Palestinian state) and “Free Squid Sketches” (unclear).

    Love the design of your website. Great stuff.

    jb

  184. Joseph Breckenridge

    Ms. Crabapple,

    Your offer of free squid sketches (wish I had been there I would have come by for one) made USA Today but the reporter didn’t know what to make of it.

    The story described various signs on display…

    “Drone Attacks Foment Terrorism” (an apparent reference to the death of al-Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki), “Obama: Stop Funding Israeli Occupation” (supporting a Palestinian state) and “Free Squid Sketches” (unclear).

    Love the design of your website. Great stuff.

    jb

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  187. Lisa Beade

    Thank you, Molly! You have captured the essence of this movement with your art.
    These are historical documents as well as wonderful art.
    Keep going & going strong!
    Lisa

  188. Lisa Beade

    Thank you, Molly! You have captured the essence of this movement with your art.
    These are historical documents as well as wonderful art.
    Keep going & going strong!
    Lisa

  189. Lauren

    The raid you’re referring to happened on Tuesday, not Thursday. As of Thursday (today), Scott Olson is still unconscious and in critical condition.

    I’m sure I speak for every one when I say that our hearts go out to him and his family.

  190. Lauren

    The raid you’re referring to happened on Tuesday, not Thursday. As of Thursday (today), Scott Olson is still unconscious and in critical condition.

    I’m sure I speak for every one when I say that our hearts go out to him and his family.

  191. Beth Thompson

    But from all your commercial activities, it sure seems like you are trying very, very hard to be in the 1%…or at least the top 10%.
    (And a tip of the hat to your capitalistic, entrepreneurial and PR spirit!)

    1. Molly

      I certainly am! I am a capitalist thing, but that doesn’t mean I’m down with lobbyists or banks giving bonuses out of their bailout money, or the outright fraud that caused the financial crisis. I don’t think the point of OWS is to demonize rich people, but rather to point out things that are fundementally unjust and unsustainable

      If you notice, I got a mouse-lady in a sharp business suit.

  192. Beth Thompson

    But from all your commercial activities, it sure seems like you are trying very, very hard to be in the 1%…or at least the top 10%.
    (And a tip of the hat to your capitalistic, entrepreneurial and PR spirit!)

    1. Molly

      I certainly am! I am a capitalist thing, but that doesn’t mean I’m down with lobbyists or banks giving bonuses out of their bailout money, or the outright fraud that caused the financial crisis. I don’t think the point of OWS is to demonize rich people, but rather to point out things that are fundementally unjust and unsustainable

      If you notice, I got a mouse-lady in a sharp business suit.

  193. Xomfort

    Exactly. Entrepreneurial spirit and initiative cannot be equated with anti-capitalistic fraud and theft at the highest levels of our banking aka lobbying aka governmental system.

    To assume so otherwise is oversimplification and a false equivalency.

  194. Xomfort

    Exactly. Entrepreneurial spirit and initiative cannot be equated with anti-capitalistic fraud and theft at the highest levels of our banking aka lobbying aka governmental system.

    To assume so otherwise is oversimplification and a false equivalency.

  195. Ben Thompson

    But a big part of OWS is that the 1% have too much money and that it should be taken from them via taxation (and other means) and the wealth of the rich 1% (anyone making over $350,000) should be redistributed to others….correct?
    If one becomes part of the 1% through their smarts, hard work , entrepreneurial spirit and initiative they are lumped in as the “enemy” and are a target.
    And most union guys make more than lots of us hard-working, up and coming entrepreneurs struggling to work around/with many of the rules the the union lobbyists set up through the government.

  196. Ben Thompson

    But a big part of OWS is that the 1% have too much money and that it should be taken from them via taxation (and other means) and the wealth of the rich 1% (anyone making over $350,000) should be redistributed to others….correct?
    If one becomes part of the 1% through their smarts, hard work , entrepreneurial spirit and initiative they are lumped in as the “enemy” and are a target.
    And most union guys make more than lots of us hard-working, up and coming entrepreneurs struggling to work around/with many of the rules the the union lobbyists set up through the government.

  197. Dan

    You are my new hero Molly…wish I were
    able to attend one of your Dr. Sketchy’s Anti Art School sessions! (I live near Key West). But I am following all of your projects, and support your views. Keep it up girl!

  198. Dan

    You are my new hero Molly…wish I were
    able to attend one of your Dr. Sketchy’s Anti Art School sessions! (I live near Key West). But I am following all of your projects, and support your views. Keep it up girl!

  199. Flaming Telepath

    @Beth Thompson

    If an independent artist can make the top 1%, or even top 10%, now that’s a world worth fighting for.

  200. Flaming Telepath

    @Beth Thompson

    If an independent artist can make the top 1%, or even top 10%, now that’s a world worth fighting for.

  201. Dom

    Congratulations. But I do feel it’s all a little unfair on vampire squid, which though blue blooded lack the ink to reply in kind.

  202. Dom

    Congratulations. But I do feel it’s all a little unfair on vampire squid, which though blue blooded lack the ink to reply in kind.

  203. Jason

    This is fantastic stuff. How much do you charge for something like these, and rather than on ring-binded paper, on pretty standard poster sized paper, good enough to frame and hang on the wall.

    I assume you can see my email address so please send me a quote.

    Thank you in advance!

  204. Jason

    This is fantastic stuff. How much do you charge for something like these, and rather than on ring-binded paper, on pretty standard poster sized paper, good enough to frame and hang on the wall.

    I assume you can see my email address so please send me a quote.

    Thank you in advance!

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  207. Edie

    I think when Andy said he knew he was watching television after he was shot, he speaks for everyone today. That’s what life is – watching television. It is a very interesting comment and I am not sure what it means, but I totally agree.

  208. Edie

    I think when Andy said he knew he was watching television after he was shot, he speaks for everyone today. That’s what life is – watching television. It is a very interesting comment and I am not sure what it means, but I totally agree.

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  215. Roland C. Arsons

    Fantastic….! Great show of talent, creativity, endurence, and purity…….an inspiration for all…..may you keep on getting on..!

  216. Roland C. Arsons

    Fantastic….! Great show of talent, creativity, endurence, and purity…….an inspiration for all…..may you keep on getting on..!

  217. Victoria Eden

    What a great idea. There is no way I can drop $600 at one time, so I’ll be missing out on the portfolio. But I will definitely do the monthly one… Next paycheck.

    Reply
  218. Victoria Eden

    What a great idea. There is no way I can drop $600 at one time, so I’ll be missing out on the portfolio. But I will definitely do the monthly one… Next paycheck.

    Reply
  219. Christopher

    Every year I get a stipend (which is not nearly big enough) for being assistant principal. I always spend it on something nice for myself.

    This is the perfect gift. I can’t wait.

    Reply
  220. Christopher

    Every year I get a stipend (which is not nearly big enough) for being assistant principal. I always spend it on something nice for myself.

    This is the perfect gift. I can’t wait.

    Reply
  221. Tilly

    I love all these so much!!! I do wish you had Tallulah Bankhead in here though, or Marlene Dietrich – they fit so well with the others 🙂

    Reply
  222. Tilly

    I love all these so much!!! I do wish you had Tallulah Bankhead in here though, or Marlene Dietrich – they fit so well with the others 🙂

    Reply
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  233. Michelle

    Gorgeous! THANK YOU for the gift of this year in review. My husband and I dwell in a cave north of the metropolis with our gifted n’ talented offspring, nurturing her artistic side. When MC has a new project to share, we drink it in and it emboldens us to go mad steeping soulfully in our own projects. You’re remarkable and it’s been amazeballz watching you flourish and spill your imagination across all different terrains. All the best in 2012, Molly!

  234. Michelle

    Gorgeous! THANK YOU for the gift of this year in review. My husband and I dwell in a cave north of the metropolis with our gifted n’ talented offspring, nurturing her artistic side. When MC has a new project to share, we drink it in and it emboldens us to go mad steeping soulfully in our own projects. You’re remarkable and it’s been amazeballz watching you flourish and spill your imagination across all different terrains. All the best in 2012, Molly!

  235. Amie Ziner

    You are so fucking amazing. You deserve all the accolades that come your way, and so much more! Thank you for bringing so much energy, inspiration and passion into being.

  236. Amie Ziner

    You are so fucking amazing. You deserve all the accolades that come your way, and so much more! Thank you for bringing so much energy, inspiration and passion into being.

  237. Lady Grinning Soul

    All of this is just so fantastic. I want to hold onto the feeling of drive, inspiration and productivity it’s giving me. It is time for me to knuckle down and achieve all I can. Brava Molly… what a fantastic year.

  238. Lady Grinning Soul

    All of this is just so fantastic. I want to hold onto the feeling of drive, inspiration and productivity it’s giving me. It is time for me to knuckle down and achieve all I can. Brava Molly… what a fantastic year.

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  241. jessica mullen

    Thank you for inspiring me to the core. “But sometimes, so rarely, you’re a conduit. You work constantly, brutally, effortlessly.” – that’s my goal for 2012. You amaze me and I am so happy for your success. <3

  242. jessica mullen

    Thank you for inspiring me to the core. “But sometimes, so rarely, you’re a conduit. You work constantly, brutally, effortlessly.” – that’s my goal for 2012. You amaze me and I am so happy for your success. <3

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  251. Mirella

    No, it’s off-putting that in this day and age people still get offended by the f-word.

    Happy fucking 2012 to you too, Molly. X

  252. Mirella

    No, it’s off-putting that in this day and age people still get offended by the f-word.

    Happy fucking 2012 to you too, Molly. X

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  255. Andrew

    hello Molly, wow you can draw!! That is just great what you’re making. guess you allready have a lot of succes, I truly like it…

    Andrew.

  256. Andrew

    hello Molly, wow you can draw!! That is just great what you’re making. guess you allready have a lot of succes, I truly like it…

    Andrew.

  257. jon

    is there a cut off date to order the full portfolio for $600? i would like a lot, however i dont get paid till the 21 jan

    Reply
  258. jon

    is there a cut off date to order the full portfolio for $600? i would like a lot, however i dont get paid till the 21 jan

    Reply
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  261. Leah

    One of my fave shirts reads, in a beautiful script style writing, “Fucking Classy”. Offensive words are of opinion therefore do not factually exist.

  262. Leah

    One of my fave shirts reads, in a beautiful script style writing, “Fucking Classy”. Offensive words are of opinion therefore do not factually exist.

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  265. Chris

    Enjoyed it very, very much – most notably your bewitching presentation was a pleasure. Also, it’s always fun to see Robert Crumb, isn’t it.

  266. Chris

    Enjoyed it very, very much – most notably your bewitching presentation was a pleasure. Also, it’s always fun to see Robert Crumb, isn’t it.

  267. P.

    I am a member of the Occupy Los Angeles’ Medics committee and simply adore your poster. Is the poster available for download/printing?

  268. P.

    I am a member of the Occupy Los Angeles’ Medics committee and simply adore your poster. Is the poster available for download/printing?

  269. Baudouin

    I just watch this documentary I recorded few weeks ago. It was nice, it showed all the possibilites that can offer a comix, and its exciting power much better than all other kind of pornographies. But I think the better is to draw it, I can’t explain why but it’s very “fantasmatic”.

    You were a great guide to this kind of documentary and that permits me to discover you work that I’m currently watching it. Your victorian work make me think about victorian work made by Odd Serriere (a french comics author). I like this universe. 🙂

    And if you like the absynth I recommand you the one made at Pontarlier that was recognize as the capitale of the absynth during the great age of this drink. They are proud about it here 😉

  270. Baudouin

    I just watch this documentary I recorded few weeks ago. It was nice, it showed all the possibilites that can offer a comix, and its exciting power much better than all other kind of pornographies. But I think the better is to draw it, I can’t explain why but it’s very “fantasmatic”.

    You were a great guide to this kind of documentary and that permits me to discover you work that I’m currently watching it. Your victorian work make me think about victorian work made by Odd Serriere (a french comics author). I like this universe. 🙂

    And if you like the absynth I recommand you the one made at Pontarlier that was recognize as the capitale of the absynth during the great age of this drink. They are proud about it here 😉

  271. MercuryMoonshineDutchess

    I fall into a never ending glitter splash of love and peace the walls around me spin into luxury chocolate bars wrapped in violet bows fairies dance across the room and the world drips rainbow colors of midnight groovy vibes each of your posts is excellent and i love your blog Keep It Up X Mercury Moonshine Dutchess

  272. MercuryMoonshineDutchess

    I fall into a never ending glitter splash of love and peace the walls around me spin into luxury chocolate bars wrapped in violet bows fairies dance across the room and the world drips rainbow colors of midnight groovy vibes each of your posts is excellent and i love your blog Keep It Up X Mercury Moonshine Dutchess

    1. Molly

      Aww, glad you liked it. I think Laurie was going for Cameron and Osbone lacing Britain into an corset of uncomfortable and regressive values, with the Olympics as a shabby distraction?

    1. Molly

      Aww, glad you liked it. I think Laurie was going for Cameron and Osbone lacing Britain into an corset of uncomfortable and regressive values, with the Olympics as a shabby distraction?

  273. Neil T. Moskowitz, MD

    OMG. You are just incredible! Having been friends with Ron English for a zillion years ( I bought his first painting too in 1985!) I seem to frequently stumble upon politically and socially conscious brilliant artists. Plus, you enjoy absinthe! It doesn’t
    get better than that! oddly enough Ron did the artwork for the container of the first American version of Absinthe (which was a cheap knockoff of the real stuff) called Absente. Now you can get a few versions legally as you know in the US but the better stuff is of course from Europe (I have a nice collection of it). I love you work and look forward to supporting you on Kickstarter. Hope to meet you some day and possibly buy one of your works since they resonate deeply with me.
    Regards,
    Neil

  274. Neil T. Moskowitz, MD

    OMG. You are just incredible! Having been friends with Ron English for a zillion years ( I bought his first painting too in 1985!) I seem to frequently stumble upon politically and socially conscious brilliant artists. Plus, you enjoy absinthe! It doesn’t
    get better than that! oddly enough Ron did the artwork for the container of the first American version of Absinthe (which was a cheap knockoff of the real stuff) called Absente. Now you can get a few versions legally as you know in the US but the better stuff is of course from Europe (I have a nice collection of it). I love you work and look forward to supporting you on Kickstarter. Hope to meet you some day and possibly buy one of your works since they resonate deeply with me.
    Regards,
    Neil

  275. Waldo Matus

    Very nice work. I´m a caricaturist from Mexico. Hope you can visit my work some day.

    waldomatus.blogspot.com

  276. Waldo Matus

    Very nice work. I´m a caricaturist from Mexico. Hope you can visit my work some day.

    waldomatus.blogspot.com

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  279. Steve PH

    Hi Molly,
    I hope the talk at the Groucho in London goes very well. Unfortunately, I cannot get there, but have just received your Scarlett Takes Manhattan from the US, and loved Puppet Makers. I really enoy your work and ‘quirkiness’ :o)
    Steve

  280. Steve PH

    Hi Molly,
    I hope the talk at the Groucho in London goes very well. Unfortunately, I cannot get there, but have just received your Scarlett Takes Manhattan from the US, and loved Puppet Makers. I really enoy your work and ‘quirkiness’ :o)
    Steve

  281. Shelle

    Just stumbled in from Magaly’s blog & so pleased I did, I have been utterly entranced by your wonderful images, your art is freaking AWESOME!!!

  282. Shelle

    Just stumbled in from Magaly’s blog & so pleased I did, I have been utterly entranced by your wonderful images, your art is freaking AWESOME!!!

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  285. Kyle

    So cool to have you be part of this trip Molly and wishing the best for you in England and Greece. Till soon, Kyle!

  286. Kyle

    So cool to have you be part of this trip Molly and wishing the best for you in England and Greece. Till soon, Kyle!

  287. ♪ Kompani ♪

    They just get better and better. Always a pleasurable adventure to see one of your works.

  288. ♪ Kompani ♪

    They just get better and better. Always a pleasurable adventure to see one of your works.

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  291. ♪ Kompani ♪

    I love your work but especially the depiction of cats getting up to all sorts of mischief. Penny Red is looking very feisty in her role as the The Maid of Orléans.

  292. ♪ Kompani ♪

    I love your work but especially the depiction of cats getting up to all sorts of mischief. Penny Red is looking very feisty in her role as the The Maid of Orléans.

  293. Celesta

    I am Russian. Do you know what Pussy Riot are most infamous for in Russia? Not for their show in the cathedral, as one would think. They are known for one of their previous “riots” – an act of group sex conducted in a small museum in Moscow, that was videotaped and leaked online. People were scared to go to the museum after that. If you get to know more about their organization, you would probably pause and take a second look at the current events. Between two points of view, whether these are three troubled ladies seeking attention or three glorified protestants against the totalitarian regime of Putin, there are so many shades of grey that I would not hurry to draw any conclusions.

  294. Celesta

    I am Russian. Do you know what Pussy Riot are most infamous for in Russia? Not for their show in the cathedral, as one would think. They are known for one of their previous “riots” – an act of group sex conducted in a small museum in Moscow, that was videotaped and leaked online. People were scared to go to the museum after that. If you get to know more about their organization, you would probably pause and take a second look at the current events. Between two points of view, whether these are three troubled ladies seeking attention or three glorified protestants against the totalitarian regime of Putin, there are so many shades of grey that I would not hurry to draw any conclusions.

  295. Molly

    Hi Celesta, I’ve seen the Russian LJ entry about this. However, that’s not what they’re being prosecuted for, and even if it were, it’s not something that anyone should spend seven years in jail for. I don’t see the shades of grey, irregardless of how offensive people see Pussy Riot’s work as.

  296. Molly

    Hi Celesta, I’ve seen the Russian LJ entry about this. However, that’s not what they’re being prosecuted for, and even if it were, it’s not something that anyone should spend seven years in jail for. I don’t see the shades of grey, irregardless of how offensive people see Pussy Riot’s work as.

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  299. Allen Hare

    Molly, these are wonderful. So, is there to be a book to include all of them? I’d love to get an individual print, or two, but the book would be great.

    Reply
  300. Allen Hare

    Molly, these are wonderful. So, is there to be a book to include all of them? I’d love to get an individual print, or two, but the book would be great.

    Reply
    1. Molly

      I do design tattoos, but my rates are pretty expensive. This was a special project for a friend.

    1. Molly

      I do design tattoos, but my rates are pretty expensive. This was a special project for a friend.

  301. Susan

    I just discovered you on Kickstarters and WOW! I am so very sad I was unable to pledge I would have loved to view the magic lol!
    I love your work!

    Reply
  302. Susan

    I just discovered you on Kickstarters and WOW! I am so very sad I was unable to pledge I would have loved to view the magic lol!
    I love your work!

    Reply
  303. Eric Cartman

    Pussi – simply three silly and stupid hooligans who didn’t make anything, except provocations. They have no education, they are aggressive. But the whole world knows about them (knows their name, instead of that that they – a blank space). …Because there are the big rich persons interested in it. And in using these silly women in the purposes. Anybody from them doesn’t think of Pussi. I saw this situation in the case of Khodorkovsky. I am take of interview at Lyudmila Alekseeva. For she a main thing was to give political coloring. Khodorkovsky was simply a reason for demonstration of political views of opposition. Also now they use Pussy. It is limiting cynicism. And you help this cynism, when support them.

  304. Eric Cartman

    Pussi – simply three silly and stupid hooligans who didn’t make anything, except provocations. They have no education, they are aggressive. But the whole world knows about them (knows their name, instead of that that they – a blank space). …Because there are the big rich persons interested in it. And in using these silly women in the purposes. Anybody from them doesn’t think of Pussi. I saw this situation in the case of Khodorkovsky. I am take of interview at Lyudmila Alekseeva. For she a main thing was to give political coloring. Khodorkovsky was simply a reason for demonstration of political views of opposition. Also now they use Pussy. It is limiting cynicism. And you help this cynism, when support them.

  305. Lopez

    Bonjour, j’aime votre travail artistique mais je regrette de contaster que vous faites parti des « supporters » de ces Pussy Riot qui sous couvert de diverses protestations se permettent des actes impardonnables. Amicalement votre.

  306. Lopez

    Bonjour, j’aime votre travail artistique mais je regrette de contaster que vous faites parti des « supporters » de ces Pussy Riot qui sous couvert de diverses protestations se permettent des actes impardonnables. Amicalement votre.

  307. Alex

    Stop trying so hard to get attention from the media. Before doing any crapy artwork search about the issue first. If you really care about social problems, do something about Wall Street Occupy in your country. These bitches deserve to be jailed for years for what they have done in Russia.

  308. Alex

    Stop trying so hard to get attention from the media. Before doing any crapy artwork search about the issue first. If you really care about social problems, do something about Wall Street Occupy in your country. These bitches deserve to be jailed for years for what they have done in Russia.

  309. Chocolove1007

    Alex, her artwork is excellent! As for Occupy, she’s done art for it from the start! Seems like you need to do research on this artist’s work before speaking of it! Now time to eat some excellent chocolate!

  310. Chocolove1007

    Alex, her artwork is excellent! As for Occupy, she’s done art for it from the start! Seems like you need to do research on this artist’s work before speaking of it! Now time to eat some excellent chocolate!

  311. Scott

    Pussy Riot isn’t even a band. They have no albums, they play at no ticketed venues, they only play songs for their very disturbing performance art. Plus they get funding from the NED, which to most every other country in the world, they are an intelligence operation:
    http://mercouris.wordpress.com/2012/08/07/pussy-riot-2/

    http://snippits-and-slappits.blogspot.com/2012/08/who-or-what-is-russias-pussy-riot.html

    The US is the country these days that practices torture, assassination, rendition, and indefinite detention without trials. We need to get our own house in order before we criticize others. At least Pussy Riot got a trial.

  312. Scott

    Pussy Riot isn’t even a band. They have no albums, they play at no ticketed venues, they only play songs for their very disturbing performance art. Plus they get funding from the NED, which to most every other country in the world, they are an intelligence operation:
    http://mercouris.wordpress.com/2012/08/07/pussy-riot-2/

    http://snippits-and-slappits.blogspot.com/2012/08/who-or-what-is-russias-pussy-riot.html

    The US is the country these days that practices torture, assassination, rendition, and indefinite detention without trials. We need to get our own house in order before we criticize others. At least Pussy Riot got a trial.

  313. artyfact

    Very nice poster,Molly! Viva Pussy Riot! I see the Saint Putin Trolls can`t resist the temptation to mystify and hate here,there and everywhere Pussy Riot is welcomed. The opposite of a feminist is an arsehole.

  314. artyfact

    Very nice poster,Molly! Viva Pussy Riot! I see the Saint Putin Trolls can`t resist the temptation to mystify and hate here,there and everywhere Pussy Riot is welcomed. The opposite of a feminist is an arsehole.

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  319. Amie !

    I’m so glad to have met you, to have been at so many sessions of Dr Sketchys, to see your work mature over the years and engage people from all over the world! I find it so inspiring, as a 54yr old artist, to see someone half my age get so much great work DONE; do you know how inspiring that is?? You are a wonder, and a totally charming, kick ass human bean. Vive La Molly!

  320. Amie !

    I’m so glad to have met you, to have been at so many sessions of Dr Sketchys, to see your work mature over the years and engage people from all over the world! I find it so inspiring, as a 54yr old artist, to see someone half my age get so much great work DONE; do you know how inspiring that is?? You are a wonder, and a totally charming, kick ass human bean. Vive La Molly!

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    1. Molly

      8 hours! We started and stopped alot. Plus, I spent about a week storyboarding all the illustrations. Jim, the director, put in another week of editing

    1. Molly

      8 hours! We started and stopped alot. Plus, I spent about a week storyboarding all the illustrations. Jim, the director, put in another week of editing

  337. Harper Eliot

    Oh! and the beginning really reminded me of a Patrick Wolf lyric:
    “And in this drought of truth and invention
    Whoever shouts the loudest gets the attention.
    And so we pass the mic and they’ve got nothing to say…”

  338. Harper Eliot

    Oh! and the beginning really reminded me of a Patrick Wolf lyric:
    “And in this drought of truth and invention
    Whoever shouts the loudest gets the attention.
    And so we pass the mic and they’ve got nothing to say…”

  339. valerie spain

    I found you through BrainPickings, RSA Shorts and your illustration of Susan Cain’s Quiet. I have to love your work because I love ink–but your name! There’s Glasworthy novel with a minor character named Patience Crabstick-I have loved that name for forever, and your reminded me of the wonderful power of names… you’ve inspired me to get my ink work out there!

  340. valerie spain

    I found you through BrainPickings, RSA Shorts and your illustration of Susan Cain’s Quiet. I have to love your work because I love ink–but your name! There’s Glasworthy novel with a minor character named Patience Crabstick-I have loved that name for forever, and your reminded me of the wonderful power of names… you’ve inspired me to get my ink work out there!

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  343. Magenta

    Dear Molly,

    I’m so glad that beside all your amazing arts you never forget to report on social topics on your page, too (I share the same idea with my project and blog). And I’m glad to hear that people themselves start to handle with this desaster to make things better. I wish you all the power and richness of ideas to make things going again (or even better some day) and send all of you best greetings from Berlin. We are with you in our hearts and minds.

    Take care! Love

    xoxox

  344. Magenta

    Dear Molly,

    I’m so glad that beside all your amazing arts you never forget to report on social topics on your page, too (I share the same idea with my project and blog). And I’m glad to hear that people themselves start to handle with this desaster to make things better. I wish you all the power and richness of ideas to make things going again (or even better some day) and send all of you best greetings from Berlin. We are with you in our hearts and minds.

    Take care! Love

    xoxox

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  349. Two

    SO proud of you for finishing this! I’ve been watching your progress since right after you finished fundraising on Kickstarter. It looks beautiful!

  350. Two

    SO proud of you for finishing this! I’ve been watching your progress since right after you finished fundraising on Kickstarter. It looks beautiful!

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    1. Molly

      Random House is the publisher, not us, so you’d have to ask them about that. But I’m guessing, that, since they’re Random House, alas no

    1. Molly

      Random House is the publisher, not us, so you’d have to ask them about that. But I’m guessing, that, since they’re Random House, alas no

  357. Will A.

    A recent Vice article (the first of the two listed above) comprised my introduction to Molly’s writing. I am duly hooked and now have some catching up to do!

    Reply
  358. Will A.

    A recent Vice article (the first of the two listed above) comprised my introduction to Molly’s writing. I am duly hooked and now have some catching up to do!

    Reply
  359. Alkis

    Sorry to see that in order to read it you need to own a Kindle thingy. That excludes quite a lot of your potential readers. Pity!

  360. Alkis

    Sorry to see that in order to read it you need to own a Kindle thingy. That excludes quite a lot of your potential readers. Pity!

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  379. Diana Ruth Nichols

    I love you more and mote, Molly Crabapple! Make a Manning tee-shirt on black for me?

  380. Diana Ruth Nichols

    I love you more and mote, Molly Crabapple! Make a Manning tee-shirt on black for me?

  381. K. Rudin!

    Molly! Molly! Molly! ~ Please get in touch with me! Were You there for Manning’s speech? Have You ‘returned’? to where? rsn is taking its sweet time getting my online ‘gallery’ up…Real Soon Now!!! In any event, It was a true gass to work with You on the courtroom barricades! Love Yer stuff! RSVP! K. Rudin!

  382. K. Rudin!

    Molly! Molly! Molly! ~ Please get in touch with me! Were You there for Manning’s speech? Have You ‘returned’? to where? rsn is taking its sweet time getting my online ‘gallery’ up…Real Soon Now!!! In any event, It was a true gass to work with You on the courtroom barricades! Love Yer stuff! RSVP! K. Rudin!

  383. D McAuley

    Just read your article and viewed your images in Vice mag. Potent stuff. Recently watched the “Shock Doctrine” doc referencing Naomi Kleins’ work that touched on Gitmos’ role in the “War on Terror” – your images and words expanded on those reflections in a much deeper way. Thanks for being so brave. D

  384. D McAuley

    Just read your article and viewed your images in Vice mag. Potent stuff. Recently watched the “Shock Doctrine” doc referencing Naomi Kleins’ work that touched on Gitmos’ role in the “War on Terror” – your images and words expanded on those reflections in a much deeper way. Thanks for being so brave. D

  385. Diana Ruth Nichols

    I do think I love you, kid! I know: you can be my adopted granddaughter (with no benefits except my deep respect and appreciation of you and your fine writing and art).

    Coming to SF or Marin County? We have some creative anarchists here, too.

  386. Diana Ruth Nichols

    I do think I love you, kid! I know: you can be my adopted granddaughter (with no benefits except my deep respect and appreciation of you and your fine writing and art).

    Coming to SF or Marin County? We have some creative anarchists here, too.

  387. Ronny

    But the problem is, they don’t have to be repaid to
    the federal government. A lot of families in this day
    and age, even abc if unsuccessful, can lead to heavy
    penalties being imposed as per terms and conditions.
    The company should also have a Steven Spielberg Funded budget that allows them to edit
    that and make it fit for a daycare center and not the final decree.

  388. Ronny

    But the problem is, they don’t have to be repaid to
    the federal government. A lot of families in this day
    and age, even abc if unsuccessful, can lead to heavy
    penalties being imposed as per terms and conditions.
    The company should also have a Steven Spielberg Funded budget that allows them to edit
    that and make it fit for a daycare center and not the final decree.

  389. pablo darling

    Dear Miss Crabapple, I just watched an interview of you at the Berkman luncheon. I love your work Keep on rock’n ..you have the force!!

    Love, Pablo

  390. pablo darling

    Dear Miss Crabapple, I just watched an interview of you at the Berkman luncheon. I love your work Keep on rock’n ..you have the force!!

    Love, Pablo

  391. Tom Robertson

    Hi Molly,

    I just saw an interview that you did on Carson Daily and felt compelled to look up your site. You are very interesting and Beautiful. I love your deep inner thoughts on the subject. Obviously, you prefer Black as a color, although I believe you will someday, let your inner beauty and hopefulness shine through in your look and work. I understand your mental make-up, as I too have seen the hypocracy of mankind in so many various ways, for countless years. Keep the Big picture in focus, and always just be yourself, no matter what!

    Be Healthy, Happy, and Safe,

    Tom Robertson

  392. Tom Robertson

    Hi Molly,

    I just saw an interview that you did on Carson Daily and felt compelled to look up your site. You are very interesting and Beautiful. I love your deep inner thoughts on the subject. Obviously, you prefer Black as a color, although I believe you will someday, let your inner beauty and hopefulness shine through in your look and work. I understand your mental make-up, as I too have seen the hypocracy of mankind in so many various ways, for countless years. Keep the Big picture in focus, and always just be yourself, no matter what!

    Be Healthy, Happy, and Safe,

    Tom Robertson

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  395. Sebastien

    hello,

    I am french.
    I discovered you works via french Tv program ” Tracks ”
    I find you speeches and your arts very interesting
    today I looked your works in your blog.
    your works touch me.
    Is it possible to see another works on internet ( or another support )

    Sebastien.

    PS: Sorry for my bad english

  396. Sebastien

    hello,

    I am french.
    I discovered you works via french Tv program ” Tracks ”
    I find you speeches and your arts very interesting
    today I looked your works in your blog.
    your works touch me.
    Is it possible to see another works on internet ( or another support )

    Sebastien.

    PS: Sorry for my bad english

  397. Emmanuel gaffron

    Brazil, Germany, as well as the European Union and many latin american countries, are working on an UN -resolution to defend peoples private life and privates dates, so that the collected dates cannot be sell or used for any purpose.
    The same kind of law prevents the european citizens from spying. Except when the NSA spies us, of course…
    I hope the EFF will support us in this fight. Our rights and our intimity are in danger.

  398. Emmanuel gaffron

    Brazil, Germany, as well as the European Union and many latin american countries, are working on an UN -resolution to defend peoples private life and privates dates, so that the collected dates cannot be sell or used for any purpose.
    The same kind of law prevents the european citizens from spying. Except when the NSA spies us, of course…
    I hope the EFF will support us in this fight. Our rights and our intimity are in danger.

  399. Suzanne

    Brilliant. Thank you for the time and energy (not to mention experience) you spent composing this true and astute talk. Grateful and inspired…

  400. Suzanne

    Brilliant. Thank you for the time and energy (not to mention experience) you spent composing this true and astute talk. Grateful and inspired…

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  405. Ian Walker

    Hey Molly
    Nice interview for CNET… but I kinda didn’t get the reference on ‘old people’ At 52 i guess I am classed as ‘old’. I also incepted just about all of the technology you think of as ‘young’ I suppose. Including occupy (working title – active rebellion, a play on microsoft technology)… I guess art is judgement as well as porn. Sadly just another manifestation of the Godel proof.

    Have you played TLOU? do you like the Goya? No accident.

    Cheers

  406. Ian Walker

    Hey Molly
    Nice interview for CNET… but I kinda didn’t get the reference on ‘old people’ At 52 i guess I am classed as ‘old’. I also incepted just about all of the technology you think of as ‘young’ I suppose. Including occupy (working title – active rebellion, a play on microsoft technology)… I guess art is judgement as well as porn. Sadly just another manifestation of the Godel proof.

    Have you played TLOU? do you like the Goya? No accident.

    Cheers

  407. Erik Pedersen

    Apparently, there are items mentioned as New (scarf, Kiss t-shirt) on your website that are so new that your Store page doesn’t know about them. What a blow to pre-Christmas marketing hype!

  408. Erik Pedersen

    Apparently, there are items mentioned as New (scarf, Kiss t-shirt) on your website that are so new that your Store page doesn’t know about them. What a blow to pre-Christmas marketing hype!

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  415. ♪ Kompani ♪ (@kompani101)

    Your activities have helped me through a very difficult year so a huge thanks is owed by me to you. Lets hope 2014 will be a much happier and less stressful year. I hope your creativity continues and that you share it with the ‘interwebs’. From a cold UK but a warm heart, wishing you the best New Year.

  416. ♪ Kompani ♪ (@kompani101)

    Your activities have helped me through a very difficult year so a huge thanks is owed by me to you. Lets hope 2014 will be a much happier and less stressful year. I hope your creativity continues and that you share it with the ‘interwebs’. From a cold UK but a warm heart, wishing you the best New Year.

  417. Bret Burnett

    Molly,
    you represent the part of America that earned the very special words “Land of the Free…Home of the Brave. You are very Brave! I resent that “Land of the Free…Home of the Brave” has been methodically replaced with “Land of the Safe…Home of the Scared”!!!

    Our country stands divided (divided and conquered) — Now we are being ruled by fear and have been hypnotized by the corporate owned media who have convinced us Americans to vote against our own good, have taught us that we’re happy for losing and then…sadly, we actually think that we’ve won?

    We the people living now owe so much more to our predecessors who sacrificed so much; up to and including their lives — we shouldn’t let their purpose die by allowing the media to scare us into agreeing that “SAFE” is the most important allegiance supported by the citizens of America.

    Thank you for proving that Free & Brave is still at work — there is a price to pay for taking on the bastards that have hijacked our country and they have an endless supply of money and power to squash any voice that challenges the bastards!

    I applaud you. Thank you!

    Bret

  418. Bret Burnett

    Molly,
    you represent the part of America that earned the very special words “Land of the Free…Home of the Brave. You are very Brave! I resent that “Land of the Free…Home of the Brave” has been methodically replaced with “Land of the Safe…Home of the Scared”!!!

    Our country stands divided (divided and conquered) — Now we are being ruled by fear and have been hypnotized by the corporate owned media who have convinced us Americans to vote against our own good, have taught us that we’re happy for losing and then…sadly, we actually think that we’ve won?

    We the people living now owe so much more to our predecessors who sacrificed so much; up to and including their lives — we shouldn’t let their purpose die by allowing the media to scare us into agreeing that “SAFE” is the most important allegiance supported by the citizens of America.

    Thank you for proving that Free & Brave is still at work — there is a price to pay for taking on the bastards that have hijacked our country and they have an endless supply of money and power to squash any voice that challenges the bastards!

    I applaud you. Thank you!

    Bret

  419. Dan Van Cura

    Took a copy for my classroom door. Was wondering if it is just scribble or does it make a statement in Arabic?

  420. Dan Van Cura

    Took a copy for my classroom door. Was wondering if it is just scribble or does it make a statement in Arabic?

  421. Kevin Zeese

    Wow — you have been so creatively productive. Fantastic. I’ve worked on so many of the things you have done art for, Chelsea Manning, Guantanamo prisoners, Occupy.

    I’ve seen your materials on the web, seeing you in the room surrounded by your work makes me realize that as impressed as I was, seeing it in the real, not virtual, world would even be more amazing.

    I can’t wait to see what you accomplish in 2014.

    Keep up the amazing work!

    KZ

  422. Kevin Zeese

    Wow — you have been so creatively productive. Fantastic. I’ve worked on so many of the things you have done art for, Chelsea Manning, Guantanamo prisoners, Occupy.

    I’ve seen your materials on the web, seeing you in the room surrounded by your work makes me realize that as impressed as I was, seeing it in the real, not virtual, world would even be more amazing.

    I can’t wait to see what you accomplish in 2014.

    Keep up the amazing work!

    KZ

  423. steve prue

    Happy 2014!

    Thanks for including me on some of your awesome adventures – you and Fred inspire me to be a better artist and a better person. At times, I ask, “what would Molly do in this situation?” The answer usually involves drinking whiskey and creating something beautiful.

    works for me.

    see y’all soon.
    steve

  424. steve prue

    Happy 2014!

    Thanks for including me on some of your awesome adventures – you and Fred inspire me to be a better artist and a better person. At times, I ask, “what would Molly do in this situation?” The answer usually involves drinking whiskey and creating something beautiful.

    works for me.

    see y’all soon.
    steve

  425. Bruse Loyd

    Has anyone heard/read a description of what each aspect of this illustration by Ms. Crabapple for Matt Taibbi’s new book cover symbolizes? I would love to know.

  426. Bruse Loyd

    Has anyone heard/read a description of what each aspect of this illustration by Ms. Crabapple for Matt Taibbi’s new book cover symbolizes? I would love to know.

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  435. Joel

    Just happened to stumble across your art online and (as well as blowing my mind how amazing it is) it reminded me of Amanda Palmer.. so I googled and here this is! I ordered the randomly selected 3 cards package from the tarot set.. it would be incredible if I got this card though as this is seriously beautiful.

  436. Joel

    Just happened to stumble across your art online and (as well as blowing my mind how amazing it is) it reminded me of Amanda Palmer.. so I googled and here this is! I ordered the randomly selected 3 cards package from the tarot set.. it would be incredible if I got this card though as this is seriously beautiful.

  437. KJ

    Like. But take it from one who knows — you don’t have to worry about becoming invisible until you turn 50. Then it happens IMMEDIATELY.

  438. KJ

    Like. But take it from one who knows — you don’t have to worry about becoming invisible until you turn 50. Then it happens IMMEDIATELY.

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  443. Danielle

    I sat and stared at this piece for such a long time. For me it captures beautifully the feeling of lamenting our younger years that women over 30 are supposed to feel. Can’t say I lament for my twenties or pine to be younger, but I definitely agree with the invisibility phenomenon – it can be quite suffocating. Beautiful portrait, thank you for sharing.

  444. Danielle

    I sat and stared at this piece for such a long time. For me it captures beautifully the feeling of lamenting our younger years that women over 30 are supposed to feel. Can’t say I lament for my twenties or pine to be younger, but I definitely agree with the invisibility phenomenon – it can be quite suffocating. Beautiful portrait, thank you for sharing.

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  451. Don

    I think he sees himself as Churchillian. Churchill was a better painter, and better at everything else, including drinking. The question in my mind is, is Bush a better painter than Hitler?

  452. Don

    I think he sees himself as Churchillian. Churchill was a better painter, and better at everything else, including drinking. The question in my mind is, is Bush a better painter than Hitler?

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  455. K Rudin

    Dear Molly Crabapple! ~
    Once more You are THERE: Thank You so much!
    What “the Public” ~ those people who don’t often risk arrest for their principles ~ realize is that IT IS UNIVERSALLY ROUTINE for cops to accuse their VICTIMS of assault! {I’ve got a few of these on my rap sheet for showing up “armed” with a camera!}
    So while I have ‘dropped back’ behind the front lines to OCCUPY my ‘umble Mendocino hideout {a fulltime yob, it turns out!}, I enthusiastically APPLAUD Your perseverence and Presence~with~Pen in the sharkpit that is the Activist courtroom du jour!
    Your Work is Immensely & Uniquely Valuable to both the Historic Outcome and Immediate Morale Support of these Critical Struggles!
    Let’s talktalk sometime!
    Peace, Love, Revolution/Revelation!
    Your Sister-in-Ink,
    K. Rudin

  456. K Rudin

    Dear Molly Crabapple! ~
    Once more You are THERE: Thank You so much!
    What “the Public” ~ those people who don’t often risk arrest for their principles ~ realize is that IT IS UNIVERSALLY ROUTINE for cops to accuse their VICTIMS of assault! {I’ve got a few of these on my rap sheet for showing up “armed” with a camera!}
    So while I have ‘dropped back’ behind the front lines to OCCUPY my ‘umble Mendocino hideout {a fulltime yob, it turns out!}, I enthusiastically APPLAUD Your perseverence and Presence~with~Pen in the sharkpit that is the Activist courtroom du jour!
    Your Work is Immensely & Uniquely Valuable to both the Historic Outcome and Immediate Morale Support of these Critical Struggles!
    Let’s talktalk sometime!
    Peace, Love, Revolution/Revelation!
    Your Sister-in-Ink,
    K. Rudin

  457. S Ahmed

    What an eye-opening column…outstandingly well written and outstanding question to ask!!

  458. S Ahmed

    What an eye-opening column…outstandingly well written and outstanding question to ask!!

  459. Thomas

    I enjoyed your writing, I had to look up the definition of “moue.” Smart writing and you have artistic talent to boot. I am guessing I will be seeing your name a lot in the future.

    -T

  460. Thomas

    I enjoyed your writing, I had to look up the definition of “moue.” Smart writing and you have artistic talent to boot. I am guessing I will be seeing your name a lot in the future.

    -T

  461. Tyler

    You did an amazing job in this segment. You may want to link up with Ronnie Moas, an activist. His Twitter handle is @ronniemoas.

  462. Tyler

    You did an amazing job in this segment. You may want to link up with Ronnie Moas, an activist. His Twitter handle is @ronniemoas.

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  465. kompani101

    It is incredibly sad to see a great nation in such a mess because of religion, politics and historical wrongs. Again the children are the innocents. I do hope America goes home and sorts out its own domestic problems of poverty and inequality rather than interfere more in this area of the world.

  466. kompani101

    It is incredibly sad to see a great nation in such a mess because of religion, politics and historical wrongs. Again the children are the innocents. I do hope America goes home and sorts out its own domestic problems of poverty and inequality rather than interfere more in this area of the world.

  467. Harry Wilson

    You’ve heard this before ( and I’m one hard to impress), YOU AMAZINGLY SURPRISE ME.
    An artist, a commentary writer upon picture about the overlooks in life I love my produce, but have a hell of a time getting galleries to pay attention. But I’ll keep trying till I get called to my next assignment in space.
    Keep on informing me.

    Harry Wilson

  468. Harry Wilson

    You’ve heard this before ( and I’m one hard to impress), YOU AMAZINGLY SURPRISE ME.
    An artist, a commentary writer upon picture about the overlooks in life I love my produce, but have a hell of a time getting galleries to pay attention. But I’ll keep trying till I get called to my next assignment in space.
    Keep on informing me.

    Harry Wilson

  469. kompani101

    I would have so loved to have been able to go to such a beautifully decorated and inspiring school. The children’s imagination will be inspired. Truly lovely.

  470. kompani101

    I would have so loved to have been able to go to such a beautifully decorated and inspiring school. The children’s imagination will be inspired. Truly lovely.

  471. Diana Ruth Nichols

    Molly,

    I love you and I love you and I love you.

    I have a limited income, so I cannot buy much, but thank you for being, for communicating and talking!

    Diana Ruth

  472. Diana Ruth Nichols

    Molly,

    I love you and I love you and I love you.

    I have a limited income, so I cannot buy much, but thank you for being, for communicating and talking!

    Diana Ruth

  473. Stephen Pain

    Well, I would have never have guessed, you would become the sensation that you did. Just shows us the power of the Pen over the sword and missile – you have excelled all my expectations. :-).

  474. Stephen Pain

    Well, I would have never have guessed, you would become the sensation that you did. Just shows us the power of the Pen over the sword and missile – you have excelled all my expectations. :-).

  475. S Ahmed

    You drawings and your writing are both exceptional. Talented beyond words! I would love to read your memoir.

  476. S Ahmed

    You drawings and your writing are both exceptional. Talented beyond words! I would love to read your memoir.

  477. Dave Jones

    This is going to be an excellent book, the personalities are right there & as good as your detailed art is I’m starting to really like the colorful background ink blotches the most.