Artisan Andy

The mental loiterings of a 22 year old self-declared artisan.

I'm an aspiring radio personality & producer who just happens to have the same set of talents as Macgyver. You name it and I'll create it.

Indie music is my thing, so please go away if you don't respect the scene.

October 20, 2014 4:19 pm


America’s vice presidents have never looked so awesome. These tentacular ink and watercolor portraits are the work of Los Angeles-based artist and writer Jonathan Crow. His ongoing Veeptopus series depicts each US vice president with an octopus hanging out on his head (although he made a slight, yet somehow very appropriate, exception for Dick Cheney).

The portraits often accompanied by interesting historical tidbits and sometimes Crow deviates from straight cephalopod-VP portraiture to create wonderfully weird(er) pieces such as President Taft riding a badger.

Prints of the Veeptopus series are available via Jonathan Crow’s Etsy shop.

[via io9]

3:52 pm


It seems like cats never forgot the fact that they were worshipped as gods thousands of years ago 

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3:52 pm 10:51 am October 19, 2014 10:11 pm

Betrayal of the mind,
Dislocation of the soul.
Friends have become fiends,
Lovers have chosen to leave.

New muses await my admiration,
New challenges present new frustrations.

6:27 pm
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  • Knock Knock Knock
  • By: Spoon
  • They Want My Soul
  • 13 Plays

So many good songs on the new Spoon album

October 18, 2014 4:43 pm



The Photography of Modernist Cuisine is Nathan Myhrvold’s book of macro photography, cutaway shots and exploded sandwiches. Once the Microsoft CTO, he had other interests. “I asked Bill Gates for a leave of absence so I could go to chef school in France,” he tells Lynne Rossetto Kasper. “He let me do it.” [see more photos]


11:48 am 11:45 am


I text back embarrassingly fast

or three hours later

there is no in between

(Source: 50shadezofcarter, via flashthemessage)

11:31 am


Artist of the week: Katie Scott from the UK. She’s got an impressive resume including the album art of Bombay Bicycle Club’s last 3 albums. She draws influence from anatomical and botanical prints, and then uses her imagination to get weird. SUMMERSITE LOVES

(via whiskeythistletongue)