1. http://main.diabetes.org/goto/frednoland #cycling #sketchbook

    http://main.diabetes.org/goto/frednoland #cycling #sketchbook

  2. Pre-color carnage. Prep for the current SF Weekly was short and brutal!

    Pre-color carnage. Prep for the current SF Weekly was short and brutal!

  3. No SFC this week but there is a full-color double-spread playable game! You can download and enjoy it here - http://www.sfweekly.com/2014-04-09/news/frisco-board-game/

    No SFC this week but there is a full-color double-spread playable game! You can download and enjoy it here - http://www.sfweekly.com/2014-04-09/news/frisco-board-game/

  4. Hot off the presses!

    Hot off the presses!

  5. Preview of “‘Frisco - the Game” is this week’s #SFWeekly - the funnest ordeal I’ve had in months :)

    Preview of “‘Frisco - the Game” is this week’s #SFWeekly - the funnest ordeal I’ve had in months :)

  6. Not gonna lie, I’m a pretty big fan of my work :) This one is from the Terada Collection #panda @mihoterada

    Not gonna lie, I’m a pretty big fan of my work :) This one is from the Terada Collection #panda @mihoterada

  7. Tomorrow marks one year since I stopped smoking and vaping. Cresting this hill not even a little winded is a reminder of why it was worth the repeated agony of quitting.

    Tomorrow marks one year since I stopped smoking and vaping. Cresting this hill not even a little winded is a reminder of why it was worth the repeated agony of quitting.

  8. tylerbicycles:

    Two Broad Arrows, by Rapha.

  9. Gentrification is a real drag. #sfweekly #illustration #gentrification#drag

    Gentrification is a real drag. #sfweekly #illustration #gentrification#drag

  10. BLACK SHEEP #3 Reviewed

    I’m almost dizzy after reading this. Big-ups to Spandexless for the awesome review!

    spandexless:

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    by Vik Gill (wondersaremany)

    Fred Noland’s Black Sheep #3 is a 32 page A5-sized minicomic with a strangely compelling cover.

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    There’s an old man who has oxygen tubes wrapped around his face in the foreground. His cup has the words “Country Club” printed on it. It’s ironic humor: judging by the painting on the wall, this is more likely a seedy bar or strip club. The dead animal on the woman’s shoulder and the old man’s eyes appear to be pointing at the same place—the stiff man in the yellow shirt is where death and dying intersect.

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