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Jake Gillespie
In addition to overflowing with some of the best, weirdest illustration and animation I’ve ever seen, Jake Gillespie's blog is a wonderful narrative. Beginning here, for example, and then proceeding onward through his following illustrations, seeing Gillespie’s humor and sense of perspective both evolve and metastasize into different, new limbs, is…incredible.
Gillespie’s current aesthetic plays off of proletarian art like sketching, web comics, and weirdo animation, but crucially grounded by the skill and confidence built by his preceding decade of professional “fine art” work. It’s illustration that feels like the visual art soulmate to something like Milk Music: bare, anarchic, jubilant, and brilliantly fucked up. It’s dizzyingly fun, fluid, and an absolute blessing to see here on Tumblr.
Check out Jake’s main site and Youtube channel for animated brilliance like “Missed Encounters,” possibly the best thing about dumplings I’ve ever seen.
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Jake Gillespie
In addition to overflowing with some of the best, weirdest illustration and animation I’ve ever seen, Jake Gillespie's blog is a wonderful narrative. Beginning here, for example, and then proceeding onward through his following illustrations, seeing Gillespie’s humor and sense of perspective both evolve and metastasize into different, new limbs, is…incredible.
Gillespie’s current aesthetic plays off of proletarian art like sketching, web comics, and weirdo animation, but crucially grounded by the skill and confidence built by his preceding decade of professional “fine art” work. It’s illustration that feels like the visual art soulmate to something like Milk Music: bare, anarchic, jubilant, and brilliantly fucked up. It’s dizzyingly fun, fluid, and an absolute blessing to see here on Tumblr.
Check out Jake’s main site and Youtube channel for animated brilliance like “Missed Encounters,” possibly the best thing about dumplings I’ve ever seen.
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Jake Gillespie
In addition to overflowing with some of the best, weirdest illustration and animation I’ve ever seen, Jake Gillespie's blog is a wonderful narrative. Beginning here, for example, and then proceeding onward through his following illustrations, seeing Gillespie’s humor and sense of perspective both evolve and metastasize into different, new limbs, is…incredible.
Gillespie’s current aesthetic plays off of proletarian art like sketching, web comics, and weirdo animation, but crucially grounded by the skill and confidence built by his preceding decade of professional “fine art” work. It’s illustration that feels like the visual art soulmate to something like Milk Music: bare, anarchic, jubilant, and brilliantly fucked up. It’s dizzyingly fun, fluid, and an absolute blessing to see here on Tumblr.
Check out Jake’s main site and Youtube channel for animated brilliance like “Missed Encounters,” possibly the best thing about dumplings I’ve ever seen.
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Jake Gillespie
In addition to overflowing with some of the best, weirdest illustration and animation I’ve ever seen, Jake Gillespie's blog is a wonderful narrative. Beginning here, for example, and then proceeding onward through his following illustrations, seeing Gillespie’s humor and sense of perspective both evolve and metastasize into different, new limbs, is…incredible.
Gillespie’s current aesthetic plays off of proletarian art like sketching, web comics, and weirdo animation, but crucially grounded by the skill and confidence built by his preceding decade of professional “fine art” work. It’s illustration that feels like the visual art soulmate to something like Milk Music: bare, anarchic, jubilant, and brilliantly fucked up. It’s dizzyingly fun, fluid, and an absolute blessing to see here on Tumblr.
Check out Jake’s main site and Youtube channel for animated brilliance like “Missed Encounters,” possibly the best thing about dumplings I’ve ever seen.
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Jake Gillespie
In addition to overflowing with some of the best, weirdest illustration and animation I’ve ever seen, Jake Gillespie's blog is a wonderful narrative. Beginning here, for example, and then proceeding onward through his following illustrations, seeing Gillespie’s humor and sense of perspective both evolve and metastasize into different, new limbs, is…incredible.
Gillespie’s current aesthetic plays off of proletarian art like sketching, web comics, and weirdo animation, but crucially grounded by the skill and confidence built by his preceding decade of professional “fine art” work. It’s illustration that feels like the visual art soulmate to something like Milk Music: bare, anarchic, jubilant, and brilliantly fucked up. It’s dizzyingly fun, fluid, and an absolute blessing to see here on Tumblr.
Check out Jake’s main site and Youtube channel for animated brilliance like “Missed Encounters,” possibly the best thing about dumplings I’ve ever seen.
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Jake Gillespie
In addition to overflowing with some of the best, weirdest illustration and animation I’ve ever seen, Jake Gillespie's blog is a wonderful narrative. Beginning here, for example, and then proceeding onward through his following illustrations, seeing Gillespie’s humor and sense of perspective both evolve and metastasize into different, new limbs, is…incredible.
Gillespie’s current aesthetic plays off of proletarian art like sketching, web comics, and weirdo animation, but crucially grounded by the skill and confidence built by his preceding decade of professional “fine art” work. It’s illustration that feels like the visual art soulmate to something like Milk Music: bare, anarchic, jubilant, and brilliantly fucked up. It’s dizzyingly fun, fluid, and an absolute blessing to see here on Tumblr.
Check out Jake’s main site and Youtube channel for animated brilliance like “Missed Encounters,” possibly the best thing about dumplings I’ve ever seen.
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Jake Gillespie

In addition to overflowing with some of the best, weirdest illustration and animation I’ve ever seen, Jake Gillespie's blog is a wonderful narrative. Beginning here, for example, and then proceeding onward through his following illustrations, seeing Gillespie’s humor and sense of perspective both evolve and metastasize into different, new limbs, is…incredible.

Gillespie’s current aesthetic plays off of proletarian art like sketching, web comics, and weirdo animation, but crucially grounded by the skill and confidence built by his preceding decade of professional “fine art” work. It’s illustration that feels like the visual art soulmate to something like Milk Music: bare, anarchic, jubilant, and brilliantly fucked up. It’s dizzyingly fun, fluid, and an absolute blessing to see here on Tumblr.

Check out Jake’s main site and Youtube channel for animated brilliance like “Missed Encounters,” possibly the best thing about dumplings I’ve ever seen.

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