heard

A 23 year-old Melbourne, Australian helter-skelter humdinger, Heard (Hans/Han Rose Dostine - neutral pronouns) pieces together struggle, feelings, joy and hope into words and drawings and some things in-between. A full-time daydreamer dealing with mental health stigma and gender dysphoria while trying to present the world as a better place, Heard's story is expressed through self-made projects like zines, art, writing and having a positive outlook on life. Get in touch and say hello :) /\.
han.rose.d@gmail.com
Peace!


*Blog Description Addition - Thought blogging aside from craft happenings*
POSI life appreesh, animal love, frends art/comic boosting, Harry Potter, music that shapes me, quotes I believe in/live by, inspiration and visual stimulation, weirdness and genderfuckery, DIY, Peter Pan complex, human rights importance, mental health awareness, laughter, nature and adventure, YACHT, nice vibes and radical socialism.
Stay kind!

Sep 17
plagueofcomix:

Shoepolish #4

plagueofcomix:

Shoepolish #4


whiskeyandmisanthropy:

Never forget.

whiskeyandmisanthropy:

Never forget.


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earthchild-:

But seriously, when why and how did boobs become sexual? When did nudity become taboo? Why have we evolved to shame and hide the very things we all hold in common, the very things we are born with?


“Any situations in which lying is conducive to the best outcomes is a flimsy house of cards and should be avoided.” Existentialism professor (via philosophyprofessorquotes)



thegirlwiththeloontattoo:

People say “phase” like impermanence means insignificance. Show me a permanent state of the self.

(via gemmafemma)


juliatrybala:

Collab comics, risograph printed set of four for $8 available at juliamakesthings.bigcartel.com


gemmafemma:

werms 🐛🐛🐛

gemmafemma:

werms 🐛🐛🐛


The world is very old, and human beings are very young. Significant events in our personal lives are measured in years or less; our lifetimes in decades; our family genealogies in centuries; and all of recorded history in millennia.

But we have been preceded by an awesome vista of time, extending for prodigious periods into the past, about which we know little – both because there are no written records and because we have real difficulty in grasping the immensity of the intervals involved.

Carl Sagan, The Dragons of Eden (via whats-out-there)

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