Chris Petescia

Co-founder of Carrot Creative, design geek, practical hippie, music enthusiast and generally creative individual who finds inspiration through imagination.

Located in Park Slope & DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY.
Dreaming in a galaxy far, far away....

 

Where I’m From: JAY Z Barclays Center Documentary

James Bond: Skyfall screening! (at AMC Loews Kips Bay 15)

As a long-time fan, I enjoyed the film’s references and nostalgic nods. The action was great. It wasn’t as grandly-plotted as many films, including CR & QoS… But what disappointed a bit was the backstory points revealed regarding Bond’s life. Without spoiling it, I will say that the mystery and vaguely-dark and unclarified past was part of the charm. As someone who generally gets off on character development and roots, I think 007 is an instance where it is unnecessary and beneficial to not delve too deep.

Let me know what you think :)

James Bond: Skyfall screening! (at AMC Loews Kips Bay 15)


As a long-time fan, I enjoyed the film’s references and nostalgic nods. The action was great. It wasn’t as grandly-plotted as many films, including CR & QoS… But what disappointed a bit was the backstory points revealed regarding Bond’s life. Without spoiling it, I will say that the mystery and vaguely-dark and unclarified past was part of the charm. As someone who generally gets off on character development and roots, I think 007 is an instance where it is unnecessary and beneficial to not delve too deep. Let me know what you think :)
justinrampage:

Sam Spratt:
Sam Spratt’s Halloween Portrait Contest!
In brief: Likes and Reblogs of this image are each entries in the contest to win a portrait of you drawn by me.
In slightly less brief:  To those new to this, that means that should you be the random winner, I would draw a portrait of your beautiful face (or someone’s face you care about)… as a horrifically ugly, flesh-eating, undead walker-face. It’s like winning the lottery! (except not at all like that…) That said, it is the best emotional preparation possible should you fall victim to the zombie apocalypse and run (walk slowly) across a mirror in the wreckage of your once beautiful town. (I will also draw you as anything halloween/horror themed, but the undead are a favorite).
Doing each of the following counts as an entry:
Facebook: Comment and/or Share this image >HERE<
Tumblr: Like and/or Reblog this image
Twitter: Following @samspratt and tweeting “Entering to win a portrait of myself drawn as the undead by @samspratt! http://on.fb.me/RPNehj”
Contest closes on Sunday Oct. 28th at midnight EST
PS: Yes, that’s a drawing of The Walking Dead’s Rick Grimes as a Walker
Halloween Portrait Contest! by Sam Spratt (Store) (Facebook) (Twitter)

This is sofa-king-awesome

justinrampage:

Sam Spratt:

Sam Spratt’s Halloween Portrait Contest!

In brief: Likes and Reblogs of this image are each entries in the contest to win a portrait of you drawn by me.

In slightly less brief:  To those new to this, that means that should you be the random winner, I would draw a portrait of your beautiful face (or someone’s face you care about)… as a horrifically ugly, flesh-eating, undead walker-face. It’s like winning the lottery! (except not at all like that…) That said, it is the best emotional preparation possible should you fall victim to the zombie apocalypse and run (walk slowly) across a mirror in the wreckage of your once beautiful town. (I will also draw you as anything halloween/horror themed, but the undead are a favorite).

Doing each of the following counts as an entry:

Facebook: Comment and/or Share this image >HERE<

Tumblr: Like and/or Reblog this image

Twitter: Following @samspratt and tweeting “Entering to win a portrait of myself drawn as the undead by @samspratt! http://on.fb.me/RPNehj

Contest closes on Sunday Oct. 28th at midnight EST

PS: Yes, that’s a drawing of The Walking Dead’s Rick Grimes as a Walker

Halloween Portrait Contest! by Sam Spratt (Store) (Facebook) (Twitter)

This is sofa-king-awesome

Trailer for Cloud Atlas (2012)

Looks excellent :)

"Yesterday, I believe I would never have done what I did today."