Graduation! #graduation #cody #danielle #2013 #madeit
I love this girl so much. #tbt #shannonneedsinstagram #babies #bestfriends #pickityplace #sisters.
Happy national sibling day to the best brothers I could ever have!❤ @jdrockabody #jeffy #brothers #nationalsiblingday #siblings #family #familyisforever
I DOMINATED. First time shooting and I don’t think it will be my last. 🔫😈 #guns #shooting
I’ve received a number of rude messages accusing me of stealing that Uggs post from Imgur/Reddit/Wherever. I think it’s so silly and WHO REALLY CARES, but I’m gonna prove that it’s mine.
Pictured is the original image.
Here is a picture of my back porch sans Uggs.
Here is a picture of my back porch with an apple pie on it.
Have a nice day.
This is my favorite internet phenomenon. I make something. It gets posted on reddit. Someone from reddit sees it on my site. They send me an angry message informing me I stole it from reddit.
One time it was actually a picture of me.
Yes, I stole a picture of myself from reddit. You caught me.
An Interview with Illustrator & Poet Yael Levy
Yael Levy is simultaneously a leather-clad tomboy and a graceful, sweater-knitting tea enthusiast. A poet and illustrator from Northern California, her works are inspired by the changing seasons, her daily commute, and very frequently her taste in music. She has illustrated for many publications in print and online and helped found Berkeley writers group The Audience Collective. Named after the woman who struck a tent-spike into Sisera’s temple in the Book of Judges, Levy would one day like to illustrate a children’s book rather than live up to the revolutionary lifestyle of her namesake.
How long have you been drawing and writing?
I’ve been drawing as long as I could hold a pencil. My mom has a lot of my childhood drawings of misshapen cows and truly unflattering family portraits. Poetry was more difficult. I was a big reader (still am), and so I read plenty of poetry as a child, but I didn’t really write any until I entered my teen angst years. Really really horrible poetry.