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From Love Eats Brains!, ©2004 Dash Shaw. source

From Love Eats Brains!, ©2004 Dash Shaw. source

End credits.

End credits.

Tekkonkinkreet (2006)

Tekkonkinkreet (2006)

schoolofvisualarts:

Becoming by Rovina Cai
explore-blog:

For Raymond Chandler's birthday today, his collected wisdom on writing from a lifetime of letters

explore-blog:

For Raymond Chandler's birthday today, his collected wisdom on writing from a lifetime of letters

Drawing Digimon The Movie screen caps!

Drawing Digimon The Movie screen caps!

bigmagnets:

Stockholm Design Lab

I can’t tell if i’m feeling sick because of the amount of mixed nuts i’ve been eating, or if it’s because the nuts are slightly past their due date. Either way, i’m going to continue eating them because i’m addicted and can’t control myself.

Cashews, macadamias and filberts are my favourite, though i’ve run out of the latter. All roasted of course. Lately i’ve started enjoying almonds as well, for their texture and crunch.

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nevver:

Little White Lies, David Fullarton

nevver:

Little White Lies, David Fullarton

Nobody gets to be you, except you. Nobody has your point of view, except you. Nobody gets to bring to the worlds the things taht you get to bring to the world – uniquely get to bring to the world – except you.

So saying there are enough writers out there, enough directors out there, enough people with a point of view – well, yeah, there are – but none of them are you, none of this them is going to make the art that you’re going to make, none of them will change people and change the world in the way that you could change it.

So if you believe somebody who says, ‘No, no, we’ve got enough of those,’ then all it means is you’re giving up your chance to change the world the way only you can change it.

When a young woman cites being told she shouldn’t pursue being an artist because there are too many artists in the world already, Neil Gaiman offers some words of wisdom. Complement with his even wiser advice to young people in the arts.

A fine addition to our ongoing archive of sage, timeless advice

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snowce:

Frank Earle Schoonover, What Happened Here?, 1912

snowce:

Frank Earle Schoonover, What Happened Here?, 1912