arsvitaest:

Katayama Bokuyo, Forest, 1928, ink and mineral pigments on silk, Minneapolis Institute of Arts

arsvitaest:

Katayama Bokuyo, Forest, 1928, ink and mineral pigments on silk, Minneapolis Institute of Arts

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killscreen:

"Consider that turn of phrase for a second. Post-human means that man is the apocalypse. And besides, Kevin Maxon says it’s time for new language. “I stopped using the word post-apocalyptic because it gave the wrong message,” he said. “There are literally no humans to interact with in Eidolon.”
Eidolon imagines a life long after the end of man

I can go play this next week.

killscreen:

"Consider that turn of phrase for a second. Post-human means that man is the apocalypse. And besides, Kevin Maxon says it’s time for new language. “I stopped using the word post-apocalyptic because it gave the wrong message,” he said. “There are literally no humans to interact with in Eidolon.”
Eidolon imagines a life long after the end of man

I can go play this next week.

killscreen:

"Consider that turn of phrase for a second. Post-human means that man is the apocalypse. And besides, Kevin Maxon says it’s time for new language. “I stopped using the word post-apocalyptic because it gave the wrong message,” he said. “There are literally no humans to interact with in Eidolon.”
Eidolon imagines a life long after the end of man

I can go play this next week.

killscreen:

"Consider that turn of phrase for a second. Post-human means that man is the apocalypse. And besides, Kevin Maxon says it’s time for new language. “I stopped using the word post-apocalyptic because it gave the wrong message,” he said. “There are literally no humans to interact with in Eidolon.”
Eidolon imagines a life long after the end of man

I can go play this next week.

killscreen:

"Consider that turn of phrase for a second. Post-human means that man is the apocalypse. And besides, Kevin Maxon says it’s time for new language. “I stopped using the word post-apocalyptic because it gave the wrong message,” he said. “There are literally no humans to interact with in Eidolon.”
Eidolon imagines a life long after the end of man

I can go play this next week.

killscreen:

"Consider that turn of phrase for a second. Post-human means that man is the apocalypse. And besides, Kevin Maxon says it’s time for new language. “I stopped using the word post-apocalyptic because it gave the wrong message,” he said. “There are literally no humans to interact with in Eidolon.”
Eidolon imagines a life long after the end of man

I can go play this next week.

killscreen:

"Consider that turn of phrase for a second. Post-human means that man is the apocalypse. And besides, Kevin Maxon says it’s time for new language. “I stopped using the word post-apocalyptic because it gave the wrong message,” he said. “There are literally no humans to interact with in Eidolon.”
Eidolon imagines a life long after the end of man

I can go play this next week.

killscreen:

"Consider that turn of phrase for a second. Post-human means that man is the apocalypse. And besides, Kevin Maxon says it’s time for new language. “I stopped using the word post-apocalyptic because it gave the wrong message,” he said. “There are literally no humans to interact with in Eidolon.”

Eidolon imagines a life long after the end of man

I can go play this next week.

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BOOK 3 MOVING TO DIGITAL RELEASE!

korranation:

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Hey Korra Nation! Phew. Some of you may have heard versions of this news elsewhere, but here’s the official word. After this Friday’s on-air premiere of Episode 8 “The Terror Within” at 8/7c, all remaining Book 3 episodes will move to a digital rollout. That means two things: 1) Korra is NOT…

WELP

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joy-ang:

I’ve had éclairs on my mind. #FoodStudyhttp://instagram.com/p/q0pkPyiiHf/

joy-ang:

I’ve had éclairs on my mind. #FoodStudy

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Depleted all my energy today worrying. Walked home down a street I had not been on foot, unfocused and gliding. Warm light but cold sky with clouds moving quickly.

Depleted all my energy today worrying. Walked home down a street I had not been on foot, unfocused and gliding. Warm light but cold sky with clouds moving quickly.

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kateordie:

comicsalliance:

FROM UNDER MOUNTAINS: MARIAN CHURCHLAND, CLAIRE GIBSON AND SLOAN LEONG SUBVERT CLICHÉS WITH A NEW FANTASY ADVENTURE
By Juliet Kahn
There will be magic in From Under Mountains, an ongoing fantasy series coming from Image in 2015 and announced at Comic-Con International in San Diego. Set in the world of Akhara, the story introduces us to a lord’s daughter, a disgraced knight, and a runaway thief whose unlikely partnership will change the course of a world locked in a bitter conflict between rival clans. There will be goblins and witches and knights as well, lost in the churning of a world in turmoil. Great houses will square off for power. Thieves will dash into the shadows. Naïve youths will learn that the world is vaster and more terrible than they ever imagined. In these warm, well-worn ways, it will embrace the best that fantasy, as a genre has to offer: sweeping scope grounded in the lives of heroes, villains, and everything in between.
Creators Marian Churchland, Claire Gibson, and Sloane Leong have worked on everything from Elephantmen to magical girl comics about anthropomorphic wolves, and they are bringing their varied experience to bear upon From Under Mountains and the fantasy genre in ways both familiar and innovative. ComicsAlliance talked with them to discuss breaking new ground with thoughtfulness, experience, and memories of Ursula Le Guin.
READ THE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Well, this looks fantastic.


Fuuuuuhhhhhhhhhhhck yes.http://comicsalliance.com/from-under-mountains-image-comics-comic-con-san-diego-churchland-gibson-leong/

kateordie:

comicsalliance:

FROM UNDER MOUNTAINS: MARIAN CHURCHLAND, CLAIRE GIBSON AND SLOAN LEONG SUBVERT CLICHÉS WITH A NEW FANTASY ADVENTURE

By Juliet Kahn

There will be magic in From Under Mountains, an ongoing fantasy series coming from Image in 2015 and announced at Comic-Con International in San Diego. Set in the world of Akhara, the story introduces us to a lord’s daughter, a disgraced knight, and a runaway thief whose unlikely partnership will change the course of a world locked in a bitter conflict between rival clans. There will be goblins and witches and knights as well, lost in the churning of a world in turmoil. Great houses will square off for power. Thieves will dash into the shadows. Naïve youths will learn that the world is vaster and more terrible than they ever imagined. In these warm, well-worn ways, it will embrace the best that fantasy, as a genre has to offer: sweeping scope grounded in the lives of heroes, villains, and everything in between.

Creators Marian Churchland, Claire Gibson, and Sloane Leong have worked on everything from Elephantmen to magical girl comics about anthropomorphic wolves, and they are bringing their varied experience to bear upon From Under Mountains and the fantasy genre in ways both familiar and innovative. ComicsAlliance talked with them to discuss breaking new ground with thoughtfulness, experience, and memories of Ursula Le Guin.

READ THE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Well, this looks fantastic.

Fuuuuuhhhhhhhhhhhck yes.

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Dear Nickelodeon, WTF forever.

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