Finals from the MoonQueen zine for Light Grey Art Lab’s Stacks exhibition!
It’s based off of the year 1992- when Alexander McQueen debuted his first collection and Sailor Moon was released in Japan.
It’s also on behance up here if you wanna follow me there! http://bit.ly/1lu8NbF
More of my work is available to view at http://evynfong.com.
.. . look into my eyes.. … .
lili-ex replied to your post “I’m feeling grateful I was 2 years late to the party with playing DA2…”
Gosh it’s just so much fun, isn’t it? :D *faux cheer*
Well whatever depressing and fucked up things will happen in the actual game, I don’t think it would compare to these months before the release.
merriders replied to your post “I’m feeling grateful I was 2 years late to the party with playing DA2…”
i can’t imagine how veteran fans even handle this
ssvnormantea replied to your post “I’m feeling grateful I was 2 years late to the party with playing DA2…”
I’ve stuck to the “dig into the thing first, dig into the fandom later” rule so far and it’s been great, because it keeps your head more or less clear and unbiassed. I’m not going to say the fandom “ruined” anything for me, but holy shit people who witnessed it for years probably have skin thicker than Shale’s already.
mswyrr replied to your post “On a completely another note, I’m not really afraid of spoilers. Being…”
i feel similarly about spoilers tbh
femmehawke replied to your post “On a completely another note, I’m not really afraid of spoilers. Being…”
dude i completely agree, i was the same way as a kid and i still do that now. lost me with rick astley.
I suppose spoilers have always been more like “teasers” for me, because they never really took the element of surprise and excitement from me even if I technically was “spoiled” through and through.
hollyand-writes replied to your post “On a completely another note, I’m not really afraid of spoilers. Being…”
Haha, I actually genuinely enjoy Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up” as well! :-D
On a completely another note, I’m not really afraid of spoilers. Being spoiled with something definitely gives you a different experience compared to the one you’d have if you weren’t spoiled, but it doesn’t neccessarily make it worse?
As a child, I often flipped the book to the last pages to see how it ends, and because almost nothing made any sense, it made me all the more excited. I was yet to find out why the things turned out the way they did and how it got to that point.
With that and also genuinely enjoying Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up”, almost nothing scares me on the Internet.
I’m feeling grateful I was 2 years late to the party with playing DA2 and didn’t have to witness the pre-release mess at its best with it.
I fukin love 14th century art art because everyone looks so shady and suspicious of ppl around them its AMAZING
or just like they know something u dont and oh my gdfuck i cant
I believe the highest point is reached in Simone Martini’s Annunciation
and the look of absolute hatred Mary and Gabriel exchange.
"mary i know ur only half a virgin"
"fuck off gabriel"
I WAS JUST ABOUT TO GO TO SLEEP AND NOW APPARENTLY SOLAS IS ROMANCABLE WHAT
OK first you’re being a total dick right now,
no but the best part is how he got the name:
his name was originally “potatoes,” and his owner, willoughby bertie, told the stable lad who helped him to write the horse’s name on a feed bin. the boy misheard it as, literally “pot-eight-o’s” and wrote it with 8 o’s. bertie found it so funny that he kept that as the horses name.
This is the most beautiful horse-related story I’ve ever heard.
CHOSEN // a mix for the heralds of andraste whose faith is their armour, whose cause is their shield // listen
Let the blade pass through the flesh,
Let my blood touch the ground,
Let my cries touch their hearts.
Let mine be the last sacrifice.
The last page of a medieval book is usually a protective flyleaf, which is positioned between the actual text and the bookbinding. It was usually left blank and it therefore often filled up with pen trials, notes, doodles, or drawings. This addition I encountered today and it is not what you’d expect: a full-on drawing of a maiden playing the lute, which she holds just like a guitar. A peaceful smile shines on her face. I love this rockstar lady, so unexpectedly positioned at the end of the book, trying to catch the reader’s attention as he is closing it.
Pic: London, British Library, Sloane MS 554 (more here).