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Intelligence always had a pornographic influence on me.
Maya Angelou  (via mybrainweighsaton)

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3 months ago
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lovelyandbrown:

ethiopienne:

=the failure of american education in one concise photoset

pathetic.

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5 months ago
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Krzysztof Domaradzki (Website / Facebook / Behance)Series for Nike - 2010

doublescribble:

Krzysztof Domaradzki (Website / Facebook / Behance)
Series for Nike - 2010

9 months ago
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three21media:

#TBT on set of my comedy short flick “Buru Sera” with @NamiUnreal Woooodsiiide! @samson_son @mightyhealthyny #SPA

three21media:

#TBT on set of my comedy short flick “Buru Sera” with @NamiUnreal Woooodsiiide! @samson_son @mightyhealthyny #SPA

9 months ago
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Letter from Steve Albini to Nirvana Prior To Recording In Utero

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10 months ago
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bikedo:

bikedo-enraged:
i can fight, i will fight. and i will win.

bikedo:

bikedo-enraged:

i can fight, i will fight. and i will win.

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9 months ago
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cinephilearchive:

Stanley Kubrick actually made the transition from photography to film after reading Pudovkin’s Film Technique, believe it or not — well, you’ll believe it after you read what the man himself has said…


“The most influential book I read at that time was Pudovkin’s Film Technique. It is a very simple unpretentious book that illuminates rather than embroiders. It certainly makes it clear that film cutting is the one and only aspect of films that is unique and unrelated to any other art form. I found this book much more important than the complex writings of Eisenstein.” —Stanley Kubrick, Pudovkin and real life, filmschoolthrucommentaries

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9 months ago
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