Mitch watch this
We are gathered here today because SOMEBODY *glares at coffin* couldn’t stay alive.
Jump, Toad, jump!
Opening this Saturday, April 25th, 2015 at Gauntlet Gallery in San Francisco, California is Mako Miyamoto’s “Speculative Hunting,” an exhibit of the Neon Werewolf series of photographs that have made Mako famous. Disguising his human characters with Wookie masks, Miyamoto is able to explore the human condition from a stand alone perspective, that is - unlike anyone else is doing. The show will be on display until May 16th, 2016.
This week’s VG CHeats n’ Beatums is fuckin’ just the weirdest idea I’ve had and USGamer was like “fine!” and put it up without question. I love ‘em. GO read it.
Instead of being lost to memory, an old, tattered 1,000-page English-Japanese dictionary was given new life when its owner handed it over to Nobuo Okano, a Japanese master craftsman who has spent 30 years perfecting the art of restoring old books.
His process was detailed on a Japanese show called Fascinating Craftsman (Shuri, Bakaseru). The most painstaking part is probably when he individually unfolds every page’s corners with a tweezer and irons them! Read on for more about the process.
Wow! We hope you’re as inspired as us! We’re so excited, we’re almost ready to publish our first newsletter.
Remember Super Friends, National Arbor Day is April 24!
From Hell It Came (1957)
I feel like this bears repeating and in bold:
You can’t cite the rules of a fictional world to defend something problematic, because a person made it up. That person is accountable.
I feel this so much when people try to make excuses for authors who write terrible bisexual characters or whose writing is full of bi erasure, bi tropes, or conspicuously missing the b-word.