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“Titus Andronicus”

Tomasz Boguslawski, Poland
A Finalist for the Chicago Poster Biennial (2008) 


This is one of the greatest poster designs EVER.

I’m fairly certain I’ve already reblogged this at some point, but it IS one of the greatest posters ever.

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shredsandpatches:

freystupid:

Titus Andronicus

Tomasz Boguslawski, Poland

A Finalist for the Chicago Poster Biennial (2008) 

This is one of the greatest poster designs EVER.

I’m fairly certain I’ve already reblogged this at some point, but it IS one of the greatest posters ever.

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Ungggh, this is so good. Bless you, Rebecca Traister. <3

I wish it were different. I wish that every woman whose actions and worth are parsed and restricted, congratulated and condemned in this country might just once get to wheel aroundon the committee that doesn’t believe their medically corroborated story of assault, or on the protesters who tell them that termination is a sin they will regret, or on the boss who tells them he doesn’t believe in their sexual choices, or on the mid-fifties man who congratulates them, or himself, on finding them appealing deep into their dotageand go black in the eyes and say, “I don’t fucking care if you like it.”

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And with that giant lampshade, I conclude my argument that Mary is intended to be a morally grey character.

Now that’s out of the way, let’s talk about something more interesting: Who was she before she was Mary Morstan?

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What if he knew that Walt felt closer to Jesse, and had a more authentic relationship with Jesse, than he does with his own son, whom he still treats like a helpless child? “That’s good, Jesse,” Walt says, after Walt Jr. puts him down. [x]

and yet by the end of the series Jesse is making the same criticisms of Water that Jr. makes in the episode recaped: that Walter is fake, that he is constantly disingenuous in his relationships and that it is frightening. Jr says he would rather have the broken, suffering dad then the one who is trying to create trust and emotional security with manipulation. Despite Walter’s more authentic bond with Jesse (and I don’t dispute that he has a more nuanced relationship with Jesse then with Jr.) his fundamental weakness of character fouls that relationship too.    

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hey dragon. you’re not supposed to be here.Conception of Alexander the Great, Les faize d’Alexandre (translation of Historiae Alexandri Magni of Quintus Curtius Rufus), Bruges ca. 1468-1475.
British Library, Burney 169, fol. 14r

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hey dragon. you’re not supposed to be here.

Conception of Alexander the Great, Les faize d’Alexandre (translation of Historiae Alexandri Magni of Quintus Curtius Rufus), Bruges ca. 1468-1475.

British Library, Burney 169, fol. 14r

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Arthur Rackham, Faerie Folk (Frontispiece), Duffield &amp; Company, 1914.

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Arthur Rackham, Faerie Folk (Frontispiece), Duffield & Company, 1914.

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Actor Steve Buscemi demonstrates his artificial thumb. 
He lost his real thumb while filming Fargo’s infamous wood-chipper scene and the doctors were unable to reattach it.  Stan Winston Studio created a facsimile of his thumb for the rest of shooting, and it was built so well that it endures to this day.

facts-i-just-made-up:

Actor Steve Buscemi demonstrates his artificial thumb. 

He lost his real thumb while filming Fargo’s infamous wood-chipper scene and the doctors were unable to reattach it.  Stan Winston Studio created a facsimile of his thumb for the rest of shooting, and it was built so well that it endures to this day.