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The Imperial Palace from Star Wars: Tie Fighter, by Lucasarts.

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The Imperial Palace from Star Wars: Tie Fighter, by Lucasarts.

Reblogged from toxoplasm
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From the intro of Kyuuyaku Megami Tensei, by Atlus.

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From the intro of Kyuuyaku Megami Tensei, by Atlus.

Some new books to read in the next few months of (semi)imposed economic and social isolation before I move.

Some new books to read in the next few months of (semi)imposed economic and social isolation before I move.

drawpaintprint:

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi: The Battle of the Cats and Mice ( Byōso kassen ) 1859

Reblogged from DRAW PAINT PRINT

sinthematica:

eloquently justifying your worst fears, intolerable anxieties, and silent screams of anger with her admirable grace

Reblogged from sinthematica

iggytheautoreiv:

Some gorgeously animated .gifs from Flex. I highly recommend you check his stuff out!

It’s funny how the popular writers of today (you know who they all are) are almost immune from literally criticism. They exist in that grey space between genre fiction and actual literature. You can’t criticize them because it’s always assumed that your point of criticism comes as a snob. The only appropriate action with them, apparently, is to keep giving them movie deals and assume literature is just a medium for telling stories.

razorshapes:

Bence Hajdu - Abandoned Paintings (2012)

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New York City from Ranma 1/2: Chougi Ranbuhen, by Atelier Double.Submitted by kartridges.

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New York City from Ranma 1/2: Chougi Ranbuhen, by Atelier Double.

Submitted by kartridges.

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Alien Burger from Alien Storm, by Sega.

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Alien Burger from Alien Storm, by Sega.

worldsofsierra:

The Pleasure Dome

worldsofsierra:

The Pleasure Dome

Reblogged from toxoplasm
defenestrador:

The Day, by Jae Cheol Park.
Reblogged from Too school for cool
The case for the defence is that Orwell was a magnificently courageous opponent of political oppression, a man of unswerving moral integrity and independence of spirit who risked his life fighting Fascism, narrowly escaped death at the hands of Stalin’s agents in Spain, and denounced an imperialism of which he had had unpleasant first-hand knowledge as a young policeman in Burma. In the meantime, he managed to pioneer what is now known as cultural studies. In a remarkable feat of self-refashioning, he turned his back on a life of middle-class privilege and chose for his companions tramps, hop-pickers, Catalonian revolutionaries, louche artists and political activists.
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