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García Márquez / Kurosawa



In October 1990, Colombian novelist Gabriel García Márquez visited Tokyo during the shooting of Akira Kurosawa’s penultimate feature, Rhapsody in August. García Márquez, who spent some years in Bogota as a film critic before penning landmark novels such as One Hundred Years of Solitude and Love in the Time of Cholera, spoke with Kurosawa for over six hours on a number of subjects.

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Pulp Fiction on Set.

Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell

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James Dean.



Illustration by Jo In Hyuk

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Phuket Sunset by (Frogman!)

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Lauryn Hill - Ex-Factor

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Test Shots: Ouigi Theodore

“ The truth is always an abyss. One must — as in a swimming pool — dare to dive from the quivering springboard of trivial everyday experience and sink into the depths, in order to later rise again — laughing and fighting for breath — to the now doubly illuminated surface of things. ”

—    Franz Kafka  (via tokuisei)

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The Visit (The two sisters), 1902

Pablo Picasso

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Turin, Italy (by Silvio Sola)

President Barack Obama: Please Enact New Federal Laws to Protect Citizens from Police Violence and Misconduct.


the original post has over 100 thousand hits but the petition is not included, so imagine how much it could’ve achieved though still doing well, please spread the word and sign this whether your black, white, blue or pink it helps everyone, the police are here to protect and bring confidence to our communities and i know they are some good ones out there but lets increase it…. lets make a start in changing not just this issue but also taking a look at other issues i hate the term black on black violence crime is not race issue, its a issue period they don’t have terms such as white on white … so we dont need it either crime is a crime no matter what that should be tackled regardless… im aware it is growing issue in some black communities but its still no excuse, either way lets start making changes…. so i hope this spreads and people sign.