The Last Supper (Leonardo DaVinci, 1498)
Inherent Vice (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2014)
Marko Vuleta-Djukanov | http://markovuletadjukanov.com
"A year in posters” is a project by kreativøperativ. It is a spontaneous project, inspired by love for good design. The idea was to create two posters a month throughout 2014. Themes in posters are in no relation with time of the year, although it might appear that way. They are the results of inspiration in a moment."
What you see and what you can make from it. Marko is the second perspective guy. Whatever needs to be built, it’s equally challenging and rewarding to enhance it. After 10 years of looking at things from a different angle, he enjoys design for one simple reason. Creativity breeds innovation, innovation breeds creativity. And this is one job where that wheel just keeps on turning.
What is it like working on How To Get Away With Murder? We are like rabid animals when we get these scripts. Recently we just got 1.04 and when it lands in our email boxes and, you know, we’re just trying to devour that episode on any device that is available to us, and it’s the fastest that I’ve ever read sixty pages ever.
i certainly wouldn’t mind being interviewed by connor
Kendall Jenner leaving the gym in Manhattan on October 18, 2014.
ITS SO CUTE I HAVE TO REBLOG IT AGAINN
I WANNA BE THIS KIND OF PARENT
Mom you can stop stressing
Mom you can stop crying
Mom I can buy the groceries
Mom I can pay for the house
Mom I can give you whatever the fuck you need money
This is real
"She removes her wig, her eyelashes, her makeup, never breaking eye contact with the reflection of her natural self. It’s an intimate, powerful moment television doesn’t often show: A black woman removing all the elements white supremacy tells her she has to wear to be beautiful, successful, powerful." (x)
I really resonated with this moment so much. So many people (especially other Black people) mocked this scene and Viola Davis’ worth, beauty, autonomy, experiences, and the representation her character embodies for Black women. And that ignorance reemphasized Viola Davis and many black women’s reality and actual struggle with feeling other-ed, being seen as one dimensional, and being seen as the bottom of the hierarchy of beauty standards. I hate that Viola was so empowered by getting this role and then hateful ignorant people exploited this moment on the show to belittle her with anti-Black jokes and referencing trope movie roles she specifically wanted to move away from (referencing: The Help, The Color Purple). Viola is a goddess and this moment on How to Get Away with Murder was revolutionary.