Alfabeto delle pianure, Enrico Bedolo.

The project Alfabeto delle Pianure (The Alphabet of the Plains) highlights objects found in the flat, highly fertile territory of the Po river countryside, following a very precise method. The isolation of the object, the framing and the light always constant, the uniformity of the landscape make these objects (religious buildings, sewers, cisterns, abandoned houses, ruins of inhabitations) metaphysically lyrical, deny them any anecdotal possibility (no figure in sight, and almost always uninhabitable pieces of architecture) and turn them almost into mere signs of themselves.

Kiki’s Delivery Service (gif by StudioGhifli)


I scanned some R. A. Lafferty paperbacks for Writers No One Reads. The cover art for Nine Hundred Grandmothers is by Leo & Diane Dillon.

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~   Coco Fusco on her Amerindians piece from 1992 with Guillermo Gómez-Peña (via tofunkey)

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Nicole Coson.


I feel like so much of my identity is wrapped up in youth and it’s hard for me to move forward when I live in a society that enables these behaviors and ideas because of my size and gender

Lots of thoughts
more on this later

I admire Indigo very much. My birthday is in two days. I don’t feel well.



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Keith Henderson’s illustrations for E. R. Eddison’s The Worm Ouroboros


The Library of Congress has made a ton of images available of women working during WWII — actual real-life riveting Rosies. You can see a bunch more at Stuff Mom Never Told You.

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This comic of mine just went up on the Vice website.

Little Nowhere by James Harvey

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Opaque  by  andbamnan