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Cosas que me gustan, sobre todo si tienen que ver con libros, imágenes y referencias.

moarrrmagazine:

Creative book painting by Ekaterina Panikanova.

(via ebookporn)

cinismoilustrado:

Sé tú mismo / Be yourself

Lo que piensan los demás.

cinismoilustrado:

Sé tú mismo / Be yourself

Lo que piensan los demás.

We all love you, Sir Ian <3

(Source: poisonouschicken, via themarysue)

We asked women at NYCC what the creepiest thing anyone has ever said to them while they were in cosplay.

Las cosas que algunos les dicen a las mujeres, nada más porque les sale de las pelotas. Groar.

Vía: buzzfeed

Here are all 57 sick, sad books mentioned by the titular character on Daria

strandbooks:

How many of the 57 have you read?

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Androids Attend Damon Albarn Show In Japan | The Creators Project

¿En qué momento decidimos crear androides? ¿Por qué es buena (o mala) idea fabricar robots antropomórficos? ¿Qué haremos con ellos? ¿Serían iguales los robots en 2014 si no hubiera detrás tanta imaginería de cine y literatura de ciencia ficción?

Todas estas preguntas me vienen a la cabeza, de manera superficial, cuando veo estas fotos. Qué loco que el futuro nos alcance de estas maneras.

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nevver:

Narrative collapse, Tanja Deman

(Source: tanja-deman.com)

magictransistor:

Allen Gustav Anderson, The Incubi Of Parallel X (Planet Stories), September 1951.

And de Spiders of Mars. Eso o las aventuras de John Carter :)

(Source: pulpcovers.com, via mostlysignssomeportents)

moma:

Friday: See The Swimmer, a Georgian film about three generations of long-distance athletes. 
[(Motsurave) The Swimmer. 1981. USSR. Directed by Irakli Kvirikadze. Courtesy of UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive]

moma:

Friday: See The Swimmer, a Georgian film about three generations of long-distance athletes. 

[(Motsurave) The Swimmer. 1981. USSR. Directed by Irakli Kvirikadze. Courtesy of UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive]

jedavu:

THE SILENCE OF DOGS IN CARS

Photographer Martin Usborne’s recent work stems from a strong childhood memory of being left alone in a vehicle. This was not an act of neglect, it was likely just a quick trip to the supermarket. He remembers wondering if his parents would ever return to him, feeling powerless and without a voice. The fear was strong enough that, years later, it was the basis for his series The Silence of Dogs in Cars.

explore-blog:

This unusual, minimalist, maximally imaginative picture-book by French artist Anne Bertier offers a brilliant geometric allegory for the essence of friendship and the nature of the creative mind. 

explore-blog:

This unusual, minimalist, maximally imaginative picture-book by French artist Anne Bertier offers a brilliant geometric allegory for the essence of friendship and the nature of the creative mind. 

nevver:

Space Teriyaki

Ajo volador.

(Source: 50watts.com)