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fabadon:

a scientific analysis of the molly hooper kiss

The first review on amazon for Nate Fick’s One Bullet Away
The first review on amazon for Nate Fick’s One Bullet Away

shaddicted:

nowisthewinter:

The twitter tennis match between The Elementary Writers and The Sleepy Hollow writers is the best. 

Behold the gloriousness of my Twitter OTP - @ELEMENTARYStaff/@sleepywriters.

I just supported Phonebloks on @ThunderclapIt // @davehakkens

artpedia:

Tim Hetherington -  From the series 'Sleeping Soldiers', 2008. Digital C-prints 

Hetherington spent 15 months in Afghanistan between 2007-2008 following the members of a 15-strong platoon of US paratroopers at one of the most remote and dangerous outposts in the war zone. He went on to make the award winning film Restrepo (2010) with the footage that he shot during his year-long engagement with the spaces of war. In repose, the US soldiers seem angelic, contemplative, or vulnerable: in the photographs posted here I see Adonis (Alcantara), foetal (Kelso), corpse (Lizama) and death mask (Richardson). As Michael Fried comments on the 1930s Walker Evans subway photographs were he took pictures of commuters with a hidden camera, “the notion that persons who are unaware of being photographed who at the limit are unaware of being beheld manifest the inner truth of their meaning on their faces.” This way of capturing an inner truth is rare in the history of art. Although there are plenty of individual paintings that depictsleeping men in art I could find no body of work that depicts men sleeping in painting or photography.

adambellefeuil:

Tim Hetherington
http://www.timhetherington.com/
funwithblog:

Tim Hetherington, Lizama, Korengal Valley, Kunar Province, Afghanistan, 2008 

funwithblog:

Tim Hetherington, Lizama, Korengal Valley, Kunar Province, Afghanistan, 2008 

saucefactory:

Because I know you. You’re my partner. You’re my friend.

ONE OF MY VERY FIRST SHIPS AAAAAHHHHHH