Ngebaca link yang dikasih Rae soal cara ngebesarin anak-anak Asian yang langganan jadi pionir di post-post 9gag, gue jawdropped. Lawas sih, dulu udah pernah baca, tapi gue reread, dan tetep aja amazed. Iya, sepupu gue juga banyak yang Pecinan, tapi enggak sebegitunya, lah. Hal-hal yang tertulis di sana terkesan sangat nggak manusiawi buat gue yang biasa dimanja mageritas. Dan gue teringat manga-manga shonen yang menggambarkan jagoan bermasalalukelam… gak pernah main… atau tersenyum… Sasuke Uchiha-liek, lah. Kelu. Kelu sekali.
One Direction - Brit Awards Nomination!
I’ve made a Layout Primer to accompany the grid and typography primers. Please read this, even if you’re doing just fine with your type: many of you were having issues leveraging the potential of the spread. I think this should help.
Most important stuff: look for ways of contrasting elements
A fantastic photo by a Russian photographer. The blonde hair against the fall leaves, the hint of the plaid skirt, stockings, and boots, all of it framing her sky blue eyes. Wonderful
New Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows poster
1. The Buffalo Bills
The Buzz: First of all, I was a little confused, because I thought “Buffalo Bill” was this guy.
Naturally, I was going to forgo the NFL analysis and urge my four-or-so readers to help get that girl out of his underground pit. Then I remembered the…
The Walther Collection @ its New York Project Space
August Saunder and Seydou Keita: Portraiture and Social Identity unites two modern photography masters, whose images vividly capture the rapid social transformations of the 20th century through the faces of everyday people. Encompassing select works from August Sauders’ Portfolio Antlitz der Zeit (Face of Our Time) from the 1910s and 1920s, and from Seydou Keita’s portraiture of residents in Mali’s capitol city, Bamako in the late 1940s and mid-1950s, the exhibition considers how two photographers documented shifter identities in Germany and Mali.
On view September 23, 2011 through January 7, 2012