glow-in-the-dark totoro print for the bottleneck gallery when the lights go out show!
show opens april 12 (7-10pm) and will run until may 1 in williamsburg, brooklyn. come see it in person!
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I made a powerpoint about the sherlock fandom, for my friend. Thought I’d share with the class.
There’s two more dia’s, but I can’t add them…
“Drug addict or Sherlock fan” Oh my god that was great
Link to quote source (x)
“Slash is what happens when you take away the glass.”
i know, i’ve been horribleeeee, disappearing for months and shit. um um um, so i know bifrost has been ridiculously behind but i’m kind of stuckanddontknowheretogo, thus the curse of porn. also, i am ridiculously into sherlock and not-very-quietly anticipating star trek: into darkness at this time. SO EXPECT THOSE THINGS HERE MAYBE (but we all know my promises mean nothing).
also, i am planning a giveaway. i have a couple of loki and magneto prints that i’d like to give away. let me know if you guys are into thaaaaat, by liking, reblogging, or i don’t know, hit me over the head. whatever works for you.
here they are. details to come later when i work that shit out:
Misao and Fukumaru. “We will never be apart.”
12 years ago, Japanese photographer, Miyoko Ihara (伊原 美代子) started to take photographs of her grandmother, Misao. Born in 1981 in Chiba (Japan), Miyoko Ihara has studied under Kenji Higuchi (樋口健二), after graduating from the Press Photography Course at the Nippon Photography Institute in 2002. Miyoko is also a member of The Photographic Society of Japan.”
“Under the sun, everyday is a good day. Another good day, Fukumaru”, Misao. Eight years ago, Misao found a odd-eyed kitten in the shed. She named the cat “Fukumaru” in hope that “God of fuku” (good fortune) comes and everything will be smoothed like a “maru” (circle)”.
“We’ll never be apart!”, says Misao to Fukumaru. Both of them live in a tiny world, with dignity, with mutual love. Still today, under the blue sky, Misao and Fukumaro work in the fields and in these natural surroundings, where they shine like the stars.”
the most beautiful kind of love story