narrative junkie

caseyboots:

Here are my favorite pages of To Be Seen, a project I recently completed.

You can read the whole thing here. You can buy it here.

I hope you like it, I hope you share it.

(via mongooseland)

shihlun:

Japanese poster of Hou Hsiao-Hsien's film Daughter of the Nile (1987)

shihlun:

Japanese poster of Hou Hsiao-Hsien's film Daughter of the Nile (1987)

theparisreview:

Mr. Berg Waves to the Sky
He raised his hand above his head.His hair was a surface of gray,his hand a semaphore.No one to answer, to call.His hand raised, and he wasn’t sure.The symmetry of his body broken,one arm up, one arm down.His name was still Berg.His hand had spoken,nevertheless, above him.
—Lavina Blossom. Art: Unknown, Sunset Sky.

theparisreview:

Mr. Berg Waves to the Sky

He raised his hand above his head.
His hair was a surface of gray,
his hand a semaphore.
No one to answer, to call.
His hand raised, and he wasn’t sure.
The symmetry of his body broken,
one arm up, one arm down.
His name was still Berg.
His hand had spoken,
nevertheless, above him.

Lavina Blossom. Art: Unknown, Sunset Sky.

Outside, a sea of big black cameras and upraised iPhones are aimed at the door that she’s about to walk through. After a glance through the windows she wraps her arms around me in a very deliberate hug goodbye. Then she looks me in the eye and says, in a low voice: “Are you ready for a photoshoot? Take my hand.”

—More and more, Taylor Swift profiles are starting to sound like the beginnings of lesbian heist movies. (via nyogu)

(Source: elesheva, via robotnoise)