I’m selling all my ASOIAF pieces as prints at the Ltd Art Gallery “WINTER IS COMING” show! They are all available online as easily frameable 8x10 giclee prints on watercolor paper for $20 each, should you like to buy one. They’re each limited to only 25 prints, too!
In the past I haven’t offered all of these for sale as prints because the original files were kinda small, but I went back in and reformatted, tweaked colors, and cleaned everything up.
After the show is over I will likely offer these as 12x15 or 12x18 prints in my inprnt store, but if you want an 8x10 THEN NOW IS THE TIME!
I know you liked them when I reblogged them before
I know you want them
don’t lie to me
Pumzi - dir. Wanuri Kahiu // Kenya
In a dystopian future 35 years after an ecological WWIII has torn the world apart, East African survivors of the devastation remain locked away in contained communities, but a young woman in possession of a germinating seed struggles against the governing council to bring the plant to Earth’s ruined surface.
This looks visually stunning.
"That may be because I still don’t like saying “nigga” in front of white people. I know some people who do, almost as a way of reminding white people that there is still something in this world a black person can do that whites can’t. And, to a significant degree, I understand that feeling — it stems from the need to claim ownership of something in a world where there is little left for black culture to own. That’s not my relationship with the word, and that doesn’t make me any better or worse, more intelligent or respectful than people who take that position. Our histories with the word, and perhaps with white people, may be different."
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It was real cool to see someone else say this. We all code-switch based on who we’re talking to and when. You don’t talk to your parents the way you do your friends, and you do it without thinking about it. I don’t say nigga around white people because I don’t want them to say it around me, but if I’m in LA with the crew or alone or whatever, other rules apply.
The funny part is that I still have to hear it, and a whole bunch of other racially suspect stuff, because white people at parties in the Bay Area don’t know how to act OR tell jokes.
Regardless, good read by Rembert, well worth digesting.
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I got a text from a number i didn’t recognise today and i sent them the ENTIRETY of the lotr: fellowship of the ring script
that isn’t even 1/20th of it IM LAUGHIN SO HARD
did this break their phone oh my god