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thedsgnblog:

Renan Vizzotto   |   http://behance.net/arturenan

“Visual Identity Venti Design.”

Art Director based in Florianopolis, Brazil. Focused on graphic design, branding and packaging.

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perciwhale:

sket-o:

i love his death scenes so much
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i needed this as air THANK YOU

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cattylala:

kittenhugs:

supascooperandmightymansh:

the-pretty-visitor:

theimprisoned:

I just freaked out a tad bit. LEGO Howl’s Moving Castle by imaginebrickzone [brickshelf]

waoh

I have been waiting so goddamned long for somebody to do this.

YESSSSS

ghibli? in my legos? count me in

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fuckyeahlokispenis:

I Actually Have This Real Pretty Mod

That Gives The Night Sky More Stars, And Nebula’s, Ect.

I Love It.

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tripudios:

= Swiss Ice Sheet: Milky Way = (by dmkdmkdmk)

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harharhar:

bbook:

Rule 1. (to kill expectation)

Go into the film without having read or watched anything. Trailers are acceptable, as they are sometimes created by film directors themselves, though even that sometimes is questionable.

Rule 2. (to kill projection)

Assess what the film is trying to say or achieve within the realm of what kind of movie it is trying to be. Do not project your own expectations. Let the film dictate the level of expectation, be that tonally, narratively or conceptually. 

Then, assess how well you think the film reaches whatever goals it set out to achieve.

Rule 3. (to kill hype)

Don’t talk about the film with anyone who has not seen it, except if you’re encouraging them to go see it. Only discuss the film with those that have seen it, and discuss it hard. That’s what it’s there for.

The Rules, etc.

Great read.

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