David de la Mano is known for painting flat monochromatic silhouettes inside and outside, often collaborating with fellow artist, Pablo S. Herrero. The Spanish artist has spread his work to the streets of several countries and has similar esthetics to that of Muralist, Sam3. (src. Juxtapoz)
© All images courtesy the artist
The price you pay for bringing up either my Chinese or American heritage as a negative is… I collect your fucking head.
I used to have this whole speech memorized.
"…but I knew I wasn’t competing against him, but against myself — against my own clumsy humanity that had lost synchronization with the earth.”
Blankets, Craig Thompson
Try to let what is unfair teach you.
What is unfair can be a stern but invaluable teacher. Please learn to fall asleep wired with caffeine jitters. Expect some rough dreams. They come with the territory. Try to accept them. Let them teach you.
Be a Student of the Game. Like most clichés of sport, this is profound. You can be shaped, or you can be broken. There is not much in between. Try to learn. Be coachable. Try to learn form everybody, especially those who fail.
This is hard.
Well, I have for you gorgeous illustrations to Pushkin’s poem “Eugene Onegin”.
Authors, Anna and Elena Balbusso, are our contemporaries.
Happy Bloomsday everyone!
Maybe my favorite quote from Joyce’s writings.
“His poems are like letters to a friend, and when I read them, I am that friend.”
William Faulkner, The Sound and the Fury
Unknown Pleasures came out 35 years ago today.
Seeing awesome things in manuscript gives me chills. This is so cool.
Reblogging for Amanda.