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malformalady:

Sperm whale vertebra lying on a beach

malformalady:

Sperm whale vertebra lying on a beach

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linaliee:

Kobayashi Eitaku 

Body of a Courtesan in 9 stages of Decomposition, c. 1870.

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Camberwell Beauty by Danny Flynn.

Camberwell Beauty by Danny Flynn.

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cchhiiaakkii:

女の子の腹の中なんてこんなもん

cchhiiaakkii:

女の子の腹の中なんてこんなもん

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I want to express the failure of erotic desire to be realized in contemporary urban space. I would like to make my films about disappearing, like The Skywalk is Gone [2002] and Goodbye Dragon Inn. The whole theatre is disappearing in that film! This subject is important to me because society changes so fast and everything disappears so fast - historical sites, culture. One day I walked to the area where Lee Kang-Sheng was selling watches [in What Time is it There?], and I realized that ‘the skywalk is gone.’ It happens in Asia like that, things just disappear. People in their forties have no way of finding traces of their childhood. Modern people are afraid of disappearance. Living in Taipei, for example, we constantly have to deal with compelling visual change. We ask the question: what do you love the most? Who do you love the most? You will lose them - it will happen in modern society. My films ask the question: how we can face the disappearance? The loss?
-Tsai Ming-liang
[Yale]

I want to express the failure of erotic desire to be realized in contemporary urban space. I would like to make my films about disappearing, like The Skywalk is Gone [2002] and Goodbye Dragon Inn. The whole theatre is disappearing in that film! This subject is important to me because society changes so fast and everything disappears so fast - historical sites, culture. One day I walked to the area where Lee Kang-Sheng was selling watches [in What Time is it There?], and I realized that ‘the skywalk is gone.’ It happens in Asia like that, things just disappear. People in their forties have no way of finding traces of their childhood. Modern people are afraid of disappearance. Living in Taipei, for example, we constantly have to deal with compelling visual change. We ask the question: what do you love the most? Who do you love the most? You will lose them - it will happen in modern society. My films ask the question: how we can face the disappearance? The loss?

-Tsai Ming-liang

[Yale]

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Whenever I log on to tumblr I just get angry at how much otaku/anime imagery I see with little actual interest in it to back it up. I’ve been watching anime all my life and now I feel like of cliche posting anything anime or manga related because its so trendy but most of these people don’t even hold genuine interest in it beyond “omg cute kawaii girl w/ green hair showing her panties” like that’s all there is to otaku culture.

bassman5911:

Momsen Lips by Baxley

bassman5911:

Momsen Lips by Baxley

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