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The Muppets Take Manhattan Book
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buromarks · 7 hours ago
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https://www.instagram.com/p/CR50CcMCtoq/?utm_medium=copy_link
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the---hermit · 5 hours ago
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29|07|2021
Just a few more recorded classes to go for my archeology course. My notes are pretty messy so when I will be done I'll have to highlight and use a few sticky notes to make everything a bit more clear
Summer studying challenge // 29th July - What colour do you associate with summer?
I'm super banal and I'm going to say yellow. I should mention that the answer could be more complicsted cause I like different colours to each month. So in my head June is green, July is yellow and August is burned orange. I have no idea what you will do with this information but now you have it.
🎵: Wilder Mind by Mumford & Sons
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demonswardrobe · 3 hours ago
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“Love isn’t soft, like those poets say. Love has teeth which bite and the wounds never close.” -Stephen King
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germanpostwarmodern · 8 hours ago
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As a transitory decade the 1970s in retrospect were quite important in architecture: first steps towards ecological building were taken, urban theory increasingly sought to increase contextualisation, postmodernism slowly emerged and also critical regionalisms appeared on the scene. In their issue 598 A+U took a critical look back at the 1970s, its theoretical discourse and key buildings of the decade. Organized along four chapters addressing the crises of meaning and urban theory, the first stirrings of the ecology movement and an excursion into vernacular modernism the magazine juxtaposes buildings and reprints of several essays by Reyner Bahnham, Leon Krier or Alvaro Siza. Through key works like Peter Eisenman’s House VI, Aldo Rossi’s Gallaratese Housing, Frei Otto and Günter Behnisch’s Olympiastadion or Utzon’s Can Lis the reader not only gets to know epoch making structures but also built reactions to the crises and developments within 1970s architecture. Contextualized by the previously mentioned essays the magazine provides a concise and rich account of the important milestones in 1970s architecture and how architects departed from the dogmatic modernism that still infused the previous postwar decades. A great read about a paradigmatic decade!
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stimnasium · 22 hours ago
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King from The Owl House stimboard with skulls, magic, jewelry, and stuffed animals for @toofyunicorn !!
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dragonbadgerbooks · 22 hours ago
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I read; I travel; I become.
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im-someone-i-guess · 17 hours ago
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sorscha be like:
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@jurdan-my-beloved
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alex-claremont-diaz · 18 hours ago
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Nora: They call me coffee because I grind so fine ;)
Alex: oh my god
Pez: They call me coffee because I keep you past 2am
Alex: please stop
Henry: They call me coffee-
Alex: don't.
Henry: -because I'm dark and bitter and most people don't like me without changing some aspect of who I am.
Alex: ... are you ok, baby?
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meme-formats · 3 hours ago
Do you have the one that's like a very thick book and a very thin book, and they're respectively titled something like "canon series"/"series if character x had a gun"?
Hi! Thanks for the suggestion. I found the meme format you’re referring to, you’ll have to add the fandom things onto it tho cause it’s completely blank :)
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Hope you’re having a great day!🥰
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ghibault · 2 hours ago
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Full cover reveal for ‘Monster Hunting for Beginners’ by Ian Mark 🗡
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draculasdaughter · 22 hours ago
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Kittler explains that a certain typewriter from 1886 pierced paper with needle pins in the same way the vampire inscribed bodies. The fact also that the typewriter made everything visible, apart from the inscription of the sign, is also consistent with Stoker’s vampire and Nietzsche’s mnemotechnics where the victims cannot see or read what the mutilations do to their bodies. Like the typewriter, Dracula’s act of inscription is invisible and passes undetected. Humans then are no longer the agents of writing but become a surface to be inscribed by new technologies, like the typewriter, which changes them, shaping their thoughts and writing.
— Aspasia Stephanou, Inhuman Materiality in Gothic Media, 2019.
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