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NOW I CAN GET THE CHEAPEST FLIGHT THANK YOU BC 4TH OF JULY’S COMING UP TYTYTY

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nowyoukno:

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NOW I CAN GET THE CHEAPEST FLIGHT THANK YOU BC 4TH OF JULY’S COMING UP TYTYTY

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comicsworkbook:

Andrew White
“Silence 17”
Made for Comics Workbook

comicsworkbook:

Andrew White

“Silence 17”

Made for Comics Workbook

“Foreign lands never yield their secrets to a traveller. The best they offer are tantalising snippets, just enough to inflame the imagination. The secrets they do reveal are your own - the ones you have kept from yourself. And this is reason enough to travel, to leave home.”

- Graeme Sparkes  (via awelltraveledwoman)

(Source: thequotesymposium, via fuckyeahexistentialism)

“You gotta remember, and I’m sure you do, the forces that are arrayed against anyone trying to alter this sort of hammerlock on the human imagination. There are trillions of dollars out there demotivating people from imagining that a better tomorrow is possible. Utopian impulses and utopian horizons have been completely disfigured and everybody now is fluent in dystopia, you know. My young people’s vocabulary… their fluency is in dystopic futures. When young people think about the future, they don’t think about a better tomorrow, they think about horrors and end of the worlds and things or worse. Well, do you really think the lack of utopic imagination doesn’t play into demotivating people from imagining a transformation in the society?”

Junot Díaz, Art, Race and Capitalism (via junotdiaz)

(via cafiffle)

steinerfrommars:

mattfractionblog:

Out of the roughly 1071 pages of comics that make up Miyazaki’s NAUSICAÄ OF THE VALLEY OF THE WIND, there is, exactly, one panel without a border (called, sometimes, “full bleed” although in a black and white book like this, I’m not sure the same would apply, and…

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nekoama:

I was going to make an informative comic but instead I made it silly.

nekoama:

I was going to make an informative comic but instead I made it silly.

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