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"I just wanted to be a writer…I didn’t care, I just wanted to write. I didn’t care what I did as long as I wrote. Whether I was writing comics, films, books, journals, I didn’t care. Then someone just said to me, ‘you know there’s this thing called advertising where you get to write things and people spend a fortune making your things come alive and you don’t have to wait years for things to get published’."

5 Minutes with… David Droga | LBBOnline

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fluoric:

Walk 19 (by halfrain)

fluoric:

Walk 19 (by halfrain)

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kagurazakaundergroundresistance:

gkojax:

misshoney:

astrangerscandy:

fishtits:

Britt Ekland and Peter Sellers
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(元記事: tsujimoji (japanesesuburbiaから))

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Tauba Auerbach
(via the absolute COLOUR blog…)

Tauba Auerbach

(via the absolute COLOUR blog…)

(元記事: colinquinn (sisifoから))

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megazal:

Look at Myself / わたしをみる (via Kahori YAGI_Kahoring)
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looopism:

Drowning simulator

looopism:

Drowning simulator

(comics-tillyoubleedから)

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narumoi:

マーセリンかわいい

narumoi:

マーセリンかわいい

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(元記事: forthewildandfree (sisifoから))

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"Lazy thinking needs to be overlaid with technique to disguise the lack of thinking. The fashionable excuse is “All products are exactly like all other products, so the only difference is brand”. This is another way of saying “We don’t want to find anything out so just make something up”. Which is why all the advertising we see around is interchangeable. Great ads aren’t always the result of making up answers. Great ads are often the result of finding out answers."

WHY GOOD PEOPLE ARE DIFFICULT | Dave Trott’s Blog