Candy Damage
Candy Damage
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maruti-bitamin:

A ghost who likes to hold things.
8 page 4x5 mini zine. 
maruti-bitamin:

A ghost who likes to hold things.
8 page 4x5 mini zine. 
maruti-bitamin:

A ghost who likes to hold things.
8 page 4x5 mini zine. 
maruti-bitamin:

A ghost who likes to hold things.
8 page 4x5 mini zine. 
maruti-bitamin:

A ghost who likes to hold things.
8 page 4x5 mini zine. 
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filmlisties:

Blue Velvet (dir. David Lynch, 1986)
filmlisties:

Blue Velvet (dir. David Lynch, 1986)
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patchpatch93:

worldwidetag:

currentss-c0nvulssive:

devildoll:
are you fucking kidding me


Her kindergarten teacher must be so proud.
patchpatch93:

worldwidetag:

currentss-c0nvulssive:

devildoll:
are you fucking kidding me


Her kindergarten teacher must be so proud.
patchpatch93:

worldwidetag:

currentss-c0nvulssive:

devildoll:
are you fucking kidding me


Her kindergarten teacher must be so proud.
patchpatch93:

worldwidetag:

currentss-c0nvulssive:

devildoll:
are you fucking kidding me


Her kindergarten teacher must be so proud.
patchpatch93:

worldwidetag:

currentss-c0nvulssive:

devildoll:
are you fucking kidding me


Her kindergarten teacher must be so proud.
patchpatch93:

worldwidetag:

currentss-c0nvulssive:

devildoll:
are you fucking kidding me


Her kindergarten teacher must be so proud.
patchpatch93:

worldwidetag:

currentss-c0nvulssive:

devildoll:
are you fucking kidding me


Her kindergarten teacher must be so proud.
patchpatch93:

worldwidetag:

currentss-c0nvulssive:

devildoll:
are you fucking kidding me


Her kindergarten teacher must be so proud.
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bearhair:

Lawrence Weiner, Apples & Eggs/Salt & Pepper, CCA Kitakyushu, Japan, 1999.
http://blogs.walkerart.org/design/2008/07/15/rosemary-furtak-artist-books/
bearhair:

Lawrence Weiner, Apples & Eggs/Salt & Pepper, CCA Kitakyushu, Japan, 1999.
http://blogs.walkerart.org/design/2008/07/15/rosemary-furtak-artist-books/
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it8bit:

Transmetropolitan
Created by Karina Dehtyar || Tumblr
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obs-house:

Is there a better introduction to Nobuhiko Obayashi than screenshots from his most extravagant films?From top to bottom: Hausu (House, 1977), Kindaichi Kôsuke no Boken (The Adventures of Kindaichi Kosuke, 1979), Nerawareta Gakuen (School in the Crosshairs, 1981), Toki o Kakeru Shôjo (The Girl Who Cut Time, 1983) and Futari (Us Two, 1991)
obs-house:

Is there a better introduction to Nobuhiko Obayashi than screenshots from his most extravagant films?From top to bottom: Hausu (House, 1977), Kindaichi Kôsuke no Boken (The Adventures of Kindaichi Kosuke, 1979), Nerawareta Gakuen (School in the Crosshairs, 1981), Toki o Kakeru Shôjo (The Girl Who Cut Time, 1983) and Futari (Us Two, 1991)
obs-house:

Is there a better introduction to Nobuhiko Obayashi than screenshots from his most extravagant films?From top to bottom: Hausu (House, 1977), Kindaichi Kôsuke no Boken (The Adventures of Kindaichi Kosuke, 1979), Nerawareta Gakuen (School in the Crosshairs, 1981), Toki o Kakeru Shôjo (The Girl Who Cut Time, 1983) and Futari (Us Two, 1991)
obs-house:

Is there a better introduction to Nobuhiko Obayashi than screenshots from his most extravagant films?From top to bottom: Hausu (House, 1977), Kindaichi Kôsuke no Boken (The Adventures of Kindaichi Kosuke, 1979), Nerawareta Gakuen (School in the Crosshairs, 1981), Toki o Kakeru Shôjo (The Girl Who Cut Time, 1983) and Futari (Us Two, 1991)
obs-house:

Is there a better introduction to Nobuhiko Obayashi than screenshots from his most extravagant films?From top to bottom: Hausu (House, 1977), Kindaichi Kôsuke no Boken (The Adventures of Kindaichi Kosuke, 1979), Nerawareta Gakuen (School in the Crosshairs, 1981), Toki o Kakeru Shôjo (The Girl Who Cut Time, 1983) and Futari (Us Two, 1991)
obs-house:

Is there a better introduction to Nobuhiko Obayashi than screenshots from his most extravagant films?From top to bottom: Hausu (House, 1977), Kindaichi Kôsuke no Boken (The Adventures of Kindaichi Kosuke, 1979), Nerawareta Gakuen (School in the Crosshairs, 1981), Toki o Kakeru Shôjo (The Girl Who Cut Time, 1983) and Futari (Us Two, 1991)
obs-house:

Is there a better introduction to Nobuhiko Obayashi than screenshots from his most extravagant films?From top to bottom: Hausu (House, 1977), Kindaichi Kôsuke no Boken (The Adventures of Kindaichi Kosuke, 1979), Nerawareta Gakuen (School in the Crosshairs, 1981), Toki o Kakeru Shôjo (The Girl Who Cut Time, 1983) and Futari (Us Two, 1991)
obs-house:

Is there a better introduction to Nobuhiko Obayashi than screenshots from his most extravagant films?From top to bottom: Hausu (House, 1977), Kindaichi Kôsuke no Boken (The Adventures of Kindaichi Kosuke, 1979), Nerawareta Gakuen (School in the Crosshairs, 1981), Toki o Kakeru Shôjo (The Girl Who Cut Time, 1983) and Futari (Us Two, 1991)
obs-house:

Is there a better introduction to Nobuhiko Obayashi than screenshots from his most extravagant films?From top to bottom: Hausu (House, 1977), Kindaichi Kôsuke no Boken (The Adventures of Kindaichi Kosuke, 1979), Nerawareta Gakuen (School in the Crosshairs, 1981), Toki o Kakeru Shôjo (The Girl Who Cut Time, 1983) and Futari (Us Two, 1991)
obs-house:

Is there a better introduction to Nobuhiko Obayashi than screenshots from his most extravagant films?From top to bottom: Hausu (House, 1977), Kindaichi Kôsuke no Boken (The Adventures of Kindaichi Kosuke, 1979), Nerawareta Gakuen (School in the Crosshairs, 1981), Toki o Kakeru Shôjo (The Girl Who Cut Time, 1983) and Futari (Us Two, 1991)