if a charmander running in circles chasing its tail doesnt fit your blog then you are running the wrong kind of blog
I want these works by Takato Yamamoto to be made into a three quarter sleeve SO. BAD. One day when I have money and job security…or at least that’s what I’ve been telling myself for a long time.
Pics by Takato Yamamoto
Absolutely nothing can be compared with a japanese illustrator.
I really wish I could find out if Takato Yamamoto ever published this illustration in one of his art books, or if it was only hosted at an art exhibition for cinema at Garden…there’s almost no information about it online and this is the largest image of it I’ve ever seen.
sraeli artist Eyal Gever explores catastrophic events through his art. In his pieces known simply as Nuclear Bomb and Large Scale Smoke, he fabricates the fiery mushroom cloud that forms from an atomic explosion and the suffocating carbon and debris that billows from a volcanic eruption, respectively. Gever explains his fascination with disaster by saying, “My work captures and freezes catastrophic situations as cathartic experiences.”
"There’s a lot of pressure being the child of immigrants."
“My mother is Thai, my father is from Chile. They met while working at a restaurant. There’s a knowledge among first generation immigrants— that they aren’t going to be the ones to achieve the American Dream. They have to work hard and struggle so that their children will have a shot at it. So they educate their children and pass the Dream along to them. And now I have an obligation to make more fucking money than them, to live the American Dream, to validate all the risks they took and everything they went through. And that’s a heavy burden.”