Test Number Two. Stay tuned. Next week she uses the sword.
For those of you who missed it: Test Number One.
i like breaking down outfits like i like nutella
YEP WELL OK THATS ENOUGH OF THAT
pla, digital image, 2013
do most american world maps seriously have america in the centre?
WE DO HAHAHAHA
Are you fucking kidding me.
In Chinese maps, Asia is in the center. Which nation is centralized depends on the map’s origins.
In Canada, our maps are cut through the Pacific, so we don’t offend anyone.
sometimes i feel like canadian stereotypes go too far and then this happens
On the World Map in my classroom in Japan, one of the few marked/named cities in the US is Corpus Christi, which some people would consider almost as much of an insult.
Also, Japan is colored different to everyone else despite being tiny haha.
Happy Birthday, J.C. Leyendecker (March 23, 1874 - July 25, 1951)
“No Golden Age artist made more of an impact than J.C. Leyendecker. With his instantly recognizable style, and his proclivity for self-promotion, he influenced the art of illustration immeasurably. He became a mentor to an entire generation of younger artists - most notably Norman Rockwell, who modeled his own career and technique on Leyendecker’s. His powerful, iconic images, the blockbusters of those halcyon days, depicted a lifestyle that resonated with millions of viewers and came to symbolize American culture. He transformed society with the turn of a single page in a magazine.”
(J.C. Leyendecker: American Imagist by Laurence S. Cutler & Judy Goffman Cutler)