Girls of Studio Ghibli/Hayao Miyazaki
Makes it all the more frustrating when people like Pixar producer John Lassiter credits Miyazaki with inspiring Pixar … except for the whole “girl protagonist” thing - took them 16 years before Pixar decided a girl could be the hero, and they certainly didn’t put any effort into trying to differentiate two women in one film…
Poster by Paul Berthon designed for the Salon des Arts Libéraux, ca. 1900.
Description: A striking design of two women by a lithographic printing press. Like all Berthon’s posters, it was designed as a decorative lithograph in which the text played no real part, but was confined to reserves outside the subject.
john cage’s 4’33” is fucking silence
someone put a copyright on the absence of sound
and then disabled the audio of a video
of the absence of sound
what a time to be alive