Life hack:  try decomposing into dust and loam as early as possible. Beat your peers in fertilizing the trees and grasses that too are doomed to die.

Life hack:  folding your hands together makes a convenient and portable curtain behind which you can cry unseen.

caseyngarner:

This shitty diner is home

by: Casey Garner

I’m used to seeing photos of the Grand Haven pier reblogged across Tumblr, but seeing the Rendezvous, the shitty 24-hour greasy spoon that’s been a depressingly reliable part of my creative upbringing, is a borderline surreal experience. I’ve drank gallons of burnt coffee from barely washed Formica cups and sketched plot outlines on the backs of several dozen paper placemats. The Vous is a terrible place and I love it very much.

(via papyrus-codice)

isaachelsen:

Blake Holland's film Rust and my accompanying score are now available online. 
Watch the film here and check out my score here.
Rust premiered at the Nashville Film Festival in April of 2014. The film and my score received awards at a separate, smaller festival in December of 2013.
The film is roughly nineteen minutes long and I wrote eighteen minutes of music for it, although only about eight or nine minutes made it into the film. I decided to release all of the music I wrote for the film as it wasn’t going to go toward any other project and I was very happy with all of it. 
So check out my score to hear the music from the film and about ten minutes of extra music not heard in the film.

Watch. Listen.

isaachelsen:

Blake Holland's film Rust and my accompanying score are now available online. 

Watch the film here and check out my score here.

Rust premiered at the Nashville Film Festival in April of 2014. The film and my score received awards at a separate, smaller festival in December of 2013.

The film is roughly nineteen minutes long and I wrote eighteen minutes of music for it, although only about eight or nine minutes made it into the film. I decided to release all of the music I wrote for the film as it wasn’t going to go toward any other project and I was very happy with all of it. 

So check out my score to hear the music from the film and about ten minutes of extra music not heard in the film.

Watch. Listen.

If nothing else, I’ve confirmed I’m still the shit human being I’ve always been.

cerebralcereal:

ronyoblind:

denoro:

Глупо, конечно, это сюда выставлять, когда это тут каждый второй видел *facepalm* I know, it’s stupid to post this here, because almost everyone has seen this already…

The original, sourced animation thats been going around unsourced.

dyinginback
// it seemed fitting?

Ooh, very much so. Your timing is actually perfect. A character in my manuscript is about to do something incredibly similar to this, in a very literal fashion. Picture birds instead, though.

cerebralcereal:

ronyoblind:

denoro:

Глупо, конечно, это сюда выставлять, когда это тут каждый второй видел *facepalm*
I know, it’s stupid to post this here, because almost everyone has seen this already…

The original, sourced animation thats been going around unsourced.

dyinginback
// it seemed fitting?

Ooh, very much so. Your timing is actually perfect. A character in my manuscript is about to do something incredibly similar to this, in a very literal fashion. Picture birds instead, though.

likeafieldmouse:

Nadav Kander - More from the series Yangtze, the Long River

There’s something primal and monolithic about these, as if the structures rising out of the mists have been here for eons, the cradle under which humanity formed and grew and spread like a fungus.

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