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What shoes go with what: The shoe matrix
And what better way to eat your Evangelion cake than on the Evangelion dinner plate! Modelled again after Lillith, the second angel, this plate is carefully hand-painted and moulded to the exact details of the fallen angel if it were also a giant dinner plate. Also includes a Lance of Longinus-theme fork and knife set. Hand-wash only.
you: takes your girl out to chuckey cheese
me: takes my girl to a lake free of light pollution. we stare up and count the stars. we lose track many times but what matters is that we are together, at the lake free of light pollution, counting stars, losing track of them while you are at chuckey cheese
this must be one of those strange times in life, when things are changing so fast, it’s so damn scary because I feel like I’m turning into someone else. but I realized I still love to draw that same wistful expression from back then. now is probably the right time to do something a little bit crazy before I walk out of this strange limbo. some friends are planning to do a zine sometime before the end of this year and I’m in the project as well. I’m thinking of doing another zine of my own. hopefully I have enough nerve to pull it off.
Portrait of a ballerina A.D. Danilova in costume for the ballet Armida’s Pavilion - Zinaida Serebriakova
Artist: Louis Comfort Tiffany, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company (1892-1902)
Time Period: 1900
Medium: Favrile glass
Location: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
me: wow this is fucked up
vagina: idk it’s kinda hot :|
me: vagina no
vagina: ( ͡ ° ͜ʖ ͡° )
tried a color scheme and soft painting that I never really used, It was hard to adjust but it was really fun!